Post & VFX

For a post production industry that suddenly has to manipulate and process images 70x what they were a scant couple of decades ago, the problems that the forthcoming massive leap in resolution about to engulf us brings are probably greater than most. Luckily, cloud technology will be there to provide the horsepower to cope.
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With the grand aim of building “a close alliance to promote both artistic pre-eminence and scientific achievement in the creative art of colour”, CSI made its debut at this year’s IBC Colorist Mixer.
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Once a Sony property, it seems Vegas is still in good hands, if Magix's first iteration (version 14) of the NLE is any indication.
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14 Sep 2016

Avid was Everywhere at IBC

by Published in Post & VFX
Avid used Amsterdam to showcase its Avid Everywhere platform, with an array of new technologies and products, as well as new partners.
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Blackmagic Design has posted Fusion 8.2 to the web for download, the latest update to its VFX and motion graphics application which introduces full Linux support to the platform for the first time.
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Opinion: Ned Soltz on the significance of Adobe’s IBC news and how it’s both leading in some areas and knows it has to play catch-up in others.
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There’s a new powerhouse in VFX tools to rival The Foundry as Boris FX announces it has bought fellow plug-in developer GenArts.
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In this Sponsored Article, Seth Buncher, Finishing Editor for Post Factory NY, discusses how the tools in Boris Continuum Complete "saved [his] bacon" while working on ESPN's O.J.: Made in America.
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Adobe’s IBC 2016 announcements revolve around enhancements to its Creative Cloud suite of video applications and the introduction of Team Projects, as well as some interesting enhancements to its ad insertion service.
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New developments in storage are seeing the line between deep archive and nearline blurring, with some interesting repercussions for production.
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Here's something you shouldn't miss at IBC: How to share a Thunderbolt connection, courtesy of Accusys.
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