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Date: 2012-06-26
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The Film Bakery Gets Cooking with Blackmagic Design and Qantas
The Film Bakery recently teamed up with Qantas to release an hour long independent documentary, now airing on The History Channel, about Australia's national airline. The purpose of creating "Qantas: From the Outback to the World" was to bring archived material together to tell a cohesive story about the major airline's humble beginnings, while still maintaining the aspect of age.
Building Broadcast Communities: From Public Access to Educational Institutions in New York State with Blackmagic Design
One project was the creation of an HD studio for Albany Public Access, which was recently completed by CineDV Productions. Albany Community Television "brings transparency to the Capital District" by streaming programming, which includes weekly live broadcasts of City Hall meetings, on cable and online, with the help of a Blackmagic Design ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher. The ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher was a high quality solution that provided Albany Public Access with a wide range of inputs, outputs and effects. It gave them a switching network that rivaled larger broadcasters, for less than $3,000.

Apple Cooks up DIY iOS Apps
A recent Apple patent application could flatten the iOS learning curve to the point that even novices can crank out apps. Here, three developers weigh in on how the proposed tool could affect the iOS ecosystem.
The Panasonic AC160
A lot of camera for a pretty good price
The Panasonic AC160 really surprised me, and not because I wasn't expecting such high quality -- I was -- but because for the price point (between $4100 and $4799), I was sort of expecting a small camera, like the Sony NX5U or some of the smaller Canons. This is a larger, but not heavy, handheld camera that's about the same size as the Panasonic HPX250. Images are crisp in full HD 1080p, the controls are simple to use and it does well in low light with its 1/3-inch 3-MOS sensors, and you easily can customize looks. The multiple frame rate and recording options are also superb, helping make this a quality camera for shooters involved with film, run-and-gun video, documentaries and more.
GoDaddy Abandons Sexy Danica Patrick Ads
GoDaddy is abandoning its sexy advertisements in favor of more conservative, business-like spots. Danica Patrick, who has appeared in 10 Super Bowl commercials for the company, says she supports the shift. But Patrick Jones wonders how a company that sell
Augmented Reality: Expanding the User Experience
An increasingly sophisticated set of augmented reality apps are headed for smartphones and tablets.

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