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Avoiding Footage Loss - Tactics for Storing and Recovering Data
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

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Projected To Influence The Automotive Industry
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
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Fallout 76 E3 2018 Multiplayer trailer
Fallout 76 E3 2018 Multiplayer trailer
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Shooting the "Devil's Tree" with DP Anthony Dones and URSA Mini 4.6K
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When you have to put an actual warning message on your film's site telling people not to actually go to the places in the film, you know you are dealing with a truly scary horror film. Today we are speaking with Anthony Dones, a Miami based DP who has produced content for national television, corporate/commercial work, music videos and a now growing list of feature films. We reached out to him to discuss his recent work as cinematographer on "Devil's Tree, Rooted Evil" a horror film shot exclusively on the URSA Mini 4.6k. Read More
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Stop, Collaborate and Listen: A Stop Motion Team Effort Brings "Two Balloons" to Life
Stop, Collaborate and Listen: A Stop Motion Team Effort Brings
Led by Director and Writer Mark C. Smith, a dedicated group of filmmakers from Portland, OR created a visually stunning stop-motion short that follows two intrepid lemurs and their adventures in the sky. "Two Balloons," which originally wasn't conceived as stop motion, took four years to complete and had many twists and turns along the way. The team spent 16 months storyboarding, building sets and securing space in a warehouse, and then started shooting. Read More
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Hard Edge Drama
Hard Edge Drama
Lots of filmmakers grew up in innocent times in innocent areas of the world but sometimes going back is a lot different from what existed in your memories. Read More
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Island Time
Island Time
FoR stays focused on having the right tools, the right storage to deliver new ad spot for Jamaica in a Bottle... Read More

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