Ultra high-definition (UHD) displays are everywhere, but UHD content, at least in this country, is limited to streaming sources such as Netflix, Amazon and other online services.
For starry-eyed pilgrims like this foot-sore columnist, the NAB Show is an endless spree of techno-splendor.
The spectrum of editing systems on display at the 2017 NAB Show reflected the changing demands of today’s post production.
“Stories are the glue that connects us all,” Avid Chairman and CEO Louis Hernandez Jr. told the assembled Avid Connect crowd in the Lafee conference room at the Wynn hotel.
For audiences, TV screens are a window on the world, but for attendees of NAB Show 2017, video monitors are a window on the latest display technology in our industry.
What better way to welcome the New Year than by taking stock of the state of post production with insights from representatives of some of the leading NLE manufacturers?
The FX Networks’ hit, “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” was one of the most successful cable shows ever produced, and the most-watched episodic in FX Networks’ history.
Virtual reality is upon us, and, like any other seachange technology in the world of entertainment communication, it’s ultimately going to be up to editors to figure out how to handle it.
As the Bard once said, “Displays the thing!” and at NAB Show 2016 monitors and displays provided windows into the souls of new technologies.
We used to say “fix it in post,” but with all the new power and flexibility of today’s edit systems it’s now more a question of “create it in post.”
All the changes that are in the air in our rapidly evolving media environment at the NAB Show will hit the fan, as it were, in editing and post production.
The new technological introductions at the NAB Show are like spokes of a wheel, all leading to post production and editing.
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