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  • Dell Announces New Precision Tower and Rack Workstations

    Dell Precision Workstation - Family Photo

    Dell this week announced the imminent arrival of new members of the Precision series of workstations. Three new tower models - the 5810, 7810 and top-of-the-line 7910 - as well as a rack version of the 7910 are landing in power-hungry production offices as of September 9, 2014.

  • Disney Research Makes Automatic Editing A Reality

    Disney Research Makes Automatic Editing A Reality

    While many of us scramble to shoot, compile, edit and finish the perfect masterpiece, the folks at Disney Research are planning to present an algorithm at SIGGRAPH 2014 which can take the job of editing multiple shots and choosing the most interesting angles right out of editor’s hands.

  • Updated Davinci Resolve 11 Now Shipping

    Updated Davinci Resolve 11 Now Shipping

    Blackmagic Design today announced the release of DaVinci Resolve 11, the latest iteration of the award winning color correction and grading application. With this major release of DaVinci Resolve, Blackmagic Design has introduced a massive new feature set, including nonlinear editing features, a new ColorMatch color balancing tool for matching footage up, new photographer friendly color correction tools, as well as on set media management tools.


    Story & Heart - Story-based footage platform

    Portland, Oregon-based film studio, Stillmotion, today launched Story & Heart, the world’s first story-based footage licensing platform. Building on their production company’s philosophy of storytelling over anything else, Story & Heart takes the vision of Stillmotion to another level.

  • Sony Announces 4K-Ready PXW-X70 XDCAM Professional Camcorder

    Sony 4K Ready PXW-X70 XDCAM Professional Camcorder

    With the first compact entry into their professional XDCAM lineup of cameras, Sony has announced the 4K-ready PXW-X70 XDCAM Professional Camcorder. The PXW-X70 takes many of the features of the industry-standard XDCAM lineup and adds the cinematic benefits of a large 1” sensor.