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Rohde & Schwarz integration with Adobe Premiere Pro

Now recognised as one of the leading editing platforms for television and video post, Adobe Premiere Pro combines powerful functionality and a familiar user interface whilst remaining a competitive option. Simple integration with other applications in the Adobe Creative Cloud family, including After Effects (motion graphics), Audition (audio post)...

Submitted by Ciaran Doran
Published 24 February 2022

Pro Pancake Editing With Premiere Pro

Pancakes & post production. Not two things you might at first put together. But using pancake timelines can be an extremely effective way of working - so bear with me!Very recently I began working on a series of edits for Premier League kicks. If you’ve not heard of it, I’d encourage you to do a quick Google search and check it out. It's a really c...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 03 November 2019

Post Production on Tour

I’m writing this article after finally settling back into my office after a busy few days on the Kitplus Tour 2019. The tour saw me travelling from Manchester to Glasgow then onto Bristol, then finally returning back to Manchester. Quite a few miles travelled. But totally worth it. I chose three topics for the workshops which I presented. The first...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 04 June 2019

Wireless Keyboard Review

by Beth Zarkosh Issue 112 - April 2016 Knowing all of the shortcuts can really help you become much more productive and saves you from getting a sore hand from all of those additional mouse clicks you\'d have otherwise needed to make. (Thank us later!) You may know a few of the shortcuts already, however this handy list shows off just a small selec...

Submitted by Beth Zarkosh
Published 25 April 2016

Editing broadcast video in a mobile app a ridiculous noti...

by Jason Cowan Issue 109 - January 2016 A trend appears to be developing in broadcast technology development the more ridiculous an idea initially seems, the better the chances are that it will turn the whole industry on its head. Ten years ago editing over an internet connection was a pipe-dream, and the suggestion that broadcast equipment might b...

Submitted by Jason Cowan
Published 21 January 2016

Take a peek at Periscope

by Beth Zarkhosh Issue 106 - October 2015 If youre a Twitter user, you may have recently started to notice an increase in the use of the word Periscope. No, this is not a sudden surge of nautical fanatics - Periscope is the latest social media app to the take the web(/world) by storm and has duly been morphed into a verb - to Periscope. The live vi...

Submitted by Beth Zarkhosh
Published 01 November 2015

OTT Monitoring: keeping it simple and useful

IntroductionOTT is generally understood to mean a technique where the transmission of video to the subscriber is based on the same underlying methods as those currently being used to serve out web pages on the internet today. The Over-the-Top name refers to the potential of this technology for bypassing existing traditional television distribution...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 October 2012

So you think you know Flash?

So you think you know Flash?It is becoming widely accepted that HTML5 will eventually replace Flash as the platform for rich content and video on connected devices, but how can video publishers make the leap and avoid the pitfalls?David Springall, YospaceBack in the early nineties, when what few websites existed were almost completely static, a com...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 July 2012

Taking the pain out of collaborative editing

Broadcast and post-production companies face the daily challenge of delivering more for less – both in terms of time and money. Whilst the industry has been quick to embrace the efficiencies of file-based workflows and enhancements in the creative editing process, the reality - for companies of all sizes - is that the effective and secure managemen...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 April 2012

Colourist and Online Editor

Who are you? (about yourself and who you work for)?I run East London Post based in Shoreditch, which is currently a single suite Colour Grading and Online Editing business based around DaVinci Resolve and Apple FCS3. What do you do? What does your company do?East London Post provides colour grading and online editing for a wide range of projects. W...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 October 2011

tv-bay questions

Name & Title?Eugene McCrystal, owner of EMC Post Production in DublinWho are you? (about yourself and who you work for)?I have been working in the broadcast and film industry for over 20 years. I started my career as an engineer with Carlton Television but quickly transitioned within Carlton to online editor. In 2004, I co-founded EGG Post Producti...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 June 2011

tv-bay questions

Name & TitleChristopher Pitbladdo, Creative Director at DB Creative TVWho are you? (about yourself and DB Creative)?I'm an editor who's been cutting broadcast television documentaries and commercials since 1997. Having spent time living and working in London, I decided to make a lifestyle choice, and go back to my hometown of Edinburgh. DB Creative...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 May 2011

A hidden beauty

The lifestyle of the Wildlife cameraman (and woman) you’d have thought, and I was hoping, was all exotic locations and beautiful scenery. Except for me the reality was a murky, water filled quarry during a very cold winter and early spring of 2006- 07. But to come face to face with a real homegrown legend I was more than ready to take the plunge. T...

Submitted by Dennis Lennie
Published 01 July 2008