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  • iZotope announces its newest mixing plug-in: Neutron Friday 30 Sep 2016 iZotope announces its newest mixing plug-in: Neutron
    The ever-active iZotope has just announced its new mixing plug-in, Neutron, which will be available from October 5 and features a couple of intriguing-sounding industry firsts.
  • How the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic drones will change the industry Friday 30 Sep 2016 How the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic drones will change the industry
    Analysis: The recent announcements of the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic foldable drones may not only cause the popularity of such aircraft to rise dramatically, but may lead to some thorny ethical issues and an even more problematic regulatory environment for the drone industry in the near future.
  • Low light photography continues to impress Thursday 29 Sep 2016 Low light photography continues to impress
    We’ve talked before about how stunning the footage from the new breed of low light cameras is, and we’ve just stumbled across another perfect example in a BBC documentary.
  • RED provides a masterclass in good customer service Thursday 29 Sep 2016 RED provides a masterclass in good customer service
    Opinion: Rakesh Malik details his long wait for a new Scarlet W and the impressive list of things, from loan cameras to direct interaction with its customers, that the company has been doing to try and sort it out.
  • The end of Apple Quicktime on Windows means problems for ProRes Thursday 29 Sep 2016 The end of Apple Quicktime on Windows means problems for ProRes
    Earlier this year, Apple discontinued support for Quicktime on Windows. This could rapidly become a problem for editors everywhere as, with its passing, they lose the ability to decode ProRes on the platform and the big vendors are all 'still working' on a solution.

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Post & VFX

  • 8K, the cloud, and the post production dilemma Tuesday 27 Sep 2016 8K, the cloud, and the post production dilemma
    For a post production industry that suddenly has to manipulate and process images 70x what they were a scant couple of decades ago, the problems that the forthcoming massive leap in resolution about to engulf us brings are probably greater than most. Luckily, cloud technology will be there to provide the horsepower to cope.

Business

  • How the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic drones will change the industry Friday 30 Sep 2016 How the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic drones will change the industry
    Analysis: The recent announcements of the GoPro Karma and DJI Mavic foldable drones may not only cause the popularity of such aircraft to rise dramatically, but may lead to some thorny ethical issues and an even more problematic regulatory environment for the drone industry in the near future.

Production

  • Low light photography continues to impress Thursday 29 Sep 2016 Low light photography continues to impress
    We’ve talked before about how stunning the footage from the new breed of low light cameras is, and we’ve just stumbled across another perfect example in a BBC documentary.

Technology & Computing

  • The best quality video you will ever see Friday 30 Sep 2016 The best quality video you will ever see
    It’s beginning to look like the future of video is not going to be linked to rectangular screens. While the technology that puts moving images onto screens (from mobile to massive) will continue to evolve, other, more diverse ways of viewing video are starting to emerge.  ...

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