Critical online reviews can carry legal risks mercoledý, 24 Ottobre 2012 - 03:50 PM - 6 Months, 3 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - C-Media A Minnesota doctor took offense when a patient's son posted critical remarks about him on some rate-your-doctor websites, including a comment by a nurse who purportedly called the physician "a real tool." So Dr.
Thinkbox Software Launches Cinelab Touch-Interface Video Editing App for Windows 8 venerdý, 26 Ottobre 2012 - 01:28 AM - 6 Months, 3 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - 1-CreativeCow (Los Angeles, California--October 25, 2012) -Thinkbox Software today launched Cinelab, a new video-editing app for Windows 8 devices. Cinelab delivers simple, on-the-go video editing capabilities directly from any supported tablet, mobile device or desktop computer. Inspired by the new Windows user interface, Thinkbox founder Chris Bond set out to design an easy-to-use editing app that would enable people of any skill level to trim and cut together clips, and share them directly from Windows 8 devices. Using a very simple touch interface, users can rearrange clips by moving them around on screen, tap them to play, and shorten the length by moving handles on a bar directly beneath the clip. Rearranged and trimmed clip sequences can be shared via SkyDrive and email.
High-level production values keep "The Voice" strong venerdý, 26 Ottobre 2012 - 10:38 AM - 6 Months, 3 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - R - Broadcast Engineering “The Voice” is getting a lot of attention; the high octane content of its judges and aspiring stars are the primary reasons that this NBC Universal series has garnered enviable ratings. Production values are another key ingredient to the show’s success, and recording engineers Randy Faustino and Tim Hatayama play a critical role. read more
CASBAA Boost from Developing Markets lunedý, 29 Ottobre 2012 - 03:00 PM - 6 Months, 3 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - 10-Broadcast - Newsroom (2012-10-29) Welcomes VTC, Sky Net, TMS and Motion Picture Association with Eutelsat and Sky News Australia upgrading to Patron Membership Hong Kong, Oct 29, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Continuing to expand the reach and diversity of its Membership, CASBAA this week welcomed Corporate Members VTC from Vietnam and Sky Net of Myanmar, as well as Hong Kong's
Level 256 Visual Effects Completes Over 70 VFX Shots For Paramount Pictures’ New Halloween Comedy “Fun Size” lunedý, 29 Ottobre 2012 - 10:00 PM - 6 Months, 3 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - 1-CreativeCow (Los Angeles, California--October 29, 2012) Level 256 Visual Effects, a modern, digital artist collective and visual effects production studio, has produced over 70 VFX shots for “Fun Size.” The new film, to be released October 26th by Paramount Pictures, will include Level 256’s work as primary VFX vendor. The VFX produced by Level 256 include a comedic “large chicken falling from the roof of a fast food chain” sequence, in which L256 removed support wires and rigs, enhanced sparks and smoke, and removed and replaced actors, as well as creating two, CG chicken arm replacement shots. Other work on the film from L256 included additional wire and rig removals, computer monitor burn-ins, Facebook interface design, cell phone comps, and film damage and flicker fixes.
Achieving WAN Application Visibility mercoledý, 31 Ottobre 2012 - 12:00 AM - 6 Months, 2 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - Systems Integration White Paper This E-Guide from SearchEnterpriseWAN.com describes which network visibility parameters you should use to measure performance and offers guidance in finding the best WAN application visibility solution for your enterprise. Published by: Blue Coat
Sony launches new 4K CineAlta cameras mercoledý, 31 Ottobre 2012 - 01:49 PM - 6 Months, 2 ago - 11 Letture - top stories - R - Broadcast Engineering Back in May I wrote an article about the rise in prominence of cameras with a single large sensors (http://broadcastengineering.com/hdtv/camera-choices-expand). The classic 3-chip 2/3 in camera and its smaller variants are now joined by a large range of single chip cameras largely based on the Bayer color filter array (but not all). Broadcast Engineering Blog read more