My final show as an Online Editor was the Swedish Sauna episode of ‘Indoor Out’ for HGTV in 2009. Before I left I wrote the following letter and checklist for the Assistant Editor who had been training to takeover my role.
Avid has posted an excellent interview with Assistant Editor Ryan Axe.
There is SO much good free information (here is just 1 example) about Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 15, that it is difficult to think of ways to contribute to the conversation. However, here is my attempt to cover some of the philosophical questions introduced by such a comprehensive software program. My point of view is as a producer and a teacher, and less as a day-to-day user; so let’s see where this goes!
The Pro App Paradox (Part 3): Seven years later, more an exploration of ideas and rabbit hole of links, than a coherent argument.
Are we in the middle of the motion picture’s evolution; from an art form created by a small number of specialists, to a medium of mass communication practiced by everyone?
#Timehop, Final Cut Server, and revisiting my very first blog post about hating the computer file system.
Good CNBC article about spending practices at Netflix and its competitor: “Netflix plays a different game. Its barometer for success is based on how much it spent on a show rather than hoping every show is a blowout hit…”
Airtable (TL;DR review) offers neither the design flexibility of a spreadsheet, nor the customized reporting of a full featured database. The potential to save hours of work each week is sooo close, but too far.
Netflix recently posted a video of the software team developing their production management software. Kudos to them for acknowledging that they’re stepping into an area with a hundred years of history.
This Excel function allows me to quickly create post schedule milestones with natural language expressions.