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June 8, 2011, 10:12 am
If people want to understand what motion picture making is really about then they have to understand editing. So directing with an editor's eye is taking the perception of directing knowing exactly how you are going to edit and we will discuss the tricks of the trade, what makes a good edit, what makes a good direction, what makes a good performance - there are all little things we do in the editing room so that's it in a nutshell.
February 27, 2014, 10:51 am
February 17, 2014, 6:57 pm
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February 15, 2014, 8:21 am
Just to brush old tricks up. Thanks to Paul Joy: http://www.pauljoy.com/workflow/final-cut-pro/creating-slow-motion-with-cinema-tools/ - Conforming 50fps / 60fps to 25fps / 30fps (to play in Slow-Mo) using Finder and Cinema Tools. - Conforming 50fps to 25fps (to play in Slow-Mo) using FCP7 and Cinema Tools.LACPUG: Compressor VS Cinema Tools for frame rate conversionWorking on AVID
February 14, 2014, 5:50 am
.SRT SUBTITLES:http://www.michaelcinquin.com/tools/subtitles/srt_to_fcpIMPORTING .XML FOR SUBTITLES [captionmax]BONUS:Formats and Rules of Adding Subtitles to a Film [Beyond Hollywood]BBC Subtitling Editorial GuidelinesChannel 4 Subtitling GuidelinessSugarFX way to subtitle in FCP:7
February 11, 2014, 11:18 am
Firstly, two must-reads by Larry Jordan:- Thoughts on Hard Drive Speed- An Explanation of RAID levelsVideo explanation of RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 10 by Techquickie. He says something very interesting that made me thought."Raid is not a substitution for backing-up. Redudancy is not the same as a back-up".RAID 5 and RAID 6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P8ZecG9iOI&list=TLJXxWbastKLM-MFnwM_eSjA-FYEiTuGoEJust a couple of ways of setting up RAIDs:
February 10, 2014, 5:41 am
Click here to read the whole article at PremiumBeatJust a excerpt:Save the next editor a huge headache by having a consistent naming convention for your sequences, and stick to it. Here’s how I version:Title: a name that means somethingNumbers: increment with client revisionsLetters: internal revisionsExample: The rough edit would be “2014 New Products Showcase v1”. If I went through two more refinements that I wanted to keep separate before we sent it to the client, they would be ca...
February 8, 2014, 2:54 pm
Just a handful of interesting posts about the workflow Alexa > FCP7For checking data storage: http://katabatic.tv/workflows/alexa/ http://www.lynda.com/SpeedGrade-tutorials/Understanding-LOG-flat-footage-LUTs/137897/145364-4.htmlhttp://blog.localheropost.com/main/2010/10/30/dailies-from-alexa-logc-prores.htmlhttp://www.clarkmedia.com/hd/arriflex/arriworkflowhttp://www.arridigital.com/forum/index.php?topic=6947.0http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/294/839
February 6, 2014, 11:51 am
A complete view of the materials (hard-drives, computer, cards, etc.) needed by a DIT through the processes of backing up data, on-set color grading, and delivering dailies. He focuses on RED / Alexa possible workflows:Click on the picture to read the whole article:
Gordon sits down with documentary editor and producer Kathryn Robson to discuss storytelling and her work on the hit Netflix ...
Gordon sits down to talk to Emmy Nominated editors Kate Sanford & Tim Streeto to discuss their work on the Marvelous Mrs. ...
Gordon sits down with Wade Barnett(Supervising Sound Editor) and David Barbee (Sound Designer) to discuss their work on Amazo ...
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