NAB 2015 Digital Daily now available as an online magazine and as a PDF download. Click here or the cover to access both.NAB 2015 Digital Daily now available as an online magazine and as a PDF download. Click here or the cover to access both.
NAB 2015 Digital Daily DAY ONE issueThe first few hours of the NAB 2015 Show are upon us and we have our first Digital Daily already published. Click here or on the cover above to go to this brilliant online magazine.
HD Magazine's Digital Edition 56 is now available for download in our iBooks store. Only 99p or currency equivalent this latest edition is packed full of vital information for the video professional, including 16 pages of Downton Abbey series 2, reviews of camcorders and editors, interviews with DoPs and post experts and our camera equipment listing.
Our new Digital Edition has features from the US including 'Hollywood RAW' how the West Coast is changing the post production model; 'Welcome to Hollywood' how Canon has seduced Tinsel Town film makers; Scarlet-X is launched finally to darkness; The Muppets in 4k; plus film trailers and audio interviews.
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HD MAGAZINE'S Digital Edition 53 includes our review of the gear to see at this year's IBC Convention in Amsterdam where we also bumped in to Hollywood legend James Cameron and his partner Vince Pace. Their interview is interesting for the fact that they are the first to predict the end of the convergence puller and stereographer.
Also in the issue a case study featuring Sony's PMW-F3 camera which Alastair Lee chose to shoot his maiden TV commercial for Berghaus outdoor clothing. Another case study explains the technology behind a new 'car' game show called Driving Wars. The premise of the show is that remoted drivers control cars on a number of tracks safe in the knowledge that if they crash only the car will be damaged. But to allow for this 'carmagedon' to unfold a clever new way of sending video and instructions had to be thought of.
There is also our review of Sony's FS100E camcorder which is the latest product to join Sony's 35mm digital cinematography revolution. Also our usual gear list is joined by a new 'video watch' feature which includes some interesting videos from numerous video sharing sites.
The new edition is only 99p to buy or you can buy an annual subscription for only £5 which gives you about a 35% saving on buying a year's single editions.
HD Magazine's DIGITAL Edition 51 is now available from our iBooks store for only 99p. Reading all about the shooting of Arri ALEXA's first movie Anonymous with an interview with DoP Anna Foerster. Details of VIMEO's professional service aimed at business owners, our long term test of EPIC-M camera, post FCP X comment with Editing 2.0, camera listing and much more.
Past issues are available for only 59p.
Using the Apple iBooks interface HD Magazine is now available on the iPad and in fact any Tablet currently on sale. While we work on and develop our APP the iBooks interface allows our content to be viewed on a page per page basis on the wonderful iPad screen.
The iBooks interface allows for quick navigations around the issue with smooth zooming and panning around. As iBooks has been designed for books there are also adjustments to screen brightness, a bookmark feature and instructions to print.
All issues can sit on your 'collections' bookshelf.
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