Fraunhofer IIS has unveiled new innovative camera and acquisition technologies for high dynamic range video at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam. The Institute is introducing two different ways for HDR imaging: a specialized HDR camera and new camera array to provide brilliant HDR images for the most challenging lighting conditions on set.
Production & Post-Production
Band Pro Film & Digital today announced the opening of their newest location, Band Pro South. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Band Pro South will be overseen by broadcast professional and longtime Atlanta resident, Phillip Ghee.
Spanish developer SGO will receive the International 3D Society's 3D Technology Lumiere Award for its Mistika finishing and color grading system for advancements in stereo 3D and ultra HD technology.
Antonio M. Perez, Kodak chairman and chief executive officer, has announced the company’s emergence from Chapter 11 as a reorganized company, following completion of the final steps in the restructuring process.
Band Pro Film & Digital will screen the 4K short film Viewing the Night Sky in Summer in Amsterdam at the 2013 International Broadcasters Convention.
Later this year Band Pro Film & Digital will release the new, Summicron cinema lenses prototypes of which premiered at NAB 2013.
Assimilate has announced the launch of Scratch Play, the world’s first truly comprehensive, no-cost media player. Scratch Play supports Raw footage from cinematic and DSLR cameras, formats commonly found in VFX and editorial pipelines, and those found across the web.
While filming his second commercial spot for the upscale fast-food Southeast-based company, Backyard Burger, Jon Chema faced both a tight budget and the challenge of wrangling a real live untrained cow.
Athena Studios, Emeryville, California, which specializes in production services for film and multimedia clients, has obtained the feature film rights to the award-winning children’s Christmas book Auntie Claus by author Elise Primavera. The announcement was made today by Jon V. Peters, CEO/founder, Athena Studios.
John Powell relies on Lexicon for movie music.