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Encoding Best Practices, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the previous installment, you read about which streaming codecs major broadcasters and corporate producers were using. Now you’ll see the results of some quality comparisons that I presented at Streaming Media East in New York last month...

Format Freedom with P2 Documentary 

By Michael Goldman

The steroid documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster gained attention at the Sundance Film Festival for its topical subject matter, and was eventually purchased for distribution by mogul Mark Cuban. ...

Encoding Best Practices, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

This month I take a break from our HD production chores to look at streaming-related issues. In this first installment, I’ll share the results of a survey I recently completed that details the best practices of high-profile broadcast and corporate streaming producers, examining options such as codec choice, video resolution, audio and video data rates, and frame rate...

Software Field Monitors, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

As I discussed last issue, one of the coolest product categories in the HDV@Work space is software programs that provide video scopes, a large preview monitor, direct-to-disc recording capabilities (DDR), and other features. In this issue, we'll take a closer look at two products in that category. Adobe OnLocation CS3 is the grandfather of software field monitors...

Tattersall’s Latest Digital Adventure 

By Michael Goldman

Cinematographer David Tattersall was a logical choice to shoot the live-action chunks seen in Speed Racer for the Wachowski brothers, using Sony’s F23 digital cinema camera system, given his background shooting the second Star Wars trilogy digitally for George Lucas in recent years. ...

Red Digital Cinema Workflow Case Study  

STAFF REPORT

Director Brandon Dickerson had seven days to shoot and post the music video promo for the upcoming Disney release The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. ...

Software Field Monitors, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

One of the coolest product categories in the HDV@Work space is software programs that provide video scopes, a large preview monitor, direct-to-disc recording capabilities (DDR), and other features. In this issue, I'll introduce you to the category of products and illustrate and explain some of their benefits...

NAB 2008 Wrap-up 

By D. W. Leitner, Jan Ozer, and Dan Ochiva

Upstarts Red Digital Cinema, Iconix, and Vision Research were responsible for some of the most arresting developments in cameras...

Production and Post at NAB 2008  

By D. W. Leitner and Dan Ochiva

At this, the final NAB Show of the analog era (the NTSC shut-off is Feb. 17, 2009), issues surrounding the fourth screen took on new urgency, as a simultaneous...

Art Imitates Life  

By Cynthia Wisehart

The bald eagle needed a few minutes to practice; his handler asked for quiet from the gathering crowd...

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