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HP has unveiled revamped versions of its leading entry-level workstation and may have accidentally leaked some other rather exciting info. By Leo Waldock.

Why working for free is a bad idea

Published in Business

Been asked to provide your services for free lately? Andrew Johnstone on the insidious nature of The Culture of Free.

IBC in the rear view mirror

Published in Technology & Computing

Sponsored Article: Neil Roberts recaps IBC2015 and highlights Forscene's cloud-based editing solution for collaborative and remote workflows.

Will Apple's new iPad Pro be the ultimate tablet?

Published in Technology & Computing

As expected, Apple launched a new iPad Pro and a rethought, app-centric Apple TV at its September 9 event. There is some interesting devil in the detail though. K.Stewart reports.

Apple updates Final Cut Pro X: XAVC-L now supported

Published in Post & VFX

Ahead of its big September 9 event — more on that later — Apple has updated Final Cut Pro X to version 10.2.2, offering some new features and bug fixes alongside the headline grabbing XAVC-L support. By Daniel G. Roberts.

Cosmos Laundromat: New Open Movie by the Blender Institute

Published in Post & VFX

Blender releases another impressive 'Open Movie', with all work (including video editing) performed in the program. By Gottfried Hofmann.

The news about the shooting of TV journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward in the US state of Virginia yesterday was sickening. As Andrew Johnstone writes though, violence against journalists is a global issue.

Making the break into the big time

Published in Post & VFX

Daniel G. Roberts talks to VFX artist and indie film director David Guivant, a man whose stunning low budget works have propelled him from his native New Caledonia to the verge of some seriously big things.

Datavideo has a new switcher that may take the role of the vision mixer away from the set. By Richard Payne

Find out in a fully virtualised workflow on Forscene stand 8.B38e at IBC 2015.

DaVinci Resolve 12: Colour Tools for Editors

Published in Post & VFX

Eric Escobar looks at some of the new automatic colour grading tools in Resolve 12 that promise to usher in a whole new world of ‘editor-friendly’ grading...whether editors like it or not.

Is the end finally near for Final Cut Pro 7?

Published in Post & VFX

Four years after Apple pulled the plug,  Final Cut Pro 7 still plays an important role in the industry. But, with rumours that it will not run on the forthcoming El Capitan OS growing, how long can editors keep relying on it? By Andrew Johnstone.

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