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merge ALE metadata with a tape name of 32 characters (AMT native)
By: Scott Freeman on Jul 26, 2015 at 12:29:30 am

A 32 character tape name in an avid bin and in an ALE with Avid Media Composer v8.4. I test metadata merging to metadata and metadata relinking to essence to preserve as much metadata as possible and can version. The Avid Media Toolkit is very interesting because so far from what I have seen, these mxf media files can have embedded tape name metadata. I love to export an ALE of original master clip metadata to merge on to the DaVinci Resolve delivered mxf media files and relink an avid sequence metadata. Test results with Tape Name metadata of 32...

ALE Merge

Media Composer Version 8.4 List Tool: EDL metadata pulled as "Reel ID Type TC"
By: Scott Freeman on Jul 18, 2015 at 7:52:46 pm

For the Avid Media Composer v8.4 "List Tool" go to the "Output Menu > List Tool": In an Avid Bin, a specific icon populated with metadata in a specific column becomes the "Reel ID" in the Edit Decision List. If in the List Tool the user selects "Source File/Tape" for "Reel ID Type TC", the Master Clip's "Source Icon" metadata populated in the "Name" column gets pulled as the "Reel ID" Example of two different source icons as displayed in a bin viewed in "Text Mode": Source icon for a master clip using "Source File" metadata name linking: Source icon...

List Tool

24 fps straight to 24 or in a 30 skipping 2's and 7's (AMA Link to Media or Import)
By: Scott Freeman on Jul 13, 2015 at 10:44:54 pm

A Video Timecode metadata frame assignment for each frame of video happens at the moment that master clip is created and displayed in that Avid Bin. There is a Media Composer ingesting bin choice, and I thought I should discuss what I am noticing with timecode frame counting assignment for an Avid Media Composer video track as timecode metadata displayed through-out the Media Composer user-interface. I get asked about ingesting in standard definition projects that are 23.976 fps for various post production offline to online editing scenerios. If ever thinking about ingesting HD 1080p 23.976 fps sources using a 23.976p...

timecode metadata assignment

DaVinci Resolve Versions 11,10,9 with Alexa, eight or twenty characters | file name, folder name, or name embedded in the file as "Reel Name" configuration settings
By: Scott Freeman on Jul 13, 2015 at 9:41:33 pm

Making the odds of a reconform extremely good. I dream of a day where I get "all-in-three" from a camera native folder structure and filename. "All-in-three" theory I came up with, is where the file name, the folder name, and an embedded file name are all an exact metadata match for any given source file that might be needed for the reconform. An "all-in-one" folder-file-on-storage-device-exact-same-name-structure enables a state where three different "Reel Name" configurations in Resolve would have the exact same metadata name match results for metadata that allows both a link and a track back to the original source...

Reel Name Configuration

Introduction
By: Tom Chang on Jun 26, 2015 at 4:40:58 pm

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2015 Chronicles: Under the Dome
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 7:30:47 pm

April began with a convention in Nashville, though not really. The conference was actually at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, known by most as the Biodome. If you have never been to a Gaylord, it is an interesting experience. Certainly an amazing structure. I know that they mean well, but these places are simply too big to be practical. But c'est la vie - you go where the business is. This river reminds me of the Chocolate River from Willy Wonka's factory - I expected to see Augustus Gloop float by at any moment. Here we had our exhibit booth and...


2015 Chronicles: Grand Central Surgery
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 7:14:59 pm

The very next week after LA, I had a two day conference in NY at the Grand Hyatt, attached to Grand Central Terminal. I love this area of Midtown NY with the juxtaposition of old and new architecture, some of the most iconic NY landmarks and easy access by train. Well, I didn't take the train. My wife came along so between our luggage and some gear I had to take, driving was the only option. Getting to NY is easy, but getting through NY is a challenge given the overly aggressive drivers, especially taxis who honk incessantly. I was...

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2015 Chronicles: Winter Wonderland
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 7:03:28 pm

Somewhere in the Feb-Mar timeframe I had a surgical video shoot in Joliet, IL. Actually on the outskirts, but close enough. I flew into Midway on the 6am direct Southwest flight, rented a car and had a meeting with one client for a few hours, and then proceeded down to the hospital for setup. I worked with a technician to figure out the recording function for internal laparoscopic video. Once upon a time it was straightforward to record an analog signal to DVCAM. However in the HD setting, every medical video device has its own flavor of HD, not to...


2015 Chronicles: LA Story
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:52:58 pm

If you read my post about Los Angeles last year you can refer back to that - same basic deal. This time we used the in-house AV group, and they did mostly fine. Setup was done by about 8pm, leaving time for some sushi before bed. The whole week, each night, Hollywood Blvd was shut down for filming a TV pilot called The Lucifer Chronicles, or some such thing. It was interesting to watch and char with some of the crew between takes. I met up with my buddy Lando for a late night Falafel dinner on Sunset Blvd, and...

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2015 Chronicles: Surgeons of the Caribbean 2: The Magic Cave
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:36:44 pm

If you read the 2014 entry on the Dominican trips, you will know that I document medical procedures performed by a group of US surgeons who travel to the DR. I had spent December and January preparing for this trip, including making sure everyone on the trip had booked travel and that we all had hotel rooms. Sounds simple enough but a 4 day trip with 7 people has a lot of details to keep track of. Not to mention meeting our driver at the airport and being totally unable to communicate. I should have paid attention in high school...


2015 Chronicles: The Big Apple
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:26:51 pm

I kicked off 2015 with a 2 day trip to NYC to conduct some interviews. I expected a spacious hotel suite, I got a Residence Inn just off Times Square. While some Residence Inns have a lot of space, this one, not so much. I was by myself so I carefully moved furniture around, including moving the tv wall unit into the bedroom and placing the coffee table on the bed, to free up enough space for a three camera interview shoot and lighting. Worked out ok but it was a tight squeeze. It happened to be my cousin's birthday,...

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2014 Adventures Part 15: The Windy City is Particularly Windy in the WInter
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:20:35 pm

I skipped Part 14, because if you've ready two blog articles about trips to Denver, you've read them all. Use your imagination - it was cold and snowy and productive. Redeye home. That was November. The week after Thanksgiving 2014 it was off to our final conference and trip of the year in Chicago (again). For this one at the Chicago Hilton, we did in fact use the in-house AV team, due to the high cost of labor requirements of the property. It worked out ok, you just need to be very specific about what you need. So the meeting...


2014 Adventures Part 13: Movin on Up
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:11:03 pm

To a dee-luxe apartment in the sky-high-high. Anyone born after 1990 might not know what this means. Anyway, the very next week I had a shoot back in Chicago. Problem was, it was the week of some big packaging conference with 100,000+ attendees. Chicago has about 108,000 rooms, so we were numbers 108,001 and 108,002. I could have gotten a room at the Palmer House or another swanky place for upwards of $500/night. So I turned to a website I had visited but never used, AirBnB. Kind of like Uber for apartments. Even on this site I had a tough...


2014 Adventures Part 12: The San Francisco Treat
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 5:41:31 pm

Rice-a-Roni got it wrong...San Francisco IS the treat. Getting there I took my first 777 - that's a big plane. Here for the annual surgical congress for which we prepare the videos and provide other technical and project management support, San Fran is great in early Fall. Not too hot, not too cool. I stay at the Hotel Nikko just off of Union Square. You go another block or two away from Union Square and it becomes a bit seedy. I had some decent sushi and some really good Italian food all within a block or two of the hotel,...

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2014 Adventures Part 11: Political Capitol
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 5:24:32 pm

After a nice break from seeing an airport, October brought me to the next round. First stop Washington DC for the Diabetic Limb Salvage meeting. These events are a great opportunity to check out the latest gear and interact with top notch local crews. For example, this doohickie is the thing to have for managing lots of live audio inputs: Same venue, same crew, plus live surgery via satellite, dinner with my brother , a walk past the White House (post fence jumper incident) and a few other decent meals. Next stop, Part 12. Mike Cohen...


2014 Adventures Part 10...Actually 7.5...or 8 3/4...?
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 5:20:08 pm

I missed one, but rather than going back to re-number we'll just add it here. It is in fact mid-2015 at the time of writing! This terminal of DIA, by the way, sort of looks like 1980's EPCOT. So mid-July I had another trip to Denver for some more OR training video work. This one also had a requirement for some special effects, though we decided not to hire the effects crew and do it ourselves, since realism was not as crucial. I found several websites where you can buy things like bullet woulds, laceration appliances and makeup, gum arabic...

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2014 Adventures Part 9: Windy City Blues
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 5:10:03 pm

With only 2 days in the office to get ready, it was off to Chicago for another big medical conference. I don't recall exactly what day of the week it was, though I do remember feeling a little sleepy during dinner the first night. Let's start at about 4am at BDL, which can be quite busy at this hour. Then, 7:30am at MDW can only be described as a sea of people. I usually take the Orange line train from MDW to downtown. While dragging a suitcase around the inner loop is a bit taxing, the city was quite pleasant...

event AV

2014 Adventures Part 8: Bringing Home the Roses
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 4:57:37 pm

With a few hours of sleep, I arrived in LA for a two day shoot for a new big project. Subject: Anesthesia. Destination: Pasadena. But first, it was into the belly of the beast (Burbank) to pick up some camera gear from VER. With the van loaded, and me behind the wheel (not a fan of driving in LA, but nor is my colleague who likes it less), we found our way to the luxurious Holiday Inn Express in Pasadena. A decent kickoff dinner at BJ's Brewhouse, and an early call the next day to begin capturing video and photos...

hamburgers

2014 Adventures: Part 7 - Surgeons of the Caribbean
By: Mike Cohen on Jun 11, 2015 at 4:46:49 pm

I'll make this entry on behalf of two similar trips to the Dominican Republic. Some doctors we work with go to the DR a couple of times a year to provide cardiovascular advanced care to the local population. My role was to document some of these procedures for teaching purposes. On both of these trips we flew into Punta Cana - a very tourist-oriented airport and popular vacation destination, most similar to Cozumel with lots of seaside all inclusive resorts. Our first goal was to visit a couple of these resorts in preparation for a medical conference next year. We...

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tracking the locking linking metadata to essence
By: Scott Freeman on Jun 9, 2015 at 4:56:59 am

Within Avid, three pieces of metadata in each master clip, directing new DaVinci Resolve video essence with the "Relink Command" to point to the original Media Composer offline sequence metadata. One) "Frames Per Second Metadata" Two) "Timecode Metadata" - assigned to each frame Three) "Identifier Name Metadata" Verify, Create, and Track the locking linking metadata to essence. AMA(Avid Media Access)-Direct-Link in Media Composer v8.3.1 to DaVinci Resolve v11.3.1 to Media Composer v8.3.1 In Media Composer Step 01) Go to the “File Menu” and choose the “AMA Link…” command. Select a source file on the storage device. A master clip is...

DaVinci Resolve

How Long Should We Expect a Tape to Retain It's Data?
By: Tim Jones on Jun 8, 2015 at 10:38:56 am

Over in the Archiving and Backup-Up Forum, a question came up concerning expectable LTO tape longevity. Apparently there are a lot of folks out there making life expectancy claims that are not based upon any real use data. I'll try to visit what our real world, highly abusive QA lab sees in this post. Such claims seem to be a regular decree in looking at tape since back in the Reel to Reel and QIC (Quarter Inch Cartridge) days. Tapes were said to have a life expectancy of "this many passes" or "this many load / unload cycles". As we've...

life expectancy

3rd Emmy nomination for PETER JOHN ROSS and FRAMELINES!
By: Peter John Ross on Jun 4, 2015 at 12:17:01 pm

FRAMELINES and the Tech Tips just got a 3rd Emmy Nomination! Your faithful narrator has been humbled and honored to receive the nomination for a regional Emmy. The Tech Tips have been a passion project for me for the last few years. Making new ones and helping people learn filmmaking make me feel good, a way to give back to the wonderful karma that has been in my world.I hear from teachers and students all over the world, from places like Thailand and Australia, from High School through college level about these videos. It warms my heart to hear from...


Tech Update: DIY 11 & System Recommendations for Video Editing
By: Gary Bettan on May 20, 2015 at 7:59:57 am

We’ve published two new articles on our website that we hope Creative COW members will want to read and bookmark. Our latest DIY build is DIY 11 and it is a creaming fast machine capable of 4K work. Our recommended systems page has been updated to include all the latest guidance for buying and configuring a workstation or computer for video editing. Each of the guides now includes a video you can watch for even more information. http://www.videoguys.com/blog/computer-hardware/videoguys-tech-update-diy-1 1-system-recommendations-for-video-editing/ Videoguys’ DIY 11: How to Build an Affordable Editing & Streaming Workstation with Balanced Components for the Best Performance For more than...

NLE Worksations

59.94p master clip in a 59.94i media composer project -> with the Avid Field Motion Column
By: Scott Freeman on May 10, 2015 at 8:12:43 pm

Selection for 59.94 progressive video playback in a 59.94 interlaced video project is defined by the "Field Motion" column. Master clips live in an Avid bin, if the user brings up the "Field Motion" column in the Bin, one can click under the "Field Motion" column and make a selection. Here is what "Progressive" or the "Interlaced" selection seems to be doing for a Media Composer 6.5.4 and Media Composer 8.3.1 with a source master clip that is 59.94p and the project is set to 59.94i. An Avid 1080i/59.94 project: Progressive as the selection under field motion in an Avid...

59.94p

Stepping into the Surgeon's Eyes
By: Greg Ondera on May 6, 2015 at 11:31:53 pm

The First Precept for Shooting Outstanding Surgical Video Some years ago I was involved in the discovery and planning stages of a series of surgical video projects that were going to be created for and by the entire University of California ten-campus healthcare system. The essence of the project was to produce a multitude of surgical procedural programs shot with outstanding teaching surgeons in their fields, a kind of library or encyclopedia of surgical video. It was meant to become a gesture of media unity between all ten campuses. I am sorry to say that the project evaporated after only...

surgical videography

Roundabout synchronize of AV for multi cam edits: Premiere and Audition
By: Ht Davis on May 2, 2015 at 9:40:50 pm

Premiere... ...Audition... ...They do work together. However, Audition often works on the input for the beginning, or on the audio mix for the end of an edit. By that, I mean it usually creates a single mix to use in Premiere, or it allows you to clean up the audio from a video file, rendering the audio to a preview for use with your edit. Here, I'm going to use it a little differently, and I'm going to make some notes for using other helpers like Plural eyes, or WOOWAV. When you shoot constant video feeds with solid WAV output,...

Audio Sync

And then I moved to Los Angeles...
By: Kylee Wall on May 1, 2015 at 10:38:53 pm

So, uh, I moved to LA, you guys. Let’s back up a couple decades. When I was a kid, I read a lot of books that dealt with shy homebodies that took adventures out of their comfort zones for heroic or accidental reasons, or sometimes both. It’s a pretty standard trope a lot of people enjoy. The first such story I read was called “Jenny Goes to Sea”, an old hardback book for new readers my library was throwing away when I was six. I rescued it, enjoyed its old-book-smell, and read it cover to cover many times over the...

editing

Teaser Trailers and Posters
By: Peter John Ross on Apr 26, 2015 at 5:16:50 pm

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cadence removal 29.97i fps to 23.976p fps: Avid Bin Column
By: Scott Freeman on Apr 16, 2015 at 1:17:22 pm

29.97fps to 23.976fps with cadence removal. In an Avid Bin, select under the "Field Motion" column: cadence 2:2:2:4 select "Progressive" to remove a 2:2:2:4 cadence and have the video playback smooth cadence 2:3:3:2 select "2:3 Film" to remove 2:3:3:2 and have the video playback smooth cadence 2:3:2:3 select "2:3 Film" and promote motion effect to a "Timewarp Effect"and then choose cadence pattern "AA BB BC CD DD" to remove the classic 2:3:2:3 cadence. The video can then playback smooth circled and settings reveal extraction making each progressive video frame The original 48,000 samples per second of audio plays in sync...


NAB Diary: Dust Storm
By: Kylee Wall on Apr 15, 2015 at 1:51:12 am

Today was an uncharacteristically windy day in Vegas. The wind created a dusty, almost foggy late afternoon that sent everyone running to the nearest cab or shuttle as they left the convention center for the day. Which is an oddly appropriate metaphor for the way product development seems to be happening for the end user. As I walked around the south hall today and talked with different companies, it's hard not to be overwhelmed by the number of choices pelting you in the face like tiny granules of dirt. It's hard to say which product (or combination of products) is...

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NAB Diary: Be Nice
By: Kylee Wall on Apr 14, 2015 at 3:41:38 pm

Yesterday was the first day of the 2015 NAB Show, and appropriately enough I got too busy to write a blog. In fact, I fell asleep in front of my laptop. That pretty much sums up NAB for most people. Especially if they're me. (To my credit, it was well after midnight, and I'm from the east coast. I'm not THAT lame.) Part of the reason yesterday was so crazy is because my panel "Working Together to Close the Gender Gap in Post Production" happened. It was a crazy success because we filled the room and had a passionate conversation...

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NAB Diary: Pre-show Observations
By: Kylee Wall on Apr 13, 2015 at 1:58:41 am

I spent half of my day at the convention center and the other half aggressively socializing with the entirety of the online post production community. Because of this, I have some observations to make on this NAB Eve. 1. Blackmagic Design has some interesting stuff to announce, and we know this because there are like 9 different signs and banners all over the convention center exterior. It's pretty awesome that Blackmagic is taking the opportunity to paint up Vegas with visions of Ursa Mini and Blackmagic Cinema Camera Mini. And no, I'm not giving specifics until I hear them from...

nab show

NAB Diary: Away to Vegas
By: Kylee Wall on Apr 11, 2015 at 8:50:18 am

Fresh off a week of some of the craziest night shift hours I've ever worked, I'm desperately trying to gather myself together (with Bloody Marys applied liberally and responsibly) for an even crazier week ahead in Vegas where I'll again be covering the NAB Show with lots of blogs and articles. (Woo.) I'll be talking to all the top companies and individuals working in video today, gaining insight into where the industry stands and where it's going. I'm scrolling through my social media feeds while I wait in ATL airport, and so far I'm getting a distinctly cynical feel about...

Nab show

minus 100 in the motion effect editor
By: Scott Freeman on Apr 10, 2015 at 11:01:58 pm

In an Interlaced Video Media Composer Project to create a reverse video motion effect. Load a master clip into the "Source Monitor", select the segment by making an in and out mark and click on the motion effect icon. Type in -100%. What is going on behind the scenes if the video source is interlaced? What is going on behind the scenes if the video source is progressive? If the source is true "Interlaced Video" then each field will be a unique moment in time. Sources at 29.97 fps: "VTR-Style" is the selection to use for interlaced video in reverse....

1080i/59.94 reverse motion effect

Finding my Adobe media cache files and clearing up space
By: Lucy Moon on Apr 8, 2015 at 12:06:24 pm

Ran out of disk space today and despite copying off 500GB of video projects, I was still horribly low on space. I suspected the cache from Premiere. To see the cache I had to "find" my library inside my user folder. To do this in OSX 10.9.5 When in Finder select GO menu then press and hold OPTION key. The LIBRARY menu item magically appears, select that and a new Finder tab will open to show the Library folder. Release OPTION Key. I then looked in ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/Media Cache Files and found I had 297.9 GB in there! Next I...

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Two Editors, One Adobe Premiere Pro Project File
By: walter biscardi on Apr 1, 2015 at 3:34:26 am

So I ignited a bit of a firestorm on social media a few days ago with a simple tweet. With Adobe Premiere, you cannot have two editors open the exact same project at the exact same time to work together. Premiere Pro has no way to merge the information between the two editors so whomever saves the project last will overwrite the work the other person has done. For this reason, even though we run a shared storage system for all our media, we always keep our projects on the local computer. The editor has total control of the project...

Shared Storage

What is a Producer?
By: Peter John Ross on Mar 31, 2015 at 3:26:55 pm

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Repairs made to WalterBiscardi.com Library
By: walter biscardi on Mar 17, 2015 at 4:37:42 pm

For the past few weeks I’ve been informed by Members that videos in the Library are appearing with the locked “Private” icon from Vimeo. It’s taken me a few weeks to really dig in and investigate and it turns out this all stems from my cancellation of Vimeo Pro. It threw the entire privacy settings for a loop on Vimeo thus locking everyone out of a lot of the library items. I have gone in and reset most everything back to Wistia and all seems to be working well now. The rest of the titles will move over to Wistia...

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Videoguys Tech Select HPz Workstations for Professionals
By: Gary Bettan on Mar 10, 2015 at 7:18:07 am

Videoguys’ Tech Select HP Workstations are custom-configured by our technicians to hit some great price points and still provide you with a machine that we strongly recommend. HP uses only the best components, and these workstations come optimized for digital content creation. They are easily expandable and upgradable which means you’ll get a longer useful life out of them. The new HP z840 is the power users choice, and the best dual Xeon solution on the market. We like the z440 single Xeon machines for professionals who don’t require as much horsepower, but demand the same level of reliability and...

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NAB Show 2015: Tips from an NAB Convention Veteran To Make the Best Use of Your Time.
By: walter biscardi on Mar 9, 2015 at 4:39:31 am

The snow is finally starting to melt, well except in Boston, so that means it’s time for the annual National Association of Broadcasters convention.   I’ve gone so many times it’s more like a family reunion than a trade show anymore.  Here’s my 2015 edition of “Tips from an NAB Veteran to make the best use of your time.”     Bring Your Business Cards and Plenty of Them!. More than anything else, this is the largest Networking event for creatives in the world.   I have met so many wonderful people who I now call friends and whom I call upon for...

NAB

Avengers Trailer Supercut
By: Peter John Ross on Mar 5, 2015 at 11:23:21 am

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How to Succeed in Shooting Pet Portraits
By: Nancy Irwin on Mar 4, 2015 at 1:49:43 pm

A number of photographers have taken to taking pet portraits . However, to succeed in this business, you need to have more than just a love of pets. Actually, it takes great skill, patience and tolerance to become the perfectly- professional pet photographer. Read on to learn more about how to succeed in shooting pet photos:   1. Be Patient   Pet photography tends to be chaotic. Therefore, the rule of thumb is to wait. Pets are wound for sound. You need to learn how to stay patient until they relax and calm down. This is why you should never...


Open Letter to Companies Exhibiting at the NAB Show
By: Kylee Wall on Mar 3, 2015 at 2:18:13 pm

(Or any trade show, for that matter.) Trade shows in all industries are notorious for being a spectacle with every vendor competing with the other to be the loudest, shiniest and sexiest. I'm writing to you -- any of you involved in the design, staffing or operation of a booth at the upcoming NAB Show in Las Vegas -- to ask you to consider how your conduct can help make the exhibit hall a more inviting and inclusive experience for everyone. Casual sexism is a huge problem in our industry. Trade shows are merely a symptom of a larger issue...

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REEL RADIO NETWORK interview
By: Peter John Ross on Feb 28, 2015 at 5:18:59 pm

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Biscardi Creative Media Announces Plans to Move. Current Production Facility for Sale / Lease
By: walter biscardi on Feb 20, 2015 at 6:41:00 am

Biscardi Creative Media Announces Plans to Move. Considering Town Square / City Center Locations. Current Facility for Sale / Lease A new chapter is about to begin for Biscardi Creative Media. The current facility is up for sale or long term lease as we look to move the company in preparation for the launch of Contemporary Living Network. When we built this current facility, I never imagined we’d be a part of launching a new digital television network. Well here we are and here we change again! The current space is gorgeous and will serve the next owner well, if...

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Come to my Gender Equality Panel at NAB 2015!
By: Kylee Wall on Feb 12, 2015 at 10:45:36 am

I just realized I haven't formally invited the entire internet to a panel I'm helping to put together at this year's NAB Show. After reading my Sexism in Post article, Adobe reached out to see how they could help the visibility of women in the industry. Long story short, I've been working on this for the last two months, thanks to Adobe and their cooperation with Post Production World (who are a bunch of super cool people, by the way.) So hear this: if you'll be coming to Vegas this April, please spend an hour and a half of your...

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FILMMAKER NUNO SA PESSOA
By: Bob Gillen on Feb 9, 2015 at 12:52:08 pm

Nuno Sá Pessoa, film director at Skookum Films , is a true global visual storyteller. Educated in Denmark, based in Portugal, and working extensively in Brazil and the United States, Sá Pessoa knows firsthand what it means to collaborate internationally. “Cinema, as any other art,” says Sá Pessoa, “should have no boundaries. It’s a global language and the more you know of the world and its people, the easier it is for you as an artist to express what you want in a way that can reach each and every kind of person.” READ MORE... FILMMAKER NUNO SA PESSOA Republished...


Learn to "Dance" in 2015
By: walter biscardi on Jan 27, 2015 at 6:51:22 pm

When we rang in the New Year I suggested a Resolution for everyone in a very simple tweet: “For 2015, resolve to take a risk, something you’ve thought about but never thought you’d do. It’s fun.” Lee Ann Womack said it well in “I Hope You Dance.” “I hope you never fear those mountains in the distance, Never settle for the path of least resistance, Livin’ might mean takin’ chances but they’re worth takin’” For some reason when I look at risks, usually BIG risks, and I always see the opportunity. I’m aware of what can happen if the risk...


FCPX On Air #11 - How to make multiple VimeoPro custom domain names EASILY
By: John Davidson on Jan 26, 2015 at 3:33:05 pm

Hey herd, If you use your custom domain name with Vimeo Portfolios, then you know it's kind of a pain because you have to create a unique a or cname record for each individual custom domain name you want for your portfolios, ultimately making the entire process problematic. Well, here's a quick tip to get an unlimited supply of custom domain names for your portfolios without having to dip into your web host for each and every one. Enjoy! http://youtu.be/oQSPXEQwank...

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Why the Academy Awards Matter for Gender Equality in Hollywood
By: Kylee Wall on Jan 15, 2015 at 8:13:52 pm

"I hadn't even heard of that movie until the nominations." "Oh, it's Oscar nominated? I'll have to see it." "I need to see all the best picture nominees before the Oscars are on!" How many times do you hear these things during awards season? All the time? And then also through the rest of the year? Yeah, me too. Because it turns out that no matter how apathetic you can be toward awards, this is the one award that most people use to judge the worthiness of a film. It makes them seek it out. That's the first reason why...

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