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Date: 2012-02-24
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Sony HDR-PJ760 Camcorder - Australian Exclusive
Bordering between high end consumer and low end professional is the new Sony HDR-PJ760, and it has been packed full of every feature you could possibly think of. Auscam has been lucky enough (or we schmoozed better than anyone else) to get our grubby little hands on a real life version and it is more than fair to say we are impressed.
SCRATCH Lab is Dailies Workflow Powerhouse for New Generation of Digital Cinematography Cameras
ASSIMILATE's Software Enjoys Broad Adoption Across Feature Film, Episodic Television and Commercials Productions
ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH Lab has taken the production dailies market by storm with its power, versatility and affordability. The recent announcements of native support for the new Sony F65 CineAlta( digital motion picture camera, and the breakthrough performance of 48 FPS playback of stereo RED EPIC streams, are just two examples of why Lab has gained favor so quickly on-set. SCRATCH Lab now delivers the most extensive support for production dailies. From RED EPIC, ARRI ALEXA, Sony F65, Phantom and Panasonic P2, to the Canon EOS C300, 5D/7D, and even the GoPro, Lab continues to set the pace for the industry with support for virtually any combination of popular native formats in a single timeline.

Keep Them Interested, Involved
Capture - and Hold - Visitor Attention with Live Messages on Your Digital Display
Video is everywhere - online, on your device, in your place of business. People are finding that static messages are quickly seen, forgotten. If you want your customers, employees, community to spend more time with your messages at your store, business, establishment keep them new, fresh, moving. The new breed of social signage will help you get your message across.
Simple steps for better design
Thou Shall Not Use Comic Sans: 365 Sins and Virtues
"Thou Shall Not Use Comic Sans" is an abbreviated list of graphic design do's and don'ts, published by Peachpit Press / Pearson. As I sit and skim through the compendium of rules set out in this book, I realize that I am breaking article three hundred and eighteen, but only immediately, as I smile, smirk, laugh out loud, and nod in agreement with the words on the pages.
Amazon to Build Three Towers in Seattle
Internet retailer giant Amazon plans to build 3 commercials towers in its headquarter city Seattle. It agreed to buy 3 blocks from the family-owned developer Clise Properties with the option of buying sizable additional blocks nearby. The 3 towers would h
Content Insider #215 - Video Demand
No One Leaves a Good Movie...Not Even A Company Movie
Tellywood is falling all over itself trying to get their content online and make money in the process. They should take a hint from the kids who have put their music, acting, game content online. They've received donations, gathered regular followers and gotten job offers, jobs. While folks fiddle around with their Facebook, Google + and other like/hate pages because they don't have a big budget; others have taken the DIY approach and produced product, application, case study videos and thrown them up on the web to produce company/product interest, sales. If you can afford it, use a professional to help you get your video story out there. If you're on a Ramon Noodle budget see how you can do it yourself. Just tell the story...quickly!

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