For those lamenting the lack of a tiltable display on the BMPCC 4K/6K Tilta's new display mod will take the usability of the camera to new levels in many more ways than one.
Setting up a grading room is a bit more involved than installing a desk and a few monitors. To do it effectively requires a bit more thought. Here's some valuable advice from experienced colourist Blake Jones on what you should be doing.
Red Giant has made some moves to help both professionals looking for monthly access to Red Giant Complete, and for teachers and students to get it for free. Let's take a look at both options.
Review: Sound is very much the most under appreciated part of production, whether that's documentary or feature films. But the job of the sound designer is essential. Sound Design with Eugene Gearty will make you appreciate the discipline even if you are in other areas of production.
Arc Studio Pro is a screenwriting app that does more than just script formatting, it allows writers the ability to truly develop their ideas into scripts, stay focused and collaborate more effectively. And now the company has decided to make the software free as the COVID-19 pandemic crisis rages on.
ANDYCINE has revealed its latest, highly affordable 4K field monitor for production, the A6 Plus V2, which is priced well below its competition. In addition, the company has released a firmware update that offers waveform and vectorscope. Let's take a look at both.
Intel has developed a first-of-its-kind self-learning neuromorphic chip which could scale to a supercomputer thousands of times more powerful than any today.
Review: Wireless focus devices are usually a dream item for a large proportion of filmmakers on low budgets. No longer. Phil Rhodes looks at a new remote focus system, the PD Movie Remote Air Pro 3, that promises power without the usual associated costs.
Anyone here got a big workstation stuffed with CPU cores, GPU cores, and memory? If you read no further, at least wander over to the folding@home site and volunteer the resources of your multi-core 8K-munching monster edit bay.
Japan-based Fujitsu Laboratories has revealed a video compression technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to dramatically reduce the file size of content compared to existing video codecs.