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Remote Collaboration is a Fact of Life as Post Production Finds a Home in the Cloud | Source: Sohonet
Sohonet CEO Chuck Parker forecasts that remote production workflows will become the norm post-pandemic, improving artists’ quality of life.
NAB Show and FMC Are Bringing Post|Production World to Las Vegas This April
NAB Show partners with Future Media Conferences to bring in-person training sessions from industry experts to Las Vegas this April 21–27.
How 5G Will Transform Video Production and Post-Production | Source: Frame.io
“Stop thinking about proxies or blocky transcoded files. Start thinking about 8K raw data, streamed from your camera to the cloud.”
The Role of the OB Truck for Post-Pandemic Production
During the pandemic crisis live production has adapted and evolved to a distributed, working from home model, but what about the future?
Signposts for Live Sports Production Technologies in 2021
Workflow innovations within the sports production industry are key in the battle for eyeballs.
Virtual Production Is Going Great, But… We Have Some Talent and Tech Challenges
A new report from Altman Solon finds virtual production is on the rise, but costs and finding experienced talent remain industry challenges.
“It’s Like Doing Four Movies in Two Years:” Editing and Post on “Andor”
“Andor” creator and showrunner Tony Gilroy and editor John Gilroy recount the complexities of bringing the Star Wars episodic to the screen.
Hope Seriously Is a Thing With Wings: Documentary Production on “All That Breathes”
This poetic, languorous (and award-winning) documentary features a family effort to rescue and heal black kites in Delhi as the city deals with social upheaval.
Middle Earth and Media Management: Cloud Production for “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power”
Containing nearly 10,000 VFX shots, post-production on the first season of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” was enabled by AWS.
Never Mind the LEDs: Alternative Virtual Production Processes
From virtual visualization and virtual location scouting to greenscreen sets, there’s a lot more to virtual production than LED walls.
A Brief Voyage Through the History of Virtual Production
The use of LED walls and LED volumes — a major component of virtual production — can be traced directly back to the front- and rear-projection techniques common throughout much of the 20th century.
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