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With the introduction of Sony's 4:4:4 RGB HDCAM SR recorder in 2003, the take on tape changed it was no longer yesterday's format. The post industry became...

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In the beginning, it was known as FutureSplash, the product of a small startup that had come up with a way to deliver animation to dog-slow computers...

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After all the so-called religious battles over film vs. HD (to borrow a quote from Larry Thorpe (or was that Oscar Wilde?), it seems appropriate to see...

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Like many of you, I cut my teeth in the video business more years ago than I care to remember. But I do remember threading up a 3/4in. video tape recorder,...

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Filming Miami Vice for director Michael Mann would have been difficult even under the best of circum-stances. After all, the crew was charged with capturing...

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We have all upscaled images in Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Combustion, or other image editors, so we expect enlarging PAL or NTSC footage to HD to produce...

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