Monthly Archives: February 2014

FCG025 – The Library Model (feat. Sam Mestman)

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The Library Model, XML, Resolve 10.1 & FCPX 10.1, Timeline Index, Markers, Pelican cases and even ancient web sites. We cover all that and MORE on this episode of FCPX Grill featuring Sam Mestman of FCPX Works.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Sam Mestman – @fcpworks

Chris’ FCPX Color Correction Walk-thru

Archive.org – The Wayback Machine

Trekpak.com
Trekpak on Facebook

DCC041 – Thinking Aloud (feat. Robert Rippberger)

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Horror films from a philosophical perspective. Yea, I bet you never thought of that. Producer, Director, Writer Robert Rippberger is one of those truly deep thinkers and yet, also a true fan of the horror genre. His interesting views of Kubrick, the Cohen Brothers and Sam Raimi offer up a very interesting conversation that I bet you never would have thought you would hear on DCC.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Robert Rippberger – facebook.com/rrippberger

FCG024 – The FCPX.TV Guru (feat. Richard Taylor)

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Besides sharing some “Timeline KungFu” Richard and I also go off on a discussion about Grammar, and Internet decorum. We also go into some talk about Screenflow as a screen capture application. As well as the great debate about renaming your media in the Finder or not. We also share a product idea that some enterprising programmer could make for the FCPX community.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Richard Taylor – @RichardTaylorTV

Roots Rock Radio

Mentioned in the interview.
Chris uses Keynote as a Character Generator.

Making Animations in Keynote

Richard’s Suite
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FCG023 – More Similar Than You Think (feat. Scott Hartman)

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FCPX is more similar to FCP7 than you think. That is the message that Scott Hartman of Atlanta based, Jackson Spalding has to share. Scott shares with us about his broadcast news background and his journey from using traditional broadcast tools and workflows into a 21st Century IT based environment. “There’s a lot of US out there.”

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Scott Hartman – @hartmanscott

jacksonspalding.com

Jackson Spalding on Vimeo

Scott’s Suite
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DCC040 – Almost a Show (feat. Eric Wise)

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Internet services are increasingly important in a digital workflow. This week we invite Eric Wise back to talk tech and examine some surprising San Francisco Bay Area Production trends that have developed over the last year that may surprise you.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Eric Wise – @Splice_Eric

What Technology Wants

Dark Fibre

Stu Maschwitz on eMail

IFTTT – If This Then That?

Bit Torrent Sync

Aspera Server – Moving data at maximum speed.

push.co – Create your own Push Notifications for iOS

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