StorNext-based solutions deliver superior performance for film and video workflows because StorNext is a tunable, parallel file system that works as fast as block-level storage. This is possible because StorNext features native client software for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows workstations. That means there are tunable parameters for the clients and the servers that coordinate simultaneous access to files. Prior to any large-scale testing like this, it is important to set a baseline by verifying that these parameters perform optimally with the latest hardware and networking technologies.
Fox Sports announced this week that the 51st Super Bowl “will be more awesome than usual” as it “will mark the first time that some of the on-field Super Bowl action will also be shot using a higher-resolution 8K camera.”
Star Trek turns 50 today; a great reason for Trekkies to revisit the original series and Star Trek: The Next Generation, both of which have been remastered in high-definition.
If you’re one of the many who have taken a “wait and see” attitude to virtual reality (VR) content creation, now may be the time to jump on board. Advocates who say VR won’t go the way of 3D TV were given more reasons to cheer last week — NBC announced it will provide 85 hours of 360° video from the 2016 Olympics in Rio next month.