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Cinemartin’s New 4K Compression Tool in Spain

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Barcelona-based Cinemartin recently announced the availability of H.265 HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) conversion with its new CINEC 2.7, which supports up to 4K resolution. The H.265 standard supersedes today’s most common codecs for encoding and Internet delivery of video (H.264) and makes 4K recording to SD cards possible on DSLRs.

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Editing in the 21st Century

EditingChris Ross Leong is known for his work as an editor on reality TV shows like “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” and as the current staff editor on the Fox syndicated series “Dish Nation.” His creative career began in the U.K., where he worked as a fashion photographer in 1975 before moving into film and television production, and for the past three decades he has been editing TV shows and independent features.

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Staying Ahead of the Curve with Digital Workflows

CineGear SMToday’s digital technology and 4K workflows are creating opportunities for directors, cinematographers and editors to be more imaginative while embracing the challenge of learning new techniques. Established filmmakers know the advantages of using film stock, and they’ve developed great methods for this light-sensitive emulsion over the decades. With the wave of digital content still in its infancy, industry experts are continually meeting to discuss the future of film and TV production.

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Advancements in Editing Software

EditingSoftware VP12 ENG Box RF SMToday’s editing software programs support more formats, workflows and creative control than ever before. It’s now far easier for the average editor to turn film and digital content into a work of art as new software enhancements transform lofty visions into reality. P3 Update checks out the hottest editing trends offered by the top companies behind the artistry.

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Editing on Location

post_editingonlocation_mikesuitTo say that the world of digital technology has dramatically changed the way in which movies and TV shows are made is an understatement akin to a classic line in The Wizard of Oz: “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”

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