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Sonnet Showcases Adobe Creative Cloud Applications Support for eGPU at NAB 2019 Posted: 08/04/2019
Sonnet Showcases Adobe Creative Cloud Applications Support for eGPU at NAB 2019
Sonnet Technologies will showcase its award-winning eGFX Breakaway™ Box 650 eGPU expansion chassis and the AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 9100 GPU card providing support for Adobe® Premiere® Pro and After Effects® in the Adobe booth and in the AMD meeting room at the 2019 NAB Show. The new releases of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Adobe Media Encoder — all part of Adobe Creative Cloud® — take advantage of Thunderbolt-connected eGPUs to enhance their performance. Demonstrations in each company's booth will include Sonnet Technologies' eGFX Breakaway Box 650 eGPU expansion chassis and the AMD Radeon Pro WX 9100 graphics card. The combination delivers excellent performance for content creators in demanding video workflows, saving them critical production time.
Tags: Sonnet | Adobe Creative Cloud Applications | eGPU | 2019 NAB Show | Adobe Premiere | After Effects | Media Encoder | eGPUs | AMD Radeon Pro Cards | eGFX Breakaway Box | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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ChyronHego Releases PRIME 3.5 Posted: 04/04/2019
ChyronHego Releases PRIME 3.5
ChyronHego today introduced PRIME 3.5, the next generation of the company's universal graphics platform. This latest version is packed with technological advancements, authoring and playout workflow improvements, and purpose-built offerings to serve a wide variety of market segments. PRIME 3.5 incorporates Click Effects PRIME 3.5, ChyronHego's turnkey graphics-authoring solution for sports teams and arenas to make live, stadium-based presentations almost as exciting as what's actually happening on the field.
Tags: ChyronHego | PRIME 3.5 | Channel-Dense Graphics Platform | Robust GPUs | End-to-End | HDR Support | Dazzling Studio | Arena AV Productions | NAB 2019 | NAB 2019
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FilmLight extends flexible and efficient BLG colour workflow Posted: 07/04/2015
FilmLight extends flexible and efficient BLG colour workflow

FilmLights products for colour grading and finishing have a reputation for being the ultimate in productivity and creativity. With the unique integration of colour grading tools across dailies, editorial, VFX and finishing using the renderless, metadata-based Baselight Linked Grade (BLG) workflow FilmLight delivers on its promise of a colour-managed end-to-end pipeline. All BLG-enabled products from FilmLight combine to make a highly efficient colour workflow that maintains full creative freedom while communicating creative intent throughout the production process.

Tags: FilmLight | Baselight | Colour | Grading | Workflow | Post | Dailies | Production | Finishing | GPUs | VFX | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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Live Graphics Transforms Americas Cup, Earns Five Emmy Nominations Posted: 06/05/2014
Live Graphics Transforms Americas Cup, Earns Five Emmy Nominations

Competitive sailing is a complex sport. Races take place amid lashing winds and churning waves. More challenging still, lead changes between teams are invisible to the naked eye.

Yet the 34th Americas Cup was a gripping spectacle for millions of television viewers thanks to a new kind of real-time visualization technology.

Tags: NVIDIA | America\'s Cup | Sailing | Emmy Nominations | Emmys | Quadro | GPU | GPUs | Graphics | Broadcast | Television
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Pablo Rio powers up with NVIDIA Kepler architecture GPUs Posted: 16/04/2013
Pablo Rio powers up with NVIDIA Kepler architecture GPUs

Quantel announced today that its Pablo Rio software high-end color and finishing system now supports the latest NVIDIA(r) Kepler(tm) architecture-based Tesla(r) K20 GPU accelerators. Tesla K20 GPUs provide about twice the performance of the previous-generation Tesla GPUs based on the NVIDIA Fermi architecture, and 10 times faster performance than the latest CPUs.

Tags: Quantel | NVIDIA Keplar | GPUs | Pablo Rio | HFR
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