1. Le debut de l'aventure - Premiers pas en NBA - SwishDunk

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    Voici la deuxième partie du premier chapitre de l'aventure NBA. On va choisir une équipe grâce au fait malheureux que nous ne sommes pas choisit à la draft. Ce sera les Wizards ! Pensez à liker et à vous abonner pour d nouvelles vidéos ! Vidéo précedente : https://youtu.be/67e8Q-XD4gY Vidéo suivante : à venir. Facebook : http://goo.gl/VxXcpj Pensez à faire du sport aussi ! : http://goo.gl/wySJEE La playlist de jeux : http://goo.gl/i4L2E0

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    • BMD Micro Cinema Camera @ NAB 2015

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      Grant Petty, CEO from Blackmagic Design took time to talk to us about the tiny new Micro Cinema camera at NAB show 2015. Designed for tight spaces and using remotely in drones, he explained some of its features and design principles as well as explaining its hackable 15-pin control connector.

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      • Dornbusch Download - 27/05/15

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        Toowoomba financial advisors Michael Doherty and Dan Marks discuss the NAB Entitlement offer, the chance of an interest rate cut, and the shares to watch. For more information on Dornbush Partners, visit: www.dp.net.au

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        • Zeiss VR One @ NAB 2015

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          One of the big themes at the 2015 NAB show was VR goggles and Zeiss proved to be one of the highlights. Creating a fully immersive experience these goggles showed us what the future of virtual reality looks like at a very affordable price.

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          • Convergent Design - NAB 2015

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            An interview from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Amber Cowles of Convergent Design. Convergent Design started as a manufacturer of SD/HD signal converters and evolved the product line to include video recorders, RAW data video capture devices and professional monitors. Convergent Design’s progressive technology design means that each new device includes the features and technology of the ones that preceded it. In this interview Amber talks with us about the Odyssey7Q+ Recorder/Monitor, their RAW Bundle Upgrade, Compatibility with Third Party SSD Drives and many more firmware updates. The Odyssey7Q+ is the most advanced, most capable, most versatile monitor/recorder in the world. The Odyssey7Q+ can record HD/2K/UHD/4K. It can record them via SDI and HDMI. It can record RAW (with Record Options), uncompressed DPX, and Apple ProRes 422 (HQ). The Odyssey7Q+ features an OLED 1280x800 monitor with true blacks, accurate colors, extended color gamut and a 176 degree viewing angle. Along with the best image in the industry, the Odyssey7Q+ also features an extensive array of image analysis tools, including an RGB waveform, RGB Histogram, False Color, Pixel Zoom with finger drag, three-mode Focus Assist and monitoring LUTs. The unique Multi-Stream Monitoring mode allows up to four HD video inputs to be viewed at once in a quad-split view or to be live-switched between in full screen. The Odyssey7Q+ weighs a little over one pound, is just one inch thick and can run on any power source from 6.5-34 volts. Convergent Design engineers are always working to expand the capabilities of the Odyssey family of monitor/recorders. Recently the company announced that Apple ProRes 4K/UHD will be possible up to 60p and 2K/HD will be possible up to 240p. The new capabilities will be available for all currently supported Apple ProRes formats, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422, and Apple ProRes 422 (LT). High frame rate material is useful both for creating slow motion material and more immersive content. Several networks and distributors are specifying 60p frame rates for UHD deliverables. Some cameras can only output higher frame rates in a RAW data format. RAW data at high frame rates consumes vast amounts of memory. Instead recording high frame rate material in Apple ProRes significantly reduces on set media needs, slashes offload times, dramatically simplifies post workflows, and shortens post schedules. The first input format scheduled to be made available with the higher frame rates are the RAW data signals from the Sony FS7 and FS700 for clients utilizing the Sony FS Record Option on the Odyssey7Q and Odyssey7Q+. This will allow the recording of 4K RAW -> 4K/UHD/2K/HD Apple ProRes up to 60p, 2K RAW -> 2K/HD Apple ProRes up to 240p, and 4K RAW Burst -> 4K/UHD Apple ProRes up to 120p (available on the FS700). The new capabilities will be made available in a free future firmware update to all users who have purchased the FS700 record option. Future support will include Canon C500 4K RAW, Canon C500 HD video (up to 120fps), Sony F5/F55 4K/UHD video, and others. All Apple ProRes frame rate expansions will be provided via free firmware updates. Current owners of Record Options will receive increased capabilities within their Record Options at no additional cost. While the regular purchase price of the Odyssey RAW Bundle is $995, if you have previously purchased the Record Option for ARRIRAW, Canon Cinema RAW or POV RAW, you will now be granted full access to the complete Odyssey RAW Bundle at no additional cost. If you have previously purchased the Sony FS RAW Record Option for the FS700 and FS7 cameras, then Convergent Design is extending to you a limited time offer. You can purchase the Odyssey RAW Bundle for just $200, the difference in price between your current Record Option and the Odyssey RAW Bundle. The $200 upgrade offer is valid until June 30th, 2015. Additionally, Convergent Design announced that Odyssey monitor/recorders will support the use of two models of Samsung SSDs. The Samsung 850 EVO 500GB and Samsung 850 EVO 1000GB SSDs will be allowed for use in the Odyssey7, Odyssey7Q, and Odyssey7Q+. For more information please visit: http://www.Convergent-Design.com

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            • Carl Zeiss - NAB 2015

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              An interview from the 2015 National Associaton of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Richard Schleuning of Carl Zeiss. Carl Zeiss is one of the oldest existing optics manufacturers in the world and is world renowned for their optical quality. At NAB ZEISS showcased its entire lens portfolio: from the SLR lenses including the ZEISS Otus high-end lenses, the ZEISS Loxia E-mount full-frame lenses and ZEISS Compact Prime CP.2 and ZEISS Compact Zoom CZ.2 right up to ARRI/ZEISS Ultra Prime, ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime and ARRI/ZEISS Master Anamorphic. In this interview Richard talks with us about the ZEISS Compact Zoom CZ.2 15-30/T2.9, the CZ.2 28-80/T2.9 and the CZ.2 70-200/T2.9. ZEISS has set new performance standards for cine zooms. Equipped with an interchangeable mount system (IMS), the lenses can be flexibly used on practically all current and future cameras. The zooms are equally suitable for HDSLR cameras and professional HD video and movie cameras. All lenses of the ZEISS Compact Zoom family comply with the 4K production standards and, like the ZEISS Compact Prime CP.2 lenses, they are ideal for cameras featuring sensors with surfaces measuring up to 36x24 mm. The lenses easily cover image circle diameters of up to 43 mm and function perfectly with sensors such as the RED DRAGON® with an image circle diameter of approx. 34 mm. For more information please visit: http://www.ZEISS.com/CINE

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              • Canon C300 Mark II - NAB 2015

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                An interview from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Jesse Mineo of Canon USA. Canon USA manufactures their Cinema EOS Line of compact, modular cameras designed specifically for cinematography applications, featuring Canon's unique Super 35mm CMOS sensor, revolutionary Canon DIGIC Image Processor, and 50Mbps 4:2:2 recording, in PL and EF-mount options. In this interview Jesse talks with us about the latest update to the Cinema EOS line, the Canon C300 Mark II. The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera is an evolutionary 2nd generation Cinema EOS 4K camera system with a wide range of new and improved features including 4K/2K/Full HD internal and external recording (including 4K RAW output) and a new 10-bit Canon Log 2 Gamma. This powerful new camera also features an expanded dynamic range of 15 stops, improved Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus, innovative focus assist engineering and CFast recording technology. Redesigned with the help of user input, the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera helps to deliver more creative flexibility for professional studio motion picture production applications, as well as independent productions, TV dramas, commercials, news features, sports and more. The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera integrates a re-designed imaging system of advanced components. These include a newly developed 8.85 Megapixel Canon Super 35mm 16:9 CMOS image sensor that supports up to 4K (DCI) recording with a maximum resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels and a high-speed readout for reduced rolling-shutter distortion. Working in concert with its dual Canon DIGIC DV5 image processors, data from the 4K sensor delivers Over-Sampling HD Processing for reduced-moiré 2K(DCI)/Full 1080-60p HD recording and Dual-Pixel CMOS Auto Focus with an expanded focusing area and Face Detection (in combination with Canon EF lenses). The dual DIGIC DV5 image processors also help to reduce visual noise and enable high-sensitivity shooting at a maximum speed of ISO 102,400 (+54dB) for sharp, clear image capture using only ambient lighting. In addition to its sensor and processors, the EOS C300 Mark II camera also incorporates a trio of XF-AVC H.264 codecs that enable in-camera 4K (DCI) recording to dual CFast card slots and 2K/Full HD recording to an SD card slot. For external recording and monitoring, twin 3G-SDI outputs capable of 4K RAW output are included on the rear of the camera body Users can choose among multiple recording modes, resolutions and frame rates to meet their production needs. For more information please visit: http://www.USA.Canon.com

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                • Boland Communications - NAB 2015

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                  An interview from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Gary Litwin of Boland Communications. Boland Communications manufactures Broadcast quality LCD & LED monitors with multiple inputs including: 3G/HD/SDI, Composite, DVI, HDMI, and VGA. Boland is constantly pushing the boundaries in new technology, and our color stability is guaranteed by All-Digital 12-bit Processing. In this interview we talk with Gary about their wide range of monitors including their BVB Series, 7” & 9" DayBrite / 2-Way Cross Conversion Monitors. Building on the success of Bolands’s launch last year of BVB/PVB Series monitors, at the 2015 NAB Show they introduced the BVB07, BVB09, and PVB16 HD DayBrite models with incredibly bright LCDs (1500 nts). Boland also displayed their large format HXL47 and HXL55 monitors. The BVB Series features - 4:4:4. Waveform and Vector Scopes - 16 channel audio with de-embedder and built-in speakers - Support for 2K. 3G SDI Single Link and Dual link - RGB Parade - Digital and Analog signal inputs. - 10 bit processing and 10 bit panels - Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture…each frame getting it’s own scopes simultaneously and with the ability to monitor dual SDI signals at the same time. For more information please visit: http://www.BolandCom.com

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                  • Blackmagic Design - NAB 2015

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                    An interview from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Dan May of Blackmagic Design. Blackmagic Design creates the world’s highest quality video editing products, digital film cameras, color correctors, video converters, video monitoring, routers, live production switchers, disk recorders, waveform monitors and real time film scanners for the feature film, post production and television broadcast industries. In this interview Dan talks with us about a ProductionHUB Award of Excellence winner, the Blackmagic URSA Mini Camera. The Blackmagic URSA Mini, is a compact and lightweight Super 35 digital film camera that’s perfectly balanced for handheld use and comfortable enough to be used all day. URSA Mini features an incredible 4.6K image sensor, switchable global or rolling shutter, up to 15 stops of dynamic range, a large 5 inch fold out viewfinder and dual RAW and Apple ProRes recorders. Blackmagic URSA Mini is designed to be used on feature films, television shows, commercials, indies, documentaries, music videos and more. The stunning quality of its 4.6K sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range lets customers capture epic cinematic shots, while its compact size is perfect for solo shoots or smaller crews. URSA Mini features multiple mounting points so it can be easily accessorized with high quality cinema lenses, rails, matte boxes and more. The optional Blackmagic URSA Mini Shoulder Kit, which features a quick release mounting plate so it can go from handheld to shoulder or to a tripod in seconds, and the Blackmagic URSA Viewfinder, make URSA Mini perfect for pickup and run shooting situations. It includes built in histograms, focus assist, audio level meters, dual RAW and ProRes recorders, high quality stereo microphones and a 5 inch fold out screen that can be used as an on set monitor. That means customers can dramatically reduce on-set equipment because so much of what they need is already built into URSA Mini, making it easier for smaller crews to use in tight locations. Blackmagic URSA Mini is a true professional digital film camera with a 4.6K sensor that captures 4608 x 2592 pixels. The sensor features a global shutter for shooting up to 30 frames per second and up to a super wide 15 stops of dynamic range that delivers more latitude than traditional motion picture film. Blackmagic URSA Mini can also shoot up to 60 frames per second with rolling shutter for customers that need to work at higher frame rates. Built in sensor refrigeration ensures maximum dynamic range for incredibly clean images that have amazing detail in both dark shadow and bright highlight areas of the picture. Images are saved using 12-bit lossless CinemaDNG RAW, or ProRes for easy post production workflows with minimum storage requirements. URSA Mini includes ¼” mounting points on the top and bottom of the camera for attaching standard accessories that customers are accustomed to using with larger, full size cameras. There is also a range of Blackmagic Design accessories that are designed to match and work perfectly with URSA cameras. Customers can choose from the Blackmagic URSA Mini Shoulder Kit which includes a shoulder pad with built in quick release tripod mount and a top handle. The Blackmagic URSA Viewfinder features a high resolution 1920 x 1080 color OLED display and glass based optics that’s incredibly accurate and sharp so customers get a viewfinder that allows perfect focusing and operates just like an optical viewfinder. The URSA Mini is available in 4 models, customers can choose either EF or PL lens mounts and 4K or 4.6K image sensors. Prices for the Blackmagic URSA Mini start at $2,995 for the 4K EF model. For more information please visit: http://www.BlackmagicDesign.com

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                    • Bexel - NAB 2015

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                      An interview from the 2015 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Halid Hatic of Bexel. Backed by award-winning engineering support, enhanced production services, custom fiber solutions and the most technologically advanced systems in the industry, Bexel stands alone as the leading worldwide provider of broadcast services. In this interview Halid talks with Bexel Global Initiative & the companies involved, as well as all of the services they offer. Bexel Global Broadcast Solutions, is the new business unit that will bring the Vitec Group’s portfolio of top tier production services companies together and will serve as an umbrella entity to streamline offerings for the organization’s global clientele. Comprised of a prestigious group of companies, BGBS includes Autocue Hire/QTV Teleprompters, Autoscript Hire, Bexel, Bexel ESS, Bexel TSS, Camera Corps, and The Camera Store. For more information please visit: http://www.Bexel.com

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