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NAB: Exploring collaborative workflows on the exhibit floor

By Adrian Winter

It was back to the showroom floor for me today as I checked in on a number of exhibitors with an eye toward collaborative workflows.

My first stop was the Adobe booth to take in a demonstration of Adobe Anywhere — Adobe’s collaborative platform for Premiere, Prelude and After Effects. The workflow is built around a number of users, working either in house or remotely, that can access and work with the same footage all stored in one place called a Collaboration Hub. 

This Hub works alongside a company’s existing media storage structure and asset management system, and essentially streams media to the user wherever they might be using Adobe’s Mercury Streaming Engine. It’s a very interesting approach to working remotely, and I’ve been interested in learning more about this product for some time. However, the demo today was more focused on the relationship between Prelude and Premiere utilizing a smaller two-person team, and not the larger After Effects / Premiere implementation I would be interested in exploring. I am going to try to set up a demo at the Adobe booth for a better look at the system.

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NAB: The day my brain melted
By Adrian Winter

The floor show of NAB opened today, and I as well as other members of the Nice Shoes team were there bright and early to see what the exhibitors had to offer.

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NAB: Reporting from the Tech Summit of Cinema
By Tim Spitzer

What did I hear about digital cinema at the Technology Summit of Cinema during NAB? That the future of digital cinema is bright (pun totally intended)!

Projection at the Summit was provided by Barco on a single head 4K Laser projection system on a new RealD Silver Screen technology. Indeed it was bright. Barco’s largest laser projectors are approaching 60,000 lumens, and new screen coating technologies are making screens more uniform and higher gain.

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NAB: sweet, sweet pictures
By Tim Spitzer

NAB: We are a lucky 
bunch of nerds 
By William Rogers

NAB: Immersive sound standards for d-cinema
By Mel Lambert

Autodesk upgrades Flame, Maya and Max to 2016

The Foundry updates Nuke Studio, tackles VR/AR

Apple upgrades FCP X, Motion and Compressor

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• Devil & Demon

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