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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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Editing for Social Impact: How I Saved the San Gabriel Mountains
By: Kylee Wall on Jan 11, 2015 at 1:36:12 pm

(Okay, maybe the headline is a LITTLE strong, but I HELPED.) In the world of corporate video, the opportunity to make a positive impact on the world didn’t come around often for me. I know that’s not true for many people in the “corporate video” world, which is a general term I could use to mean anything from industrial how-toe or non-profit event highlight reels. But in my little piece of that land, my videos were generally not going to make a change that would last for future generations. At least, not a positive one. When I started working on...

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Photographer Trinette Reed
By: Bob Gillen on Dec 11, 2014 at 11:25:55 am

“The unknown is where the good stuff happens,” says photographer Trinette Reed. “Not knowing what you are doing is an integral part of being a good artist.” Visual storytellers Trinette Reed and her partner Chris Gramly are commercial photographers who frequently contribute to the online Storehouse app . Their posts take the form of short stories featuring text, photos and video. Reed offers advice on putting together an engaging story. “I think it is really about finding a balance,” says Reed, “between allowing for the unknown and at the same time being as prepared as possible for your shoot ahead...


Resolve DPX files online Media Composer v8.2 & roundtrip Avid video mixdown MXF
By: Scott Freeman on Nov 29, 2014 at 7:33:01 am

Media Composer v8.2 has DPX linking fun using an AMA-plug-in. Another uncompressed dream come true. People have been asking my advice on what to do when an Avid video mixdown is going to be used as a source for the DaVinci Resolve Application. I thought I would share my thoughts to help people with this metadata linking to essence art fun. The Avid has a command once a sequence is loaded into the Record Monitor. Under the Special Menu is the "Video Mixdown..." command: After the video mixdown command is completed. In the bin, a video mixdown master clip is...

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Black Friday Sales Announced at Videoguys.com
By: Gary Bettan on Nov 26, 2014 at 7:40:30 am

Free Shipping and 5% Off all orders plus a free gift with purchase on orders over $500 now through Cyber Monday http://www.videoguys.com/VideoguysSpecials/This-Weeks-Special.aspx Glen Cove, NY – Videoguys.com has been one of the leading sources for video editing and production equipment for more than 25 years and has built a reputation for having great prices all year round but, like many others, they kick off the holiday shopping season with the best deals of the year. Black Friday has become a holiday shopping tradition in the U.S. and seems to get a little bit longer every year. This year, the Videoguys’...

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Cecilia Queiroz on Film Festivals in Brazil
By: Bob Gillen on Nov 24, 2014 at 10:23:47 pm

“Most movies we present show a Brazil that few people know.” Film festival curator and manager Cecilia Queiroz has exhibited more than 500 Brazilian films in global markets. Her responsibilities include organizing workshops, networking and pitching with professionals in the film industry at the festivals. READ MORE... Cecilia Queiroz on Film Festivals in Brazil Republished by Bob Gillen...


Editing a Web Series: Arson Dogs
By: Kylee Wall on Nov 24, 2014 at 1:28:34 pm

If a thing happens and nobody blogs about it, did it really happen? Of course the answer is no, which is why I'm writing a post about a project I finished editing in September. But there is some freshness to it: it's actually airing nationally(ish) this week. You could have seen it online this whole time, but there's something about a thing airing nationally(ish) that brings a new layer of legitimacy to it. Editing a show filled with shots like this was okay. One of my most complicated projects to date at Biscardi Creative Media (or anywhere, really) was started...

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Brazilian Filmmaker Roberto Studart
By: Bob Gillen on Nov 17, 2014 at 6:55:19 pm

“For the action shots I would tie myself to a car with mountain climbing equipment, where I was, literally, one inch from the ground at 60 mph.” Brazilian filmmaker Roberto Studart shot Curvas e Ladeiras, a skateboard adventure about four girls in breathtaking downhill action in the mountain towns of his country. “I love the Curvas e Ladeiras project,” says Studart , “because it was shot in real underground conditions and the end result is so nice. Brazil is a huge country and we were all over the place. We had to carefully plan our logistics to overcome the really...


Movie Clichés - TIME TRAVEL
By: Peter John Ross on Nov 16, 2014 at 11:37:06 am

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Top Secret Post Production Career Tip: Follow Up!
By: Kylee Wall on Nov 13, 2014 at 7:12:33 pm

Here's a hot tip I've been chewing on for a while, especially for younger editors: If someone offers to speak with you about your career -- a coffee meeting, an email, an informational interview, anything -- follow up with them. If someone hands you their business card and says "stay in touch", do it. Because you know what? In my experience, almost nobody does it. Over the last few years, I've grown a lot as an editor and I've gotten some good experience so far. But I'm still close enough to college graduates in age that I think my experience...

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PRODUCER PONY GAYLE ON “OUTRAGEOUS”
By: Bob Gillen on Nov 13, 2014 at 2:37:11 pm

The reality show “OUTrageous” is the brainchild of veteran producer/writer/filmmaker Pony Gayle. Gayle is developing the show as an interactive web series. What kind of story is she hoping to tell with the project? “A real life story,” says Gayle. “This is a passion project for me. I feel it is important to showcase a series about great women who are part of the LGBTQ community. We are in a historical time with LGBTQ issues at the forefront of the civil rights struggle. Our show will show a slice of our personal investment in this civil rights movement from an everyday...


What Makes the New G-Technology RAIDs w Removable Drives Better?
By: Gary Bettan on Nov 11, 2014 at 6:09:18 am

The G-RAID® with removable drives includes HGST Ultrastar™ Enterprise-class Hard Drives Enterprise-class HDDs are rated for 24/7 operation in mission critical environments, while desktop grade drives are intended for low impact workloads. Enterprise-class HDDs have Rotational Vibration Safeguard (RVS), which optimizes them for use in multi-drive environments. Ultrastar™ products are specifically designed, manufactured and tested to meet the demanding environments found in global data centers and enterprises. HGST Ultrastar™ enterprise-class HDDs are the most reliable hard drives available. They have an industryleading 2 million hours Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)1 rating. Other vendor’s 7200 RPM enterprise-class drives offer only 1.2...

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“Leave out the Parts People Skip”
By: Bob Gillen on Nov 10, 2014 at 11:13:08 am

Recently YA author Maggie Stiefvater (@mstiefvater) tweeted: Every time you skim a novel, a kitten dies in a paragraph you skipped over. Do you want kittens to die? No. No one does. READ ALL THE WORDS. READ MORE... “Leave out the Parts People Skip” Republished by Bob Gillen...


ACTION CAMERA OPERATOR ON VIEWPOINTS
By: Bob Gillen on Nov 10, 2014 at 11:05:44 am

Action camera operator and DP Lawrence Ribeiro joins us again ( See his original interview ) with comments on the importance of observing and appreciating viewpoints in camera work. “Viewpoints, in my eyes, are the catalyst to collaboration. Create! “Some years ago the combination of doing Search Rescue, Heli-logging and studying Native American mythology/tracking gave me the eyes to see and feel the land. The wind, clouds, leaves colors, soil texture/impact, sound of the birds…all tell a story and is much more accurate then most modern devices as nature has been around a lot a longer. The ability to observe...


Psssssst.. There's an election coming up.
By: Steve Modica on Oct 27, 2014 at 11:09:33 am

As most of you haven't heard, there's an election coming up next week. It's a mid-term election, so very few people will vote. It means the real hard core extreme groups get to come in and influence, since the moderates don't bother to show. As most of you also haven't heard, critical elections already have taken place in other parts of the world, including Brazil, where President Dilma Rousseff won re-election by a narrow margin. Typically, I don't follow politics in Brazil, but fortunately for me, I had a front row seat to this Brazilian election. It turns out, President...

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“Apart” Available Now on Amazon
By: Bob Gillen on Oct 21, 2014 at 12:52:51 pm

When Cabe Wray, sixty-one and a business technology salesman, abruptly quits his job and his career, he feels himself drawn to intensify the search for his long-missing twin sister. On the advice of a friend, he hires a documentary filmmaker to create an Internet-based video about the search. The hope—that someone will recognize her and provide answers to her whereabouts. The filmmaker, driven to make this project a success, brings on a young woman friend to help with the production. Her role in the video project quickly deepens, as she becomes the catalyst that forces Cabe to grapple with his...


Shooting Drafts
By: Peter John Ross on Oct 14, 2014 at 7:59:21 pm

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Teach Your Children Well, Teach them Avid
By: Gary Bettan on Oct 13, 2014 at 9:34:29 am

Avid is the NLE tool of choice for Hollywood, Broadcast Television, Film Makers and Post Production facilities. While other NLEs may claim to be used for a few select programs, almost every Oscar and Emmy winning program was cut on an Avid. Being an Avid editor still means something, and if you want your students to have the best real world training and experiences to launch their career, you need to make sure you are teaching them Avid Media composer. I'm not saying it's the only NLE to teach them, I'm saying that if you don't teach them Avid, you...

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The Millennial Video Producer: 6 Things To Know About My Generation
By: Kylee Wall on Oct 12, 2014 at 1:23:47 pm

This week, I've seen maybe a dozen articles about "Millennials". What do they want? Why aren't they buying houses? What brands do they like? Why don't they vote? What's their favorite color? They're mostly all written by people from the Baby Boomer generation, and they're mostly filled with generalizations and assumptions like "all Millennials care about is texting each other." Seriously, that was a comment. Not even a clever burn. Like offensively non-clever . First, a definition: Millennials are people born between 1983 and 2003, give or take some years depending on who you ask. To define a generation does...

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Hyper-local daily programming from London Live
By: Adam Spiel on Sep 28, 2014 at 8:16:01 pm

First new UK television station in 13 years produces local daily programming using Adobe Creative Cloud for teams Citing a lack of genuinely localized programming, the independent regulator of communications in the United Kingdom, Ofcom, asked media businesses what they would do with a Local Digital Television Programme Service (L-DTPS) license. The London Evening Standard and The Independent newspapers proposed London Live , a 24/7 television station dedicated solely to producing programs for London audiences. Bryn Balcombe, technology director for London Live, is the primary architect of the new station’s broadcast and production infrastructure. He chose Adobe Creative Cloud for...

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A special Anniversary
By: Steve Modica on Sep 26, 2014 at 11:59:12 am

11 years ago, I jumped in my car and drove to St Paul Minnesota and filed the paperwork to start Small Tree Communications LLC. In that time, I never would have imagined all the things we've been through. It's been a crazy ride. I got to work with the Virginia Tech Super cluster of Macs and ride around in Dr Varadarajan's Porshe Cayenne. I got to meet Bob Zelin, Ron Amborn (at Maxx Digital), and Walter Biscardi at Biscardi Creative. I got to build military routers and weird embedded devices and drive around Ft Bragg and White Sands Missile Range....

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Remixing Cinema with Soderbergh, Spielberg, and Me
By: Kylee Wall on Sep 22, 2014 at 8:32:18 pm

Today, one of my favorite directors, Steven Soderbergh, posted a really great blog about “staging” in film, which is meant to mean how all the elements of a scene work together to tell a visual story. To illustrate his point, he took ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ and remixed it a little: converted to black and white, all music, sound and dialogue removed with a different soundtrack alongside it to help you focus on the staging — the direction, the length of each shot, how the cuts work. It’s pretty much as awesome as you might think, so you should...

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Shane Hurlbut, ASC workshop tour review: Mesa, AZ September 16, 2014
By: Malcolm Matusky on Sep 18, 2014 at 4:57:47 pm

Shane Hurlbut, ASC workshop tour review: Mesa, AZ September 16, 2014 http://www.hurlbutvisuals.com/blog/2014/09/illumination-experience-tour/ http://illumination.mzed.com/reserve-now I have been following Shane's blog for a few years now and saw that he was conducting a seminar series “the illumination experience tour” and it was coming through Phoenix AZ. I thought about it for a while, as it's $300+ for a one day seminar. Would it be worth it? I didn't know, but I went to his blog again and looked at all the information he puts out for free to the filmmaking community and I thought if nothing else I would get to meet...


Red Bull Media House gives wings to video innovation
By: Adam Spiel on Sep 18, 2014 at 2:38:39 pm

Multi-platform media company produces premium sports, culture, and lifestyle content with help from Creative Cloud From its start selling energy drinks, Red Bull has expanded into an international brand with streaming video through Red Bull TV, the Red Bull Records independent music label, and sponsorship of dozens of athletes, teams, and events. For the past seven years, Red Bull Media House, a subsidiary of Red Bull, has overseen all of the company’s communications and media, taking Red Bull to the next level as a full-fledged lifestyle brand. Andreas Gall, the chief technology officer at Red Bull Media House, gives wings...

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SHORT TAKE - Lumiere Brothers
By: Peter John Ross on Sep 15, 2014 at 1:18:23 pm

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Thomas Edison and the Motion Picture Patent
By: Peter John Ross on Sep 9, 2014 at 5:09:49 pm

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Playwright/Actor Andrew Lynch on Death Row Cowboy
By: Bob Gillen on Sep 3, 2014 at 7:03:47 pm

“There are so many ways of creating a story,” says actor and playwright Andrew Lynch, “and I don’t believe one way is better than another. I think it is important to know what works for you. For me, I love watching a film or piece of theatre that makes me think, ask questions and analyze characters long after I viewed it. In my opinion I believe that a strong underlying theme plays a big role in achieving that.” Andrew Lynch co-wrote Death Row Cowboy with Mark McCabe and is coming off several runs acting in the lead role in the...


2014 Adventures - Part 6: Workation
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 10:46:18 pm

It's now April 2014 for those keeping score at home! 2014 all told will have me going to 9 conferences. Good thing I went to the Jos. A. Bank buy one get two free sale! Time for some time off, with the occasional e-mail or phone call to wrap up preparations for the conference at the tail end of the vacation in South Florida. We happen to manage a conference in Miami Beach, so my wife and I scheduled a vacation to precede this event, with visits to my parents in Delray Beach and my aunt and uncle in Naples....

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2014 Adventures - Part 5: A Tale of Two Cities
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 10:44:12 pm

Salt Lake City really does feel like two separate places. On the one hand you have a convention center, hotels and restaurants like any other city, not to mention some really unique architecture, spectacular scenery in most directions and a bunch of history. Then in the center of town you have the Mormon complex, featuring the famous cathedral, visitor's centers, Tabernacle, outdoor mall and the massive conference center. We happened to be there on Conference Weekend (google it - I did) so we got some flavor of a religious pilgrimage the likes of which you really do not see in...

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2014 Adventures - Part 4: The Walk of Fame
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 10:29:31 pm

A few weeks to go until our annual diabetes conference in LA. The course director asked about having a live Twitter feed ticker under the main content. This was a technical challenge, solved in part here on the COW: http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/158/857664#857664 As the thread describes, we used a website called Crowd Convergence, which allows social media feeds in a variety of formats and shapes. But since we were not in a broadcast studio, we had to jury rig a solution using 3 video switchers to be able to independently add or remove the ticker, switch I-Mag cameras within a PIP window...

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2014 Adventures - Part 3: It's Only a Flesh Wound (Not Safe For Lunch)
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 9:58:41 pm

Travel to and from Denver has become pretty routine, as long as Southwest continues its daily 9am direct from Hartford, and USAir keeps its 1:30am redeye to Charlotte. This trip was to shoot two new educational videos for operating room personnel. One on wound management presented a unique challenge: how to depict wounds on simulated patients. Normally we would smear some vampire blood on a person if we were not seeing anything in detail. However in this case we needed higher fidelity to demonstrate specific wound management techniques. While we have plenty of stock photos of actual wounds, that doesn't...

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2014 Adventures - Part 2: AV State of Mind
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 9:41:04 pm

In early February my itinerary showed Washington DC as the next locale. I use the Tripit app, and sometimes I am not sure where I am going until I get to the airport. Recently I was not sure if I was in DCA or MDW. The venue for the meeting, the Mandarin Oriental, is very swanky, but isolated from the rest of DC. Sure you could take a cab for dining and entertainment, or in my case, my brother picked me up for dinner one night, which was great. We went to a restaurant called Poste, in the Hotel Monaco....

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2014 Adventures - Part One: Brrrrrrr
By: Mike Cohen on Aug 28, 2014 at 9:25:25 pm

Thus begins a multi-part recap of the past 18 months of my professional life, which has been, needless to say, quite a ride. Quick rewind to January of last year. Assignment: Michigan. Temperature: Frigid. I had been to Grand Rapids once before, in April. January travel to this region should be banned by the FAA! I arrived at about 1pm at the Gerald Ford International Airport. This is a small but very modern airport. The roadway outside the terminal, leading to the attached rental car garage, is covered by a huge canopy. This particular day it was sunny but chilly,...


LTFS and Incompatible standalone and library tape Formats
By: Tim Jones on Aug 26, 2014 at 2:41:51 pm

I've been sitting on this for a while since we uncovered the issue, but there have been no updates in the LTFS world concerning tapes formatted in a standalone drive and those formatted using a library-based solution. Therefore, I'm sharing with you folks. There is a serious compatibility problem between LTFS tapes created in a standalone tape drive and those created in a tape library. A number of users have reported both formatting and mounting issues when moving from a standalone environment to a library-based environment. We dug into the source code (it is open source, after all) and found...

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My hopes for IBC this year and a great Labor Day offer from Small Tree
By: Steve Modica on Aug 26, 2014 at 9:04:53 am

I’m heading out to IBC and there are a number of things I hope to see there. Of course, I’ve got customers asking me about SSDs, and engineers working on 40Gb Ethernet and people want to bring it all together. Really, what’s the hold up here? My short wish list: 3.5” Server Chassis (8, 16, 24) with 12Gb SAS expanders onboard 2.5” Server Chassis (12 and 24) with 12Gb SAS expanders onboard Balanced 40Gb switches that can legitimately aggregate 16 or 24 10Gb ports into 4 or 6 40Gb ports 4TB or larger SSDs that can handle enterprise workloads but...

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Actor/Producer Sinead O’Riordan
By: Bob Gillen on Aug 21, 2014 at 9:49:45 am

ORion Productions founder Sinéad O’Riordan: “The lack of strong female roles and the hugely competitive nature of the industry inspired me to establish my own production company.” O’Riordan, a Dublin-based actor and producer, works in both theater and film. She recently produced and acted in the Irish tour of playwright William Mastrosimone’s The Woolgatherer and starred in the 2013 indie film The Bible Basher. O’Riordan comments on acting for stage and for film. “Really I would approach both the exact same,” she says, “and apply the same techniques for both. Once I am given a script, be it a theatre...


Time is running out on this fantastic NewTek TriCaster Trade-Up program
By: Gary Bettan on Aug 19, 2014 at 8:02:37 pm

NewTek TriCaster Trade-Up Special! Attention TriCaster Owners: Trade-up to a TriCaster 410, 460 or 860 now and save up to 40% off. Special Expires 8/29/14. Your old reliable TriCaster could be worth up to $10,000! Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to upgrade your school, house of worship or production studio to the very latest new TriCaster versions with all the newest and most powerful features! Trade in any SD TriCaster and get $3,000 Off the TriCaster 410 ... Trade in any SD TriCaster and get $5,000 Off the TriCaster 460 ... Trade in any SD TriCaster and get...

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Data choke points and a cautionary tale
By: Steve Modica on Aug 11, 2014 at 12:47:59 pm

During a normal week, I help a lot of customers with performance issues. Some of the most common complaints I hear include: “I bought a new 10Gb card so I could connect my Macs together, but when I drag files over, it doesn’t go any faster.” “I upgraded the memory in my system because Final Cut was running slow, but it didn’t seem to help very much.” “I bought a faster Mac so it would run my NLE more smoothly, but it actually seems worse than before.” All of these things have something in common. Money was spent on performance,...

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Up Coming User Group Meetings
By: Steve Modica on Aug 11, 2014 at 9:09:39 am

Hi All We've been developing some new software and hardware features for the TitaniumZ line and I'd like to come out and speak to your users group about them. If you have a Final Cut, Adobe Premiere or Avid group and are interested in hearing about storage futures, Small Tree's new products, 40Gb Ethernet, or anything else I might know something about, let me know and I'll plan to come visit. Maybe I'll even give away a couple SANLink 10Gb Ethernet devices. Steve Modica...

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10Gb and SMB3 really rocks
By: Steve Modica on Jul 30, 2014 at 3:04:19 pm

We got RSS working on our 10Gb cards a few days ago. This is a feature that splits up data coming into the card into multiple queues. Then we can let different CPUS handle pulling in that data and passing it up the stack. We found what we figured we'd find: When we setup multiple streams, we see data in multiple queues. We see more cpus involved in the work, and things go a lot faster. What surprised us was how great this made SAMBA. When we tested SMB3 with Yosemite, we were able to hit line rate (10Gb/sec) between...

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Sonnyboo Podcast - Ampersand and Screenplay Credits
By: Peter John Ross on Jul 28, 2014 at 3:31:58 pm

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Video Collaboration Tools: DaVinci Resolve
By: Stu Brown on Jul 28, 2014 at 2:42:39 pm

Last Saturday morning, I had the pleasure of visiting Neil Smith, CEO of LumaForge and Marketing Manager, Kahlani Leon, for a presentation of some new video collaboration tools. Neil is not just another ordinary video reseller. He has a background in digital computing that spans decades, having sold the famous Cray computers to the US Government. As a major player within the industry since that time, Neil has a unique perspective on identifying trends, and has managed to assemble his own hardware which is extremely compatible and robust when it comes to hosting today's popular video editing software. Check out...

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How Kevin Spacey Helped Me Get Started In Editing
By: Kylee Wall on Jul 23, 2014 at 7:31:14 pm

Last weekend I was bingeing on House of Cards (as you do) and after one particularly riveting episode where blank and blank blank-out and they all blank (spoilers/adult situations) I finally noticed a familiar logo: Trigger Street Productions, Kevin Spacey's production company. Not that it's terribly widely known I guess, but the logo is burned into my brain (a folder within a folder within a folder from years ago, but it was there.) In 2002, Kevin Spacey started a website called Trigger Street Productions (now called Trigger Street Labs ) for unrepresented writers and filmmakers. It was pretty phenomenal at...

editing

Sound Decisions: A Properly Designed Mixing Room Makes All The Difference
By: walter biscardi on Jul 21, 2014 at 9:05:21 am

At Biscardi Creative Media, we understand the importance of great audio. To that end, we had our Rialto mixing theater designed specifically for quality sound design. The Rialto features a ProTools HD Native 5.1 system, SPL 5.1/stereo monitor controller, Genelec audio monitors and subwoofer, an 8 foot projection screen– and sound designers love working from it. One sound guy you’ll frequently find at BCM these days is Michael Cardillo, a veteran audio engineer in the Atlanta area. After many years as a sound designer at Crawford Communications, Michael went freelance in 2007 and spends his time working on all manner...

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is E.T. a remake of the Wizard of Oz?
By: Peter John Ross on Jul 13, 2014 at 9:32:38 am

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Help us get Ice Cream Nation started!
By: walter biscardi on Jul 11, 2014 at 5:44:58 am

Hi all! We have an Indiegogo campaign running for one of our newest shows, Ice Cream Nation hosted by Keith Schroeder, the culinary genius behind High Road Craft Ice Cream here in Atlanta, GA. Concept is simple. We send Keith around the country to find interesting and unique ice creams and desserts baed on ice cream. Then he comes back to the Ice Cream Nation kitchen to show you how to recreate these incredible flavors in your own home using a standard ice cream maker. If you got a buck, 5, 25 or more, please help us get the series...

Ice Cream Nation

Actor/Playwright Laoisa Sexton
By: Bob Gillen on Jul 10, 2014 at 2:13:26 pm

“The whole female subject matter, female sexuality in an Irish film is untried territory… but that’s exciting to me to do something new,” says actor and playwright Laoisa Sexton of her debut play For Love. The play was staged off-Broadway by the Irish Repertory Theater in 2013. Laoisa (pronounced Lee-sha) Sexton has written the screenplay for her stage play, and is now working to shoot it in Ireland. “I am working with the producer Paul Heller. He was the producer of Withnail and I, Harold and Maude, amongst others, and some of my favorite films. It is a big dream...


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