• Waking up the workflow [sponsored] Wednesday 28 Jun 2017 Waking up the workflow [sponsored]
    Workflows are right at the centre of modern digital production. No two workflows are the same, but the efficiency of this chain of tasks and actions can seriously affect the success of a production. Read more...

Recent Articles

  • Coupling the GH5 with a Ninja Inferno Wednesday 28 Jun 2017 Coupling the GH5 with a Ninja Inferno
    The Panasonic GH5 combined with the Atomos Ninja Inferno is an interesting combination for budget-conscious indie filmmakers.
  • JMR unveils three new SiloStor PCI Express SSD cards Wednesday 28 Jun 2017 JMR unveils three new SiloStor PCI Express SSD cards
    JMR, based in Chatsworth, California has announced three new SiloStor PCI Express SSD cards billed as ideal for computer-intensive workflows, ie anything to do with video.
  • Looks like RED is up to something *really* big Tuesday 27 Jun 2017 Looks like RED is up to something *really* big
    RED has always been a company that likes to play its marketing cards close to its chest, but it's latest announcement has unleashed a greater than normal torrent of speculation. Why? Because this mysterious post to the RED User forum came from none other than Jim Jannard himself.
  • Why reviews can only give you part of the story Tuesday 27 Jun 2017 Why reviews can only give you part of the story
    It doesn't stop us trying, but there are several factors that conspire to ensure that any review of a new product is inevitably going to be incomplete.
  • Six VFX Editing tips to keep your project organised Tuesday 27 Jun 2017 Six VFX Editing tips to keep your project organised
    Whether it's working with a couple of shots or hundreds, the key to successfully incorporating VFX work into projects lies in ruthless organisation. From naming conventions to working with dailies, Arthur Ditner offers some hard-won advice.

Editor's Pick

  • RedShark Awards winners for NAB 2017 Saturday 29 Apr 2017 RedShark Awards winners for NAB 2017
    Here are the winners of the RedShark awards for NAB 2017. Before we dive into the results, I’d like to thank everyone who wrote to us to nominate their products. Not everyone can win because there’s a finite number of awards, and to win one calls for something exceptional. And these winners are all exceptional.

Post & VFX

  • Waking up the workflow [sponsored] Wednesday 28 Jun 2017 Waking up the workflow [sponsored]
    Workflows are right at the centre of modern digital production. No two workflows are the same, but the efficiency of this chain of tasks and actions can seriously affect the success of a production.

Business

  • Can we have content that is both user-generated and high-end? Sunday 25 Jun 2017 Can we have content that is both user-generated and high-end?
    All the funding models for high-end content that we’re accustomed to having either melted away under the Netflix onslaught or are under extreme pressure. How do we make sure that there are still projects we want to work on? ...

Production

Technology & Computing

  • When NASA calls a camera revolutionary, it really means it Saturday 24 Jun 2017 When NASA calls a camera revolutionary, it really means it
    RedShark Replay: This image is from a recent test of NASA’s QM-2 rocket motor, set to be the most powerful in the world when it debuts in 2018, and it is the first outing of the Space Agency’s equally impressive new High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) camera.

Studio & Broadcast

  • HDR: de-confusing the standards Wednesday 8 Mar 2017 HDR: de-confusing the standards
    For a new technology that looks set to be deployed without any damaging format wars, there is still plenty of confusion regarding HDR standards and what you should be looking for when thinking of purchasing a new TV set. Here’s the information you need.

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