— Jesse Averna (@Dr0id)March 6, 2014
If you don’t know, there is a #postchat every Wednesday at 9pm est on twitter. This is were people in the postproduction community chat about a specific topic of the night. Last night was a great #postchat about women in post production. At the end the night, one of the moderators, Jesse Averna aka @Dr0id, posted this article called ‘Cutting Women: Margaret Booth and Hollywood’s Pioneering Female Film Editors’. Take a read you might learn something. Enjoy!
Source: from Rick Young moviemachine.tv
Philip Hodgetts is a veteren of the digital video industry with 30 years of experience in production and post. He is known throughout the industry as a technologist, editor, industry pundit, podcasting veteran and specialist in new distribution. More importanly, he is recognized as an authority on the changing nature of the digital industry for over the last decade. Here is an interview with Philip on 4K and the industry. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I posted a link to the great & funny podcast the ‘Going Postal Show’. Here’s one I really enjoyed called ‘Frozen Editfest’. Not only is there a great excerpt from Editfest with Steven Lovejoy, editor of Eureka, Bordello of Blood, & Tales from the Crypt, but there is an extremely cute interview with Ben Barden’s and Adam Bedford’s kids on the movie ‘Frozen’. Reminder: You can subscribe to the this podcast on itunes. Check it out and Enjoy!
We’re off to Editfest for our first show of 2014 with highlights from some of the Industry’s top editors & storytellers. The team will talk everything from the New Mac Pro to an anamorphic Go Pro and we’ll thaw out the film “Frozen”
When I was a kid, I use to watch Batman: The Animated Series (1992). It still remains to be my favorite animated Batman series. Watching some of the old series as an adult, I realized why I love the series so much. The stories and themes were extremely well written and very deep. A lot of the episodes explored human nature and internal struggles. It’s very eye opening to see these series as an adult and really understand the undertone of the story. Click on the link above and watch the title squence for the show. Give it a try and watch an episode… you might like it! ;-)
Tonight I was just reminded that I subscribed to an awesome channel on vimeo called ‘SoundWorks Collection: Exclusive Video Profiles of the sound world”. Sound Works is “dedicated to profiling the greatest and upcoming sound minds from around the world and highlight their contributions. The SoundWorks Collection is produced by Director Michael Coleman of Colemanfilm Media Group in a partnership with MIX Magazine, several audio focused.” If you haven’t already, just get a free account with vimeo and subscribe to this great channel and LEARN from some the best in the industry about Sound Engineering/ Sound editing/Sound Design. I posted the most recent video interviewing the sound team of the Oscar winning film Lone Survivor. Enjoy!
"In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we talk with the Oscar nominated sound team behind Director Peter Berg’s film Lone Survivor which is based on the 2007 nonfiction book of the same name by Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson.
Featured interviews include Supervising Sound Editor Wylie Stateman, Re-recording Mixer Andy Koyama, Re-recording Mixer Beau Borders, Sound Designer Harry Cohen, Sound Editor Dror Mohar, Supervising Dialogue and ADR Editor Renee Tondelli, and Sound Editor Brandon Spencer.
NOTE: Feel free to re-embed and share this SoundWorks Collection video, but please do not download source video and repost without permission.”
Check out this awesome high speed video recording in Tokyo at Shinjuku station by Adam Magyar. Nice work!
full video: 11min. 11sec. 720p 50fps
Note: There is no Creative Commons License applied to this work. Thus it is not legal to copy.
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This video may be a little hard to watch…since it’s the technical side..but I still suggest you take a look at it. It has good information about Sony’s XAVC codec.
"Hugo Gaggioni, CTO of Sony Professional Solutions of America presents the technical information covering the attributes and benefits of the new XAVC video compression format established by the Sony Professional Group. Hugo explains how XAVC fits into current production workflows, along with well-established compression formats such as MPEG2, MPEG4 SStP and various camera RAW files"