Watch Ryan Tabrah from our Visual Computing group use Sony Movie Studio Platinum to show how using Intel® Quick Sync technology and the Intel Media SDK on the Ultrabook allows content creators to encode a video in nine minutes when it would normally take up to 20 minutes.
Wes Shimanek, Intel Segment Manager for Workstations, discusses the architecture and innovation of Intel® Xeon® based workstations and how they make it easier for digital media creators to explore more ideas in less time.
The combination of transistor, architecture, software, I/O, and instruction innovations work together to offer performance boosts that can cut drastically accelerate media-creation workflows—and enable creators to explore more ideas in less time.
Autodesk Senior 3D Tech Evangelist Mark Schoennagel discusses how ICE and Softimage work with solid-state drives, Thunderbolt™ technology, and Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Core™ processors to help digital artists quickly create amazing special effects that were considered impossible just a few years ago.
Jason Ziller, Intel’s director of marketing for Thunderbolt technology, explains many of the revolutionary advantages engineered into the product and offers a glimpse into the strategy of promoting the adoption of this new I/O technology.
The challenge for video creators—professional and amateur alike—is to rapidly produce high-quality videos from the massive data files that today’s HD cameras capture.
Professional video editor Steve Martin offers a hands-on demonstration of how fast and streamlined it can be to produce multi-camera clips with Final Cut Pro* 10 on an Intel® Core™ i7 processor-powered iMac* with Thunderbolt™ technology.
Two new products from the Roxio division of Rovi Corporation enable gamers to get instant replay—on steroids. Gamers can animate credits, overlay transitions, add sound effects from a software library, and add special effects to create engaging videos. Recording gameplay highlights, adding personal commentary, and sharing the video is now simpler than ever before—these exclusive plug-n-play tools do it all.
Expectations for pie-in-the-sky deliverables present great challenges to today's audio and media creators. The broad spectrum of capture and delivery formats makes this an even more daunting task. Tim Claman, CTO of Avid, shares how ProTools*, Media Composer*, and their customers have evolved and are now reaching for the stars with help from Intel's unmatched support teams and technology.