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Back in the Saddle Again

by on May.19, 2016, under HD Video Pro, High Definition News

As I hang on to the advancing technology that drags us, often kicking and screaming, into the future of video and visualization, I have, once again, been drawn into the process of documenting that technology.

I am writing new “Misinformation” columns in HDVideoPro Magazine, and those can be found online at

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HD Video Update

by on Jul.29, 2014, under High Definition News, Opinion

A lot of water has passed through the bayou behind my house since i last posted here. My life changed and i was given a second chance by some proficient practitioners of the art of heart surgery. I am now in better shape than i have been for years, after driving myself down with an addiction to work. I am not totally rehabilated but i have learned to pace myself a little, hence the break in posting to this site.

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Changing World of NLEs

by on Dec.10, 2009, under High Definition News, Opinion

I ran into some HD presentation issues at Jackson Hole and that prompted me to buy an AJA Io HD box for delivery of live HD playback from a MacBook Pro that travels with it. It is well suited for playing back show elements from a Final Cut Pro timeline. We did just that for Jackson Hole this year, running a two hour awards program from a similar package. (continue reading…)

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Blackmagic HDLink & LUTs

by on Apr.16, 2009, under High Definition News

A few months ago, i discovered the HDLink Pro, a pretty impressive converter for changing SDI or HD SDI signals into DVI or HDMI signals to drive computer monitors. The HDLink does the basic job and sells for about $500, but the Pro model, for about $800, gives you an extra treat.

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Recycle Your TV!

by on Mar.30, 2009, under High Definition News

It seemed like a no-brainer to me – we are in a television transition and lots of people are replacing television sets – someone should be taking the old ones back. After months of looking for a local place to accept dead television sets and recycle them appropriately, i finally found one. (continue reading…)

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