ProMAX Systems, makers of high-performance video storage servers, editing workstations and archival appliances, has launched the ProMax One and One+ workstations, which are designed specifically for video editors, colorists, and VFX artists working with 4K workflows.
by Randi AltmanIt’s no longer just about 4K, it’s about 4K and beyond. How does a stock footage company keep up? They become early adopters, that’s how.
by 4KHUB Contributor, Andre ElijahEarlier this week I participated in a panel discussion regarding the history and future of 4K video production: its benefits, drawbacks, and considerations - particularly for the world of broadcast. What I found to be most interesting about the discussion is the fact that more people aren’t taking advantage of 4K or even in a position to know its pros and cons. I’ve personally been wrapped up in my own 4K bubble for years ever since the RED One was first announced.
The deadline and budget were tight. The client, a leading maker of iconic, affordable jeans, wanted stills and a beautifully photographed film-style location-shoot commercial turned around in one day. Learn how the team came though with a remarkable creation.
by 4KHUB contributor, Andy ShipsidesAt AbelCine we host a number of educational events and workshops. I was surprised to discover the high level of interest in acquiring in 4K. We all know that 4K usage is growing, but to have a room full of producers in front of me saying that they are being asked by their clients to deliver 4K really said a lot. The group wanted to understand the workflow implications of acquiring in 4K and what the cost difference would be, especially in terms of storage needs and editing complexity. So the workshop veered in that direction and led to very interesting discussion topics that I thought I’d share with you.
Sony Electronics talks about a range of 4K compatible products and their technologies. These products include the FS700 Camcorder paired with Convergent Design's Odyssey 7Q Recorder, the F5 Camcorder, the F55 Camcorder, Professional & Consumer Displays, and the newly announced A7S.
King Felipe VI succeeded to the throne of Spain on June 19th 2014. The recent 4K production of this historic moment at the coronation Filipe IV was a collaboration between Sony, TVE, Xeltec and Fujinon.
by Dan CoplanI recently did an aerial shoot for Panasonic and the new GH4K in time for a demo at NAB. I’ve been using a Canon DSLR on my midrange octocopter, but was very excited to be able to swap it out for a camera that is very close in size and weight yet shoots the higher resolution. I am most likely going to replace the Canon with the Panasonic as my default camera for that particular setup.
by 4KHUB Contributor, Ken KerschbaumerThe Champions League Final gave UEFA a chance to showcase 4K and Ultra HD, courtesy of a closed-circuit production that made use of Telegenic’s T25 OB and its four Sony F55 cameras coupled with Fuji prime cinema lenses and an Chrosziel adapter that allows full iris and focus control.
David Fincher’s latest feature film, Gone Girl employed the most advanced technical workflows of any film ever produced to date. It marks the first 6K real-time review pipeline in any feature film production. Meet Gone Girl post production engineer, Jeff Brue and assistant editor, Tyler Nelson as they discuss the challenges of shooting in 6K on the RED Dragon camera and more.