finally arrived this week, so I've spent a lot of time thinking about media management and
- how to do it faster, with more automation, even how to off-load compression tasks to the network. I have three new articles that talk about that this week for both
disappearing legacy media
concerns from last week. I'm getting briefed this week to learn more about what's going on. At which point, I'll write it up. Whenever my article appears, you'll find it
. My goal is to find out more specifics, then share them with you so we can plan this together.
Lots of other interesting news crossed my desk this week:
is offering a new online course: "High-Dynamic-Range (
) Technology and Workflows for Media and Entertainment." Led by instructor
, who is an advanced imaging specialist, this course will cover critical concepts and practical considerations across the HDR workflow, from mastering to production, distribution, and viewing.
Learn more here
, a division of Liti Holographics, today announced that Barnes & Noble will be carrying their
in stores nationwide. This is the first time a DIY hologram-making kit has been offered at retail stores. Litiholo is creating a new category to teach individuals how to make their own holograms. We've all seen holograms used in high-end events, here's a chance to learn more about this technology. It retails for $130.
Here's the link
announced a professional-level
cloud video editor
and you can
learn more here
Thinking of learning new things. we are trying something new with webinars for the holidays. I'm running a four-part series "
The Craft of Editing
" starting Thursday till Jan. 6, 2019. Specifically designed for new or self-taught editors, this four-part series can help polish your editing skills and learn new ones.
Registration is FREE
. Sign up for all four sessions and join me each Thursday mornings during the holidays.
Sign up here
Digital Production Buzz
had fascinating show last week - talking with producers about
the current state of production
. We talked with
and got their thoughts on what's good, what's bad and what's the same old thing in production. I was especially impressed with Bob's thoughts on the impact millennials are having on what used to be called the broadcast audience. We are living in strange times - these conversations will help you figure it out.
Listen to the show here.