In anticipation of IBC — in Amsterdam September 9th through 13th — Adobe this week announced updates to their video production, motion graphics and animation apps, with specific enhancements to Creative Cloud’s virtual reality and 3D capabilities.
Following last year’s release of the Zoom F8, Zoom North America today announced their newest multitrack field recorder, the Zoom F4. This 6-input/8-track field recorder includes four low-noise mic preamps and promises high-quality audio recording at a price-point more accessible to the independent filmmaker or videographer.
Over the past few years, curved screens have infiltrated both edit bays and living rooms around the world, and today at IFA Berlin 2016, Acer took the concept one step further with their introduction of the first mobile workstation to feature a curved screen — the Acer Predator 21X.
360-degree panoramic video is a new and exciting way to capture the world around you. New cameras can record all 360 degrees of a scene simultaneously with full-motion video. This footage can then be viewed on a computer or on mobile devices smartphones or tablets, where the viewer is able to alter the view by panning and rotating the device.
Today, Pinnacle announces the release of Pinnacle Studio 20, the latest version of the consumer editing software. The new update brings spherical video editing capabilities, new tracking features, stop motion camera support and HEVC support to the Pinnacle toolset while also improving and expanding on existing features and offerings.
The BBC created a buzz last week with the announcement of an innovative scheme to cover the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On Friday, in anticipation of the Opening Ceremony, the BBC launched their new BBC Sport 360 service, which will provide viewers with access to live spherical coverage of select events, complementing their more traditional comprehensive live coverage.