I have all kinds of interesting stuff for you this week -
. Plus, a blog on the current status of external GPUs attached to a Mac. Along with a variety of announcements.
My podcast -
Digital Production Buzz
- is a media partner for
Creative Storage conference
. I've spoken at this event, or moderated a panel in it, for many years. The reason it interests me is that it focuses on storage. And storage, as we've all learned, is even
than our computers in determining performance. The people that attend this event are creating the storage products we'll buy next year. For this reason, its important that these engineers understand what challenges we face and what we'd like to see in storage hardware in the future. This year, I'm
moderating a panel
of DITs talking about our current digital workflow - what works and what needs improving. If you have
and can spare the time to join this panel, drop me
and I'll forward it to Tom. This will only require a few hours out of a single day; time which will benefit all of us. I'm grateful for your help.
continues releasing interesting effects for Final Cut Pro X and Premiere. Their latest title is "
" - Freeze frames for FCP X. Take a look at the
American Cinema Editors
(ACE) announced that applications for their fall
program open May 1. These are available to recent college graduates, designed to offer motivated individuals interested in editing a unique opportunity to be mentored by industry professionals. This is an
for young editors to get a big boost in their craft. Here's the link:
. (American Cinema Editors is an honorary society of motion picture editors founded in 1950.)
Digital Production Buzz
looked at the intersection of The Cloud, collaboration and storage. It was a very interesting show, featuring interviews with
. And, as always,
summarizes the week's news, from his perspective as editor-in-chief of
resumed last week with an in-depth look at the new features in the April updates to
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
. This was a fun session to present because Adobe added a lot of very useful features to both applications, which I was delighted to illustrate.
Learn more here
This week's webinar takes a closer look at the new
Apple Final Cut Pro X
. Registration to live events is always
Sign up here
Oh! Before I forget, I have four new articles for you this week: a
on the current status of
(external Graphics Processing Units) on the Mac, an easy way to monitor the status of your
, plus two
from last week's webinar: new features in
and the brand-new Color Match in
. Cool stuff!
Whew. There's a lot going on; plus, this week is finals week for my students. So, everyone is busy. As always, I'm interested in your comments and I look forward to chatting with you next week.
In the meantime,