by Fabian Chaundy | 27th March 2017
After a year in public Beta, music licensing start-up Artlist.io have finally released the final open version of their platform. So, what exactly can we expect now from this service? We originally reported about Art-List back in early 2016. Around that time, the music licensing platform market was truly exploding with various emerging solutions, such as the re-launch of Musicbed, and newcomers such as Soundstripe or Filmstro. What caught our attention at the time, however, was Art-List’s the no-fuss approach to their business model: a fixed yearly subscription price of $199, which includes unlimited downloads of any song in their catalogue, and for any video use – no questions asked. In addition, they run a decent deal with their contributing artists, who are based worldwide and are not held to any exclusivity agreements. Art-List (now officially Artlist) have taken user feedback collected throughout the past year of public Beta, and have included a range of improvements to their platform. In addition to a healthy boost in their catalogue with over 650 new titles, Artlist now offers features such as the option to share collections with collaborators or clients, the addition of free preview downloads, and an overall faster, more streamlined experience. The latest version of Artlist offers an enhanced mobile experience Artlist – All The New Features At a Glance 650+ new songs 120+ new albums Multi-tag selections New curated categories Duration filter Search by genre Create and share collections Completely re-designed platform Up to 10x faster functionality Enhanced user experience Enhanced mobile experience Free preview downloads Overall bug fixes Despite the improvements, Artlist are maintaining the subscription price the same: $199/year for unlimited downloads of everything in their catalogue. If you wanna know more about how the company got started, make sure you check out our Interview with Art-List founder Ira Belsky from last year. Do you already use Artlist? What do you think of them in comparison to other available platforms? Let us know in the comments below!Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 21st June 2012
Here’s some more test footage from the new Canon 650D by Johnnie Behiri. Unfortunately no other word on the clean hdmi out he revealed this week. From the vimeo page: The camera is very easy and pleasant to use. Picture quality is identical to the more expensive (but older) 7D. The real news with this camera (beside the AF which I was not able to test) is the clean HDMI output, a first ever in any Canon VDSLR. It is yet to be seen if in the final camera firmware it will be 100% usable and functional. You can DOWNLOAD the source file here. -No color correction -Editing software, Premiere CS2 with Cineform engine On a sidenote: The new 40mm f2.8 STM (video autofocus) pancake lens is now available: LINKRead more
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