I’ll be at NAB Sunday through Tuesday, so please say hi and/or let me know if you see something I should check out.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 14, 2016
My NAB interests: Color control surfaces, LED lighting, affordable camera gear, cocktails.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 14, 2016
My NAB disinterests: VR capture devices, 8K cameras, yelling at strangers at parties.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 14, 2016
Resolve 12.5 public beta has Fusion Connect. Send a shot to Fusion for compositing, live updates in timeline. Like Adobe’s Dynamic Link.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 18, 2016
It will probably be a bit more production-robust than Dynamic Link though, because it seems to be based off of rendered image files rather than metadata rendered on the fly. Oh, and I think it may require the paid version of either Fusion or Resolve, or maybe both.
That's the G Master 85mm F1.4.
If you need a refresher on the version of Halo that was shown last year, check out my round up of NAB 2015.
You can now watch the presentation here.
NAB 2015: Red Giant no booth.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 19, 2016
NAB2016: Red Giant no booth, The Foundry no booth.
Feature film editorial, with its collaborative model, is one of the last Avid strangleholds. DEADPOOL being cut in Premiere is a big deal.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 19, 2016
DEADPOOL had just under 1,500 VFX shots, from ten different shops.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 19, 2016
Editors and assistants would move Premiere project files into their own folder to work on it, to simulate locking a shared bin in Avid.— Stu Maschwitz (@5tu) April 19, 2016
While I was watching Jon speak, Lytro was showing off their massive Lytro Cinema Camera.
I expected VR to have a bigger presence at the show, but it was mostly contained in one distant hall. But my friend and former ILM colleague Rod Bogart found it: