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Resolve 10 Waveform Values for the Unsure at DV Info Net

Resolve 10 Waveform Values for the Unsure at DV Info Net | Post Production | Scoop.it

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The Dirty Little Secret About 4K Streaming: Content Owners Can't Afford The Bandwidth Costs

The Dirty Little Secret About 4K Streaming: Content Owners Can't Afford The Bandwidth Costs | Post Production | Scoop.it
When vendors and industry executives go to a show like CES, none of them seem to be satisfied to talk about what they are doing now. Almost always, they want to talk about the future and something more exciting and for this year, it’s all about 4K. All week we’ve seen companies talking about the role HEVC plays with 4K, improved compression, higher-quality video and hardware devices that will be able to decode and playback 4K content. While it all sounds exciting, the reality is, no one is discussing the business models around 4K streaming and the fact that for most, the economics of delivering 4K content don’t work.
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BackBlaze analyzes desktop hard drives, notes manufacturer trends | Electronista

BackBlaze analyzes desktop hard drives, notes manufacturer trends | Electronista | Post Production | Scoop.it
Of the vendors evaluated, Hitachi (now a subsidiary of Western Digital) had the highest survival rate, with 96.9 percent of purchased drives surviving after 36 months. After an initial batch of early failures in the first three months of life, Western Digital comes in second at 94.8 percent. Seagate trails in third, at 73.5 percent still alive after three years. BackBlaze notes that it has not included Western Digital 3TB Green drives, and Seagate 2TBLow Power drives due to lack of suitability in the BackBlaze environment. The company notes that the drives "start accumulating errors as soon as they are put into production." Topping the failure rate is the Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM 1.5TB capacity, at a 25.4 percent annual failure rate.
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Impressive Color Grading Breakdowns

Impressive Color Grading Breakdowns | Post Production | Scoop.it
One of the best ways to refine your color grading skills is to study the work of other pro colorists. In this post, we share a few breakdown videos that will give you detailed insight into how shots were graded.
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