Last week, I wrote about the impact
had on the world of digital media. This week,
posted the video of their interview. It's in two parts on YouTube:
Here's Part 1
here's Part 2
. It is well worth watching. You can also read my original article
If you are like me, you've been following
's announcement of a new operating system for the Mac called "
." While this is exciting news, I just want to suggest that as people who earn their living meeting deadlines, we want to be extremely cautious upgrading any production system to the beta version. The reason it's called "beta," is because it isn't stable enough for release. Also, when the final version does ship, it is
to wait a few weeks before upgrading to be sure that the release version is safe enough to use.
Keep in mind that no client has EVER said, "I wish you'd edited my program on the latest version of the operating system."
this week with one of my favorites: "Ask Larry Anything." This free-form discussion covers anything you want to talk about. And, after the initial presentation, these sessions are exclusive to my Video Training Library, you won't be able to download them from my store. To give me time to do some research, please email your questions ahead of time. Here's the
Registration for both live events is always
. I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
One of the questions I get asked every week is: "What computer should I buy?" The answer is that virtually every Mac shipped today is generally good enough for video editing. The question editors SHOULD be asking is: "What kind of storage should I buy?" So, this week, I compiled a Q&A on how to pick the right storage for video editing. It's
my lead story
Digital Production Buzz
had a fascinating show on camera accessories this last week. We talked with folks from
; as well as chatting with videographer
about the gear he takes with him on a shoot. It was a fun session and I encourage you to listen to it
It's the middle of the summer and my part of LA hit 115 degrees yesterday. I'm busy becoming best friends with the air conditioner. I look forward to seeing you at the webinar on Wednesday -
your questions ASAP. Chat with you next Monday, in the meantime,