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Apple has introduced a new update coming April 9 to Final Cut Pro X, with version 10.4.1 introducing ProRes RAW, combining the visual and workflow benefits of RAW video with the performance of ProRes.
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Android P brings HEIF media format that Apple supports across iOS 11 & macOS High Sierra

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Google’s Android P supports same HEIC format as Apple, has software display notch like iPhone X

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Google on Wednesday revealed a slew of details about the next version of Android, codenamed Android P, including a pair of features following in Apple’s footsteps.
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Android P feature spotlight: HDR VP9 video and HIEF image format now supported

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HEIF, or ‘High Efficiency Image File Format,’ is a relatively new format that was developed by the MPEG Group in 2015. It’s designed to maintain twice as much image data as a JPEG image, while keeping the file size roughly identical. Android P now includes native support for this file format, along with a decoder for HDR VP9 video.

HEIF became more widespread last year, when Apple began supporting it on macOS High Sierra and iOS 11.

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[Update x2: Hotfix supplement] Google changed the build number format in Oreo—here’s how to read it

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The format of Android build numbers has been the same for years, but it’s changing in Android 8.0. The first non-preview version of Oreo just rolled out with the new format, which is a big departure.

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Google takes AMP beyond basic posts with its new story format

 For the most part, Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project was about what its name implies: accelerating mobile pages. Unsurprisingly, that mostly meant quickly loading and rendering existing articles on news sites, recipes and other relatively text-heavy content. With that part of AMP being quite successful, Google is looking to take AMP beyond these basic stories. Read More
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Facebook Doubling Down on Stories Format By Testing Ability to Post From Desktop

Facebook is testing a feature that will let users post stories on Mac and PC, in an effort to further make the ephemeral sharing feature stick on the platform. Once the test rolls out wide, Facebook users will be able to click an “Upload Photo” button to share pictures and videos to their story, or “Open Camera” to record a story with a webcam.

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The test also includes “much more prominent placement” for stories on desktop, where they will now sit on top of the News Feed — similar to their location on the iOS app — instead of in the sidebar. TechCrunch reported that all of this amounts to a new effort in “doubling down” on the stories format, despite the fact that most users have responded critically to the addition, and its poor performance last year caused the company to slightly tweak the app’s user interface in an attempt to boost usage.

While some normal users might remain hesitant to use stories, it’s believed Facebook’s introduction of stories onto its desktop website could lead to “brands, event promoters, and group admins” embracing the format more. For users that visit Facebook daily on the web, the company said that the site will remain easy to navigate.

“We are always working to ensure people can easily navigate and enjoy Facebook, regardless of how they connect,” a Facebook spokesperson tells me. “We are testing the option to create and share Stories from Facebook on desktop and are also testing moving the Stories tray from the top right corner to above News Feed, just like on mobile.” Previously you could only consume Stories on web that had to be created on mobile. For now, a small percentage of users will see this new posting ability and design.

Facebook’s push for stories is also centered around the company’s preparation to launch more augmented reality features in the future. With stories launching on the web, Facebook’s 24-hour post sharing format will now be able to sync across its iOS and Android apps, desktop site, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram, making it easier for users to share one story on multiple platforms.

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NVIDIA unveils 65-inch 4K ‘Big Format Gaming Displays’ with G-SYNC

We've seen the rumors and speculation about an Apple TV, but it turns out NVIDIA beat them to the punch. At CES today, the company unveiled its "Big Format Gaming Displays" (BFGDs), monstrous 65-inch 4K HDR screens with a ton of embedded technology….
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Fujifilm launches a square format printer for your smartphone

Fujifilm has launched a new square format portable printer designed specifically for use with smartphones. Called the Instax Share SP-3 SQ, the printer can be paired with your iOS or Android phone and with the help pf Fujifilm’s Share app you can start printing your photos. The SP-3 can pair with your smartphone or Fujifilm X Series cameras to print 800×800 dots 318 dpi images on Instax Square film. The whole process of printing images takes about 13 seconds. The built-in battery lets you take about 160 prints per charge. Using the Share app, users can print a single image or…

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Fujifilm made a mobile printer for its new square format film

Fujifilm unveiled a new square version of its Instax film this summer when it released the Instax SQ10 camera, and now it’s bringing that format to its lineup of small wireless printers. Today the company announced the $ 199 Instax Share SP-3, the third version of the company’s mobile instant film printers since the product was initially released at CES in 2014.

The SP-3 is the first to use the new Instax Square film, but it otherwise works much like its predecessor, the SP-2 (which prints Instax Mini film). That’s for better and for worse. Better because the SP-2 worked well — it printed fast (about 10 seconds), was easy to use with all sorts of different phones and services (like Facebook or Instagram), and the print quality was pretty…

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