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Blackmagic Design: DeckLink 4K Pro and UltraStudio 4K Extreme
[permalink] 14.04.2015

Blackmagic UltraStudio 4K Extreme photo Blackmagic Design's portfolio of video capture and playback products grew bigger with two new 12G-SDI products, DeckLink 4K Pro and UltraStudio 4K Extreme. DeckLink 4K Pro is a new dual link 12G-SDI capture and playback card that includes an extremely high performance 8 lane PCI Express Generation 2 connection for dual stream capture and playback of high frame rate Ultra HD and 4K video up to 2160p60. The new DeckLink 4K Pro is designed for high end digital cinema work and features two full frame DCI 4K inputs and outputs. The card has four multi rate 12G-SDI connections, 2 in, 2 out, and a reference input. It can be used to capture video in full 10-bit YUV color or 8-bit, 10-bit and 12-bit RGB color. DeckLink 4K Pro will be available in May for $595 US. UltraStudio 4K Extreme is an advanced Thunderbolt video capture and playback solution. UltraStudio 4K Extreme features many type of video connections including quad link 12G-SDI, HDMI 2.0 and more, plus it includes a built-in multi format hardware codec. UltraStudio 4K Extreme is designed to work all the way up to 3D stereoscopic 4K at 2160p60 and will be available in June for $2,995 US. [source]

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New 'Micro' cameras from Blackmagic Design
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera photo Blackmagic Design adds two new miniature models to its line of digital cameras, Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K, and Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera. Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is a miniaturized Super 16mm professional digital film camera with a revolutionary new expansion port that lets customers use PWM and S.Bus model airplane remote controls to operate the camera wirelessly for capturing action anywhere. These radio control receivers are low cost because they are consumer hobby products and they feature multiple channels that can be connected direct to the camera itself. This means these channels can be mapped to any camera or lens setting in the camera and then remote controlled via the radio controller. Customers can then remote control features such as iris, focus, audio levels, and start and stop recording all remotely. Because a standard easy to solder DB-HD15 connector is used, even simple wire cables and switches can be created for controlling the cameras. The miniaturized design of the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera features a body that is not much larger than the Micro Four Thirds lens mount, making it as small as a camera with a professional lens can be. The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is perfect for use on quadcopters, as a crash cam, or even hidden on set for reality TV. The camera features a global shutter, 1080 HD resolution, and built-in recorder that saves lossless 12-bit log CinemaDNG RAW and broadcast quality Apple ProRes files to SD cards. Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera will be available in July for $995 US. The Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K is a tiny Ultra HD and HD studio camera for live production. It is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and features a broadcast grade Ultra HD sensor. It also features a built-in color corrector, talkback, tally indicator, PTZ control output, B4 lens control output, and an extremely flexible MFT lens mount that is easily converted to other lens mounts via third party adapters. Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K will be available in July for $1,295 US. [source]

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Blackmagic Video Assist
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Blackmagic Video Assist photo The newly announced Blackmagic Video Assist is a portable, all in one professional monitor and video recorder that can be used with any SDI or HDMI camera. Durable and lightweight, the Blackmagic Video Assist features a bright, 5 inch high resolution 1920 x 1080 HD monitor and touchscreen with a wide 135 degrees viewing angle. Customers can record broadcast quality 10-bit 4:2:2 video onto fast, inexpensive and widely available SD cards in Apple ProRes and DNxHD file formats. It includes 2 standard LP-E6 battery slots allowing hot swapping of batteries while in use, and it can be powered using the 12V DC input. The built in touchscreen lets customers use simple swipe gestures to display camera information, change settings and evaluate audio and video levels. Blackmagic Video Assist features an elegant, semi-transparent heads up display overlay that let's customers keep their eyes on the shoot while changing formats, viewing the current input frame rate, histogram, audio meters, timecode and more. Blackmagic Video Assist will be available in July for $495 US from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide. [source]

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Media Composer First, a free version of Avid's NLE
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Avid Media Composer 7 screenshotAvid is introducing a completely free version of the legendary Media Composer software! The free version is called Media Composer First, and it is a fully capable, yet simple non-linear video editing software. Media Composer First is coming later in 2015, with a feature set yet to be announced. According to Avid: At this time we aren't releasing detailed information on the feature set, as Media Composer First is still in development [...]. However you can expect a limited feature set that makes [it] less intimidating to new users, but also less appealing to power users. You can expect fewer settings, menus, timeline tracks, monitor features, bin features, titling features, effects and other features than the full Media Composer. You can also expect that [it] won't work with Avid Interplay Production, Interplay MAM, or MediaCentral UX, and that shared projects won't be supported on ISIS storage systems. In addition, all projects will be stored in the cloud, and you'll get a limited number of projects and a limited amount of cloud storage space. [source]

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Avid to acquire Orad
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Orad logo Avid announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Orad Hi-Tec Systems Ltd., a Frankfurt stock exchange-listed public company with its headquarters in Kfar Saba, Israel, for 5.67 EUR per share in an all-cash transaction. Orad is a leading provider of state-of-the-art 3D real-time graphics, video servers and related asset management solutions. The acquisition is consistent with Avid's stated growth strategy and Avid believes it will continue to deliver on the company's Avid Everywhere vision, by adding key content creation and media management solutions to the Avid MediaCentral Platform. [source]

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Avid announces new Sibelius notation software with flexible licensing
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Avid Sibelius screenshot 8 The next generation of Sibelius, Avid's best-selling music composition and notation software, introduces affordable licensing and subscription options that give customers greater flexibility in how they acquire and use the software. The release also offers new workflow features and brings Sibelius onto the Avid MediaCentral Platform, helping composers connect with consumers more powerfully, efficiently, collaboratively, and profitably. Customers can now choose to access Sibelius through affordable monthly and annual subscriptions, purchase the software outright, or manage multiple copies with Sibelius network licensing. All options include an Avid upgrade plan, enabling customers to stay current with the latest version of Sibelius and get Avid Standard Support. Because Sibelius is now on the Avid MediaCentral Platform, it enables users to seamlessly integrate into any music, movie, or television production workflow. After scores are composed in Sibelius, they can be easily moved to industry-standard Pro Tools to build cues to picture. Scores can be printed or shared with musicians digitally using the Avid Scorch app for iPad. And composers can sell their work by delivering scores to music publishers for worldwide sale using the new Sibelius Cloud Publishing technology. The latest Sibelius also introduces innovative new features that enhance the creative process, enabling composers to write music with a pen on the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet, streamline collaboration by using the new Annotate feature to add notes, edits, and instructions directly on the score for others to review, interact with scores intuitively using multi-touch gestures like pinch-zoom, and work faster and see more detail with the updated Windows interface. The new Sibelius will be available in Q2 2015. [source]

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NewTek 3Play Mini, network-style sports productions anywhere
[permalink] 13.04.2015

NewTek 3Play Mini photo NewTek's 3Play Mini is the world's only sports production suite you can carry anywhere. This lightweight portable device allows sports video producers to add professional quality instant replay, slow motion, sophisticated transition effects and a broad range of other integrated production capabilities to their shows without being constrained by space, location or cost. Unlike expensive replay systems and stacks of complex components, 3Play Mini is powerful enough to drive your entire show, or plug into a switcher or video board and turn any production into amazing fan experiences that help attract big audiences, advertisers and sponsors. Anyone using up to four off-the-shelf HDMI cameras can produce multiple angle slow motion instant replays, edit highlights, roll stored video packages, create effects and transitions, publish to social media and much more. Out of the box, operators can control 3Play Mini with almost any touchscreen wireless mobile device or use an optional 3Play control surface. 3Play Mini is available immediately for $9,995 US US MSRP. An optional control surface is available for $2,995 US MSRP. [source]

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NewTek debuts TriCaster Advanced Edition software at NAB 2015
[permalink] 13.04.2015

NewTek TriCaster Advanced Edition screenshot NewTek introduced TriCaster Advanced Edition, an option available for TriCaster Mini through TriCaster 8000, capable of elevating productions to new heights of connectivity, creativity, and efficiency. More than 60 new major capabilities and enhancements in TriCaster Advanced Edition help multiply audiences, streamline repetitive tasks, and make productions more riveting in an ever-more-connected world. Automated real-time data-driven graphics, new IP workflows, advanced automation, multi-platform streaming, social and web publishing, terrific in-show replay features, enhanced multimedia mixing, sophisticated production elements and more will transform everyday productions into state-of-the-art viewing, in addition to the functionality already provided by TriCaster. With TriCaster Advanced Edition, producers can create more masterful multi-camera video programming without needing to invest in multiple devices or additional systems. TriCaster Advanced Edition is available now as a one-time purchase at $1,495 US MSRP. TriCaster Advanced Edition is compatible with TriCaster 8000, TriCaster 860, TriCaster 460, TriCaster 410 and TriCaster Mini. [source]

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Autodesk unveils 2016 Media and Entertainment software
[permalink] 13.04.2015

Autodesk 3ds Max 2016 video Autodesk announced new version of its M&E software, including updates to the Flame Family and Entertainment Creation Suite. This year, the 2016 3D animation portfolio is stronger than ever with significant updates to Maya and 3ds Max. Each release includes new features and improvements designed to boost performance, collaboration and simplify daily operations for advanced creativity. Maya 2016 features supercharged animation performance with a parallel evaluation system taking advantage of the CPU and GPU to increase the speed of both playback and character rig manipulation; an all new look and feel, and the updated hypershade showcase improve ease of use and artist-friendly workflows; and new capabilities in Bifrost, including adaptive foam and guided simulations. 3ds Max 2016 adds procedural content creation; a new node-based content and tool creation toolkit Max Creation Graph; new XRef renovations designed to e xternally reference objects to scenes and animate/edit material on the XRef object in the source file without having to merge the object into the scene; as well as new intuitive Design Workspace and Template Systems. The 2016 Entertainment Creation Suite includes all the new features and updates to Maya 2016 and 3ds Max 2016, in addition to updates and enhancements in Mudbox 2016 (new sculpting tools and relax brush for smoothing surfaces) and MotionBuilder 2016 (story tool updates and enhancements). The new releases of Flame and Flame Premium provide customers with Lightbox, an interactive GPU shader toolkit for 3D color correction; Matchbox in Action that applies fast, interactive Matchbox shaders to texture maps/textures; and color management workflow enhancements. See details and purchasing options here. [source]

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The Foundry enhances NUKE STUDIO, showcases new features at NAB 2015
[permalink] 10.04.2015

The Foundry NUKE STUDIO videoThe Foundry's NUKE STUDIO, a powerful node-based VFX, editorial and finishing studio, provides unmatched review capabilities for creative individuals working independently as well as collaborative teams working on quick-turnaround projects. The Foundry will demonstrate the new features at NAB, Lower South Hall at booth SL 6329, as well as broadcast them during a live stream on Tuesday. NUKE STUDIO's new features, expected to be commercially available this summer, include: Multiple overlay tracks and blending modes in the timeline, which give users access to even more familiar editing tools, and make editorial effects like adding insets and product logos, simple, fast and real-time; enhanced audio editorial tools, which let users view an audio tracks waveform within the timeline and apply cross fades and fade in/out to audio tracks using handles; burn-in soft effect added to the real-time in-timeline effects in NUKE STUDIO, which lets users quickly and easily add review information like time codes, clip name and project name directly in the timeline; XML and AAF support for grades, non-linear retimes, transforms and cropping; native support for stereo playback, both in application and through SDI out; and more. [source]

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Panavision DXL, new 8K cinema camera with RED sensor
02.06.2016

Panavision DXL 8K Camera promo The newly introduced Panavision DXL digital cinema camera features a large, high resolution 16-bit 8K sensor from RED (40.96mm x 21.60mm; 35.5 MP), and delivers 21 megapixel, true 4K anamorphic images, new Light Iron color science at the sensor level, optimizations for Panavision large format lenses including Primo 70 wireless motorized models, as well as open file architecture. The camera features 15 stops of dynamic range, uses SSD drives, and records at max. rates of 60 fps at 8K Full Frame (8192 x 4320) or 75 fps at 8K 2.4:1 (8192 x 3456). It will be available for rental in early 2017. [source]

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Softube Modular out now
Softube's award-winning modeling experts have combined their talents with the legendary Eurorack inventors at Doepfer and the top minds at powerhouses like Intellijel. [more]
 
A trio of AAX Crane Song plug-ins to warm up your mix
Crane Song's three unique plug-ins -- Phoenix II, Peacock, and RA -- are for sale on the Avid Marketplace at a 15% discount. [more]
 
The Foundry releases a free version of MARI
The Foundry has announced the launch of MARI Non-commercial. [more]
 
 
AJA Ships KONA IP, releases v12.4 software for KONA, Io and T-TAP
AJA Video Systems released KONA IP, the company's first desktop video and audio I/O product for professional IP-based workflows. [more]
 
Native Instruments releases MASCHINE 2.4.5 update
Native Instruments released the latest free update for their acclaimed MASCHINE family of production tools. [more]
 
Apple previews major update with Mac OS Sierra
Apple previewed macOS Sierra, a major update to its desktop operating system, with new features that make the Mac smarter and more helpful than ever. [more]
 
 

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