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April 12, 2012, 3:54 pm
Adobe has announced a new version of their Creative Suite at the last three NAB shows in a row. Unfortunately, they usually don't announce it until late Sunday night before the show opens, meaning we've not been able to reveal in advance what we’ll be talking about at the associated Post|Production World conference (requires separate registration and fee), resorting to generic titles and descriptions instead.
April 16, 2014, 12:38 pm
Woody Woodhall stopped by the Avid Press Suite at NAB 2014 to speak with Tony Cariddi, Marketing Director, Audio at Avid Technology. Focusing on Pro Tools, the two talk through how people will be able to work collaboratively, discuss format changes and detail why it's essential for people to get onto Pro Tools 11.
April 15, 2014, 4:04 pm
While all the biggest news and coverage out of AJA came around their surprise CION camera I took my turn interviewing Bryce Button of AJA about a few things beyond the CION. I wanted to chat about another interesting surprise from AJA called the LUT-box. This unassuming $695 interface sits just outside of your viewing monitor in the signal chain and is designed to transform that signal with a 3D LUT.
April 15, 2014, 2:33 pm
I couldn’t go to NAB without stopping by and visiting the folks at Red Giant Software. Their big news was the launch of Red Giant Universe and I talked with Sean from Red Giant about just that. But I didn’t want to let the other stuff go by unmentioned either so a talk with Randon gets us some info on Bulletproof, PluralEyes and the new Instant 4K.
March 24, 2014, 1:04 am
The Video Production Podcast Roundup is designed to help you make decisions around what podcast you want to listen to and to ensure you don't miss something that will be of interest. Podcast roundup articles will give you a real sense of what each show has to offer. However, the roundups aren't merely a summary of episodes. They're put together by the very people producing these shows and provide a unique perspective on each episode.
March 18, 2014, 9:34 pm
It’s not often that Hollywood’s stars publicly recognize the great stewardship that an editor of a film has of their performance. But it’s a long journey between what an actor emotes in front of a camera and the reception of that performance by an audience. The director certainly has a strong influence on that performance, but the editor (with the director’s guidance) is the final gatekeeper of the performance the audience sees and the context in which it’s seen.
March 16, 2014, 12:05 pm
Although they've discussed some of the benefits of camera archives before, in this episode, Mark shows Steve an additional benefit: relinking media. If you ever have media go offline for any reason, if you had simply copied the card, you would have to locate that media clip by clip as you relink, since it's located in a bunch of different folders. But with a camera archive, relinking media is a simple one-step operation.
March 14, 2014, 11:51 am
Scott Simmons attended the 2014 Editors Retreat and came back with a whole tool box full of new tools. The Gearheads session provided a nice list of useful tools for editors and filmmakers alike.
March 9, 2014, 6:42 pm
Since 2009, Rob Bralver and Jeff Broadway of Gatling Pictures have worked together on documentary films that tell stories of social importance. Their latest project, OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON (THIS IS STONES THROW RECORDS), explores the history of Stones Throw Records, a record label committed to independence and artistic freedom.
March 7, 2014, 1:52 pm
The event kicked off with a mix and mingle (and open bar) where attendees were able to make introductions, exchange business cards and chat each other up. Events like this are always a lot of fun as you’re able to say hello to familiar faces that you might only see at NAB and meet others you only know via some type of online communication. Everyone is there for the same reason so approaching a stranger is easy as they are all willing to talk and share war stories from the editing room.
March 4, 2014, 9:30 am
Final Cut backups are enabled by default and they back up your work every 15 minutes (if there has been a change). Now, even though you never have to manually save your work in Final Cut since it saves every change you make automatically, these backups can save your bacon in the event of project corruption or a drive failure.
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