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How Portable Devices Are Playing An Important Role In Film Production
Portable devices are making quality film production more flexible and affordable than ever before, but which tools should a budding filmmaker have in mind — and why?
The Reality of Virtual Reality Growth
Virtual Reality is dead. Dead, out, gone. That is what the skeptics love to say in the many articles pointing to the minimal adoption and fiscal progress the industry has made overall. What these skeptics seem to overlook is the fact that this young technology has only just begun the long road of development, and as additional technologies such as augmented reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and hands-free capabilities get factored in, VR will become the next great technology cycle.
Rooster Teeth Refines What it Means to be a Broadcaster in the Digital Age
Rooster Teeth’s Director of Broadcast, Patrick Salazar. An Austin, TX-based production company, Rooster Teeth makes podcasts, animated shows, live action shorts and series, redefining what it means to be a “broadcaster” with its Austin and Los Angeles studios broadcasting content across a multitude of platforms, reaching more than 45 million viewers – its YouTube channel alone has 9.53 million subscribers.
Atomos Unleashes Sumo 19” at NAB 2017
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.
Filmmaker Bing Liu Uses Adobe Premiere for the Coming of Age Documentary "Minding the Gap"
Minding The Gap is a fascinating coming of age documentary featuring the adventures of a group of young male friends as they skate around their hometown in Illinois. But the film is far more than a celebration of skateboarding as a sport and a subculture – it’s also an exploration of male friendship and masculinity crafted by the young men who actually lived it.
A Look Inside ALIBI Music Library
ALIBI's robust, versatile and expertly curated catalog features music and FX produced, structured and crafted for storytelling and is available to license for advertising, trailers, promos, programming, video games, all other forms of multimedia content. Founder/Executive Producer Jonathan Parks talks about how ALIBI Music Library got started and the future of the company.
The Making of Cinematic Short Film ‘We Can’t Go On’: Workflow and Collaboration during Pandemic Times
Haunting short film, “We Can’t Go On” created by creative team Amanda Dreschler and Michael Livingston is screening in Burbank, California on August 25. This production dynamic duo wrote, produced, directed, shot, edited and star in this self-referential and timely study of pandemic life for a filmmaking couple waiting for news.
The Future of Episodic Television: A Working Producer’s Perspective
Everything changes and television is no exception. Online is the new television. The amount of time people spent consuming only video each day jumped 23.3% in 2015 and is set to increase by a further 19.8% in 2016. Advances in technology only boosted this trend with increases in mobile video performance and storage capacities.
How to Tie Up Your Video Marketing Efforts to Your Brand
Recently, brands are shifting their focus towards video marketing due to the rise in people watching video content during the pandemic. In 2021, around 68 percent consumers stated that they preferred to watch videos about products or services over reading articles or going over infographics. This has already led to marketers and brands incorporating it within their strategies.
NAB 2017 Awards of Excellence Winners Take Center Stage
So before we get to our illustrious winners, I think providing a little background is in order. When the ProductionHUB team set out to chose our Award of Excellence Winners it seemed like such a simple task. Slam dunk, 1, 2 3. Hour to pick the winners tops right? That would be such a resounding NO. Everyone (including me) in that room fought tooth and nail to do one thing. That one thing was to get it right. So after a lot of arguing, persuading, and flat out shouting at each other we had our list. Wasn’t easy or very pretty but when the dust settled there it was. There was so many solid products out there, and I won’t lie we all had our own favorites. But that didn’t matter. So,some four arduous hours later we were done. Best of the best. Let’s go!