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NAB 2018 | StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine | Photos from Our NAB Booth #C8943

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

StudentFilmmakers Magazine

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

StudentFilmmakers.com, #1 Educational Resources for Film and Video Makers, brings together students, professors, and independent filmmakers of all levels around the globe into one network and community.

The StudentFilmmakers print/digital trade publication, interactive website, and monthly E-newsletters cover various topics with special focus on the five stages of filmmaking: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution. High-level educational articles, insider techniques and best practices, stories, interviews, industry news, and high-end technology news highlight categories such as Cinematography, Lighting, Directing, Camerawork, Editing, Audio, Animation, Special FX, Screenwriting, Producing, Distribution, and more.

Learn about the latest, cutting-edge technologies and techniques and join the Filmmakers Global Network at https://networking.studentfilmmakers.com.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine Releases New Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

HD Pro Guide Magazine

HD Pro Guide Magazine releases new edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of HD Pro Guide Magazine and flagship publication, StudentFilmmakers Magazine.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
HD Pro Guide Magazinewww.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
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facebook.com/HDProGuide
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StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine Releases New Edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

HD Pro Guide Magazine

HD Pro Guide Magazine releases new edition at NAB 2018, Las Vegas, Exhibit Booth #C8943, Central Hall. Pick up complimentary issues and collectors’ editions at booth #C8943. NAB attendees may also sign up for complimentary subscriptions of HD Pro Guide Magazine and flagship publication, StudentFilmmakers Magazine.

Click Here for Must-Visit Booths at NAB 2018 >>

HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
HD Pro Guide Magazinewww.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
hdproguide.com/networking
facebook.com/HDProGuide
twitter.com/HDProGuide

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each issue addresses the needs of the five distinct phases of film and video making for educators, students and the continuing education of the professionals of today’s industry.

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2018 NAB Las Vegas | Day 1 on Exhibit Show Floor – StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Exhibit Booth #C8943

By Posted by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor

At the StudentFilmmakers Magazine and HD Pro Guide Magazine Exhibit Booth #C8943 at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Day 1 on the Exhibit Show Floor, attendees come to pick up the newest editions of the magazines and collectors editions filled with timeless educational articles covering the five stages of motion picture creation: development, pre-production, production, post production, and distribution. If you’re at the show, stop by Booth #C8943 and say hello to Publisher/Editor Kim E. Welch; Cinematographer David Landau; and WM Reporter Ladson Mark Jones.

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HD Pro Guide Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
www.hdproguide.com

HD Pro Guide is a growing HD Production News Resource and Community covering HD technology, techniques, and best practices, as well as must-read industry news and exclusive interviews with professionals working in Broadcast, Cinema/TV, and Live Production. HD Pro Guide Magazine is published by Welch Media, Inc., publishers of the popular StudentFilmmakers Magazine, the # 1 Educational Resource for Film and Video Makers, covering the five stages of motion picture creation: Development, Pre-Production, Production, Post Production, and Distribution.
hdproguide.com/networking
facebook.com/HDProGuide
twitter.com/HDProGuide

StudentFilmmakers Magazine
NAB Booth # C8943
StudentFilmmakers Magazinewww.studentfilmmakers.com

The StudentFilmmakers readers and online community are creating the award-winning films of tomorrow using the latest technologies. They are learning to work with the equipment they will use for the rest of their careers. And, in an industry that changes each day, even the pros need to keep learning and many have found StudentFilmmakers to be an excellent resource.

There simply is no other magazine on the market that specifically serves the aspiring filmmakers community like StudentFilmmakers Magazine. StudentFilmmakers Magazine is the bright star of industry publications covering the latest technologies and workflows. Each → continue…

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Teradek VidiU Go drastically reduces bandwidth with HEVC encoding

By noreply@redsharknews.com (Adrian Pennington)

Teradek VidiU Go drastically reduces bandwidth with HEVC encoding

Anyone wanting to live broadcast HD quality to Facebook or YouTube now has another option in the shape of VidiU Go, a new version of Teradek’s camera-back encoder but this one uses HEVC or AVC compression.

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    Blackmagic Design announces Pocket Cinema Camera 4K

    Way back in 2013, Blackmagic Design introduced the Pocket Cinema Camera, a compact camera with a Super 16 sensor that promised cinema recording quality in a body about the size of a Sony a6500. While it delivered high quality footage, many users acknowledged that it felt like a version 1 product, including frustrating issues like fussy behavior, short battery life, and inelegant ergonomics and controls.

    At NAB in Las Vegas, Blackmagic finally announced the sequel many were waiting for, the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. Video shooters will be happy to know that it’s a significant upgrade at a very aggressive price point.

    The Pocket Cinema Camera 4K is built around a Micro Four Thirds sensor with dual native ISO and a native DCI 4K (4096×2160) resolution. Although we don’t have any technical information on the sensor, this sounds suspiciously similar to the one used in Panasonic’s GH5S. Blackmagic claims the sensor can capture 13 stops of dynamic range.

    Blackmagic finally announced the sequel many were waiting for, the Pocket Cinema Camera 4K. Video shooters will be happy to know that it’s a significant upgrade at a very aggressive price point.

    The camera will be able to record DCI 4K at 60 fps and windowed HD (a native 1080 crop) at up to 120 fps in either 10-bit ProRes or 12-bit Raw formats. Various internal recording media are supported including standard SD cards, UHS-II cards, and CFast 2.0 cards.

    What’s potentially more interesting, however, is the option to record externally using the camera’s USB-C port. Blackmagic claims it’s the first camera that will let users connect media, like an SSD, directly to the camera’s USB-C port for direct external recording. This means it should be possible to go directly from shooting to working on your computer without transferring data from → continue…

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    NAB 2018, da Blackmagic Design arrivano Mini Converter, Optical Fiber 12G, UpDownCross HD e Blackmagic MultiView 4 HD

    By News

    Al NAB 2018, la Blackmagic Design ha annunciato tre nuovi Mini Converter, il Blackmagic Mini Converter Optical Fiber 12G è un convertitore bidirezionale per fibra ottica e SDI, Blackmagic Mini Converter UpDownCross HD è il nuovo convertitore di standard di qualità broadcast che converte i formati video SD o HD in qualsiasi altro formato video SD o HD

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    Cobalt Promotes Jesse Foster to New Role: Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Accounts

    By Dundee Hills Group

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    CHAMPAIGN, Ill. April 9, 2018 Cobalt Digital today announced that Jesse Foster has been promoted to the new position of vice president of marketing and strategic accounts. Foster most recently served as Cobalt’s director of product and business development. In his new role, he will be responsible for all aspects of the Cobalt Digital product line, including product marketing and promotion, public relations, corporate messaging, customer knowledge, sales and distribution training, and development of strategic sales opportunities.

    “Jesse’s knowledge of broadcast products and applications, his associations with industry colleagues, and his networking capabilities — gained from extensive travel with Cobalt — helped earn him this prestigious and well-deserved position,” said Bob McAlpine, Cobalt Digital CEO. “We’re sure he’ll make the most of it and continue his exceptional work in guiding the company toward ever-greater success.”

    Over a career spanning nearly two decades in professional broadcast technology, Foster has built up a strong record of achievement and has demonstrated success providing technology solutions in a highly competitive market. For the past six years with Cobalt, he has been deeply involved with product management and with the company’s corporate branding and outreach efforts. Prior to joining Cobalt, he held positions with Evertz and Nevion.

    Information about Cobalt Digital and its products is available at www.cobaltdigital.com.

    Visit Cobalt Digital at the 2018 NAB Show, Booth SL6505

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    About Cobalt Digital

    Cobalt Digital Inc. designs and manufactures award-winning 12G/3G/HD/SD and IP-based conversion, terminal, throwdown, and multiviewer technology for the broadcast television environment. As a founding partner in the openGear® initiative, Cobalt offers a full range of openGear video and audio processing card solutions for applications such as closed-caption compliance monitoring, OB production, master control, HD news production, signal transport, audio loudness, and color correction. Cobalt’s Blue Box Group line of interface converter boxes streamlines and simplifies → continue…

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    NAB 2018 la Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 4K è ora finalmente una realtà !

    By News

    NAB 2018, ci siamo, la Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K è finalmente arrivata, uno striscione ne annuncia l’imminente presentazione al NAB di Las Vegas. Non abbiamo ancora dettagli sulle specifiche o caratteristiche del sensore ma ciò che possiamo dire è che questa videocamera era molto attesa. Se il prezzo sarà simile a quello del modello originale HD,

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    NAB 2018 la Blackmagic Pocket Cinema 4K è ora finalmente una realtà !

    By News

    NAB 2018, ci siamo, la Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera 4K è finalmente arrivata, uno striscione ne annuncia l’imminente presentazione al NAB di Las Vegas. Non abbiamo ancora dettagli sulle specifiche o caratteristiche del sensore ma ciò che possiamo dire è che questa videocamera era molto attesa. Se il prezzo sarà simile a quello del modello originale HD,

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    Samsung explains the sensor tech behind the Galaxy S9’s super-slow-motion mode

    Samsung published a couple of technical blog posts today, providing some detail on the stacked sensor technology used in the new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones, and specifically how this tech is used to power the devices’ super-slow-motion mode.

    This mode can record 960 frames per second at HD resolution for a duration of 0.2 seconds, which translates into 6 seconds playback time at 30 fps—32 times slower than standard video. The resulting videos can be reversed, exported as GIFs and edited in other ways.

    To achieve the blistering fast frame rates, Samsung has adopted similar imaging technology to what we’ve previously seen on some Sony devices. The S9 sensor offers faster sensor readout-times, bandwidth and video processing of the application sensor than on previous Galaxy generations by using a three-layer stacked sensor design that consists of the CMOS image sensor itself, a 4x faster readout circuit, and a dedicated DRAM memory chip for buffering:

    In addition to slow-motion, the stacked sensor helps reduce rolling shutter effects in video mode, and counter camera shake through frame-stacking methodologies.

    “We were able to achieve a readout speed that is four times faster than conventional cameras thanks to a three-layer stacked image sensor that includes the CMOS image sensor itself, a fast readout circuit, and a dedicated dynamic random-access (DRAM) memory chip, which previously was not added to image sensors,” explained Dongsoo Kim. “Integrating DRAM allowed us to overcome obstacles such as speed limits between the sensor and application processor (AP) in a high-speed camera with 960fps features.”

    You can see some of the Samsung super-slow-motion video results in the video below. Samsung’s article on the technology is available on its blog, where you’ll also find → continue…

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    Facebook Messenger adds 360-degree photo and HD video support

    Facebook just released an update that brings high-definition video and 360-degree panoramic photo support to Messenger. The update follows the high-res photo support Facebook added to Messenger in November 2017, expanding the quality and type of content that users can privately share with each other.

    For 360-degree photos, users capture the panoramic content using their phone’s camera app or a third-party app, then share the panorama in Messenger like any other photo. The app automatically processes the panorama, converting it into an immersive 360-degree image that recipients can ‘explore’ by either moving their phone around or tapping and dragging the photo. Panoramic photos feature a compass icon in their upper right-hand side.

    High-definition video sharing, meanwhile, supports the sharing of 720p videos from both the Camera Roll and a user’s newsfeed. To distinguish these videos from standard definition videos, Messenger now shows an HD or SD marker with the content.

    360-degree photos are now available to all Messenger users on Android and iOS. HD video support is only available in the following countries:

    • Australia
    • Belgium
    • Canada
    • Denmark
    • Finland
    • France
    • Hong Kong
    • Japan
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Romania
    • Singapore
    • South Korea
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Taiwan
    • UK
    • USA

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    From:: DPreview