For the past 13 years, on a Saturday in mid-autumn, the AES Atlanta Section has held their workshop for students.
A few years ago, the thought of running a TV channel’s infrastructure on a public cloud was considered abhorrent to many broadcasters.
A big misconception in our industry is that daytime exteriors are the easiest time to shoot because of the amount of available light.
When voice search launched on personal devices, the feature was touted as a “personalized” search engine.
If computers in an open network talk freely with one another and two computers start talking at the same time, you have a “data collision.”
For some time we’ve thought mainly about how file-based storage is used to contain unstructured data; i.e., those files relative to moving (video) or static (photographic) images.
The growing medium of virtual reality requires a rethink of how to view storage. VFX houses are paving the way, says Dave Frederick, senior director of media & entertainment at Quantum.
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