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Steinberg Nuendo 8 preview at next week's GDC!
[permalink] 21.02.2017

Steinberg Nuendo 8 Preview GDC Steinberg will be teaming up with Audiokinetic at the 2017 Game Developers Conference (booth 524, South Hall of the Moscone Center), taking place in San Francisco, CA, to give users a first glimpse of the upcoming release of Steinberg's flagship DAW, Nuendo 8. No new features were unveiled prior to the GDC premiere, but Steinberg is aiming to release the latest iteration of Nuendo this June. [source]

Livestream: New Studio HD550 4K Edition, Mevo and more
[permalink] 13.09.2016

Livestream Studio software screenshotLaunching at IBC 2016, Livestream's portable (Studio HD550) and rackmount (Studio HD51) live production switchers are now available in 4K edition for pre-order. Featuring 5 inputs and one output with full size HDMI and SDI connectors. The 4K Edition also features upgraded hardware all around: 64GB RAM, 8 Core Intel i7 CPU (16 Virtual threads), Windows 10, 2TB SSD drive. Shipping in November 2016. Also on display in the Livestream booth at IBC 2016 is Livestream Studio 4 software, with support for Facebook Live and the new Mevo camera. Studio 4 also offers 4K crop technology, allowing producers to turn any single camera feed into a multi-camera shoot. [source]

Boris FX and GenArts announce merger
[permalink] 12.09.2016

BorisFX BCC Continuum Complete Nuke OFX OpenFX Boris FX has signed a definitive agreement to acquire GenArts Inc., developers of premium special effects plug-ins. GenArts' renowned flagship product, Sapphire, is a gold standard for high-end visual effects creation at leading film studios and broadcast facilities around the world. Since 1996, Sapphire effects have been used in Oscar-nominated films, and numerous award-winning television shows. Sapphire will continue to be developed and sold in its current form alongside flagship products Boris Continuum Complete (BCC) and mocha Pro, creating a powerful complement to applications from Adobe, Apple, Avid, Autodesk, Blackmagic Design and others. Boris FX also announced Boris Continuum Complete (BCC) 10 for NUKE. Following successful releases in 2016 for Avid, Adobe, Apple, and OFX hosts (Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve and Sony Vegas Pro), BCC 10 for OFX brings the industry's most complete plug-in collection for visual effects, title design, digital beauty work, and image restoration to NUKE from The Foundry. Attendees visiting the IBC tradeshow in Amsterdam will have the opportunity to meet with teams from both GenArts and Boris FX and preview the latest new products and technology for professional post-production. Boris FX/Imagineer can be found at Booth 7.K29 and GenArts at Booth 7.J05. [source]

Blackmagic Design acquires Ultimatte and Fairlight!
[permalink] 12.09.2016

Blackmagic Design Ultimatte IBC 2016 Blackmagic Design, makers of hardware and software for professional video post/production, announced it has acquired Ultimatte -- the worldwide leader in blue and green screen removal technology -- and Fairlight , which creates professional digital audio products for live broadcast event production, film and television post production. Transaction details were not disclosed. Blackmagic Design also announced new DeckLink Mini Monitor 4K and DeckLink Mini Recorder 4K PCIe capture cards that include all the features of the HD models plus new Ultra HD and HDR (high dynamic range) features, and are available now for 195 USD each. Also announced were: Teranex AV, a new broadcast quality standards converter designed specifically for AV professionals, and shipping this September for 1,695 USD; a new low price for the HyperDeck Studio 12G solid state recorder of only 1,495 USD; a major new update for Blackmagic Video Assist 4K camera monitor/recorder that dramatically improves DNxHD and DNxHR support, adds false color monitoring, expanded focus options and new screen rotation features; and a new DaVinci Resolve 12.5.2 update featuring support for additional URSA Mini camera metadata, color space tags on QuickTime export, Fusion Connect for Linux, advanced filtering options and more. All the new products are demonstrated at IBC on the Blackmagic Design booth in Hall 7, Stand 7 H.20. [source]

ARRI completes ALEXA SXT development
[permalink] 09.09.2016

Arri ALEXA SXT Plus photo ARRI announced that development of the ALEXA SXT cameras (Super Xtended Technology) is completed. ARRI will now make good on its promise to provide upgrades to all ALEXA XT EV, ALEXA XT Plus and ALEXA XT Studio cameras shipped in 2015 and 2016. In addition to the originally promised upgrade program of a free-of-charge upgrade to SXT in Munich, ARRI has equipped its service stations in London, Los Angeles, New York, Beijing, Hong Kong and Mumbai to perform the upgrade. For those who received their XT camera before 2015, a paid-for upgrade option to a full SXT is also available. While keeping the sensor and user interface of the original ALEXA design, the capabilities of ALEXA SXT cameras (ALEXA SXT EV, ALEXA SXT Plus and ALEXA SXT Studio) have been greatly extended. Equipped with the powerful electronics and sophisticated image processing of the ALEXA 65, SXT cameras can manage more recording formats and handle more processor-intensive tasks such as calculating looks with 3D LUTs or color space conversions to Rec 2020, all in real time. The new ARRI look management offers a wide range of unique looks while making it easy to maintain and share the cinematographers intended look on set, in dailies and in editing. An optional mild noise reduction helps when shooting in low light. The new media bay can accept a wide range of media, including SxS PRO cards, SxS PRO+ cards, CFast 2.0 cards, XR Capture Drives and the new, high-performance SXR Capture Drives. [source]

Sigma Cine Lenses
[permalink] 09.09.2016

Sigma Cine Lenses photo The Sigma Corporation announced that it will enter into the cinema lens market with the release of its Sigma Cine Lenses, designed specifically for cinematography. At first, Sigma will release two zoom lenses in Japan and the USA for EF and E mount camera systems. Furthermore, another zoom lens and five prime lenses will be released to the market in sequence from 2017 onward. Sigma plans to develop additional zoom and prime lenses as well as add support for PL mount camera systems. The High Speed Zoom Line, consisting of 18-35mm and 50-100mm models, offers constant aperture of T2 throughout the zoom range, and the optical performance for high-resolution 6K -- 8K video. More about planned lenses here. No pricing has been announced, yet. [source]

Autodesk announces Flame 2017 Extension 1 at IBC 2016
[permalink] 09.09.2016

Autodesk Flame 2017 Extension 1 screenshot At IBC 2016, Autodesk announced Flame 2017 family Extension 1 release for professional 3D visual effects, compositing and finishing. The update includes new 3D scene navigation features and enhancements, collaborative workflow enhancements for working with Autodesk and third-party 3D animation tools, a new way of working with multichannel (EXR) render passes, render quality improvements, better color management and batch compositing enhancements including a new compass tool. New Maya-inspired 3D scene navigation and manipulators make Action more fluid for modeling, selecting geometries and modifying complex scenes, while a new FBX scene export feature adds improved compatibility with Autodesk Maya and third party 3D animation software. Flame artists can now export complex projects -- including geometries, deformed surfaces and textures as well as object animation and timing -- facilitating more collaborative workflows. Flame Family 2017 Extension 1 will be available globally via subscription on October 13, 2016. [source]

Avid supports Panasonic AVC Ultra-LongG format
[permalink] 09.09.2016

Avid Media Composer 7 screenshotAvid announced the availability of the first MediaCentral Platform solutions that support the Panasonic AVC Ultra-LongG video format. Through the openness of Avid Everywhere, the popular format is now fully integrated into Media Composer, Interplay Production, AirSpeed 5500, Interplay MAM, Avid NEXIS, Avid MediaCentral UX, and Media Director. By leveraging this format and these solutions, broadcasters can streamline their entire workflow from ingest to final delivery while lowering storage and networking requirements. Avid is the first to support this format fully, releasing new product updates that offer an end-to-end LongG workflow across the Avid MediaCentral Platform. Avid's unique splicing of AVC Ultra-LongG streams is an industry first capability, allowing for changes to be made to existing sequences without requiring a full re-encode upon playout or consolidation. [source]

Panasonic and Codex to introduce new RAW VariCam system at IBC 2016
[permalink] 08.09.2016

Panasonic VariCam Pure Codex V-RAW 2.0 photo Panasonic will introduce a new version of the VariCam 35 at IBC 2016, featuring a jointly developed Codex recorder capable of uncompressed, 4K RAW acquisition. The VariCam Pure is the latest addition to the company's family of professional cinematography products. A co-production between Panasonic and Codex, it couples the existing VariCam 35 camera head with a new Codex V-RAW 2.0 recorder, ideal for episodic television shows and features. The V-RAW 2.0 recorder attaches directly to the back of the VariCam 35 camera head. As a result, the camera retains the same Super 35 sensor, 14+ stops of latitude and dual native ISO as the original VariCam 35, but is os smaller size and weigth. The V-RAW 2.0 recorder for VariCam is scheduled for release at the end of 2016 for under 30,000 EUR. The camera will be showcased at IBC 2016 on Stand C45, Hall 11. [source]

Adobe IBC Reveal 2016
[permalink] 07.09.2016

Adobe IBC Reveal 2016 video Adobe will reveal new features coming to Adobe Creative Cloud tools for video editing, motion graphics/VFX, and audio. At IBC 2016 tradeshow, customers will see updated tools and brand new workflows demonstrated at Adobe's booth in Hall 7, Stand 7.G27 in the RAI Amsterdam Convention Center and at over 100 partner booths from September 9-13. In the next release of Creative Cloud, users will find that sharing video projects across workgroups and workstations has never been easier with new Team Projects. Built on Adobe Anywhere technology, Team Projects is a hosted collaboration service that allows editors and motion graphics artists to work simultaneously in shared team projects within Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Adobe Prelude CC. It includes deep collaboration features like version control and smart conflict resolution. The data in Team Projects is securely hosted in the cloud and media files referenced by Team Projects can be locally stored source files, or lightweight proxies shared via Creative Cloud. [source]

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Arturia MiniBrute 2 semi-modular analog synthesizer coming this February

Arturia MiniBrute 2 Into Video Arturia announced the imminent release of a new synthesizer, one of three new products which will all be available at stores from late February 2018. MiniBrute 2 is a 25-key analog monosynth with semi-modular architecture, bridging the gap between the traditional synthesizer instruments and the world of modular. MiniBrute 2 shares many of the same iconic features that made its predecessor a success, including mixable oscillators, the acidic Steiner-Parker filter, and the chaotic Brute Factor. While keeping many of its signature elements, the tone-shaping potential of MiniBrute 2 has been almost exponentially increased. The re-imagined MiniBrute now features semi-modular architecture, adding a comprehensive CV/Gate patch matrix that allows users to both rework its internal signal routing, but also expand into the world of modular. It also features the same high quality, aftertouch-enabled keybed found in their flagship MatrixBrute synth. [source]

Steinberg WaveLab 9.5 trial version now available
Steinberg announced the immediate availability of the free trial versions of WaveLab Pro 9. [more]
Grass Valley EDIUS 9 demo version
Grass Valley launched EDIUS 9, new version of its popular Windows-based video editing platform. [more]
Brainworx brings British E-Series console to the masses
Plug-in developer Brainworx announced the availability of bx_console E -- their flagship plug-in that pairs a 72-channel emulation of the high-end, hit-making British E-Series console complete with comprehensive compressor/limiter, expander/gate, four-band parametric EQ, and wide-ranging filter sections, together with flexible signal routing, just like the original console. [more]
Boris Continuum 11.0.2 adds FCP X support and speed improvements
The new, free Boris Continuum 11.0.2 update adds support for Apple FCP X and Motion 5 as well as speed improvements to the VR Unit, Title Studio, and 3D Objects, plus new Title Studio presets. [more]
Red Giant Universe 2.2.2 with DaVinci Resolve 14 support
Red Giant Software released Universe 2.2.2, an update to Red Giant Universe, its GPU-accelerated plug-ins for editors and motion graphics artists. [more]
NewTek ships LightWave 3D 2018
NewTek, Inc., announced availability of LightWave 2018, the new iteration of their comprehensive 3D animation system. [more]

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