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The Kominsky Method‘s post brain trust: Ross Cavanaugh and Ethan Henderson

By Iain Blair

As Bette Davis famously said, “Old age ain’t no place for sissies!” But Netflix’s The Kominsky Method proves that in the hands of veteran sitcom creator Chuck Lorre — The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men and many others — there’s plenty of laughs to be mined from old age… and disease, Continue reading

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Color Chat: Light Iron’s Sean Dunckley

Sean Dunckley joined Light Iron New York’s studio in 2013, where he has worked on episodic television and features films. He finds inspiration in many places, but most recently in the photography of Stephen Shore and Greg Stimac. Let’s find out more…

NAME: Sean Dunckley

COMPANY: LA- and NYC-based Light Iron

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMPANY? Continue reading


Review: Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition for audio calibration

By David Hurd

What is a flat monitoring system, and how does it benefit those mixing audio? Well, this is something I’ll be addressing in this review of Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition, but first some background…

Having a flat audio system simply means that whatever signal goes into the speakers comes out sonically pure, Continue reading


Behind the Title: PS260 editor Ned Borgman

This editor’s path began early. “I was the kid who would talk during the TV show and then pay attention to the commercials,” he says.

Name: Ned Borgman

Company: PS260

Can you describe your company?
PS260 is a post house built for ideas, Continue reading


AI and deep learning at NAB 2019

By Tim Nagle

If you’ve been there, you know. Attending NAB can be both exciting and a chore. The vast show floor spreads across three massive halls and several hotels, and it will challenge even the most comfortable shoes. With an engineering background and my daily position as a Flame artist, I am definitely a gear-head, Continue reading


NAB 2019: First impressions

By Mike McCarthy

There are always a slew of new product announcements during the week of NAB, and this year was no different. As a Premiere editor, the developments from Adobe are usually the ones most relevant to my work and life. Similar to last year, Adobe was able to get their software updates released a week before NAB, Continue reading


Sony’s NAB updates — a cinematographer’s perspective

By Daniel Rodriguez

With its NAB offerings, Sony once again showed that they have a firm presence in nearly every stage of production, be it motion picture, broadcast media or short form. The company continues to keep up to date with the current demands while simultaneously preparing for the inevitable wave of change that seems to come faster and faster each year. Continue reading


Blackmagic’s Resolve 16: speedy cut page, Resolve Editor Keyboard, more

Blackmagic was at NAB with Resolve 16, which in addition to dozens of new features includes a new editing tab focused on speed. While Resolve still has its usual robust editing offerings, this particular cut page is designed for those working on short-form projects and on tight deadlines. Think of having a client behind you watching you cut something together, Continue reading

Avid offers rebuilt engine and embraces cloud, ACES, AI, more

By Daniel Restuccio

During its Avid Connect conference just prior to NAB, Avid announced a Media Composer upgrade, support for ACES color standard and additional upgrades to a number of its toolsets, apps and services, including Avid Nexis.

The chief news from Avid is that Media Composer, its flagship video editing system, Continue reading

Video: Machine learning with Digital Domain’s Doug Roble

Just prior to NAB, postPerspective’s Randi Altman caught up with Digital Domain’s senior director of software R&D, Doug Roble, to talk machine learning.

Roble is on a panel on the Monday of NAB 2019 called “Influencers in AI: Companies Accelerating the Future.” It’s being moderated by Google’s technical director for media, Continue reading