The technological revolution has created great opportunities for new film-makers everywhere, but has in its wake created a new challenge: where are we going to put all this stuff? Peter J Haas investigates An Affordable Middle Ground To Preserving Your Film’s Digital Assets.
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Here we introduce SteadXP, a potentially revolutionary camera stabilisation system that records metadata during shooting to accurately steady your video in post. And the best part: it can be used on any camera!
The sci-fi short Abiogenesis tells a simple yet moving story in impressive visuals inspired by NASA's Mars Rover, made by one of its former animators.
The new Firmware v3.10.100 for the Odyssey7 and Odyssey7Q does the classic update job of adding features, improving current functions and fixing some previous issues.
Funded by French national research institution INRIA the development of the open source node-based compositing application is receiving strong support from CG artists, building an enthusiastic group of followers and contributors.
In this precision-made music video, aerial drones play a crucial part. But even understanding how these work, there's some mind-blowing co-ordination and precision in this clip
RedShark Technical Editor Phil Rhodes lifts the veil on Dolby Vision, a revolutionary high dynamic range display system that could change how films are made and shown.