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Re: Please forgive the blatant OT - ethernet over powerlines
by David Eaks on Sep 13, 2012 at 6:30:49 am
in the SAN - Storage Area Networks Forum
I use a netgear xav1004 for my Xbox, big screen and Blu-ray player. Online multiplayer gaming seems better than wifi and Netflix is definitely better. That's the extent of my use with Ethernet over power. Plugged it in, seemed better, cool. FWIW
Re: Boys of Bonneville
by Stephen Smith on Sep 5, 2012 at 4:13:01 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
I'm excited that Boys of Bonneville is now on Netflix: https://movies.netflix.com/movie/Boys_of.../70247982
Re: OT: If that is possible in this particular forum
by Jeremy Garchow on Aug 31, 2012 at 12:58:00 am
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] "How much do you think ESPN could get away with? Or AMC? I'd say ESPN could go higher but AMC would have to aim lower (and get its content off of Netflix)." But these channels have different revenue streams all together. [Andrew
Re: OT: If that is possible in this particular forum
by Andrew Kimery on Aug 30, 2012 at 11:52:15 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I hadn't seen that yet. I assume if it goes well HBO will try and do something similar in the U.S. down the line. I presume that current contracts with cable providers is one of the reasons this isn't happening in the U.S. yet. I wonder how $12.
Netflix Transport Stream Specs, can AME do it?
by Eric Hansen on Aug 28, 2012 at 7:12:12 pm
in the Adobe Media Encoder Forum
I just got delivery specs from Netflix: MPEG-2 Transport Stream High Profile 80Mbps PCM audio it stated in their specs sheet that Compressor is not able to deliver to their specs, and they recommended a $1500 Quicktime plug-in from Pixel Too
Re: Recommendations for Blu-Ray player for testing self-authored blu-ray discs - BD-R
by Ben Knight on Aug 17, 2012 at 1:06:28 am
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Hi all, thanks for the thoughts. Yeah, I was looking at that Sony.. In the end I went for the Panasonic DMP-BDT320, as mentioned..... You know what, so far so good! I should mentioned It's right near my Airport Express (the WiFi source),
Re: USA Today on the future of retail shopping.
by Chris Harlan on Aug 15, 2012 at 8:02:20 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] "[Chris Harlan] "I hate to disagree, but the Internet threat to CDs and DVDs was pretty well understood by all at that point, and if you were anything more than a journeyman PC user, obvious a good five years before that. So, Bellevue
Re: USA Today on the future of retail shopping.
by Andrew Kimery on Aug 15, 2012 at 7:23:08 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Chris Harlan] "I hate to disagree, but the Internet threat to CDs and DVDs was pretty well understood by all at that point, and if you were anything more than a journeyman PC user, obvious a good five years before that. So, Bellevue, no. So in '9
Re: commendations for Blu-Ray player for testing self-authored blu-ray discs - BD-R
by Jeff Pulera on Aug 15, 2012 at 4:45:03 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Hi Ben, I also like the Sony, but don't have the model number handy as I am at work right now. Has the wireless capability for NetFlix, Hulu, Amazon, and many others, has worked very well for online viewing as well as proofing DVDs and Blu-rays th
Recommendations for Blu-Ray player for testing self-authored blu-ray discs - BD-R
by Ben Knight on Aug 14, 2012 at 8:06:12 pm
in the DVD Authoring Forum
Hello all, I'm just starting to author blu-rays on my mac to be used as screeners for film festivals. Because I can't play a blu-ray on the mac, i need a blu-ray player to test my authored single-layer BD-R discs. (FYI I'm using Compressor a
New documentary about D-Day re-created as a paintball game!
by Doug Gritzmacher on Aug 14, 2012 at 2:50:58 am
in the Indie Film & Documentary Forum
Hey folks. We are filmmakers in Washington, DC, and just completed a feature documentary about "Oklahoma D-Day", the largest paintball game in the world. Five thousand people gather every June to re-stage D-Day and instead of bullets, they use paint.
Re: I QUIT.... Working for nothing.
by Andrew Kimery on Aug 3, 2012 at 12:09:15 am
in the Business & Marketing Forum
[Scott Sheriff] "So if you think the video production biz is still viable, and don't think the industry is in a terminal decline, let me ask you a question." I'm not going to pretend to answer for Tom, but I'll toss in my two cents anyway. First
Re: OSX 10.8 + QTX + FCPX fully color managed
by Erik Lindahl on Jul 31, 2012 at 6:24:33 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
The colors should be constant Agree and they are not between After Effects, QTX and VLC. REC 709 should be altering the gamma and color curves to show how that image looks on a properly calibrated video monitor, right? Agree, but the look differ
Re: Nielson Ratings vs. Breaking Bad
by Scott Roberts on Jul 26, 2012 at 7:47:36 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
[Tim Wilson] "And no kidding, I did an AWESOME job explaining ratings. LOL Which, again, I only wrote it in an answer questions you raised" I guess I should apologize, haha. I suppose I didn't need to make you write another epic post on ratings w
Re: Nielson Ratings vs. Breaking Bad
by Tim Wilson on Jul 26, 2012 at 6:50:06 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
[Scott Roberts] "This is how maddening Nielsen ratings are. After the season debut of Breaking Bad opened with 2.9 million viewers, the second week shed 21 percent of its audience according to Nielsen. But did it really? I mean, just think abou
Nielson Ratings vs. Breaking Bad
by Scott Roberts on Jul 26, 2012 at 5:02:18 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
I know that we've had a semi-huge discussion on Nielson ratings here in the FH&A forum before (http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/267/3161), but without going back and rereading the whole thing I don't remember how it ended or what specifically w
Re: The Artist
by Scott Roberts on Jul 23, 2012 at 4:00:04 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
I don't think it's the greatest movie ever made, by a long shot, but it's cute. It tells a nice, simple story. Not a brand new way, but in a way that hasn't been done in a LONG time. At least successfully (to avoid the "well, this guy made a
Re: How to film seamless conversation with one camera?
by Mark Suszko on Jul 20, 2012 at 8:53:38 pm
in the Cinematography Forum
Netflix Hitchock's "Rope". Supposed to be all one take, he actually planned camera moves across blocking objects that hid the splices where the next roll of film began. If your actors are very good, they can also be so consistent that three take
Re: building a content platform - including #drm #html5 #ppv
by Mike Lewis on Jul 12, 2012 at 2:11:50 am
in the Web Streaming - Audio|Video Forum
Hi Mads, Thank you for your time and response, here are a few things I wanted to point out. All logistics aside, lets say you have wonderful relationships with the distributors, publishers and record labels and all the deals were inked and the
Re: Confused about Best Format - including #drm #html5 #ppv
by Mike Lewis on Jul 11, 2012 at 8:51:05 pm
in the Web Streaming - Audio|Video Forum
Hi Mads, First I want to thank you for your reply, I really appreciate your time. I agree with what you said, this is a whole lot to take on, but I find myself in an difficult situation: Through a bunch of unexpected circumstances we are able t
Re: Tape is dead ???
by Bill Davis on Jul 6, 2012 at 5:53:40 am
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Jeremy Garchow] "It's not pretty but it's highly accurate." Accurate in a system trying to keep track of the number of grains of sand on a beach, perhaps. I see the strings of nulls and simple binary directors - but still, sheesh - something
advice on computer extras as to AVID
by William Burrus on Jul 3, 2012 at 3:17:13 am
in the AVID Forum
I'm taking an AVID class and purchasing 27' iMac with i7 processor. Will buy 16Ram separately from Apple but would appreciate advice regarding the following choices of configuration: [note: computer to be used almost exclusively for editing] 1. HAR
Just starting as a contractor - so expensive!
by Daniel Santoro on Jun 30, 2012 at 5:32:14 pm
in the Business & Marketing Forum
Hey everyone, I've just gotten out of college and landed a full time job in video editing/web design/marketing, which puts me in the 5% lucky enough to do so. Unfortunately, it's as a subcontractor for a smaller firm. The pay isn't wonderful,
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Bill Davis on Jun 29, 2012 at 9:06:09 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Franz Bieberkopf] "Franz. (I think there was a Justice O'Conn0r quote in there too, but I've edited for brevity.) " So your argument is that a Wii controller is actually a good interface for Netflix, huh. OK. Go with that. Most peop
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Franz Bieberkopf on Jun 29, 2012 at 5:42:24 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Bill Davis] "Unfortunately, that particular TV happened to be set up for Wii and so my kid convinced me to just access the Netflix interface via Wii remote. That's a fine interface for virtual bowling - but about the dumbest human movie watching con
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Jeremy Garchow on Jun 29, 2012 at 5:22:20 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] " haven't used Netflix on the Wii, but I'd make safe bet that using an Xbox or PS3 controller is even worse. Ugh. There's a reason standard universal remotes are optional buys for those systems." iOS and Microsoft to the rescue
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 29, 2012 at 4:33:01 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I haven't used Netflix on the Wii, but I'd make safe bet that using an Xbox or PS3 controller is even worse. Ugh. There's a reason standard universal remotes are optional buys for those systems.
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Bill Davis on Jun 29, 2012 at 3:54:10 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Andrew Kimery] "MS says it will be out later this year and an SDK was just recently made available to devs." I hope they get it right. I'm saying this as a guy who tried to watch a movie in my living room via NetFlix last night. Unfortunate
Re: TV (Follow Up)
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 29, 2012 at 7:40:06 am
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
There is certainly convergence happening but I don't think things like playing video games, watching TV shows, movies and, especially, live sports are going to fade into the background when it comes to TV purchases. Sure, TVs will take on secondary
Blog: Apple and their TV hobby
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 29, 2012 at 5:23:53 am
in the COW - Blogs Forum
Recently at the D: All Things Digital conference Time Cook, when asked about the various Apple TV rumors, said that TV is "an area of intense interest for [Apple]." In the past Steve Jobs referred to Apple TV as a hobby and ever since then Apple fan
Apple and their TV hobby
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 28, 2012 at 10:23:53 pm
in the Forum
Recently at the D: All Things Digital conference Time Cook, when asked about the various Apple TV rumors, said that TV is "an area of intense interest for [Apple]." In the past Steve Jobs referred to Apple TV as a hobby and ever since then...
Re: tv?
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 27, 2012 at 7:29:07 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Walter Soyka] "I don't see how it's in HBO's best interest to build their own online store, either, any more than they should run their own wires to people's homes. Exploiting other existing venues for distribution is another question entirely."
Re: tv?
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 27, 2012 at 7:05:15 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Walter Soyka] "There's apparently a huge audience that wants the content, but HBO is doggedly pursuing their old distribution model: http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2012/05/09/hbo-has-only-itself-to-blam... Didn't Apple win in music by ma
Re: tv?
by Andrew Kimery on Jun 27, 2012 at 5:32:55 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I think Apple TV, whatever it may be in the future, has a much tougher road ahead of it than any of Apple's other products. First, the HDTV / Home theater market doesn't seem to be sitting on its butt and slowly upgrading like other tech sometimes
Stephen Lighthill on Cinematography and the ASC
by Stephen Lighthill on Jun 27, 2012 at 9:00:31 am
in the Cinematography Forum
Stephen Lighthill, newly elected president of the American Society of Cinematographers, speaks to Creative COW about the state of cinematography today, the impact of technology and the role of education in maintaining the art and craft.
Re: Microsoft Surface
by Shawn Miller on Jun 19, 2012 at 9:53:19 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
[Phil Hoppes] " Xbox has been a disaster financially. For the money invested and the return they have received, I'd have to run the numbers if I could even get them but they probably would have done better buying CD's. (Cert. Deposit not the things
Re: The Future of Video Distribution (Follow Up)
by Craig Seeman on Jun 18, 2012 at 3:34:39 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
I'm not sure if YouTube has the wherewithal yet to manage and distribute original content. I think YouTube is a poor aggregator especially compared to Netflix for example. Vimeo is taking a very different approach towards fostering talent and cura
News: C21 Digital Entertainment Captures with Bluefish444
by Cow News Droid on Jun 13, 2012 at 2:11:03 am
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Melbourne, Australia--June 13, 2012) Bluefish444 announced that Digital Entertainment (P) Ltd is utilizing the Bluefish444 Epoch|2K Horizon card for capture and recording on HDCAMSR/D5, and capture and encoding for DVD and BluRay. Founded in 19
Re: What have you done in X lately?
by Tim Wilson on Jun 10, 2012 at 5:31:08 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
[Bret Williams] "That's funny you feel it's all file based.... But those are small companies. Probably exceptions to the rule. :)" It's true even for big companies. :-) Netflix is still 2:1 in favor of DVDs, and Redbox added 10,000 new kiosks
News: Lionsgate and Grindstone Entertainment Group Renew Film Slate Deal with Emmett/Furla And Cheet
by Cow News Droid on Jun 8, 2012 at 7:05:19 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
Partnership Has Produced A String of Successful Features; Crime Thriller EMPIRE STATE, Starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson And Liam Hemsworth, Is Next Film Slated For Release (Santa Monica, California--June 8, 2012) Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) and its Gr
The hunt for new revenue and distribution models vs. traditional broadcast
by Mark Suszko on Jun 5, 2012 at 8:20:45 pm
in the Business & Marketing Forum
This was interesting to me, I think you'll see this kind of thing more and more over time: http://www.lostremote.com/2012/06/04/how-a-show-like-dirty-work-could-change-tv/ The beginnings of vertical integration and self-produced content at Netf
Service: Emerging Artist Productions
by Sinohui Hinojosa on Jun 3, 2012 at 3:35:48 am
in the COW - Services Forum
Content creator, storyteller and creative media consultant, Sinohui Hinojosa is the Co-founder of Emerging Artist Productions, where he has worked for the past decade as Senior Producer/Creative Media Consultant His over 25 years experience as wr
Emerging Artist Productions
by Sinohui Hinojosa on Jun 2, 2012 at 8:35:48 pm
in the Forum
Sinohui spent the first few decades of his career in film distribution and sales, at film markets & festivals selling to direct accounts like Netflix, Amazon, Virgin & Tower Records. As a filmmaker he produced and directed the short films "Pod Nation
Re: Fast Five: The Oscar Race starts here
by Tim Wilson on May 31, 2012 at 1:00:17 am
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
[Stephen Smith] "The second one was on Netflix so I fast forwarded to the parts with action and the action wasn't that great and the story was terrible. Do I dare watch 3 and 4 since I liked the 5th?" The only really important thing about the seco
Re: Fast Five: The Oscar Race starts here
by Stephen Smith on May 29, 2012 at 4:53:42 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
Finally watched Fast 5 and loved it. [Scott] I had trouble following the story for some reason. ... I also have no idea the significance of the female police officer, and why The Rock specifically picked her for this case. I kept waiting for the
News: Bodega's HELLO LONESOME on DVD on May 29th
by Cow News Droid on May 21, 2012 at 8:31:54 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(New York, New York--May 21, 2012) New York/San Francisco-based content creation/production company Bodega is proud to announce the DVD release, through Film Movement, of indie feature film Hello Lonesome starring James Urbaniak (American Splendor),
Re: Marley
by Scott Roberts on May 21, 2012 at 6:15:12 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
I would just like to say that I love the Playstation 3's movie purchasing/renting/streaming capabilities and set up. They make it really easy. That's in addition to the fact that the PS3's Netflix and Amazon Instant Video applications are also incr
Re: Free Upgrade to CS6 Not Working
by David Cabestany on May 17, 2012 at 10:46:47 pm
in the Adobe After Effects Forum
I watched Contagion last night on Netflix, people received their vaccines after a random lottery was held based on their birth dates. Adobe's lottery is based on our purchase dates instead. That's gotta be the nerdiest comment today on the COW.
News: Film Chest Builds End-To-End Restoration Pipeline with Digital Vision Tools
by Cow News Droid on May 9, 2012 at 6:05:15 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
Innovative Company with Extensive Classic Film Library Unearths and Restores Media Gems with Golden Eye III and Phoenix (Los Angeles, California--May 9, 2012) Digital Vision has announced that Film Chest has chosen the Golden Eye III film scanne
Re: MPEG2 Transport Stream w/ PCM Audio <-?!?!?->
by Paul Kakert on May 9, 2012 at 2:19:17 am
in the Compression techniques Forum
I am trying to encode for Netflix now too. A pixeltools.com solution they suggested is the only one I have seen that will do their specs, but it is a $1,500 solution. If anyone does have a solution, please share. Paul Kakert Storytellers Internat

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