Blackmagic Studios announced their new RAW codec September 14th 2018, claiming it is a “next generation codec.” So is it?
We’re here to answer some questions — what are compression ratios, how do they affect digital filmmaking, and what do they have to do with codecs?
What’s the difference between lossy and lossless compression? What about uncompressed? Learn the differences between each in this filmmaking guide.
You know the lingo, you landed a gig, and you’re ready to work. So what do you need to bring with you for your first of film …
Efficient radio communication on set keeps productions moving quickly. Here’s what you need to know to join the conversation.
Corrupted footage is every filmmaker’s nightmare. While there are some reliable recovery methods, let’s take a look at proper preventative measures.
With the MP3 gone, what audio codecs are poised to become the new standard? Let’s talk about compression, modern audio codecs, and the future of audio.
There are many unspoken rules and best practices for working on a film or video set. Here’s what you need to know your first time out.
Production incentives come in a variety of forms, depending on who’s offering them, so what are they, and what do they do?
Nothing ruins a shot like noise. Knowing what causes it and how to recognize it can save you a lot of frustration — and some useless footage.
What does “Dual Native ISO” mean, what does it do for your shots, and why would its acceptance in the film and video industries matter?
There is nothing worse than losing footage. However, if you’re vigilant and know what to watch for, you can still save a corrupted card.