Category: Industry News

Vimeo's Amara subtitling option

Vimeo goes international

Arty video hosting website Vimeo has added a host of features designed to up its international appeal. For a start they’ve partnered with a non-profit service called Amara which provides subtitling services. You can pay for them to subtitle and caption your video, and have the...

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Mobile Video Journalism Conference

Judging by most of the Internet you’d be forgiven for thinking that smartphone video was mostly about cats or Ice Bucket Challenges. And you’d be right. But increasingly there is an army of devotees who are using their phone’s camera and processing power to create works...

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Atomos attempt to redefine HDMI

Video recorder manufacturer Atomos has grandly and boldly announced that it intends to redefine the HDMI interface “for the professional video industry”. In essence they’re saying that despite SDI being the “pro” standard for digital video interchange due to it having pro-quality features (not least of which...

Price rise on Pocket Cinema Camera!

Ah, let the good times roll. Until we’re out of stock that is. Eager beaver video enthusiasts who weren’t quick off the mark in snapping up a Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera last week when its price was slashed to £325+VAT, are probably going to...

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App launched for IBC visitors

It’s nearly time once again* for IBC, the colossal broadcasting equipment trade show in Amsterdam that takes place each year and, just as the organisers of BVE in London did earlier, so IBC’s hosts have created an App for your downloading pleasure. The App is available...

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New tools for YouTube Creators

New features aplenty are on their way for video creators using YouTube. The company took to the stage at VidCon, and to its blog, to announce some fairly substantial updates. Specifically: A brand new App – for Android only at the moment though an iOS...

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So long, YouTube inbox!

YouTube’s updating its messaging and comments again and this time it looks like they’ve come up with some good stuff. For a start the old Inbox is being phased out. Initially it’ll remain in place but able only to be read, no new messages. Later...