First Chilfest a resounding success for UEP

UEP’s first ever Chilfest The festival attracted around 5000 people the first day at Pendley Meadow in Tring, Hertfordshire, and reached its 7000 capacity on the second night. UEP’s Steve Butcher – who came up with the ambitious idea to celebrate the Tring based industry technical production company’s 15th birthday. UEP supplied all lighting equipment and visuals – LED screen and cameras – and asked HPSS from Hull on board to look after the PA system. Ben Cash and Dave Amos of Flare Lighting – a London based visual design duo – were commissioned by Butcher to create an overall production design based on being flexible and dynamic to cover […]

Eyeheight announces plug-in legaliser for Final Cut Pro X

Eyeheight complianceSuiteFCX complianceSuiteFCX allows true file-based work-flows from concept to playout by enabling users to verify and conform their content prior to submission to any file-based quality control system, all from within Final Cut. The legaliser is designed for use with high end video source files used for broadcast content production. It supports any combination of file formats and source colour-space available in Final Cut Pro X. Capabilities include composite, RGB, RGB-plus-Y and simultaneous composite-plus-RGB legalising, all with user-adjustable soft clipping at high and low thresholds. High-precision colour-space conversion allows accurate limiting to ensure gamut compliance while keeping the full gamut available for creative use. complianceSuiteFCX users can select from […]

Royal birth inspires JCDecaux Transvision screen campaign

Royal baby campaign by The Sun on JCDecaux’s Transvision rail screen The accompanying text reads “Your Royal Highness, Meet your fellow future rulers of the world”. It was one of several Royal birth-inspired digital screen displays including the BT Tower screen’s ‘It’s a boy’ message and a Johnson & Johnson ad on Outdoor Plus featuring a baby being bathed with the text: “We Treat All Babies Like Royalty”. In 2010, Hello! Magazine used JCDecaux’s PrimeTime screens to announce the publication of a “Souvenir Edition” of the celebrity mag which congratulated and commemorated the couple after their official engagement. Your Comment Cancel reply