I’ve tried out a lot of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) for music production over the years. The first one I sunk my teeth into was Cubase but, along the way, I’ve bumped into others, each with its own cadre of devotees. […]
There are a lot of reasons why creative media professionals require a display on their desks that is capable of representing highly accurate colors. To start, animators must be confident that color choices will result in final renders that look how they expect them to look. […]
While two displays sound better than one, there were a few problems with this solution, the biggest being the physical gap between them. Yes, it was possible to take a window or a palette and stretch it across both displays, but it was practically impossible to work that way.
The first LED cinema screen in the US was unveiled Friday at Pacific Theatres Winnetka in Chatsworth, a suburb of Los Angel-es, where Warner Brothers’ Ready Player One will be the first movie offered on this exhibition system, starting Saturday. […]
With a reported attendance in excess of 100,000 from some 160 countries, plus 1,800-plus exhibitors, the NAB Show is often described as the world’s largest convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology — the self-styled “MET Effect.” […]
Compositing is a critical part of the filmmaking process, the step where, after months of production, all the elements of a scene are assembled. It’s where visual effects-heavy shots come into their own, and filmmakers finally see their visions come to life. […]
“The Storytellers Dilemma: Overcoming the Challenges in the Media Age” is meant for everyone who works in the media industries, whether in content creation, post-production finance or distribution. […]