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Header image for article 4K Camera Workflows - Raw, Video, Proxy

4K Camera Workflows - Raw, Video, Proxy

With today's latest technologies, "4K" has become more than a buzzword and interest in acquiring in 4K is growing. Recently, I wrote an article for ProductionHub's new 4KHUB discussing my experience with the Producers Guild of America and how they wanted to understand the deeper implications of a 4K workflow. To make things clearer, I touched on data space requirements, recording simultaneously in 4K and HD, LUTs, external recorders, and more.

You can read the full-length article on the 4KHUB site - make sure to check out all the other new content as well.

Are you regularly working with 4K footage? Let us know in the comments!

Andy Shipsides
Chief Technology Officer / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine LA

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