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Winners of postPerspective Impact Awards from NAB 2018 Announced

Apple and Blackmagic Design Take Top Honors; Adobe, Arri, Codex, FilmLight, Flanders Scientific, Frame.io, Shift and Sony Also Recognized.

postPerspective, the premier source of creative and technology intelligence for the post production and production industries, today announced the winners of the postPerspective Impact Awards from the 2018 NAB Show.

All winning products reflect the latest version of the product, as shown at NAB.

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The postPerspective Impact Award winners from NAB 2018 are:

postPerspective Impact Awards — NAB 2018 MVPs:

  • Apple for ProRes RAW
  • Blackmagic Design for DaVinci Resolve 15

postPerspective Impact Awards — NAB 2018 Winners:

  • Adobe for Creative Cloud
  • Arri for the Alexa LF
  • Codex for Codex One Workflow and ColorSynth
  • FilmLight for Baselight v5
  • Flanders Scientific for the XM650U monitor
  • Frame.io for the All New Frame.io
  • Shift for MediaSilo and Wiredrive
  • Sony for 8K CLED display

Seeking to recognize debut products and key upgrades with real-world applications, the postPerspective Impact Awards are determined by an anonymous judging body comprised of respected industry professionals. The awards honor innovative products and technologies for the post production and production industries that will influence the way people work.

“All of these technologies are very worthy recipients of our postPerspective Impact Awards from NAB,” said Randi Altman, postPerspective’s founder and editor-in-chief. “These awards celebrate companies that push the boundaries of technology to produce tools that actually make users’ working lives easier and projects better, and our winners certainly fall into that category, particularly our two MVPs. We honored 10 different companies this year, as we wanted to cover the span of the entire pro pipeline, from acquisition through to post and beyond.

“We’re very proud of the fact that companies don’t ‘submit’ for our awards. We’ve tapped real-world users to vote for the Impact Awards, and they have determined what could be most impactful to their day-to-day work. We feel it makes our awards quite special.”

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