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  • Red Giant unleashes Universe 2.0 Thursday 30 Jun 2016 Red Giant unleashes Universe 2.0
    Red Giant has updated its subscription suite of GPU-accelerated effects and transitions, with a particular emphasis on motion graphics.
  • Autodesk to offer Industry Collections Wednesday 29 Jun 2016 Autodesk to offer Industry Collections
    Autodesk plans to offer many of its more popular programs bundled in three different cost-saving collections, with each one aimed at a different industry — one will be for media and entertainment. By Keith Fraissinet ...
  • The modern version of offline and online Wednesday 29 Jun 2016 The modern version of offline and online
    Remember tape-based workflows and how you would first take a project into offline first before hitting the uber-expensive online suite? Craig Marshall does and that process is still reflected in the way he works today.
  • RedShark Review: Tangent Ripple Control Surface Wednesday 29 Jun 2016 RedShark Review: Tangent Ripple Control Surface
    Here's an early peek at the Tangent Ripple control surface, which offers some of the functionality of the company's more upscale products at a fraction of the price.
  • Panasonic releases new AG-AC30 handheld Tuesday 28 Jun 2016 Panasonic releases new AG-AC30 handheld
    Panasonic’s latest handheld bills itself as a semipro shooter for business use with some superb low light characteristics. It has a few other tricks up its sleeve too.

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  • What is the state of production technology in 2016? Tuesday 5 Jan 2016 What is the state of production technology in 2016?
    Great cameras, improving LEDs, but still gaps in the lens market and stagnating workstations: Phil Rhodes takes a look back at the last year's developments in production technology and where they might lead in 2016.

Post & VFX

  • Unity pushes realtime rendering to the jaw-dropping limit Thursday 30 Jun 2016 Unity pushes realtime rendering to the jaw-dropping limit
    The Unity game engine has proved capable of some amazing visuals in the past, but nothing has quite prepared us for the realtime rendering it’s pulled off in the short film Adam, powered by nothing more than a GeForce GTX980 graphics card.

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  • Panasonic releases new AG-AC30 handheld Tuesday 28 Jun 2016 Panasonic releases new AG-AC30 handheld
    Panasonic’s latest handheld bills itself as a semipro shooter for business use with some superb low light characteristics. It has a few other tricks up its sleeve too.

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