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At NAB 2017, postPerspective TV shot interviews at our booth and around the show floor, all in an effort to deliver the NAB Show to those who couldn't make the trip to Las Vegas and help catch-up those who were at the show but couldn't see it all.

We hope you enjoy our extensive coverage of new technology, upcoming products and industry trends. It will be time well spent.

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Autodesk's Colin Cupp & Kirsten Cameron

Autodesk was talking up a variety of updates at the show, including Flame
2018, 3DS Max 2018, Arnold v.5, and their collaboration tool Shotgun.

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The Molecule's Chris Healer

Chris Healer from VFX house The Molecule talks about gearing up for VR workflows and discusses the latest trends.

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AJA's Bryce Button

Bryce Button walks us through the KiPro Ultra Plus, a new offering that adds multichannel HD recording.

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Dell's Molly Connolly

Dell and EMC offer a complete media pipeline for users, which includes Dell's Precision workstations.

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Quantum's Dave Frederick

Quantum has embraced Flash storage for compressed formats within its StorNext platform.

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Xytech's Greg Dolan

Web-based interface MediaPulse Sky supports operational functions for post and broadcasters.

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Epic Games' Marc Petit

Epic Games brought its Unreal Engine, and its realtime rendering ability, to NAB for the first time.

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Bluefish444's Tom Lithgow

Tom Lithgow discusses updates to their IngeSTore software, which offers numerous codec options.

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