There wasn’t a lot for filmmakers to get excited over in today’s Apple Keynote. 85% of it was about software tweaks thats I would call “fins.” It’s those refinements you get in to “toc” of the tic-toc development cycle. And then there was a big news of Apple Silicon, the Cupertino designed processor which will […]
New desktop products may feature ARM processors Monday is the start of Apple’s annual worldwide developers conference (WWDC). This year, due to the CoVid19 outbreak, the conference is virtual, but that’s not stopping Apple from announcing new products. Follow me on Twitter Monday at @gate_check, as I live blog all the action.
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If you’ve been a good citizen of the EU and have been practicing “social distancing,” it’s clear you will have a lot of time on your hands. Most people are doing what most people do. No, not that (although look for another Baby Boom in December). I’m talking about binge watching on Netflix. And so […]
by James DeRuvo Well, they tried really hard to assure the professional public NAB would still be on next month, but once Adobe cancelled their presentations and there was an uproar over a no handshake policy, the handwriting was on the wall. NAB2020 has been officially cancelled.
by James DeRuvo Indiewire is reporting that the annual pop culture film, music and computer festival South By Southwest (SXSW) has been cancelled due to the Covid19/Corona virus outbreak. Could NAB be far behind? SXSW follows other conferences including Google IO, Adobe Summit, CP+,and Mobile World Congress, all of which cancelled their annual gatherings over […]
by James DeRuvo The day after the Oscars (don’t get me started on Parasite upsetting 1917 for best picture), brings some great news for film fans as the top five studios have re-upped a deal with Kodak to exclusively supply 35mm film to the industry. Hurray!
By James DeRuvo L’Arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat” (The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station) was the first short film shown at a movie theater back in 1895. And it looked so realistic to its unsuspecting audience, that legend has it people fled the theater fearing they were about to […]
By James DeRuvo There’s been talk of a new professional grade mirrorless camera on the horizon from Canon, and it promises to shoot stills at up to 20fps in burst mode, plus 8K 30p video. But is the EOS R-5 the latest in Canon’s new initiative, or just another rumor based on a prototype sighting?