Russ Fairley - October 15th, 2014
Panasonic has announced the immediate availability of their highly anticipated PL-mount Varicam 35 4K camera module, the high-speed Varicam HS camera module and the recording module for both.
Russ Fairley - October 14th, 2014
BombBomb.com is taking the task of sending embedded video in emails and simplifying it, employing robust features and technologies to make the process simple while maintaining high performance and a great set of analytics tools.
Russ Fairley - October 13th, 2014
Rampant Design Tools this week released Monster Toolkit, the latest in a long line of dynamic drag and drop visual effects kits and tools. The toolkit contains scores of horror elements designed to help filmmakers release their inner George Romero.
Russ Fairley - October 10th, 2014
Robotics startup, DreamQii, has reached initial goals for the Indiegogo-funded PlexiDrone, their innovative aerial camera system. The success of their campaign ensures that the modular flyer will land in the living rooms of first-round backers early in 2015.
Russ Fairley - October 09th, 2014
Fujifilm yesterday released a video showing off the process of building an XF lens from start to finish.
nlajeune - October 07th, 2014
The lobby of my apartment building is more suitable to standing around reading the mail than it is for working as a 4-camera capable, multimedia video studio outputting network-style content. But that’s what is about to happen, courtesy of NewTek’s Tricaster Mini.
Russ Fairley - October 06th, 2014
Adobe’s annual conference, Adobe MAX, always brings about a raft of new features for their Creative Cloud offerings, along with some sneak peeks of things to come. This year is no different.
Russ Fairley - October 03rd, 2014
Blackmagic Design this week released a free update to their ATEM switcher software, which includes an innovative new copy and paste function that allows color correction settings to be copied across multiple camera controllers, either individually or to all cameras without affecting iris, focus, coarse and pedestal settings.
Russ Fairley - October 02nd, 2014
Keying and compositing. The act of removing and replacing portions of a shot to put together something new. For most of us, most of the time, this means keying out a green or blue screen (or any other solid color, for that matter) and placing the subject - usually a person rambling about something that makes little sense to us - over top of a different background.
Russ Fairley - October 01st, 2014
Imagineer Systems, makers of planar tracking powerhouse Mocha, has brought back their popular Mocha Halloween Video Contest. Participants must get creative and develop a short film using Mocha to compete for awesome prizes.