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There's a big rush towards repurposing Content for 4K

Published in Post & VFX

Think repurposing video content is the same as upscaling it? Think again. We explain the difference and what it means for 4K.

Preparing to shoot RAW

Published in Post & VFX

Peter J. Haas outlines how to go about planning a shoot that utilizes RAW image capture, including a file size comparison between DSLR formats and CinemaDNG , a discussion of shooting ratios and how this translates into storage requirements for a secure post-production environment

Sony's 4K TVs are upgradable to HDMI 2.0

Published in Technology & Computing

Sony's 4K TVs have been a stunning commercial success, but until now, buyers have been concerned that they might be saddled with an obsolete HDMI connection that can't handle 4K properly

Remastering the past for the 4K future

Published in Production

Once a year, TV executives the world over gather in Cannes to sell programmes to each other at MIPCom. As a show, it was always been far more about Champagne, oysters and the French Riviera than it has about broadcast technology, but that was before the world’s broadcasters realised they were sitting on SD libraries in an increasingly HD and now 4K world.

More news on Sony's plans for 4K delivery

Published in Studio & Broadcast

Sony's plans for 4K delivery are slowly becoming clearer. Palo Alto-based Eye IO announced on 30th May that their encoding technology will be used by Sony to deliver 4K content to their $4K media player, which will be launched this summer

An incredible hack means you can output 4K from a lowly 2011 Macbook Air

12G SDI. It's SDI, but for 4K

Published in Technology & Computing

Watching glorious, detailed, pristine 4K images is one thing, but how do you get them to your screen? What is - or is going to be - the standard way for moving 4K around?

The Utah landscape obviously helps to make a jaw-dropping film, but you also need some clever flying kit, and some piloting skills. And the fact that you can now capture it all in 4K makes it more than worthwhile

G-Technology announces 8-bay 64TB Thunderbolt 2 RAID

Published in Post & VFX

IBC 2014 is kicking off in a big way, with G-Technology's announcement of an 8-bay Thunderbolt 2 storage solution with up to 64TB capacity!

There are so many arguments for and against 4K that it's difficult for consumers — and even producers — of 4K content to come to a consensus. I think there is a bottom line here, which I'll mention in a minute, but meanwhile, I want to show you a couple of opposing arguments

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