WallyCam is a series of decidedly low tech and casual video encounters by longtime Creative COW leader Walter Biscardi. "I'm covering both the tech and creative of NAB Show along with some of the fun and experience of Las Vegas and the awesome people who come here every year," says Walter. "It's a reunion and networking event all rolled into one."
You can see every episode of WallyCam right here, with the newest ones posted at the top of the page. Enjoy!
#PostChat and The Amazing Ladies of Post!
In this #PostChat episode of WallyCam, Wally loses control as the amazing ladies of Post take over and we talk all sorts of topics from plug-ins to editorial to shiny shoes to purple hair to Blackmagic Design and every thing in between. Featuring Michele Yamazaki, Kylee Wall, Monica Daniel, Katey Toomey and Sian Fever. This is probably the most fun I've had shooting a WallyCam, thanks for all the fun!
#PostChat Meetup with Gordon Burkell and Vashi Nedomansky
The annual #PostChat meetup at NABShow was an absolute blast again. In this installment, Gordon Burkell, founder Art of the Guillotine, and Vashi Nedomansky, editor of Sharknado 2 (and much more) give us their thoughts on NAB Show 2015 including all the editorial news.
Monica Daniel, Adam Bedford, and Adobe Creative Cloud
I found Monica Daniel and Adam Bedford from GOING POSTAL radio show on the show floor Sunday. We talk the state of Editing, the love of convergence of tools and Adam shows us a new tool from Adobe for the Cloud and Premiere Pro. It's sweet like Candy.
PR Guru Kevin Bourke & iOgrapher
The iOgrapher turns an iPad and now an iPhone 6 Plus into a professional video recording camera. PR guru Kevin Bourke fills us in on what the device for novices out there and some new changes coming at NAB Show 2015.
Pre-NAB Dinner #2, at Wolfgang Puck's Postrio
Okay, this one got silly but also has a few nuggets of good NAB info. A super fun dinner with Josh Diamond, Jason Diamond, Alexis Van Hurkman and Scott Simmons at the awesome Wolfgang Puck Postrio Bar and Grill in the Venetian. We did actually get a few nuggets of insight on Blackmagic Design and the all new Frame io video collaboration tool which I'll be featuring in a follow-up from the show floor.
Pre-Show Dinner with NAB Virgin Michael Cardillo
Sound Designer Michael Cardillo is an NAB and Las Vegas virgin so we chat up on what he's expecting and how he prepared for his first time at "the big show." Filmed at "The LINQ" outdoor shopping and dining experience.
Calling April's NAB Show "overwhelming" is an understatement. The expo that fills the rapidly expanding Las Vegas Convention Center every April topped 103,000 attendees and 1700+ exhibitors in 2 million square feet of exhibit space. The Big Apple's edition of the NAB Show is more bite sized: taking place this week at the Javitz Convention Center, 7000 visitors will be able to engage with 300 exhibitors, along with a variety of new opportunities for in-depth workshops on cutting-edge technologies. Here's a preview of the week's festivities.
While the emphasis on "revolutionary" product releases at the annual NAB Show makes for splashy demos, they can sometimes get in the way of what customers really want: improvements to the product that they already have, just making them work better. Lo and behold, that's what we got in 2016! Rock-solid releases long on increased performance, stability, and interoperability. Useful releases? THAT's revolutionary! Join Creative COW's Tim Wilson for a closer look at NLE software in particular, and the ways in which developers are delivering on the promise of truly meaningful releases.
Zelin Nation rejoices as the legendary Bob Zelin's legendary NAB wrap-up returns, featuring the unique insights of this industry-leading broadcast engineer into the stories that matter most. You won't find a better overview of shared storage, IO devices, converters, studio cameras, and Thunderbolt 3, because there aren't any. Check it out. Legendary.
This was not an exciting year for the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas, says Creative COW Associate Editor Kylee Peña, but that doesn't mean it wasn't important. The “exciting” stuff isn’t what affects post production workflow the most, at least not immediately. Kylee notes that we may not even know NAB 2016's most important announcements for a few more years. After all, it might have been a long time after the introduction of 4K or even HD at NABs past before those mattered to YOU. So as important as NAB is, that's why it's important not to lose sight of the things that matter the other 51 weeks of the year.
Welcome to Wednesday's edition of the the industry's most comprehensive coverage of the 2016 NAB Show. Some of the companies with especially wide-ranging presentations including AJA, ARRI, and Blackmagic Design, with the latest news from hundreds of other companies in cameras and support gear, storage, archiving, broadcast, 4K, and much much more.
Welcome to Tuesday's edition of the the industry's most comprehensive coverage of the 2016 NAB Show. Some of the companies with especially wide-ranging presentations including AJA, ARRI, and Blackmagic Design, with the latest news from hundreds of other companies in cameras and support gear, storage, archiving, broadcast, 4K, and much much more.
At NAB 2015, Creative COW Contributing Editor Kylee Wall says that the show's biggest story is companies now competing with each other to provide the most compelling collaborative platforms. The winner? Customers. Here's Kylee's look at the details of how it's all coming together.
AJA announced 4K-focused updates to its family of mini converters, as well as updates to the 4K/UHD CION camera and new loan program that will put the camera in the hands of filmmakers across North America for free this summer.
Signiant's Flight and Media Shuttle services are continuing to rapidly grow, with major facilities adopting the service in global workflows. New enterprise features make it easier for large companies to bring Signiant inside their facilities.