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Sony VENICE High Frame Rate will come up to 4K 120fps Posted: 31/01/2019
Sony VENICE High Frame Rate will come up to 4K 120fps

Sony will be upgrading the capabilities of its next-generation motion picture camera system, VENICE, by introducing High Frame Rate (HFR) shooting, advanced remote-control functionalities and Cooke/i3 and Zeiss extended metadata support, as part of its latest firmware update. Following the recent release of VENICE’s firmware Version 3.0 and the upcoming launch of its Extension System (CBK-3610XS), which was developed in collaboration with James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment and is currently being used to shoot the AVATAR sequels, the latest upgrade will offer filmmakers even greater creative freedom, flexibility and choice.

Tags: Sony | VENICE | BSC | firmware upgrade
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New Functionality For Junger Audio D*AP8 MAP Processor Allows One Unit To Cover An Entire Dolby Workflow Posted: 25/07/2018
New Functionality For Junger Audio and rsquo;s D*AP8 MAP Processor Allows One Unit To Cover An Entire Dolby and reg; Workflow
Jünger Audio’s D*AP8 Monitoring Audio Processor (MAP) - the only processor on the market that allows broadcasters to check pre-transmission Dolby Digital encoded audio – now has even more features and functionality thanks to a significant Firmware upgrade, which will be demonstrated at IBC 2018 on booth 10.A49.
Tags: Junger Audio | D*AP8 MAP Processor | Dolby | Encoding | decoding | Firmware Upgrade | IBC 2018 | IBC 2018
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New Firmware From Timecode Systems Paves the Way for Wireless Sensor Sync for Virtual Reality Posted: 01/03/2017
New Firmware From Timecode Systems Paves the Way for Wireless Sensor Sync for Virtual Reality
A new firmware upgrade launched this week by Timecode Systems further enhances the accuracy of its wireless genlock. With the company now promising sub-line-accurate synchronisation, the system generates the most precise wireless genlock on the market, allowing Timecode Systems products to stay locked in sync more accurately than any other wireless solution. This is not only a huge benefit across the company's existing product range, but also sets the scene for development of a wireless sensor sync solution capable of meeting the requirements of virtual reality, augmented reality and motion capture.
Tags: Timecode Systems | Wireless Sensor Sync | Virtual Reality | firmware upgrade | genlock | wireless | standout | SyncBac
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