VR Virtual Reality

Shinola’s Stereoscopic 360 Video Ft. Luke Wilson Shot by Reel FX

Justin McLaughlin from 360rize explains how the VR team at Reel FX had taken viewers on a 360-degree tour of Shinola’s factory. You don’t want to miss it here! Reel FX Shoots Shinola’s Stereoscopic 360 Video Tour ft. Luke Wilson The latest from the VR team at Reel FX takes viewers on a 360-degree tour of Read More

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By Courtney Wach, October 17, 2016

Production Hardware

5 Reasons Why You Need Lyric IP

Lyric IP is a real-time HD/SD 2D and 3D character and graphics generator specifically designed for theNewTek® TriCaster™ – the all-in-one, integrated live production system that offers the power of a live network studio. Now, users can leverage ChyronHego’s award-winning Lyric® PRO graphics application, which can include live, full-motion ChyronHego broadcast graphics, 3D animations and transitions. HERE ARE 5 REASONS Read More

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By Courtney Wach,


NewBlue’s Titler Live Broadcast now supports NewTek’s NDI

Loren Blake from The Broadcast Bridge discusses NewBlue’s Titler Live Broadcast software and how it supports NewTek’s NDI. Check it out here! NewBlue’s Titler Live Broadcast Uses NewTek’s NDI Beause NewBlue’s Titler Live Broadcast software is based on NDI for IP-based connectivity, it can talk to up to 16 devices from one computer. Now that NewBlue’s Read More

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By Courtney Wach,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

Editors Lounge Looks at Tech Trends

Editors Guild by Laura Almo On Friday evening, March 22, with spring in the air, the 10th anniversary edition of the Editors Lounge Pre-NAB Discussion Panel convened at Key Code Media in Burbank. Billed as an opportunity for attendees to learn the panelists’ opinions about business and technical trends in a swiftly changing post-production environment, Read More

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By Videoguys, April 4, 2013

4K, UHD and 3D

3D a proven failure, 4K unlikely to succeed – HBO

EOSHD by So what is the future of TV? Well there’s a very good chance it isn’t 3D or 4K, and that TV panel manufacturers are heading for even tougher times. HBO’s CTO (Chief Technology Officer) Bob Zitter is one of the most prominent TV industry figures to voice his belief that 3D and 4K are Read More

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By Videoguys, March 27, 2013

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Masterclass in Why HFR fails, and a reaffirmation of what makes cinema magical

By Vincent Laforet Peter Jackson, a terrifically talented film maker and pioneer of new cinema technology, has given the world of cinema a very important, and perhaps unintended, gift with his latest film “The Hobbit:  An Unexpected Journey”, as we wrap the year 2012. Tonight I went to see his latest film in all three flavors Read More

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By Videoguys, December 20, 2012

4K, UHD and 3D

The Hobbit & The Dawn of High Frame Rate Cinema

Creative COW by Debra Kaufman Sony Imageworks 3D supervisor Rob Engle saw a screening of The Hobbit in HFR (High Frame Rate) 3D just days before the U.S. premiere. “I was astounded by one scene in Bilbo’s home, early in the film,” he says. “It’s very intimate and at one point, I saw a dust Read More

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By Videoguys, December 10, 2012

4K, UHD and 3D, Production Hardware, Storage Solutions, Video Editing

Pinnacle Studio 16: Capable Yet Inexpensive NLE

NYC Production & Post News by Joe Herman Recently, the folks from Corel came to town, treating us to a demo of the new Pinnacle Studio 16 Ultimate, a capable video-editing program with some innovative features. While this won’t turn up at major facilities anytime soon, this new release has chops that will satisfy the Read More

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By Videoguys, August 31, 2012

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing


Creative COW by Ryan Salazar SIGGRAPH 2012 is the year’s largest and most complete display of products and services for the computer graphics and interactive techniques industry. SIGGRAPH 2012 Exhibition sales exceeded the past three years’ sales figures, with even the final SIGGRAPH 2011 exhibit numbers left in the smoke! For those of you interest Read More

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By Videoguys, August 20, 2012

4K, UHD and 3D, Production Hardware

The State of 3DTV

TV Technology by Jay Ankeney What does DirecTV’s cutback portend? LOS ANGELES: The broadcast industry could be at a significant watershed in the development of 3D broadcasting to the home. In June, the DirecTV cut back its n3D channel, the first 3D channel intended for 24/7 broadcasting, to a part-time schedule. This is usually attributed Read More

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By Videoguys, August 14, 2012