SCRI’s recent comprehensive survey of digital video users across a wide spectrum of end users tracked the relative importance of technology issues to users. The 2013 Digital Media Production Trends Report presents the detailed findings of key issues such as storage, formats, cloud-based software and storage, as well as brand shares for cameras and post production tools.
The five most important technology issues, across the board, ranked in order of importance are: Data Storage, File-Based Workflows, Archival of Digital Files; Digital File Transfer and Video Compression.
The next most important group includes: Color Management & Integrity; Onsite Storage; Data Security; Distributing Digital Content via New Emerging Channels & Faster Frame Rates.
The five least important issues include: 8K workflow; 3D Stereoscopic Workflow; Editing in the Cloud; Disk Authoring; and Digital Dailies.