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  • Prime to digitise media archives

    Television and radio broadcaster Prime Media has embarked on a digitisation project for its content over the next seven years.

    Written by Rodney Gedda15 June 11 14:01
  • Director shoots movie with iPhone

    Amateur filmmakers have no excuses now--film director Park Chan-Wook has just finished shooting a major motion picture with an iPhone.

    Written by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal12 Jan. 11 06:17
  • Aiptek i2 shoots 3D video on a budget

    Aiptek has introduced the i2, a pocket-sized twin lens camcorder that can record 3D video, at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

    Written by Nick Barber05 Sept. 10 02:00
  • Panasonic debuts first consumer 3D HD camcorder

    Panasonic used the broiling, hectic setting of the U.S. Open tennis tourney in New York Wednesday to showcase the capabilities of its first handheld consumer-grade 3D camcorder. On a day so hot and humid that one athlete, Victoria Azarenka, collapsed and had to withdraw from competition, Panasonic showed how the US$1,400 Panasonic HDC-SDT750 handheld unit could record clear 3D video without the large and heavy hardware usually connected with 3D videography.

    Written by Robert S. Anthony03 Sept. 10 07:51
  • Roxio Creator 2011 adds 3D

    Forget about Avatar in 3D -- thanks to software maker Roxio, now your home movies can feature grandma, the kids, and all your friends in eye-popping 3D. Roxio announced Tuesday the latest versions of its all-in-one media software suite, Creator 2011 and Creator Pro 2011.

    Written by Ian Paul25 Aug. 10 02:32
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  • Viral video: A DIY guide

    Now that YouTube officially supports 15-minute videos, Andy Warhol's dictum that we'd all be famous for 15 minutes has proven more than a little prescient. Viral video is nothing to scoff at. There's more than just page-view bragging rights at stake--there's real money to be made. (Get popular enough, and YouTube will cut you in on ad revenue.)

    Written by Christopher Null18 Sept. 10 10:30
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