Articles by tag: post-production

Direct Connections: How Technology Can Take Media Post-Production to New Heights

Media post-production has undergone many transformations in its storied processes. In an industry where latency, resolution, and massive file size are factors, technology has to keep the pace. But how can workflows improve to reduce time but not quality? Direct Connections host Daniel Litwin welcomed Jim Pace, Owner of Audio Intervisual Design, an AV […]

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In Focus
In Focus: A New Video Production Podcast

On the first episode of In Focus, host Josh Brummett sat down with fellow MarketScale creative Steve Palaia, Senior Creative Lead, to discuss the latest camera technology from Sony and Canon, the future of movie theaters, and the value of having a well-rounded background in the video industry. Palaia tackles a wide array of […]

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CineCast: How Strong Setups Can Enhance Remote Workflows in the Film Industry

Mike Nuget has always been ready to work from home. As a freelance colorist, Nuget often goes to post-production houses to work, but he’s also had a home setup for years with the software he needs to do his job and work with producers and directors all over the globe. With the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Advice for the Long Journey to Assistant Editor

Noah Chamow and Conor Burke share the twists and turns of their post-production careers in this final episode in a three-part series on careers in post-production for CineCast, powered by Cinedeck. Host Shelby Skrhak sat down with the two founders of Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp, an informal education program that teaches the ins and outs of […]

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp Picks Up Where Film School Leaves Off

Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp, a post-production training and education program for industry novices, was born as a way to combat the incredible Catch 22 that green candidates face in getting their first job. For the two founders Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, the struggle was all too real. In this second in a three-part series […]

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: How the Founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp Are Changing the Industry One Class at a Time

Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp, attended some of the best film schools in California, and yet their best learning experience was creating their own. On this first in a three part series on careers in post production for CineCast, powered by Cinedeck, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Chamow […]

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Looking Through a Freelance Editor’s Software Toolkit

The typical two-hour movie that audiences enjoy across the world daily is the culmination of a year or multi-year process. Projects fit for the big screen or the flat screen take months to put together once filming starts, but by the time it hits the desk of freelance colorist and finishing editor Mike Nuget, […]

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Transform Your Videos with AI
Transform Your Videos with AI
February 29, 2024

The future of video editing is here, and it’s powered by AI. MarketScale’s recent webinar, hosted by Alex LeBlanc and Shannon Willey, took a deep dive into how artificial intelligence is transforming the art of video production. In an era where video content reigns supreme, AI is emerging as a game-changer, providing tools that bring […]

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DISTRIBUTECH 2024
DISTRIBUTECH 2024: Ulteig’s PathFinder Leads the Way in Smart Technology Investments
February 29, 2024

The utility industry is witnessing a transformative shift towards harnessing technology to enhance efficiency and offer value beyond conventional services. A recent study unveiled at DISTRIBUTECH 2024, the industry’s energy transmission and distribution show, revealed that 74% of energy and utility companies are adopting or exploring AI to improve data management and operational efficiency. […]

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DISTRIBUTECH 2024: Nordic Semiconductor Unveils the Power of DECT NR+ for Private Networks
February 28, 2024

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and its industrial counterpart (IIoT) has seamlessly integrated technology into our daily lives, from our homes and cars to factories. This integration largely relies on wireless communication technologies like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular networks, as well as ultra-wideband, LoRa, Sigfox, and ISM. With our reliance on […]

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New Energy Infrastructure Vs. Extending Fossil Fuel Plants: How Should the Energy Industry Tackle Aging Power-Generation Assets?
February 28, 2024

If the expected surge in power demand is anything to go by, the U.S. power grid could be in trouble. Fueled by clean energy projects and a massive shift towards electric vehicles by 2030, it’s clear the grid could face major strain — and even blackouts. Unfortunately, the U.S. has already faced such disasters: […]

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