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Lightworks for Mac
E ditShare® has announced the highly anticipated Mac version
of Lightworks, EditShare’s popular cross-platform editing software was
demonstrated for the first time at NAB 2013 in Las Vegas.
Epic with petrol
B reakthrough photographer/
Director/DP Vincent Laforet
may be based out of Los Angeles
but he’s rarely at home base.
He spent a good part of last
year travelling from Australia to
Southeast Asia and back shooting
commercials, films, participating
in international photography
panels, and teaching seminars.
His shooting package always
goes with him. One of his favorite
cameras is the RED Epic and his
choice to carry it, fully loaded, is
from Petrol Bags.
The challenge always is how
to carry your digital camera
around the world without lugging
a number of cases for your
essentials, says Laforet. I love the
RED Epic because it’s compact
and portable, and there are a
number of accessory choices that
are also lightweight and compact.
Lightworks, the software of choice for editors working on some of the finest
films of the past two decades, has been redesigned to work seamlessly
on Mac OS X, making it the first professional NLE to be truly tri-platform
(Windows, Linux and Mac).
Visitors to the EditShare stand at NAB 2013 were treated to a
demonstration of the all-new Lightworks Mac OS X version, followed by
a Q&A session in the stands theatre area hosted by Scott Hill, long-time
Lightworks user and renowned Hollywood editor.
2013 with Square One
Everything I need is easily fitted
into the Petrol Bags Rolling
DigiSuite DSLR Camera Case, he
explains. It is a carry-on sized roller
case with heavy-duty customizable
Velcro padded inserts that makes
the difference. No matter what
package I carry, I can customize
the interior of the DigiSuite to fit.
Because it’s been designed for
DSLR shooters along with the
camera, an assortment of lenses
even accessories, can fit perfectly
and safely, inside.
Camera Corps and Vinten
compatibility between their popular
Camera Corps Q-Ball robotic
camera system and the Vinten
Radamec® CP4 control system at
the 2013 NAB Show. Q-Ball offers
a robust, high-level mini-cam
system with excellent performance
in the most demanding remote
camera applications. Compatibility
with the new CP4 control system
offers users enhanced camera
options for new and existing
www.cameracorps.co.uk hoton Beard has launched
Square One, a new one-foot
square fluorescent lighting panel
that produces more light, more
economically, than any other 1x1
fixture in the marketplace.
The one-foot-square panel includes
eight 5/8 diameter fluorescent tubes
that deliver optimum, broadcast-
quality illumination with predictable
colour results and fewer spikes
and spectral variations typically
associated with similarly sized LED-
Square One uses the familiar Osram
daylight or tungsten-balanced
phosphors that are the current
standard in television studios around
the world. The difference is that at
only 64W, Square One delivers a
level of balanced illumination at three
meters that fixtures pulling 100W
struggle to achieve.
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