Category Archives: Editing
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This tutorial, created to showcase a number of new clips from Artbeats, will show you some of the techniques we used here in the Energi Design studio on a recent title design for a foreign documentary called L’automne à Paris.
Film & Video asked JC Bond, additional editor on Alice in Wonderland, about the challenge of managing massive quantities of footage, and found out why Alice might look ever so slightly different depending on where you see it.
Before production began on new seasons of ABC's Supernanny, Bravo's Real Housewives of New York, and CMT's World's Strictest Parents, Catalyst Post got production company Shed Media US up to speed with a flotilla of new Avid DX and Unity systems.
Editor Lisa Gunning got her big break in 1998, when she stumbled into a gig working with director Anthony Minghella on a short project for Comic Relief. F&V asked her about collaborating with director Sam Taylor-Wood, editing a music-heavy feature, and her career to date.
"The challenge is that each client wants to feel special," says Ron Heidt, a senior editor and HD specialist at Crawford Communications in Atlanta, GA. He's talking not only about the range of projects that find their home at Crawford - commercials, corporate marketing, independent filmmaking, episodic television - but about the technological demands different clients make on a facility that handles telecine, graphics, 3D, creative editorial, online conform, audio and Blu-ray all in one place.
Just about every new camera system has ditched the tired, old idea of recording to tape. I thank my personal god for that, but not all tape needs to go the way of the Dodo. It turns out that a particular tape format called LTO4 is still the best option for backing up and archiving the footage you've shot on your tapeless camera
Panasonic's AJ-PCD35 lets you plug in up to five P2 cards, and conveniently transfer all their footage to your desktop computer. Of course, a five card P2 reader isn't exactly a new concept. Panasonic has sold two earlier models over the years, but the PCD35 is the first to transfer data amazingly fast, offloading footage roughly five times faster than card readers of yesteryear.