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In the present day is Michael Cioni, SVP of Innovation at Panavision and Lightiron. Michael is a passionate, eloquent, and interesting speaker, and on this presentation, he talks about how a common sensor dimension might revolutionize the business, and profit filmmakers from manufacturing to put up.
Listed below are the highlights to remove from the video.
- The problem of how massive the sensor is related primarily as a result of we now have so many alternative strategies of consuming video: cellular, desktop, apps, theatrical, and many others.
- Bigger sensors would be the key to delivering content material in any side ratio utilizing extraction strategies.
- Extraction strategies are made extra difficult due to the varied sensor styles and sizes. 10% on an Alexa shouldn’t be the identical factor as 10% on a Venice or a DSLR.
- If you have a look at all of the side ratios across the globe (IMAX, EU Widescreen, HDTV, American WS, Digital IMAX, Anamorphic, and many others.), you come to a mean sensor dimension of two:1. Home of Playing cards was the primary on-line present to make use of that ratio.
- A 2:1 ratio makes all of the extraction math very straightforward to do in your head.
- Cinematographers, Editors, put up & VFX homes, and lens producers profit probably the most from such a sensor.
- Making a 2:1 “common” sensor can solely occur if a neighborhood of filmmakers will get behind it.
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- Alexis Van Hurkman demos DaVinci Resolve 16
- VICE Media shares their video workflow
- Interview and Q&A with Movie Riot host Ryan Connolly
- Steve Martin and Mark Spencer of Ripple Coaching demo Body.io in FCP X
- Panavision SVP of Innovation, Michael Cioni, shares insights about common sensor sizes
- BuzzFeed shares how they use Body.io to handle the a whole bunch of movies they create with a world staff
- Stu Maschwitz offers a presentation about his 1-person VFX pipeline
- Body.io Grasp Mark Toia does a Q&A with Ivan Agerton about distant video collaboration
- Shifting Publish to the Cloud with Michael Kammes
- Patrick Southern of LumaForge offers a sneak peek of Captain Karl with Kyno + FCPX + Body.io
Under is Michael’s Keynote presentation as a video. Be happy to play on-line, or obtain.