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Canon EOS C200 coming this July
[permalink] 31.05.2017

Canon Cinema EOS C200 photo Canon announced a new digital film camera in the Cinema EOS range, the C200. Thanks to the new Cinema RAW Light format, it will be able to record RAW video directly in-camera using CFast 2.0 cards. Two new Canon DIGIC DV6 DSPs enable 4K UHD/50p MP4 and 4K DCI RAW recording, as well as HFR recording at a rate of 120 fps in FHD, without image crop. At its heart, the C200 features a Super 35mm 4K CMOS sensor with 8.85 effective MP and a dynamic range of up to 15 stops. The camera also features recording to SD cards (MP4, max. 150 Mbps), an ISO range of 100 -- 102,400, built-in ND filters, touch-enabled LCD monitor, manual focusing with focus assist functionality or autofocus with face detection, Wi-Fi/Ethernet connectivity, and more. The body weighs approx. 1.4 kg. The new C200 will be available this July priced around 9,000 EUR. [source]

Fracture FX 2.0 for Autodesk Maya
[permalink] 30.05.2017

Fracture FX 2.0 for Autodesk Maya video Procedural demolition plug-in Fracture FX for Maya has reached version 2.0. New version adds a Spring modifier/constraint type to simulate structural cohesion of the demolished structures, as well as the ability to quickly transfer simulations from low resolution to high resolution meshes. This enables to iterate simulations using low resolution, proxy objects before moving to detailed meshes. Fracture FX version 1.x licenses can now be upgraded to version 2.0 at 100 USD, 30 days after the initial release, the upgrade price will increase to 150 USD. New Fracture FX 2.0 licenses can be purchased for 500 USD. [source]

Unfiltered Audio updates Sandman Pro delay plug-in
[permalink] 29.05.2017

Plugin Alliance Unfiltered Audio Sandman Pro 1.1 video Plugin Alliance announced the availability of the latest (v1.1) update of Sandman Pro -- Plugin Alliance partner Unfiltered Audio's delay effect. The update adds a new mode for seamless integration with ROLI's Lightpad Block 5D Touch control surface, enabling Sandman Pro users to take advantage of the hardware's smooth, pressure-responsive design for an unprecedented level of real-time control over multiple parameters with ease. Users can also create sequences to modulate parameters or even other LFOs -- themselves now resettable via a trigger input -- with the new Step Sequencer modulator. Ultimately, Unfiltered Audio's flagship modulation system now boasts eight freely-assignable and fully-automatable modulators with intuitive drag-and-drop patching to each and every one of Sandman Pro's creativity-inducing controls. The latest (v1.1) update of Sandman Pro is available for purchase as an AAX Native-, AU-, VST2-, and VST3-compatible plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows, and Pro Tools 10.3.10 (or higher), exclusively from Plugin Alliance for 99 USD. Owners of Sandman can upgrade to Sandman Pro for 49 USD while owners of Unfiltered Audio's Instant Delay can upgrade for 29 USD. [source]

Waves Audio ships the Waves F6 Floating-Band Dynamic EQ plug-in
[permalink] 26.05.2017

Waves Audio F6 Floating Band Dynamic EQ plug-in video Waves Audio is now shipping the Waves F6 Floating-Band Dynamic EQ plug-in. The Waves F6 is a surgical dynamic equalizer with six floating, fully-adjustable parametric filter bands, advanced EQ and compression/expansion controls per band, mid-side processing options and more. The Waves F6 Dynamic EQ is the ultimate problem-solving EQ. It can be used for diverse equalization, compression, expansion and de-essing processes, whether you're mixing or mastering, in the studio or live. Price of the license is 29 USD.

New Panasonic camera to be previewed at Cine Gear
[permalink] 25.05.2017

Panasonic Cine Gear camera preview Panasonic will be holding an exclusive preview session Friday, June 2, 2017, at Cine Gear Expo. All eyes will be on the new compact digital film camera from Panasonic scheduled for this Fall. Presented under a blanket at NAB 2017, the new model will be a lightweight and small camera with on-board video capture using inexpensive media. Some speculate the new model will fill the gap between the GH5 and VariCam LT models in Panasonic's digital film camera lineup, being a follow-up camera to the popular AG-AF100 (internal ND filters, SD memory card capture etc.). [source]

DaVinci Resolve 14 Studio Public Beta 3
[permalink] 25.05.2017

Blackmagic Davinci Resolve 12 screensotBlackmagic Design released a new public beta version of its upcoming DaVinci Resolve 14 software. Beta 3 provides improved performance and bug fixes for DaVinci Resolve 14. including improved facial refinement and timeline compare tools, floating window for data burn in and more! Get the new version here. [source]

Faceware Technologies releases Faceware Live 2.5
[permalink] 24.05.2017

Faceware Technologies Faceware Live 2.5 video Faceware Technologies, provider of markerless 3D facial motion capture solutions, announced that its Faceware Interactive division has upgraded and released version 2.5 of its real-time facial mocap and animation product, Faceware Live. The latest upgrades are the result of advancements in the consumer-grade facial tracking technology developed by Faceware's parent company, Image Metrics, which has been used in successful apps like L'Oreal's MakeupGenius and Nissan's Die Hard Fan, and which now has been incorporated into Faceware Live. New version adds animation preview characters, more stable tracking, and the ability to amplify or suppress a specific motion, such as an eyebrow raise or smile, during live streaming. A full list of improvements can be found here. [source]

Sony introduces two new wide-angle full-frame E-mount lenses
[permalink] 23.05.2017

Sony SEL1635GM A7R II photo Sony announced two new additions to its growing line-up of full-frame E-mount lenses. The new lenses include the FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM large aperture wide-angle zoom lens (SEL1635GM) and the FE 12-24mm F4 G ultra-wide angle zoom lens (SEL1224G). The SEL1635GM lens brings the high-resolution and beautiful bokeh of Sony's flagship G Master series to a wide 16-35mm focal length for exceptional landscapes, cityscapes, portraits and more, while the new SEL1224G, Sony's widest E-mount full-frame lens to date, offers a dynamic new perspective for all Sony E-mount shooters. In total, Sony's full-frame E-mount lens line-up now covers from the ultra-wide 12mm to super-telephoto 800mm (with teleconverter) focal length range. The SEL1635GM will start shipping August 2017 priced at approximately 2,200 USD, the SEL1224G will start shipping July 2017 priced at approximately 1,700 USD. [source]

New ARRI Lightweight Matte Box LMB 4x5
[permalink] 23.05.2017

ARRI LMB 4x5 Lightweight Matte Box photo ARRI introduced the new Lightweight Matte Box LMB 4x5. This modular matte box expands on the feature set and creative possibilities of the popular LMB-25 while retaining an entry-level price tag. Suited for a wide range of applications in just one product, this robust but lightweight matte box allows for an unprecedented level of flexibility. It is also highly compatible to legacy accessories; all clamp adapters and filter frames from the former models LMB-5, LMB-15, and LMB-25 are compatible. The LMB 4x5 will be launched at Broadcast Asia in Singapore end of May and directly after at Cine Gear in Los Angeles early June. ARRI is looking forward to the first customer shipment expected in July 2017. [source]

Autodesk teams up with Microsoft Azure to offer scalable cloud rendering
[permalink] 22.05.2017

Microsoft Azure Batch Rendering promo Autodesk announced that it is joining forces with Microsoft Azure to offer customers a new scalable cloud rendering solution with the Microsoft Azure Batch Rendering Platform. Built on the proven Azure Batch platform, this new rendering solution allows Autodesk users to submit their jobs for on-demand rendering directly through Maya, 3ds Max, and Arnold, with pay-per-use billing and custom scalability. To participate in a private preview of the Azure Batch Rendering Platform, please visit rendering.azure.com. [source]

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Panasonic AU-EVA1: Compact 5.7K Super 35mm cinema camera!

Panasonic AU-EVA1 photo side At Cine Gear Expo 2017, Panasonic previewed the AU-EVA1, a new 5.7K EF-Mount cinema camera positioned between the Panasonic Lumix GH5 4K mirrorless camera and the VariCam LT. Compact and lightweight, the EVA1 contains a newly designed 5.7K Super 35mm-sized sensor for capturing true cinematic images, with Dual Native ISO. And like the VariCam lineup of cinema cameras, the EVA1 contains V-Log/V-Gamut capture to deliver high dynamic range and broad colors. Weighing only 2.65-lbs / 1.2 kg (body only), and with a compact form factor as well as a removable handgrip, the EVA1 can be used for efficient handheld shooting applications and can also be mounted on a drone, gimbal rig or jib arm for complex yet smooth camera moves. The camera records to SD cards in several formats and compression rates, and offers up to 10-bit 4:2:2, even in 4K. For high-speed capture, the EVA1 offers 2K up to 240-fps. In terms of bitrates, you can record up to 400-Mbps for robust recording. The EVA1 will ship this Fall for under 8,000 USD (body only). [source]

Free HALion 6 trial version
Steinberg announced the immediate availability of the free HALion 6 trial. [more]
Steinberg Cubase 8.5.30 improves Dorico compatibility, new trial versions
Steinberg released a maintenance update 8.5.30 for Cubase Pro and Artist. [more]
CINEMA 4D Service Release 18 (SP2)
This new service release improves stability and performance of Maxon's CINEMA 4D software for 3D modeling, animation, and rendering. [more]
V-Ray 3.5 for Modo
Chaos Software added new, cutting-edge features to V-Ray for Modo. [more]
Propellerhead releases free Reason 9.5 update with VST support
Propellerhead Software released Reason 9.5, the newest update to its award-winning Reason music production software. [more]
Unreal Engine 4.16 with new Volumetric Fog feature
Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4.16 includes new rendering and animation features, significant performance improvements for mobile and console platforms, and a plethora of quality of life enhancements that will make it even easier to make stunning environments and engaging experiences that run smoothly on a wider variety of platforms. [more]

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