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Giving Southern Food the Right Look with Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and DaVinci Resolve
Giving Southern Food the Right Look with Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and DaVinci Resolve
Think of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and images of warm, savory comfort food probably come to mind. The restaurant's unique "New Orleans" style menu offers southern food items like spicy chicken, chicken tenders, chicken and biscuits and fried shrimp. To make Popeyes' famous food look as good in its broadcast TV commercials as it tastes in real life, colorist Brian Buongiorno of Tone Visuals uses Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve. Read More

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Kinefinity and ASSIMILATE Partner to Deliver KineRAW Codec and Real-time Post Production to Chinese Filmmaking Market
Kinefinity and ASSIMILATE Partner to Deliver KineRAW Codec and Real-time Post Production to Chinese Filmmaking Market
ASSIMILATE and Kinefinity today announced they are partnering to deliver advanced digital filmmaking solutions to the high-growth Chinese marketplace. The collaboration equips Chinese filmmakers with a streamlined all-in-one, value-priced solution for 2D/3D productions, from image capture with a high-resolution Kinefinity camera (4K, 6K) to using high-performance SCRATCH tools for on-set data management and dailies, and full post production - conform, color grading, versioning, compositing, finishing, and mastering. Read More
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Indie Films Shot Over Mobile
Indie Films Shot Over Mobile
As smartphones become more portable and their features are continually improved, many are now maximizing their handsets at work. In fact, even filmmakers, especially those who are just starting out in the industry, are using their mobile devices to create award-winning short films. Due to the continuing trend in mobile adoption at video production houses, many organizations have started recognizing individuals who excel in this category. One of the popular award ceremonies for filmmakers is the iPhone Film Festival (IFF) that is now into its fifth year of awarding film makers that use iPhones in shooting their movies. Read More
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AJA Launches Summer of Savings Promotion for CION and Select Ki Pro Products
AJA Launches Summer of Savings Promotion for CION and Select Ki Pro Products
AJA Video Systems today launched the 'Summer of Savings' promotion, reducing pricing for the CION production camera, Ki Pro Quad, Ki Pro Mini and Ki Pro recorders. The price for CION is now $4995 US MSRP, which reflects a $4000 price reduction. Ki Pro Quad is now $2995 US MSRP, Ki Pro Mini is $1495 US MSRP, Ki Pro is $2495 US MSRP, and Ki Pro ND is $2295 US MSRP. AJA customers who purchased the CION production camera before May 26, 2015 will receive two AJA Pak 512 SSDs for free, directly from AJA (valued at $2495 MSRP). Read More
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AEGraphics Bowled Over by Vizrt and Matrox Video 4K Solutions
AEGraphics Bowled Over by Vizrt and Matrox Video 4K Solutions
The Cricket World Cup (CWC), held every four years with the top 14 teams in the world competing, is a much anticipated event with a large viewership, typically in hundreds of millions. The 2015 Cricket World Cup was held in Australia and New Zealand. Star Sports, the host broadcaster for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, covered every match live. All the matches played by India, plus the semi-finals and final, were broadcast live in 4K to local cinemas in India. Alston Elliot (AEGraphics), one of the world's leading providers of television graphics and data solutions, was asked to deliver 4K graphics on Star Sports' live 4K coverage of the CWC games. Read More
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NAB Filmmaker Announcements
NAB Filmmaker Announcements
Recognizing that the most fragile time in your filmwork is between capture and workstation production, OWC (Other World Computing) has introduced three mobile storage solutions to save and protect your video in the field (even in the most rugged environments) and get it home safely for production. Read More
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Artist of War--Chuck Caldwell
Artist of War--Chuck Caldwell
Today's independent filmmakers never know when their next great film idea will emerge, which is one of the reasons Cirina Catania, of The Catania Group, never leaves home without her basic capture/workflow tools in an on-board Explorer case. On a flight to visit her mother in Pennsylvania, her case included a Blackmagic Pocket camera, Sony A7r, batteries, a small Lumos light, extra SD cards, a Thunderbolt 2 dock, a 4TB OWC ThunderBay 4 mini and a 1TB OWC Envoy Pro EX. She also hand-carried her MacBook Pro and a small tripod. Because of weight and space limitations, tools like extra lenses and other "nice to have" equipment were left behind. Read More

iPi Soft now in Hollywood
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Ford on Turbosquid
This is pretty big. Ford Motors joining Digital Brands Management on Turbosquid.com Maybe not for everyone, but for people making commercial work thaRead More
 
Jesse Averna joins DMALA
We're super excited to have Jesse Averna as one of our guests for our meet-and-greet panel at DMALA this month. Join us June 16 as we ponder whRead More
 
Managing your Virtual Team
Andy Marken of Marken Communications just sent me this insightful piece on working with teams.  Whether you're working with teams across the globeRead More
 
Filmmakers` Contest: OWC Video commercial
TIME TO FLEX YOUR CREATIVITY, and potentially win some useful gear in the process Sometimes companies run contests with limited prizes in an attempRead More
 

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