"Dangerous to Know is a film that looks as good or better than the Hollywood big-budget productions"
Sorry, it isn't. I love finding new and inexpensive ways of shooting film and do believe great things can be done differently. This isn't the case though. The trailer looks amateurish, it's overlong trying to impress with badly executed storytelling cliches, the camerawork is alright at times but inconsistent with unrealistic lighting and the image lacks DR, the sound is awfully recorded and the stock bassy droning effects are tired, and even the story looks shabby from what can be seen. Get a grip and come to terms with reality -- doesn't mean it's not a good effort, of course but far from what you claim it to be.
"Improved video recording"
^^ What the fuck does that mean? :D
Complete garbage of article.
"Big formats sometimes disappear faster than we think" -- not really, usually they hang around for ages, you just mentioned yourself VHS only died last year and it's been around since seventies.
But how do you even define a "death" of a digital format? The idea of having to need plugin is ridiculous, considering lame.exe which includes both encoder and decoder is les than 500kb -- what's the problem keeping that code in any future player? No to mention everyone's collection is in MP3 and if anything, people are switching to streaming or the audiophile minority to lossless formats, not to the AAC.
To sum it up, nothing happened, MP3 patent just expired, so the implementation is even easier and cheaper than ever.
Nice one. NFS should really tone down their headlines.
The image is titled ucb_season_1.jpg, so possibly this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upright_Citizens_Brigade_(TV_series)