Recently, the folks from Corel came to town, treating us to a demo of the new Pinnacle Studio 16 Ultimate. While this won’t turn up at major facilities anytime soon, this new release has chops that will satisfy the needs of the most demanding prosumer users, with probably a few producers and ad execs thrown in too…
Everybody likes to be right now and again. Sometimes it’s easy to do too…
When I reviewed the prior version of CINEMA 4D Studio, I called it one of the most full-featured 3D applications around. Well, it gets even better in the latest version, R14.
A success! Well, that’s what we thought anyway. Our first NYCPPNews monthly In-Person event happened Tuesday night within the comfortable salon of Showbiz Cafe on 21st Street in the heart of New York City’s architecturally distinct Flatiron and Photo districts.
If you’ve gotten involved in motion picture or television editing during the last fifteen years or so, there’s a good chance that your world has been entirely digital from the get-go. If you’re a bit older, you can recall the days before electronic tools came onto the scene, and might even feel younger editors are […]
In a move that caught show attendees and, we presume, some top camera manufacturers by surprise, Blackmagic Design introduced their new Cinema Camera at NAB 2012. As with many of their other products, Blackmagic stayed true to its past course of upsetting the stuffy approach and high price schemes of the video industry. The uniquely-shaped […]
At NAB 2012, Adobe launched a highly anticipated version of the Creative Suite. The new CS6 includes a make or break rebuild of Premiere Pro, its potent NLE that seeks to expand upon its base and capture those disappointed, professional Final Cut users feeling bereft upon the Version X upgrade. The release of CS6 is […]
Corel’s VideoStudio Pro is an inexpensive way to create HTML 5 ready video, features comprehensive screen capturing tools and is multi-processor aware. In this review, Joe Herman takes a close look of version X5.
Today, HP introduced some significant upgrades to its entire line of Z series workstations. Check out our first look at what the new machines have in store…
HP rolled out the HP Z1, the “world’s first all-in-one workstation” in Las Vegas this week and NYCPPNews was there. Find out all about this innovative new product in our first look at this slick machine.