2011 NAB Show Buzz Report – Day 6 (04/16/11)
Here’s the sixth in our series of Special Reports.
Join host Larry Jordan, live from our booth on the show floor, as he talks with:
Alex Lindsay, CEO & Founder, Pixel Corps, a worldwide “guild” of digital artist, gathered together to share knowledge and, ideally, work. Founder Alex Lindsay, who is also the host of “This Week in Media,” explains why he started the Corps and what has been the result.
Michael Smollin, Free-lance D.I. Colorist, was working the Nucoda booth at NAB, showcasing their color grading software. We invited him to explain the process of color grading – that is, giving your film a “look” – as well as the benefits of the new Open EXR standard for improving exposures in difficult situations.
Greg Prentiss, Director of Sales – US, Autoscript. Autoscript makes a variety of teleprompters. In this interview, Greg Prentiss discusses the different kinds of prompters, how they can be used, and their new announcements at NAB this year.
Josh Apter, Owner, Manhattan Edit Workshops. Manhattan Edit Workshops provides training for Apple, Avid, and Adobe software around the U.S. Founder Josh Apter discusses the training they provide — plus, the hit of their booth: recording, editing, and posting videos directly from an iPad.
Craig Mott, Managing Director, Bluefish444. Bluefish444 makes uncompressed SDI video capture cards for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh systems. Crag Mott explains how their cards work, their latest NAB announcements, and why you need a capture card in the first place.
Dr. Ji Zhang, CEO & Chairman, Yuvad Technologies. Yuvad is a leading provider of multi-service video processing, and video over IP, with advanced advertising capabilities. Since all of us are looking for ways to turn our projects into money, you’ll be interested in what Dr. Zhang has to say.
- 2011 NAB Show Buzz Report – Day 5 (04/15/11)
- 2011 NAB Show Buzz Report – Day 1 (04/11/11)
- 2011 NAB Show Buzz Report – Day 2 (04/12/11)
- 2011 NAB Show Buzz Report – Day 3 (04/13/11)
- Greg Prentiss, Autoscript