|08 July 2015|
Don’t get me wrong, I love tech, I embrace tech, I even bow to that great Oriental tech god SONY, but let’s look past the hype and consider for a moment, is this a step into the wondrous new tech future or just the latest market hype to sell more tellys in a totally saturated marketplace?
|29 June 2015|
4K TV is predicted to go mainstream within the next five years therefore more media should be produced for the 4K TVs. But what about people who do not want or cannot afford a 4K TV? Will they be left in the past, unable to watch any new films or television? Will this be another 3D debacle? Quite likely, well at least for some time in the future and certainly for business purposes we need to look for the most common receiving format and facility, so lower common denominator rules – which is still the internet for now! HD video on the interview is gaining some segment but the majority is lower resolution or standard resolution so although we can edit in 4K for corporate video we don’t see it being a big area for production in the near future.
|04 March 2014|
We’ve just made our annual pilgrimage across London to visit the 2014 Broadcast and Video Exhibition (BVE) at the ExCel centre, Canary Wharf in the heart of London’s docklands.
I should explain for those that don’t already know that BVE is the TV and video industry’s look at what’s new and where future technology is pointing us when it comes to all things video.