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Editing broadcast video in a mobile app a ridiculous notion or the next big thing
Jason Cowan A trend appears to be developing in broadcast technology development the more ridiculous an idea initially seems, the better the chances are that it will turn the whole industry on its head. Ten years ago editing over an internet connection was a pipe-dream, and the suggestion that broadcast equipment might be replaced with standard IT was considered preposterous as recently as five years ago. Yet working in the cloud, on standard IT equipment has revolutionised post-production and enabled workflows we never thought possible.
Tags: iss109 | cloud editing | adobe premier clip | avid ipad | final cut pro | proxy | forscene | Jason Cowan
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Taking the pain out of collaborative editing
N/A Broadcast and post-production companies face the daily challenge of delivering more for less both in terms of time and money. Whilst the industry has been quick to embrace the efficiencies of file-based workflows and enhancements in the creative editing process, the reality - for companies of all sizes - is that the effective and secure management of media data remains complex and expensive.
Tags: iss063 | media edit | era | Avid | Apple Final Cut Pro | Adobe Premiere | MXFServer | storage | N/A
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A hidden beauty
N/A The lifestyle of the Wildlife cameraman (and woman) youd have thought, and I was hoping, was all exotic locations and beautiful scenery. Except for me the reality was a murky, water filled quarry during a very cold winter and early spring of 2006- 07.
Tags: pike | camerman | wildlife cameraman | stoney cove | iss018 | a1e | dvcam | bbc natural history unit | adobe premier | hdv | N/A
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