Terence Curren and Philip Hodgetts are back with a post-NAB 2016. Topics covered include general impressions of NAB 2016, and why Terry did not attend this year; Blackmagic Design Resolve; Avid’s business; market fragmentation; HDR and expanded color gamut; Studio Daily’s Top 50 influencers (including Philip); Zcam; Lytro cam; VR; innovation; Apple watch and NDA’d Final Cut Pro X preview.
In the latest show Terence and Philip talk about Lunch with Philip and Greg; what it is and the 4K, small production kit approach that allows the show to be produced over lunch in regular restaurants. The discussion moves to other production and why we got into the business in the first place before discussing the future of motion graphics in the era of templatorization. (Motion VFX, Stupid Raisins, Fiverr).
Terence and Philip answer some listener questions, including “Where do we compromise, and where can we not compromise” and “When is too much media is enough”.
Episode 69: Where we talk about adapting to change.
Philip’s Family History project has led to some serious thinking about the future, and how to plan for and survive the changes that are coming.
There is also discussion of the importance of recording your family history while you can.
A wide ranging look at all things NAB 2015, from Terence and Philip’s very subjective perspectives. Avid, Adobe, Blackmagic Design and some companies that start with C-Z as well.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs’ intern Ryan Choi for editing this episode.
In this episode Terence and Philip talk about the challenges of being a mid-sized post production facility.
Thanks to AlphaDogs intern Ryan Choi for editing this show.
In this episode Terence and Philip look back on the trends of 2014 and express an opinion or two.
In this episode Terence and Philip discuss 4K – the good, the bad, and the bandwidth.
In this episode Terence and Philip discuss NAB 2014: Avid’s direction, AJA’s new camera, drones and cars that drive themselves, the new Dolby monitor, NAB excitement levels, and Lumberjack System.
Many thanks to Alpha Dogs intern Sam Vargas for editing this show