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Face à la panique des utilisateurs devant les nouvelles conditions d'utilisation du réseau social, le cofondateur d'Instagram a publié cette nuit un post pour les rassurer : "Ce n'est pas dans notre intention de vendre vos photos".
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If you go to the Getty Images website, you'll see millions of images, all watermarked. There are more than a hundred years of photography here, from FDR on the campaign trail to last Sunday's...
Alors que l'on évoquait il y a quelques jours les tests menés par la NHK au Japon sur la diffusion hertzienne de flux vidéo en 8K (et réussis sur une distance de 27 Km), on apprend aujourd'hui que l'équipementier Broadcom est, en partenariat avec l'opérateur scandinave Teracom, parvenu à diffuser un flux vidéo en 2160p (sans doute de l'Ultra HD en 3840 x 2160) via le codec HEVC (ex-H.265) en exploitant la technologie DVB-T2 (une évolution du DVB-T utilisé pour notre TNT).
Norme DVB-T2 qui devrait, logiquement, être choisie pour la future TNT2, tandis que malgré les tentatives de Google d'imposer son codec VP9, l'industrie devrait se tourner massivement vers le HEVC pour la compression des flux vidéo Ultra HD à l'avenir. HEVC qui permet, gross modo, de diviser par deux la bande passante nécessaire pour la diffusion d'un flux vidéo de qualité identique par rapport à l'actuel H.264. Soit un précieux allié pour ne pas voir la taille des fichiers trop exploser lors du passage à l'Ultra HD.
Pour sauvegarder, retoucher et partager ses photos en ligne, beaucoup de services de stockage photo existent. Un comparatif pour s'y retrouver.
Keeping apace with camera technology is like running a race where the finish line keeps on moving. Just as the next generation of games consoles go on sale
The Sony Full Frame Nex is finally here and called the A7 and A7r officially.
The 24MP D610 is Nikon's latest enthusiast-targeted full-frame DSLR. Coming fairly hot on the heels of the D600, the 610 gains a new shutter mechanism, which is responsible for two out of the camera's three new features. We've had the chance to handle the D610 and have prepared a first impressions review of the refreshed enthusiast full framer.
Click here to read our Nikon D610 First Impressions Review
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French mob red-loc.com got a hold of a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and put it through its paces, both good and bad.
Now everyone can tell their story in four times the resolution of Full HD with the Sony FDR-AX1 4K Ultra HD camcorder.
It exists, but will it come to market? We have confirmed that a test camera with around 80mp is definitely in the wild. A few things to note about the camera. It’s apparently in an EOS-1 body and has a larger than 3.2″ LCD on the back.
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Fujifilm has announced a set of firmware updates for its X-Pro1 and X-E1 mirrorless cameras. Versions 2.05 for the X-Pro1 and 1.06 for the X-E1 will be available to download on 25th June; they offer compatibility with lenses that don't have aperture rings, and allow easier focus area selection when shooting with the eye-level viewfinder. The company has also pre-announced further updates (Versions 3.00 for the X-Pro1, and 2.00 for the X-E1) which promise to improve autofocus speed with existing XF lenses, and add the much-requested 'focus peaking' function to aid manual focus. These are due to be available for download on 23rd July.
Posted by Juliet McNally on May 21, 2013 •
"4K was the definitive buzzword at NAB this year, as well as CES, with a number of manufacturers releasing 4K televisions, 4K game systems, and 4K cameras. With the consumer demand for 4K content just around the corner, one of the most often asked questions is “How much is this gonna cost us?!” After polling a number of industry sources, I decided to try and break down the costs of shooting, color correcting, and finishing in 4K to show that it isn’t as intimidating as you might think.
Let’s use a typical multi-camera one-hour television drama (such as Game of Thrones) shooting six hours of footage per day with nine cameras. And let’s assume that everything is shot in ProRes 4444 at 24fps, just to make it a little easier to get some figures. Additionally, let’s say they’re using a camera that can shoot both formats, so the production equipment is the same, but the amount of media and storage will differ. This isn’t a magical camera, by the way, there are plenty of cameras that offer 4K and 1080 recording options in the same codec, as well as external recorders like AJA’s Ki Pro Quad or the new Odyssey 7Q from Convergent Design."
This is trippy as...
Le campement de Roms de Ris-Orangis s’est installé le long de la Nationale 7 en août 2012. Ici habitaient entre 170 et 200 personnes, dans une quarantaines de « baraques », établies sur près de 2 500 mètres carrés.
Panasonic has finally taken wraps off its GH3 successor and 4K Micro Four Thirds camera, the Lumix GH4, which features a 16.05MP Live MOS sensor and a quad-core CPU. Most notably, the camera can ca...
In this article, we'll document a viable 4k encoding workflow assembled for in-house testing, and look at some of the inherent challenges, as well as current products and enabling technologies used to make it work.
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4K, Ultra HD, 4K Ultra HD – call it what you want – the 'four times HD' TV technology has finally arrived with some purpose in 2013, with more 4K TVs, the first broadcast trials and even some content. And with CES 2014 around the corner, we're expecting yet more noise about the next-gen TV resolution.
So, what's it all about? On this page we'll run through the basics, get you up to date on 4K TVs and 4K content, take a look at the 4K Ultra HD TVs on the market – and how the sizes and prices are – hopefully – coming down.
You will also find a round-up all of our 4K TV reviews to date. We'll be keeping this page updated as your one-stop for everything 4K Ultra HD, so check back if you're in the market to buy a 4K TV...
The 4K Sony displayed this year at NAB show (Image courtesy: Engadget). - The swedish site Fotosidan reports the following info they got from Sony (Thanks Dennis for the translation!): “More camera...
Those who loved the D600 (and why wouldn't you, it's a great camera) will have no reason to dislike the D610, but Nikon might not have given you enough rea
You'd think companies would be shying away from creating new compact cameras -- or maybe going the way of Sony with its lens cameras -- but that doesn't se
Since 1980 Ghoramara island, found on a delta region in West Bengal, has lost 50 percent of its terrain to the rising seas as a result of climate change, causing two thirds of its population to move elsewhere.
All, We are releasing an important update for the F5, and F55 cameras. v1.22 addresses an issue found in the HDCAM SR File recording codec
Le Figaro Le cofondateur de Deezer passe à la photo et à la vidéo Le Figaro Mardi, le cofondateur de Deezer a lancé Stream Nation, une plateforme de gestion de photos et de vidéos pour la famille.
Ikonoscop Forced to Stop Production Due to Financial Problems
Yikes! I sure don't like seeing any company have financial troubles! Especially companies in the film/video/camera biz. Anyone want to loan them some money?
To install, simply extract the archive and run it. You can drag the Shotcut folder (app icon for OS X) to copy and move it wherever you want.
free and cross-platform
Might have to give this a try...to just see how it works