L’espace Vision adds FilmLight grading and high-speed media server

Tokyo post house L’espace Vision is marking its 30th anniversary by adding a powerful grading suite from FilmLight...

Award-winning Ross Graphite all-in-one production vehicle on show

The new Graphite, an award-winning product introduced at NAB this year, will be on show on the Concilium stand (E17). The Ross Graphite is...

MAMs in the era of democratised filmmaking

The last decade’s “democratisation of filmmaking” is a truly wonderful thing. It has enabled more people to create via a lower barrier of entry,...

Celebrating 50 years of IBC

Fifty years ago, a group of broadcast equipment manufacturers in London, decided to organise a unique exhibition – the first of its kind –...

Post-production toolbox: essential new plug-ins and collaborations

At NAB, Avid and FilmLight announced a new collaboration that would combine the former’s Media Composer video editing suite with the latter’s BaseLight colour...

DaVinci Resolve used to grade new Ridley Scott film

DaVinci Resolve, created by Blackmagic Design, was used at Deluxe Creative Services' Company 3 by colourist Stephen Nakamura to grade 20th Century Fox’s Exodus: Gods and Kings...

Alternative editing

Video editing applications are relatively complex, high-performance products that address a three-tier market: professional editing for TV and cinema, serious amateur filmmakers and of course consumers making simple home movies...

Editors’ rates under the spotlight

In March, the South African Guild of Editors (SAGE) released their new rate card, which, for the first time in three years, reflects a hike in editors’ fees. For editors and other post-production professionals, the increase is long overdue...

AJA’s Thunderbolted- Io XT

The new Io XT Thunderbolt-enabled professional video I/O device is now shipping from AJA Video Systems. As the only Thunderbolt-enabled video I/O device on the market with dual Thunderbolt ports, Io XT opens up a host of new workflow capabilities to video professionals.

SA first to test new RED HDRx process

Lucky Bean Media director Chris Green was tasked with helming a spot for production agency Eject Media which involved scenarios where ordinary South Africans show their support for the national rugby team, the Springboks, in interesting and creative ways.
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