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NAB 2004: Ready for Change? 

By S. D. Katz, D. W. Leitner, Dan Ochiva, Bob Turner

With so much concern over the past year focused on the economic health of the production...
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NAB 2004: Graphics, Effects, and Animation 

By S. D. Katz

If you want a real preview of NAB 2004 go to Circuit City or the electronics department in Wal-Mart. Americans are buying large screen TVs, micro-projection displays, picture phones, digital cameras, hard disk-based recorders like TiVo, and of course DVDs in large numbers....

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NAB 2003 

While a few thousands fewer turned up at April's annual National Association of Broadcasters convention, neither war nor virus held back a burst of new, innovative hardware and software. Crowds jammed press conferences and booth demos to hear about video acquisition gear employing 35mm-sized CCDs (Dalsa), Blu-ray optical disc recording (Sony), and Flash RAM-based recording systems (Panasonic).......

A Sense of Siggraph 

Cynthia Wisehart, Editor

The film that will close this year's Electronic Theater at Siggraph is, for one thing, a 15-plus-minute movie. Even those who love and study animation...

NAB’s Editing Highlights 

By Bob Turner

By now you have heard all the excitement generated by Avid's new Xpress Pro, Media Composer Adrenaline, and DS Nitris products. And the oohs and ahs of Final Cut Pro 4—especially when combined with one of the several......

NAB 2003: Where's the Beef? 

By Pete Putman, CTS

The 2003 NAB conference was quite a trip. With concerns about SARS and the military action in Iraq, attendance appeared to be down again from last year, but not significantly. Numbers in the range of 90,000 for attendance were heard from various parties......

NAB Shoot 

By Steve Mullen

THERE'S NO DOUBT THAT THREE YEARS OF RECESSION has taken its toll on the video industry — and those of us who cover it. Nevertheless, the camera manufacturers announced several exciting new products at their pre-NAB press conferences. Interestingly, two announcements were of new HD camcorders — one more than $115,000 and one less than $4,000....

NAB Edit 

By Bob Turner

NAB 2003 WILL FEATURE NEW FORMATS, NEW CONNECtivity technology, new workflows, new storage solutions, and most importantly, new products. I expect more than 500 nonlinear editors and compositors at this convention. The new trends include new low-cost high definition technologies, such as JVC's new HD format and Windows Media 9 HD editing capabilities....

NAB 2003 

Trevor Boyer, Michael Goldman, S. D. Katz, D. W. Leitner, Dan Ochiva, Jon Silberg, Bob Turner

With another NAB confab at hand, it's always tempting to try to sum up the state of the industry. Some think, there are plenty of reasons to be glum. The economy is still in a slump; many small and mid-size operations struggle to stay afloat. A trip to Las Vegas for the industry's annual schmooze-and-new-products fest might be downright depressing....

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