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IQS announces partnership with the Yext Network Industrial Quick Search, Inc. and IQSDirectory have entered into a partnership agreement with YEXT which will let IQS efficiently manage your major online listings using the Yext platform. Yext provides an interface with over 100 directory publishers that allows immediate listings and updates to all properties. ...Read More »
Behind-the-Scenes on the Portland Indie Feature "Pretty Broken" When her father goes missing during a mountaineering expedition, Lindsey Lou (Jillian Clare) sets out to find him - only, she's the least qualified candidate to do so. "Pretty Broken" follows Lindsey's journey as she struggles with the loss of her father, and deals with how life and family can be challenging (and funny). Directed by Brett Eichenberger, the film recently premiered at Newport Beach Film Festival. ...Read More »
Open Media Foundation Helps Denver Open Media While Open Media Foundation (OMF) regularly juggles a number of projects, they all encompass the same mission of putting the power of media into the hands of the people. The Denver, CO-based media and technology nonprofit organization is dedicated to enabling everyone to engage in their community, empowering underserved and underrepresented communities through media and technology. ...Read More »
Avoiding Footage Loss - Tactics for Storing and Recovering Data Months of planning and work can go into a filmmaking scene. There's the set design, lighting, location scouting, and many other facets that all need to work in concert to pull off a great shoot. With all of the care and attention put into the production, there should be more directed towards the actual product. If the footage data is damaged, corrupted, or incomplete, then all of the efforts going into a shoot were wasted. High-end cameras are not foolproof, and occasionally errors occur that disrupt the data. And people are certainly not foolproof, as they sometimes make unwise decisions about storing and protecting data. Thankfully, there are some best practices production teams and filmmakers can follow to best protect valuable footage. ...Read More »
3 Reasons Why You Need to Embrace AR in Your Workflow The year 2017 marked a new development in my work as the mobile team manager at Vectorworks, Inc. - one that perfectly aligned with a new trend in the AEC industries. Apple just introduced its ARKit to complement the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X models. This platform allowed developers to create Augmented Reality (AR) applications that integrated live images from a device's camera with dynamic 3D models developed by the user. ...Read More »
How Artificial Intelligence Is Projected To Influence The Automotive Industry Artificial intelligence and data science are two main technologies that forms the processes of the automotive. Since 2017, Udacity selected a group of 18 talented engineers (out of hundreds of applicants) to form the Self-Racing Cars team Udacity offer the first self-driving Nanodegree program. The program was Built in partnership with Uber, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Nvidia. After a huge success, Udacity introduced another Nanodegree program for the beginners. At last, MIT and university introduced their courses in the automotive industry. ...Read More »
NAB's future imagination By Ko Maruyama Andy Marken summarizes some of the ideas from this year's NAB, including what some are predicting for film and television into 2021. While there are certainly hurdles for how producers will get there, visual consumption is definitely rising ...Read More »
REVision FX's new tools By Ko Maruyama 360 video production is quickly becoming part of your post production workflow, but there may be tools that you rely on in your 2D pipeline which weren't available until now. REVision FX has made both Twixtor and RSMB support 360 footage. RealSmart Motion Blur is a favorite in many pipelines, and now can be part of your 360 compositing as well. ...Read More »
Lumaforge presents... By Ko Maruyama LUMAFORGE PRESENTS: FASTER, TOGETHER - LIVE @ NAB 2018 ...Read More »
MuxLab unveils Triple Display at NAB By Ko Maruyama MuxLab unveils its new HDMI/3G-SDI Triple Display (model 500840) at NAB this year. This rack-mount solution takes up two spaces on a standard 19-inch rack and can support three five-inch TFT LCD displays. The ability to view three screens at a time makes it easy for broadcasters to see and measure video performance from remote cameras and other video feeds while saving a significant amount of space. Multiple types of displays are supported including 3G-SDI, 1080p HDMI and composite video with audio. ...Read More »
BORIS FX showcase at NAB By Ko Maruyama BORISFX has announced some great news for NAB. With the NABShow just around the corner, it is exciting to see what video effects companies are offering artists this spring. Also at NABShow, attendees get an opportunity to see professional skills showcased and shared throughout the hall. ...Read More »
Anthropics Technology launches PortraitPro 17 with new features By Ko Maruyama Whether you're a professional photographer or just want to elevate the look of your portrait shots, Portrait Pro from Anthropics just released version 17. The new version comes with several features that make it phenomenally easy to modify your background, subject, or composition with a few sliders. ...Read More »
Student Filmmakers Tackle the All American High School Film Festival with Blackmagic Design Founded in 2013, the All American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) has quickly become the world's largest high school film festival. Receiving nearly 5,000 films representing 48 states and more than 40 countries, the festival gives a voice to those that have found their passion for filmmaking early. Packed with screenings, workshops, an Interactive Technology Showcase, award show and more, the festival brings together student filmmakers who want to showcase their films and learn from each other, as well as experts in the field. ...Read More »
PixelSquid Assets' New Price By Ko Maruyama PixelSquid is changing its subscription model, but in a good way. While it may be true that the price per month is going up, the customizable library of options has gone up as well. For an increase of $5/month over the current subscription cost, new users are coming to PixelSquid with about 4x the options to place 3D objects in their comps. Even better - - if you're already an active subscriber, there's no price change - - and you know about the regularly growing library options. (* if you're new, you can get in on the old price before the change(below)). ...Read More »
Trick or Treat: Trick Digital Tackles Visual Effects for "Jeepers Creepers III" with Fusion Studio The chills continue in "Jeepers Creepers III," the latest film in the "Jeepers Creepers" franchise. The Creeper was first introduced to audiences in 2001 when it terrorized siblings Trish and Darry Jenner. It then returned to the big screen in 2003 when it attacked a school bus full of high school basketball players and cheerleaders. Now in the third installment, "Jeepers Creepers III" shows what happened in the days between the first two movies when the Creeper was still hunting for victims. Adam Clark of Trick Digital was the film's visual effects (VFX) supervisor who was tasked with bringing the Creeper to life in the new film. ...Read More »
Road to Olympics By Miles Weston This is the third in the series of documenting the U.S. Olympic Trials covering figure skating competition. Follow your favorites at this year's XXIII Olympic Winter Games. ...Read More »
Alpine Skiing By Miles Weston This is the second in the series of documenting the U.S. Olympic Trials covering figure skating and media day. Follow your favorites at this year's XXIII Olympic Winter Games. ...Read More »
Z CAM & ASSIMILATE Announce Integrated S1 VR Camera and SCRATCH VR Z Bundle for Professionals, Now at $3999 The Z CAM S1/SCRATCH VR Z Bundle - from image acquisition with Z CAM's S1 Professional VR Camera, and stitching with its WonderStitch software, through to a streamlined VR post-production workflow with ASSIMILATE's real-time SCRATCH VR Z tools. With this ease of use and increased productivity, content creators benefit with the ability to focus on their creativity and storytelling rather than wrangling the complexities of technology. ...Read More »
OWC Announces New ThunderBay 4 with Thunderbolt 3 OWC is introducing their fastest ThunderBay yet. Thunderbolt 3 speeds up this highly-acclaimed product line, with speeds up to twice as fast as the original. This new version will continue to provide the performance the pros rely on to create workflows without limitations and meet the demands of the most complex projects. ...Read More »
OWC Presents the Eagerly Awaited ThunderBlade V4 OWC is pleased to announce the release of the ThunderBlade V4, the fastest external drive the company has ever offered. Ultra resilient and completely silent, the ThunderBlade V4 is, in fact, the fastest external drive on the market today. Debuting at CES in Las Vegas, the ThunderBlade V4 is the ultimate working drive for media professionals. The ThunderBlade V4 is designed to be rugged and dependable as well as blazing fast, and is equally at home on the road, on set, or in the edit suite. Capable of speeds up to 2800MB/s Read and 2450MB/s Write, it is the fastest external drive ever built, the perfect solution for digital ingest and other high-tech applications. ...Read More »
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