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The Drive "pulls back the curtain" and provides viewers with a rare look into what a nationally-ranked college football team goes through on their quest for a Pac-12 Championship. Fans get to go "under the helmet" to learn the players personalities and personal stories. Catch up with Senior Coordinating Producer, Michael Tolajian, as he shows viewers much more than they could ever see by just watching the game broadcasts.
Let’s say you just bought the Sony PXW-X70 Professional XDCAM Compact Camcorder and are stoked about the high quality videos you will be capable of producing. You know this will result in crystal clear productions for your clients and an improved portfolio for your website.
Well, that didn’t take long. Atomos dropped an early announcement prior to the show open. The calibrated Sumo 19” Recorder/Monitor/Switcher has all the potential to be a real game changer for maybe every segment of the production market today.
This year might just be getting warmed up, but one of the largest gatherings of music and audio professionals is ready to get things going. With tons of exhibitors and scores (sorry, another bad pun) of workshops, meetings, and award ceremonies the 2018 NAMM show is bound to have something for everyone under the roof of the Anaheim convention center.
You know sometimes we make such a big deal out of cinematic production that it has been said we forget about the importance of audio. I don’t think that is true at all. If anything, we should spend a lot more time thinking these days about how the audio plays such a big part in the whole production process. Which mics are we going to use? What sound fx? Who is doing the music? Is it an original score? All those questions must be answered because audio matters.
Today’s reality TV productions are ambitious in their size and tight broadcast schedules, requiring a multitude of impressive engineering feats. When not tracking every move of a housewife, psychic medium or celebrity, other shows such as Hell’s Kitchen, America’s Got Talent or The Voice closely follow the progress of contestants and are broken up into segments: the documentary portions that tell the back stories of contestants, the behind-the- scenes shots that show the contestants preparing for the competition, and then the (sometimes live, sometimes not) actual competition portion itself.
At Stambol Studios, we know the buzz about Virtual Reality in entertainment is far from over. As production professionals, you’ve probably been scoping out the gear coming onto the market and thinking about how 360 degree and VR storytelling fits into the future of filmmaking. We know you'll be looking for a broad range of products for a variety of applications - from high end studio projects to edgy indie film makers on a tight budget.
Virtual Reality has made a lot of progress working into the production cycle. The ultimate goal is to then get the show or product to the end user. Setting up for the production of a VR program, whether being live-streamed or recorded, takes on some challenges that are different than traditional production.
So far this year, Blackmagic has come out with some pretty innovative products quickly making buzz in our industry. Get an inside look at their stunning studio camera, the URSA & Resolve 11, from Blackmagic's Prez, Dan May.
Why YouTube? YouTube gives us the opportunity to upload videos from our own offices or even bedrooms and reach a large number of people across the world. The best part about it is the fact that you can reach a very targeted audience and be extremely specific on what the topic of the videos are about. You can be a large company or an individual and you can be guaranteed to have an audience, providing you do things a certain way.