So, my lead story this week is a description of how my thinking has changed. As with everything I write, I'm always interested in your opinions.
Recently, between my
and email, I've been getting a lot of questions on
trouble-shooting a Final Cut Pro X
system. I've written about trouble-shooting since I first started writing articles - almost 15 years ago now. But, the last time I created a new trouble-shooting article was a few years ago. So, this week, I wrote a new trouble-shooting guide for FCP X. Be sure to bookmark it, this provides a variety of techniques you can use to keep your system running right. And, yes, I use these every week myself.
I was delighted to get word that I've won an award!
, Editorial Director of
magazine, wrote to say: "You are the recipient of
NewBay's Industry Innovator Award
, presented by Digital Video magazine. The NewBay Industry Innovator Award winners are selected by a panel of experts and evaluated on their professional achievements, technical and business innovations and continuing influence within their industries. This is our way of recognizing outstanding work in our community."
This is very cool and I'm deeply grateful. Especially considering the other folks that were honored with this inaugural award. I'm part of
a very select group
As I mentioned earlier, last week's
Digital Production Buzz
was especially interesting, as we devoted the entire show to learning more about
. We spoke with program creators, software developers and an author who has written the definitive book on VR ... at least for now. This technology is not going away. In fact, it could be an excellent opportunity for you to find new services to provide your clients. I recommend you listen to it.
Here's the link
are taking another week off, as I continue working an outside project. They will be back as soon as I can wrap this up; probably in another couple of weeks. In the meantime, I look forward to chatting with you again next week. Until then,