Monthly Archives: January 2014

FCG018 – Welcome to the Garber Shop (feat. Michael Garber)

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So you think the “Share Menu” is amateur? You haven’t taken a close look at Auditions? Michael Garber, from the Garber Shop and I take a close look at these features in Final Cut Pro X and somehow we talk about the Videonics MX Pro and Peabody and his Boy Sherman, along the way. Are we dating ourselves?

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Michael Garber – michaelgarber.com – @michael Garber

Videonics MX Pro

Subjunctive Verbs

Michael’s a-ha Moment

On the Record: LA Vinyl

Keyboard Shortcuts from this Episode:

Option-Y – Makes an Audition of the Current Clip
Command-Shift-R – Show in Finder from the Timeline

Michael’s Suite
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Michael Garber’s Folder Structure:

Michael Garber's Folder Structure

 

DCC037 – Cost of Doing Biz (feat. Robbie Carman)

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Day Rate… the age old question. How do you set it? How do you get it? Robbie Carman is a veteran colorist and co-founder of mixinglight.com and shares some insight on how he came to determining his own day rates and some tips about how to actually concentrate on the art, while not neglecting the business.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Robbie Carman – @robbiecarman

Studio Suite X

The Cost of Doing Business on Mixing Light

Colorist Meetup at NAB – Sunday April 6 The Pub at the Monte Carlo Hotel

“No is the most powerful word in the English language”

 

FCG017 – Just Over the Fence (feat. Brian Russell)

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A brand new user of FCPX, Brian Russell is the first guest we’ve had that never used 10.0.X. Brian held out on Final Cut 7 up until the release of 10.1 and inside of one month only has a list of 41 things he would like to see changed, but in this episode we actually knock that down a bit. Brian surely represents what I predict will be a growing demographic of users that switch to FCPX now that we have version 10.1

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Brian Russell – @redshoefilm

Fenwick’s Multicam Trick At one point we discuss Brian’s Multicam green screen shot and I refer to this tutorial.

Brian’s Suite
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FCG016 – Exploring Metadata (feat. Jon Chappell)

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Metadata has been a huge topic of discussion since day one of Final Cut Pro. What is metadata, why do you need it, how can we use it to our advantage.  In this episode we explore some uses of metadata in a modern workflow and begin am exploration that will surely be revisited time and time again. Jon Chappell also represents the first ever vendor we’ve had on the show but make sure you listen to the disclaimers.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Jon Chappell – @digitalreb

Digital Rebellion Cut Notes

using 10.1 in a Shared Environment by 10 dot 1

DCC036 – The Audience is Learning (feat. Jason Cohen)

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Ever wonder what it would be like to get that call letting you know that the documentary you directed was nominated for an Oscar? Jason Cohen knows the feeling and he shares it all with us. This is a follow up to last weeks episode with T.M. Christopher who was the editor and Co-Producer of the film. Learn a little about the politics and the business of a 2 year commitment to one project.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Jason Cohen – facingfearmovie.com