video production

  • Cloud-based video production platform 90 Seconds lands $7.5M Series A led by Sequoia India

    Cloud-based video production platform 90 Seconds lands $7.5M Series A led by Sequoia India

    Despite the increasing ubiquity of online videos, making a professional-looking one is still a complicated process that usually involves chains of emails and uploads. 90 Seconds wants to fix that problem with its cloud-based platform, which lets users handle almost every part of the video production process in one place. Today, the startup announced it has raised a $7.5 million Series A led… Read More

  • Switcher Studio turns your iPad into a live video editing studio

    Switcher Studio turns your iPad into a live video editing studio

    While improvements in camera-phone technology have led to our mobile devices slowly but surely replacing clunky single-purpose cameras, most heavy editing and production still has to be done on desktops. This is especially true for live video, which often requires a full mixing board and production studio. Enter Switcher Studio, a mobile production suite that lets you use an iDevice for live… Read More

  • Put Your Videos Online in a Fraction of the Time with Quickfire.Tv

    QuickFire TV Helps Broadcasters Get The News Out Faster

    Getting video online before your competitors is more important than ever, for better or for worse. Launching today at the Disrupt Battlefield, QuickFire TV claims to transcode video ten times faster than similar services, providing news and sports organizations videos encoded for feedback on a range of devices minutes after it’s uploaded from source footage. Read More

  • Webcasting Provider Livestream Releases New Studio-In-A-Box Video Production Hardware

    Webcasting Provider Livestream Releases New Studio-In-A-Box Video Production Hardware

    Livestream, one of the leading video companies enabling live web broadcasts, is taking a big leap today into the hardware business by offering its own video production switcher. Years ago, creating a high quality live show outside the studio required an expensive TV production truck. Major network events, like the conventions and sporting events still need a truck or several. But, most… Read More

  • James Cameron: The Future Of 3D Will Be Defined By TV

    James Cameron: The Future Of 3D Will Be Defined By TV

    Blockbuster movie director James Cameron made the top two worldwide grossing films of all time – Titanic and Avatar. This week in Las Vegas he spoke not to the movie industry, but to television broadcasters at the NAB convention about how important TV is to the future of 3D. TechCrunch also got a chance to talk to him about 3D on tablets and tweeting from the bottom of the ocean. Read More