Category Archives: FAQs

Eventually, there will be FAQs, but until then, please enjoy this selection of Glossaries.

Exhibition Glossaries

Warner Bros. Digital Cinema Glossary – (PDF)

Rex Beckett's dicineco DCinema Glossary (Online)

Council of Europe's Glossary Digitisation (DOC)

XDC's DC Glossary (PDF)

Michael Karagosian's MKPE Digital Cinema Technology FAQ

Michael Karagosian's MKPE Digital Cinema Business FAQs

Dolby's Digital Cinema Glossary (pdf)

Dolby's Digital Cinema Glossary – (Online)

Europa Distribution DC Glossary (PDF)

DCI DCinema Specs 1.1 Glossary (PDF)


Post Production/Mastering Glossaries

EDCF's Mastering Guide Glossary – (PDF)

Phil Green' s Digital Intermediate Guide (Online)

Surreal Road's Digital Intermediate Primer (Online)

Surreal Road's Digital Intermediate FAQ (Online)

Surreal Road's Digital Intermediate Glossary (Online)

Digital Rebellions' Post Production Glossary (Online)

 

3D Glossary

ev3's 3D Glossary


Production Glossaries

Moving Picture Companies Jargon Explained (Online)

Octamas Film Production DC Glossary (Online)

Pocket Lint's Glossary of 3D Terms (Online)

Kodak's Glossary of Film – (Online)

Kodak's Cinema and Television Glossary (Online)

Sony's ABCs of Digital Cinema (PDF)

 

Associated Glossaries

Christie's Technology Explained (OnLine)

Sony's Audio Glossary (PDF)

 

Krack’d WPA2…and now, ROCA

KRACK Wifi bug logoWPA2 is the most common protocol used for protecting WiFi signals from being used by nefarious people for horrible things. As of 16 October, WPA – and all  its variants of WPA1, WPA2, personal and enterprise, including with TKIP, AES and GCMP – is officially broken. Until repairs are made to all equipment involved in a WiFi network – that means, equipment providing the signal and equipment using the signal – it is no longer a valuable security tool. The force is called KRACK = Key Reinstallation Attacks

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Krack’d WPA2…and now, ROCA

KRACK Wifi bug logoWPA2 is the most common protocol used for protecting WiFi signals from being used by nefarious people for horrible things. As of 16 October, WPA – and all  its variants of WPA1, WPA2, personal and enterprise, including with TKIP, AES and GCMP – is officially broken. Until repairs are made to all equipment involved in a WiFi network – that means, equipment providing the signal and equipment using the signal – it is no longer a valuable security tool. The force is called KRACK = Key Reinstallation Attacks

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Patch Your Apache Now; Don’t REST

Doing what open source does best, a patch has been released for an Apache vulnerability for those using a very popular REST interface iteration. Quickly, efficiently, patched…except, you have to update/upgrade and restart the service.

So, get to it. Don’t believe me, read this article: Patch Released for Critical Apache Struts Bug | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

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Patch Your Apache Now; Don’t REST

Doing what open source does best, a patch has been released for an Apache vulnerability for those using a very popular REST interface iteration. Quickly, efficiently, patched…except, you have to update/upgrade and restart the service.

So, get to it. Don’t believe me, read this article: Patch Released for Critical Apache Struts Bug | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

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