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Too much Technology?

Published in Technology & Computing

We love technology at RedShark. It's changing at an ever-increasing rate But not everyone, including our own Phil Rhodes, agrees 100% with us!

New technology from video encoding experts Beamr claims to be able to out-perform the new H.265 format by merely encoding H.264 better.  Their video optimisation apparently reduces the bitrate of video streams by up to four times, while retaining their resolution, quality, and - most importantly - their industry-standard H.264 format. It works on all frame-sizes up to and including 4K

Blackmagic release low cost Studio Cameras!

Published in Production

Analysis: Blackmagic has designed what looks like an incredibly versatile and credible-looking studio camera.

Video: Blackmagic's NAB news conference

Published in Business

At NAB 2013, Blackmagic pretty much stole the show with their camera and 4K announcements. Here's a video of the whole press conference

Sony's announcement of its New F cameras is undoubtedly going to further ramp up the speed of the 4k bandwagon, but the live production that will really drive it into the world's living rooms is still a way off according to Andy Stout.

Expect up to 20 new 4K cameras to hit the market before NAB, says Atomos Chief Executive

More clues about an Apple TV

Published in Business

Imagination Technologies has decided to commit it is PowerVR Series5 encoder and decoder processor family to HEVC. “So what?” you may ask. Well, there are a couple of interesting details about all this…The picture is a clue.

Matrox 4K Mojito shipping + other Matrox IBC announcements

Published in Post & VFX

Matrox has announced their Mojito 4K quad 3G-SDI is now shipping. It’s a Windows-based card that works well with Adobe’s Creative Cloud, for monitoring your 4K editing, along with output, all in real-time

Have a look at this lovely time-lapse filmed in Iceland recently. One of the most unspoiled and spectacular landscapes on Earth, Iceland is a dream for filmmakers

Where next for Canon's Cinema Cameras?

Published in Technology & Computing

 In the midst of rumours about Canon's Cinema Camera range, Phil Rhodes looks at the problems posed by updating your camera range too soon.

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