In this episode Terence Curren and Philip Hodgetts discuss their expectations for 2013, across the whole spectrum of production.
Terence and Philip look back at the trends they saw from 2012. We may also go on some side detours while discussing the subject!
All editing mistakes are Philip’s for this episode.
Terence and Philip discuss who across the spectrum of editing use, who should be using which NLE? With the usual side discussions.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs intern Marcus Johnson for editing this episode.
Yes, finally, another Terence and Philip Show! This time Terence grills Philip on what really happened during the Solar Odyssey, the production lessons learnt and what else has come out of the experience.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs intern Sean Yap.
Terence Curren and Philip Hodgetts discuss the importance, and relevance of resolution and frame rates. How much is too real? How will higher frame rates be distributed in the home market?
And yes, another 3D rant!
We went way, way over time so it’s a long show. If there was more time it would be edited down for content, so hit that fast forward button. We cover everything we can remember from NAB 2012.
Terence attended this year’s Hollywood Post Alliance retreat with the theme “Snowflake Workflows” and talks about the technologies that were previewed.
The things that stood out for Terry in the demo room: Sony’s Blu-ray archive solution to compete with LTO and $25,000 4K home projector;
There’s a side discussion how disruptive technologies often come out of the consumer divisions of the large conglomerates rather than their professional product division.
Terry then a panel where Disney discussed automating the diversity of outputs from master file (up to thousands of variations).
How does the combination of RAW and Lytro camera affect production? How much moves from production to post?
Terry also talks about the trends in production and consumption revealed at the HPA Retreat.
Thanks to Curtis Fritsch for editing the show and making us sound intelligent.
Terence and Philip start with a discussion of why we’re trending toward reality Television away from scripted. What are the implications for workflows? Where is the distinction between documentary and reality?
There’s a discussion on reality TV production techniques. Followed by some of the ideas Philip has for saving time on the Solar Odyssey Challenge show using metadata using Time Associated Metadata inspired by OnLocation/Adobe Story workflows. Philip discusses some of the software ideas he has for metadata acquisition.
Philip mentioned a sports logging tool: the company is iCoda.
Thanks to Alpha Dogs intern Alex Talavera for editing the show and making us sound intelligent.
Terry has been deciding what equipment to buy, while Philip has some very specific technology needs for the upcoming Solar Odyssey project. Naturally the MacPro’s future features in the discussion. Terry’s video monitoring solution has been found but he’s still looking for audio monitoring tools, without it being too expensive or too cheap.
Discussion continues about the relative future of iOS and OS X (recorded before the announcement of Mountain Lion and Final Cut Pro X 1.0.3) and applications that might run on them.
Philip discusses the technology needs for the Solar Odyssey project: producing a reality TV show about the journey on the solar powered vessel Ra, under solar power. All equipment needs to run off 12v. During the production new technologies will be developed (as Philip discussed on his blog). Philip also discusses the types of software solutions they will be developing during the project.
Starting with the decision to go to Media Composer at Bunim Murray, Terence and Philip discuss the state of NLEs today and the business behind them. Its a long show and it covers a lot.