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By DCS, Apr 8, 2013

Welcome to our Streaming coverage from NAB 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. See the presentations of the most interesting technology at this year's NAB 2013. New cameras, lens systems, workflows and more are presented in depth by some of the most ... [ Read: STREAMING NAB 2013 ]

Sony Sues RED for Patent Infringement

By DCS, Apr 7, 2013

In a turnabout for the saga we call "REDlaw", Sony has filed a Patent Suit against Red Digital Cinema.  The following is from the Sony website: "On April 5, 2013, Sony Corporation ("Sony") sued Red Digital Cinema ("Red") for infringing 7 of Sony's patents in the United ... [ Read: Sony Sues RED for Patent Infringement ] Launches

By DCS, Apr 4, 2013

A great new website, is a comprehensive resource cataloging the technology that has been used to make the magic we see on screen. We are offered an unbiased look behind the curtain to see exactly what path any project may have taken for Production, Post, and Distribution.  Their goal is to specifically ... [ Read: Launches ]

Silent Auction 2013

By DCS, Apr 4, 2013

DCS Silent Auction 2013 - (THE DCS SILENT AUCTION IS NOW CLOSED!) Last Updated April 11th, 2:20PM PST.  Bidding ended promptly at 2:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) Thursday, April 11th, and the winners will be notified shortly thereafter. In most cases the companies making the donation have elected to ship the products directly, ... [ Read: Silent Auction 2013 ]

H.265 Format For High-Quality Video On Low Bandwidth Networks Is Approved

By DCS, Jan 27, 2013

The ITU has approved the new video format that could potentially bring 4k to future broadband networks and make streaming HD practical on low bandwidth mobile networks. The H.265 format also informally known as (High Efficiency Video Coding or HEVC), is the successor to the H.264 codec, which has become as standard ... [ Read: H.265 Format For High-Quality Video On Low Bandwidth Networks Is Approved ]