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IBC 2012 Tools and Tips

IBC Exhibits open on the 6th of September, opening at 10:30 AM on that day and at 9AM for the rest of the exhibit days. The last day is the 11th, with a closing at 4PM.

Conferences begin a day earlier and finish on the 1th as well.

The IBC is offering an iPhone/iPad and Android App again this year. In just the first few minutes with it, it seems better than last years, although it doesn’t have some of the same problems. There doesn’t seem to be an interface with the iPhone/iPad/Android calendar system…though the yellow star that chooses favorites is a decent touch for both choosing and creating a list of events and exhibitors. Still…what I would give to have the info like the location pass through to my calendar.

IBC2012 for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store

IBC2012 – Android Apps on Google Play

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IBC 2012 Tools and Tips

IBC Exhibits open on the 6th of September, opening at 10:30 AM on that day and at 9AM for the rest of the exhibit days. The last day is the 11th, with a closing at 4PM.

Conferences begin a day earlier and finish on the 1th as well.

The IBC is offering an iPhone/iPad and Android App again this year. In just the first few minutes with it, it seems better than last years, although it doesn’t have some of the same problems. There doesn’t seem to be an interface with the iPhone/iPad/Android calendar system…though the yellow star that chooses favorites is a decent touch for both choosing and creating a list of events and exhibitors. Still…what I would give to have the info like the location pass through to my calendar.

IBC2012 for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store

IBC2012 – Android Apps on Google Play

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iApp 2012

Since a discussion with friend Seth Krugliac of the post house and audio specialist 5 Guys Named Moe…geez, that’s a long sentence already. Anyway, he was developing an iApp…no, I mean, actually developing one, not like me and 50,000 other people who are just waiting for some version of hardware and software that will eventually do what we need to make the app-of-a-lifetime actually work. Yet again…not to the point…Anyway, Seth has finished that app before I got the iApp article written that I was hoping for.

Certainly, no one can write a iApp article without giving homage to Taz Goldstein’s Hand Held Hollywood website. It has a great collection of reviews, plus a directory that seems to include everything.

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iApp 2012

Since a discussion with friend Seth Krugliac of the post house and audio specialist 5 Guys Named Moe…geez, that’s a long sentence already. Anyway, he was developing an iApp…no, I mean, actually developing one, not like me and 50,000 other people who are just waiting for some version of hardware and software that will eventually do what we need to make the app-of-a-lifetime actually work. Yet again…not to the point…Anyway, Seth has finished that app before I got the iApp article written that I was hoping for.

Certainly, no one can write a iApp article without giving homage to Taz Goldstein’s Hand Held Hollywood website. It has a great collection of reviews, plus a directory that seems to include everything.

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ASC Digital Assistant–The iPhone App

toland fov viewAn iteration of the American Cinematographer Manual has been introduced by the iPhone developers, Chemical Wedding. Bringing the venerated 70 year old set of tools into a modern structure, the American Society of Cinematographers partnered with Chemical Wedding to deliver the Toland ASC Digital Assistant for the iPhone or iPod Touch.
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