Ned Soltz

Ned Soltz

Ned Soltz is Redshark’s East Coast Editor and a veteran shooter, editor, consultant, author and industry expert. He is a frequent contributor to TVTechnology Magazine as well numerous print publications, websites podcasts. Ned was among the founders of the LA Final Cut Pro User Group (now LA Creative Pro User Group) and is currently president of the New York City user group Mopictive NYC.

Blackmagic Design demonstrates that crime doesn't pay

Published in Post & VFX

Users accidentally revealed themselves as users of pirated copies of DaVinci Resolve Studio as Blackmagic Design freezes them out of the software with the latest update.

DJI's new gimbal camera fits into your pocket!

Published in Production

DJI has announced the Osmo Pocket, a US gimbal/camera combo that is only 4” high, shoots 4K 60p video at 100 Mbps, and boasts a full range of features plus optional accessories.

Sony has just announced it's new compact camera, and it features a rather useful zoom range.

Adobe officially debuts Premiere Rush CC

Published in Post & VFX

After months of previews of Adobe’s device independent and cloud based acquisition/production platform codenamed Project Rush, Adobe has finally announced the product at the beginning of the Adobe Max conference.

What can we expect from Boris FX in 2019?

Published in Post & VFX

Amidst all of the product introductions and technology previews at IBC 2018, don’t overlook the 2019 roadmap revealed by BorisFX. And, like the 2019 model year automobiles, the new releases will be available in the fall of 2018.

Adobe never disappoints with announcements of enhancements timed around major trade events. So, if IBC is about to begin, then it must be time to hear from Adobe. 

The drone world has just been dealt another game changer in the form of DJI's new Hasselblad equipped Mavic Pro 2. And yes you did read that correctly!

Resolve 15 edges closer to release with Public Beta 8

Published in Post & VFX

DaVinci Resolve 15 moves closer to a final release version with postings of public beta 7 followed less than two weeks later by public beta 8.

Fast video sharing is all the rage right now, both for individuals and businesses. Adobe's new Project Rush is a cross-device video editing app that promises to make the fast creation and sharing of high quality video to social media on the move a breeze.

Sony has done it again with another new bombshell in the form of the , a seemingly vastly improved version of an already very capable little camera.

Decent eGPU support in MacOS has been long in coming. But now it is here, what sort of performance increases can we expect in real world usage, and is it worth the hardware upgrade price?

Telestream’s Wirecast 9 has new pricing plan

Published in Production

Telestream’s live streaming and production software Wirecast has a new upgrade and a new pricing plan.

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