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DaVinci Resolve for iPad

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Karen Moltenbrey

Post-production tools for a new generation. Da Vinci Resolve, as it was initially called by its developer, da Vinci Systems, ...

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8K TVs—It’s a crime that they are so stunning

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Bob Raikes

EU energy consumption regulations to take effect March 2023 that will make the sale of new 8K sets illegal in ...

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Motion matters when finessing the creative look of a project

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Karen Moltenbrey

Lightstorm Entertainment to use Pixelworks’ TrueCut Motion to remaster big-name titles. In December 2021, Pixelworks, known for its motion grading ...

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Seeing more with 8K

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Jon Peddie

What is preventing users from embracing 8K monitors: a limited supply of 8K monitors, not much native 8K content, and ...

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It’s a jungle out there

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Karen Moltenbrey

New AJA devices and converters, oh my! Like it does at all NAB trade shows, AJA Video Systems has unveiled ...

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Autodesk Flame burns up the cloud

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Karen Moltenbrey

The product family is now available on AWS. Artists using Autodesk’s Flame Family of products are no longer tied to ...

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Dell’s U3223QE epilog

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Jon Peddie

Bezels, HDR, and service We are still getting familiar with the new super black, 32-inch HDR monitor. It is such ...

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Chinese retail website advertises VESA “DisplayHDR 2000” logo that doesn’t exist

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Ruchika Saini

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) was surprised to learn that Chinese retail website Taobao had been advertising two displays ...

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DaVinci’s tools get major update

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Kathleen Maher

Blackmagic Design marries hardware and software to enhance editing and compositing tasks. Blackmagic Design is not the kind of company ...

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Pixelworks content-optimized motion and HDR processing for mobiles

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Robert Dow

OPPO Find X2 first to deploy. Smartphones have held the high ground in acuity and PPI for a few years ...