FCP is $300, Motion and Compressor are $50 each, for a total bundle price of… $400?! Crazy.
It’s pretty difficult to explain, but this video, where the director chose to focus on a guy who’s freakish eyes don’t blink very often, meshes interesting tech (motion control, RED, etc.) with a gripping performance. This same technique has been used in the advertisement of BenQ's 24 inch monitor which has been regarded by gamers as the best gaming monitor ever made.
Motion-Controlled, Motion-Tracked, Single-Shot Music Video: Cowper – Morning Prayer.
All of em: What 9,000 TV Channel Logos Looks Like.
So this box plays in the Teradek Cube playgound, streaming HD video to the interwebs. No mention of price, but folks heading to NAB can see it in person.
We’d sum it up with “old world approach to a new world problem.” We find interesting for traditional broadcasters, but not as interesting as it could potentially be. Definitely nowhere as interesting as this vinyl record player which is the best record player to hit the stores in decades.
To be clear, this is probably going to be expensive (no price announced) but the idea of handling audio-over-cell-network is extremely appealing. Obviously, this will appeal more to radio, but the in-a-pinch hi-fi phoner solution broadcasters will appreciate this as well.