In this year’s annual “State of the Edit” survey, I asked representatives of most of the major NLE’s about today’s challenges facing editors and the post production community.
All of the technological advances in digital video creation eventually find their way into the edit suite.
Although 4K monitors will blossom all over the Las Vegas Convention Center, at the 2015 NAB Show, it’s as much about the quality of pixels as the amount of pixels.
Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1 was the most-watched, live event in the history of U.S. sports television with a record overnight rating of 49.7, up 4 percent over last year’s game.
Rarely do I run into as enthusiastic a cadre of editors than those who have chosen to adopt Sony Creative Software’s Vegas Pro as their mainstream NLE.
Editors rejoice. Every year the Creative Arts Awards given out by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences heralds the greatest achievement in our craft.
Toward the beginning of “Honolulu” when Rodrigues was joshing with Waters about doing another whiskey shot and we heard his voice say, “Laugh with me.
Like a baseball catcher facing a knuckle-ball pitcher, edit systems have to be ready to handle anything that gets thrown at them.
“We are working on eight television shows right now including ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ ‘Perception,’ and ‘Cougar Town,’ among others, but none of those clients have requested 4K masters.”
Like all roads leading to Rome, every technology path on display at the 2014 NAB Show eventually ends up in editing and post production.
New display technologies will make the monitors making their debut at the NAB Show as exciting as the revolutionary production systems used to create the content needed to fill them.
The NFL predicted that Super Bowl XVLIII would be a showcase for the best offensive and the best defensive players of the league.
Proclaiming “3D Is Dead!” has become a popular parlor game among broadcast and film industry pundits; so let me commit professional heresy by replying “Poppycock and Balderdash!”
According to Greek mythology Sisyphus, King of Ephyra, being punished for being deceitful, was forced to repeatedly push an immense boulder up a hill only to have it roll back down.
Last month we looked at three NLEs that can tackle a 4K workflow... This month and next we’ll look at a spectrum of other edit systems valiantly climbing the 4K summit.
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