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May 10, 2016, 16:06 PM
The good news is that you really don’t have to run out and buy a UHD TV just yet, but you will want to buy a TV that can display HDR finishing. HDR, an acronym for High Dynamic Range is a process used in post production that delivers a very drastic, visible difference in image quality.#4k#post production#filmmaking#trends#media trends#displays
June 14, 2015, 16:30 PM
Now that narrative content is being considered, VR post production eventually will become something more for editors to become familiar with.#editing#filmmaking#entertainment#cinematography#media trends#vr#virtual reality#e3
July 28, 2014, 12:25 PM
At least three different editors in various locations on the planet were able to do their editing tasks using DaVinci Resolve 11 via a shared hierarchy. Adjustments could be made from any workstation through a MacMini server that connected all the users, and the resulting metadata transferred via cat 7 Ethernet to everyone involved.#editing#color grading#davinci resolve#post production#hardware#tech#media trends#6k dragon#lumaforge
February 5, 2014, 09:37 AM
Tech geeks love it. Cinematographers embrace it. Television manufacturers and Internet delivery systems promote it. Post houses try to ignore it. American broadcasters reject it. Studios well, um, will always find a way to profit from it before it becomes commonplace. Like the motion picture business, the content production process, and the way we receive content is changing. In addition, our viewing habits are changing as well.#editing#4k#post production#uhd#ultra hd#media trends#ultra high definition
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