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Avid and Rohde & Schwarz

As the pioneer of non-linear editing for broadcast, Avid retains its position as a popular choice. For many production companies, post houses and individual editors, its familiarity and functionality also make it a natural choice. Challenges begin, however, when leaving such a homogeneous ecosystem and scaling to serve a variety of different produc...

Submitted by Ciaran Doran
Published 15 October 2021

TVFutures - Learning Editing Platforms

Long before I even started University, I knew I wanted to be a video editor. I used to spend large amounts of my time editing together my own YouTube videos (In fact, I still do- occasionally) My name is Connor Eves, and I’m now just a few months away from attempting to enter the post-production realm at a professional level, a thought that is on m...

Submitted by Connor Eves
Published 27 January 2020

A Place For Placements - TVFutures

I've been interested in media all my life… making short films with my mates in Windows Movie Maker when I was little... I never really knew where I wanted to go career wise, but I knew I always liked video production. So it will come as no surprise that I chose a degree that would provide that outlet, and I hoped that dedicating three Years to stud...

Submitted by Luca Di-Maio
Published 03 November 2019

TVFutures: Learning is the key

If you asked me the question ‘where do you see yourself after you graduate’ three years ago I would have probably answered ‘in a lot of debt, but if you don't think about it, it doesn't exist because three years is a long time right ?’. WRONG! These three years studying Television and Broadcasting at the University of Portsmouth have been the quick...

Submitted by Abbie Neill
Published 12 February 2018

A 360 degree view of fashion

Im often asked, what do you do when the students arent around?, and the simple answer is, as it would be from any university technical support member of staff, I get involved in passion projects and these help me to stay up-to-date with the kit and keep my hand-in with video filmmaking. So, in April this year the Faculty of Creative and Cultural In...

Submitted by Michael Parsons
Published 19 October 2017

New workflows floating on the horizon

The way in which we consume content has fundamentally changed. We want to watch what we want, when we want, where we want and how we want, and we want to find programmes quickly, preferably in HD or increasingly UHD. Content is king and in order to satisfy consumer requirements it is essential media companies can locate their material quickly and e...

Submitted by Lee Sheppard - new
Published 04 April 2017

Media asset management: the key to business success

by Kevin Usher Issue 109 - January 2016 Media asset management: the key to business success By Kevin UsherIn todays media environment enterprises are under intense pressure to improve content monetization and maximize operational efficiency. Theyre expected to do moreto create more content for more platforms and deliver it to more peopleso they hav...

Submitted by Kevin Usher
Published 21 January 2016

Ask The Expert- Post Production Supervisor at BBC Studios...

by John Loughman Issue 109 - January 2016 ¢ Tell us about you, your job role at BBC S&PP and what led your career in this direction? I received a BA in Media Production from Cumbria Institute of the Arts. In April of my final year at University, I applied for a Trainee Post Production Assistant role at the BBC and I joined In September 2004. I wor...

Submitted by John Loughman
Published 21 January 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

TVFutures:Student pitch

by Alex Watson Issue 107 - November 2015 Studying at university is so much more these days than just turn up to lectures, hand in assignments and get a degree, and at the end of my first year studying for a BSc in Television and Broadcasting at the University of Portsmouth, I had the opportunity to attain my Avid Media Composer User Certification....

Submitted by Alex Watson
Published 01 December 2015

Digital and analog in harmony at Pama Studios

Issue 105 - September 2015 Pama Studios in south east Sweden is a leading example of a facility that fully embraces the power, flexibility and ease of use of digital technology, while also harnessing analog technology to bring something different to its recordings. Founded in 1988 by managing director Magnus Maxe Axelsson, Pama is a long-time Avid...

Submitted by KitPlus
Published 01 October 2015

The future of storage is now affordable and flexible.

by Ed Harper Issue 102 - June 2015 As the 10th anniversary of the Avid ISIS shared storage product line approaches this autumn, Ed Harper, senior product manager in the Avid ISIS collaborative storage solutions group, looks at how the company continues to innovate its flagship, flexible and scalable storage solution. Over the years, our engineering...

Submitted by Ed Harper
Published 01 July 2015

Venice live productions tools go to the consumer

by Tim Felstead Issue 98 - February 2015 The objective of most studio production is to cost effectively create live or as live television to which audiences will be drawn. During the process of creation, recording into media servers can either be a separate process used only for immediate replay, or can be part of a media workflow serving multiple...

Submitted by Tim Felstead
Published 01 March 2015

Tales from the teaching trenches: The offline, online bat...

by Charlie Watts Issue 85 - January 2014 Since the digital explosion of multiple video formats, students of higher education have often faced the process of ingest or capture with gritted teeth, and the drag and drop culture of speed and the \'quick fix\' has inadvertently created indifference to a vastly important part of the post-production proce...

Submitted by Charlie Watts
Published 01 February 2014

Our third digital revolution?

Our third digital revolution?By Bob PankA little history – the first digital revolution for the TV production and post industries started somewhere about 1972 and then involved introducing digital islands into an analogue world. The introduction of much more affordable digital VTRs such as Sony’s DigiBeta in 1993 heralded the beginning of the end o...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 July 2012