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Radio mics: the current state of the art

Published in Audio

A comprehensive survey of the current field of radio mics, with a detailed primer on recent tech developments and specific options for your next setup. By Phil Ward.

Can you buy a complete computer system off-the-shelf (or online) that keeps up with modern 4K video editing requirements? H. Paul Moon reckons you can.

With recent entrants to its family of Vengeance DDR4 kits, it might be time to feed your workstation some Corsair memory. By Leo Waldock.

Star Wars: The remarkable quest to restore the original film

Published in Business

A fan-led effort has worked to restore the original Star Wars trilogy to its unaltered glory, but how long will we have to wait for an official re-release? By Joe Foster.

BCC 10: new plug-ins from Boris FX [sponsored article]

Published in Post & VFX

Boris FX’ Continuum Complete 10 is not only the biggest release from the company yet, but also the first joint development since its merger with Imagineer Systems. Guest author, Ross Shain, details what’s new.

How to break into filmmaking

Published in Business

How do you become a good filmmaker? How do you make movies that people actually watch and earn a living from it at the same time. Don Starnes has some advice.

You’ve spent hundreds or even thousands of dollars on an action cam and now you’ve got a gazillion hours of video, much of it that has problems. Mark Gibbs shows you how to fix some of the most common horrors.

RedShark Review: DJI Phantom 3 Standard Drone

Published in Production

For those who are hoping Santa can have a slightly fuller sack than normal, George Krieger reviews the DJI Phantom 3 Standard, an entry-level drone with some pro features.

Will virtual reality ever look really real?

Published in VR & AR

Can a recording of actual or computer generated subjects ever appear as realistic as how they would appear if they were actually in front of us? Gary Hango charts the challenges.

The camera that caught the Kennedy assassination

Published in Production

On November 22nd 1963, a historic and tragic event took place. The American President, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. This is the story of the camera that caught that historic, terrible moment.

It's been a long time coming, but now we finally have a 'pro' iOS device is it really all that we'd hoped for? K Stewart has been living with one and finds it an important step to something that could be truly great.

The evolution of editing: where will it go next?

Published in Post & VFX

[Sponsored Article] It's beginning to look like the future of video editing is already here. By Forscene's Neil Roberts.

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