Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 03/06/14 12:03:49 PM
In the below short video from MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin and Mark Spencer go over an important feature for any Final Cut Pro X editor to consider: backing up. Watch below.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 03/05/14 01:03:14 PM
Adobe's next Ask a Video Pro webinar is taking place on Thursday, March 13th from 10 AM - 11 AM PT. Entitled "10 Tips for a More Efficient Workflow," the free session will be presented by editor Vashi Nedomansky. Using the example of Vincent Laforet’s "Mobius," on which Nedomansky served as senior editor, he will share his top tips for keeping your post-production workflow moving smoothly, from setting up your projects to best practices for editing, and quick tweaks to audio and color--all within Adobe Premiere Pro. Read more and register here.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 03/04/14 06:03:05 PM
Craig Bergonzoni of Filmmaker Magazine, who is currently editing a feature-length documentary on Final Cut Pro X, writes up his wishlist of 12 most wanted features for future updates to the NLE. He writes, "The FCP X update that was released along with the new Mac Pros in December of 2013 was the most important update since the launch of FCP X. As much as I am extremely grateful for the benefits of that update I still think there are big improvements that can be made. Here are 12 of my most wanted FCP X features in no particular order." Read the full story here.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 03/04/14 12:03:47 PM
Editor Vashi Nedomansky goes in-depth on his post-production workflow for independent feature film The Grind, which he has been working on for the past five years.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/28/14 04:02:22 PM
Larry Jordan has collected his articles on media management in Apple Final Cut Pro X. Topics include managing libraries, managing projects, project collaboration, exporting a master file, backup and restoration, and more. See them all here.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/27/14 02:02:27 PM
In the media and entertainment industry, content is king. The majority of this content is now produced in digital form while virtually all of this content is distributed digitally. Amid a growing demand for higher-quality content, such as HD and 4k, digital data is rapidly growing in size and adding to soaring production costs. LTO Digital tape – considered a highly cost-effective and reliable option – has increasingly become the archive answer for producers, and since the introduction of Linear Tape File System (LTFS), archiving content to tape in the workflow can be as easy as using drag-and-drop with a USB data stick.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/27/14 02:02:19 PM
American Hustle director David O. Russell is known for his long, improvisational takes and keeping the camera constantly running even while he directs his actors. The sheer amount of footage this produces would create a challenge for any editor, but Oscar-nominated Jay Cassidy is well-versed in the director’s style, having previously worked with him on Silver Linings Playbook.
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/27/14 12:02:38 PM
We are in search of cutting edge, thought-provoking presentations for Next|VIDEO Conference + Expo, taking place Oct 1st-3rd at the Pasadena Convention Center. Next|Video will significantly expand the coverage of video streaming, distribution and enterprise-level creation and acquisition. With an expanded show floor featuring new content pavilions, Next|Video will also feature a new multi-day, multi-track conference, offering the latest in available technology, best practice usage, tools and techniques. Program Content we are looking for include:
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/26/14 01:02:46 PM
Looks like Steven Soderbergh is making fun use of his retirement. The erstwhile director has taken Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho and cut it together with the shot-by-shot remake that Gus Van Sant directed in 1998. To pull off the mashup, he converted Van Sant's version into black-and-white, with the exception of parts of the infamous shower scene. Watch it in full here on Soderbergh's Extension 765 site. A clip can be found below. (via Vulture)
Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 02/25/14 04:02:23 PM
Massive Post Productions started as a boutique postproduction company specializing in commercials and documentaries with a production component, but as our business grew more toward production, we found ourselves in need of more gear. Whether it be a camera, lighting equipment or a production monitor, there is always a struggle to balance important features with a good price. When we needed a small HD production monitor, we looked at our requirements and researched what was on the market. We wanted it to be small and light enough to fit on our HD camera, but we needed it to be rugged and offer professional features like waveform, vectorscope and SDI/HDMI input.