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
Terence and Philip discussion innovation, starting with a recent article questioning Avid’s continued ability to innovate. The discussion covers who might be innovating, what it innovation and a whole lot of other subjects as well.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs interns Jesse Dunham and Hector Gonzalez for editing this episode.
In this episode Terence and Philip discuss the way the App Store works and the issues that arise for developers; business models and compatibility between versions in Media Composer; in-app purchases; Adobe panels; Flash; Creative Cloud; app interchange formats; reporting; and app ecosystems.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs intern Hector Gonzalez for editing this show.
Thanks to Shawn Cloud for editing this episode.
A short one where Terrence and Philip talk about the Adobe Creative Cloud.
Thanks to AlphaDogs intern Shawn Cloud for editing this episode.
Recorded after the announcement of the new Mac Pro this episode covers that, 3D and 4K.
Correction: A couple of people have bought to our attention that the SSD in the MacBook Pro Retina and the MacBook Airs are in fact socketed and user replaceable.
A wide ranging episode that starts with a discussion of Avid’s financials, and goes all over the place from there. This episode was recorded before the release of Adobe Creative Cloud and the preview of the new MacPro. And a discussion of beer and wine seemed to be an appropriate analogy along the way. Sometimes a little heated.
Notes: Adobe Creative Cloud now has over 700,000 subscribers. Terry did look it up and the (now old) MacPro can indeed carry two GPUs (but no more than two efficiently).
Thanks to Curtis Fritsch for editing this show.
Terence and Philip consider whether or not the Television Industry needs a visionary like Apple’s Steve Jobs to innovate into the future. The Television industry will undergo upheaval anyway, with or without a visionary, but in what direction?