Erik Vlietinck

Erik Vlietinck

Based in Holland and Belgium, Erik Vlietinck is the publisher of the IT Enquirer, a pan-European online publication covering multimedia content production.

He also regularly creates online textual and video content for websites of companies across Europe and writes for Photoshop User and occasionally contributes to Post Magazine. Erik has been a freelance writer for over a dozen IT-magazines in Great-Britain, Holland and Belgium.

He has written product reports on editorial systems, superwide format UV-curing inkjets, Postscript RIPs and DAM systems. From 1998 to 2004 Erik wrote the Administrator Guides for DMPartners’ linguistic search engine for publishers and WoodWing Software’s Enterprise 7 cross-media publishing system.

Up to 1990, Erik served as a solicitor at the Antwerp Bar Association and a lecturer at Vlekho, a university located in Brussels, where he bored post-graduate students with IT contracts law.

Review: You want a tough storage system? Well here's one of the toughest we've found. The ioSafe Duo.

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First look: Avid's Pro Tools is an industry standard for very good reasons indeed. We take a look at the latest version. 

iZotope's Dialogue Match is "almost like magic"

Published in Audio

Review: Matching different sound sources and microphones used to be difficult. Until now.

Review: Power on the move is becoming more essential as our devices struggle to keep up with the demands placed on them. The Condor 100 from Powertraveller promises full weather protection and is so powerful it can charge an 80W laptop.

Review: Harsh environments are risky for electronic equipment which includes storage media. Many vendors certify their portable drives for submersion in 30cm deep water for 15 minutes, but what if you get to work in much more hazardous environments? The ioSafe Solo Hawk 1TB would appear to offer almost Black Box levels of protection!

If you need a microphone to record a soundscape that comes close to being in the environment in which the audio was recorded, you need some binaural microphones. And the DPA 4560 CORE system looks to be an excellent way to do it.

Filmmakers who want to capture authentic immersive audio for their projects should take a good look at the new 4560 CORE Binaural Headset Microphone from DPA Microphones.

The Loupedeck CT control surface has lots of potential

Published in Post & VFX

Review: Want a highly capable control surface that won't cost an arm and a leg? We take a look at Loupedeck's CT to see if it sounds too good to be true.

ScreenFlow 9 is now a fully fledged NLE

Published in Production

Review: ScreenFlow 9 was once a dedicated screen capture software. But with the release of version 9 it aims to fill a gap in the market for a versatile, yet very easy to use NLE for Vloggers.

We're always on the lookout for fast, portable storage, and this option from Plugable is one of the fastest we've tested.

GoPro Telemetry Extractor lets you do cool stuff

Published in Post & VFX

Review: Telemetry data in cameras could be very useful indeed. Most cameras cannot record this data, but there's one that can, and this app allows you to access it all.

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