FCG040 – You’re Using What? (feat. Marc Bach)

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Ever leave a week of production with 60TB of data?? Yea… me neither. Marc Bach has a unique position creating original content for DirectTV and tells an AMAZING story about how his boss decided to let him usher in a new era of workflow for their environment with 12 edit suites making content for “Audience”, on DirectTV.

Sponsored by PremiumBeats.com

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Marc Bach -  theinterfacelab.net – @marcplanb

FCG039 – Welcome our New Sponsor!! (with Ben Consoli)

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Our new sponsor is… you’ll have to listen. What happens when two podcasters walk into a room with mics on stands and headphones on the table. Ben Consoli was in California shooting a job and he and I went to dinner… eventually we ended up sitting down to record and we had a long discussion about the first sponsor for The Grill.
We also go into a deep discussion about 4K, Ultra HD and technology adoption.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Ben Consoli – @benconsoli

 

FCG038 – Reflecting with The C47 (feat. Jem Schofield)

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A gifted trainer and prolific producer, Jem Schofield has been a power user of the Final Cut Suite for many years. A few months ago I caught wind that he was using FCPX and, given the prolific nature of his production training I guess it had never occurred to me to ask what edit platform he was using. Jem and I talk a lot about Motion and other workflow issues. We also may have discovered a recurring problem that a lot of FCPX users have been running into.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Jem Schofield – @theC47

“Reflecting and looking back and you see… it IS better, no matter how much you hated it.”

FCG037 – Reality TV and FCPX (feat. Scott Markowitz)

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Reality TV may be a natural fit for FCPX with its vast shooting ratios and the need to dig thru tons of material to find just the right sound bite to further the story along. Scott Markowitz tells how they are slowly adopting FCPX, one show at a time at Shooters Inc. in Philadelphia. We also get into the new paradigm that Motion has created and we discuss the difference between “Making an Effect”, which can be recycled and making a timeline in AE which is a single purpose solution.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Scott Markowitz – @scottmarkdaddy

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