The use of IP for all phases of digital media production continues to be a major topic of interest. Deciding what path is being taken into the future differs considerably depending on what type of organization is involved.
Review: The Shogun 7 from Atomos is one of the first products from the company to use its Dynamic AtomHDR zoned backlight IPS LCD technology. It's definitely a mouthful to say, but what's it like to use for real?
Intel's 10nm processors are finally here, but desktop users might have to wait.
The seamless melding of virtual sets with real cameras is on the rise, and the results are indistiguishable from reality.
The recent news that the patent dispute over LTO-8 has been resolved is a welcome one. But the time it has taken to sort out might mean that it is too little, too late.
Fancy a camera upgrade but don’t fancy giving your accountant a coronary? Here are six excellent 4K capable cameras for under $4k.
And you thought you had enough to worry about. An Israeli security research firm has just published a post where they detail how they installed ransomware on a Canon EOS 80D.
Review: Sound Forge is a piece of software or, perhaps better, a family of software, with a history so long that early versions could be run under Windows 3.1. Phil Rhodes takes a look at Sound Forge Audio Cleaning Lab, an offshoot designed for, you've guessed it, cleaning up your audio.
The two Star Trek series Deep Space Nineand Voyager are still not available in HD. Both were shot on film and could be beautifully remastered in exactly the same way as the first two series produced under the Star Trek banner. It hasn’t happened and it doesn’t look like there’s any realistic chance of it happening. Why?
Arturia's virtual historic synth collection is brilliant for composing original music, sound effects and backgrounds. And in some ways, the emulations are better than the originals.