Adobe will be showing updates to its range of video tools at IBC this weekend, including over 150 new features for Adobe Creative Cloud and important enhancements to Adobe Anywhere for video
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The DataRoom will provide a central London data centre for render farms, storage and private cloud applications for VFX and Post Production companies
Nvizible is working on VFX for UK sci-fi film, Our Robot Overlords, starring Gillian Anderson and Sir Ben Kingsley
Sony is adding a new wireless adapter to its XDCAM camcorders, the CBK-WA100, for transmission of content over a wireless networ
Lower price for 2.5K digital camer
Sony and Panasonic have just agreed to jointly develop an optical disc with recording capacity of at least 300GB by the end of 2015.
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of the Adobe Anywhere for video collaboration system, initially previewed at NAB.
Adobe has revealed technology previews to round off its MAX 2013 conference, which saw updates to its creative tools and new cloud-connected hardware
Adobe has revealed significant updates to its video products and officially launched Adobe Anywhere for Video in preparation for NAB.
Additional funding for R&D and Skills and public consultation on support for VFX through the tax system
Visual computing appliance enables ultra-fast GPU performance for graphics, film and and games development to networked users
Park Road Post has revealed the impact of SGO’s Mistika on the innovative workflow which helped enable The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey to be delivered in 3D and 48 frames per second
Sony has unveiled 2 new CineAlta 4K cameras, complemented by new accessories, new recording format and lenses, as well as a 4K Raw path for the FS700E
VFX technology innovator The Foundry and 3D modelling/rendering specialist Luxology have joined forces
Adobe unveils a collaborative video platform to allow Premiere Pro, After Effects and Adobe Prelude users to work together using centralised media and assets.