Full service post facility upgrades QC workflow to include automated QC processes and specialized quality control features such as PSE standards compliance for Sky One and Viacom
Blackmagic Design today announced that the thriller “My Daughter Was Stolen” used a variety of its gear throughout production and post, including URSA Mini Pro, URSA Mini 4.6K and Pocket Cinema Camera digital film cameras, DaVinci Resolve 14 Studio for color grading, editing and sound design and Fusion 9 Studio for visual effects (VFX).
In yet another series of industry firsts, OWNZONES Media Network, the OTT EntTech company, is leading the charge to revolutionize cloud-based distribution of content by consistently introducing cost and time saving measures for its clients. In the world of digital distribution, the biggest challenge for studios and rights holders is prepping content to comply with today’s digital format distribution standards. Until now, sending the content to such platforms as Netflix, Amazon and Hulu has been extremely inefficient and incredibly costly. Taking a disruptive stance, OWNZONES has now cracked the code by unveiling ProRes IMF support to its Post Production suite of features in the cloud for IMF (Interoperable Master Format).
Blackmagic Design today announced that Editor Alan Edward Bell used its visual effects (VFX) and motion graphics software, Fusion 9 Studio, while editing the film “Red Sparrow.”
As usual, almost everything seen in the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center during NAB Show 2017 is grist for the editing mill, and the progenitors of post production are keeping pace with the advancing evolution of our digital content creation technology.
As a director and cinematographer, I’ve worked on numerous feature film, television, documentaries, live events and commercials throughout my career.
A collaboration between Canadian-based Grass Valley and Australian-based Fairlight has resulted in hardware control surfaces that reportedly brings tactile control to Grass Valley’s Edius 8.1 video editing software.
Practice makes perfect, and the Ohio regional PBS television series recently announced an offer to let more people practice their editing skills.