Artificial Intelligence Engines Drive New Transcription Software

  Digital Anarchy's Transcriptive is shipping! If you were at NAB 2017, you may have seen Jim Tierney doing a tech demo of this new, intelligent transcription software for Premiere Pro editors. Today, they've announced it's available immediately! This is great news for any editor - or anyone - who's had to deal with the …

Collaboration for Musicians: A Look at Melosity

I’ve been a guitar player most of my life, and even believed at one point that I would be on stage, touring the world with a band that would surely rival The Police, U2 or REM. But then the real world set in. Fast forward 35 years. I still play - I own two Stratocasters, …

What is HEVC and What Does it Mean for 4K Streaming?

This post originally appeared on the BoxCast Blog here. It wasn’t long ago that the discussion of 4K capture and delivery seemed like an elusive hypothetical. Debates abounded regarding the need for 4K versus its high cost and potentially slow rate of consumer adoption. Five years ago, you’d have to take out a second mortgage …

Review & Approval: When the Status Quo is Your Biggest Competitor

I first wrote about Review and Approval apps back in 2014; here’s an excerpt of some of the things I discussed in my post back then. I share these thoughts again because they still ring true and apply today: Collaborative review and approval apps aren’t necessarily a new concept. In fact, my first experience working …

Speaking with Renowned Colorist Patrick Inhofer about Color, Scopes and Trusting Your Own Eyes

  Patrick Inhofer first began teaching at the New York City Final Cut Pro User’s Group, where he demo’ed how to use FCP’s 3-Way Color Correction filter for both technical and creative effect. He later joined that group’s Board of Directors to become its Treasurer and – when his mentor, the group’s fearless leader Michael …