I was an IBC virgin

By Martina Nilgitsalanont

I recently had the opportunity to attend the IBC show in Amsterdam. My husband, Mike Nuget, was asked to demonstrate workflow and features of FilmLight’s Baselight software, and since I was in between projects — I’m an assistant editor on Showtime’s Billions and will start on Season 4 in early October — we turned his business trip into a bit of a vacation as well. Continue reading

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IBC 2018: Convergence and deep learning

By David Cox

In the 20 years I’ve been traveling to IBC, I’ve tried to seek out new technology, work practices and trends that could benefit my clients and help them be more competitive. One thing that is perennially exciting about this industry is the rapid pace of change. Certainly, from a post production point of view, Continue reading

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Riding the digital storage bus at the HPA Retreat

By Tom Coughlin

At the 2018 HPA Retreat in Palm Desert there were many panels that spoke to the changing requirements for digital storage to support today’s diverse video workflows. While at the show, I happened to snap a picture of the Maxx Digital bus — these guys supply video storage and RAID. Continue reading

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HPA Tech Retreat — Color flow in the desert

By Jesse Korosi

I recently had the opportunity to attend the HPA Tech Retreat in Palm Desert, California, not far from Palm Springs. If you work in post but aren’t familiar with this event, I would highly recommend attending. Once a year, many of the top technologists working in television and feature films get together to share ideas, Continue reading

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