So a few days ago we shared a superb video interview with Chris Vogler of ‘The Hero’s Journey’ – if you missed it, you can catch it here. This was a way to entice all our current blog readers and email newsgroup to migrate from our old and clunky newsgroup service to our all new shiny one. So if you didn’t sign because Vogler and scripts are just not your thing, here’s a video that might just tempt you… A 45 seminar on HD with editor extraordinaire Eddie Hamilton.
HD is a phrase used repeatedly, but not all HD is the same… What does 4:2:2 really mean…? What does compression, pixel ratio, 4K or 2K, 8bit, 12bit, 16bit, 4:4:4, HDCam, HDV yada yada… what does it all mean?
Watch and listen to world class editor Eddie Hamilton as he explains in great detail what all those numbers, phrases and terminologies really mean to you the film maker – be you a producer, editor or director. It’s an illuminating workshop!
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Many of you will have met Eddie on one of our workshops and seminars, and if you did, I am sure you would agree, HE IS THE MAN! He recently cut ‘Kick Ass’ (interview here) and now he is editing the new X-Men movie, ‘X-Men:First Class’. Outstanding!
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NOTE – Since filming, Apple have released the ProRes 422 codec, which broadly does the same job as the Avid DNxHD codec – more info on Wikipedia here.
FEEDBACK ‘Very, Very useful video. As someone who glazes over (or scan reads) video tech, especially the figures, it was handy to know exactly what I need to be shooting and why and what changes I need to make to my workflow. (Buy Bigger Hard Drives) Today, I am definitely wiser.’ Dave
Onwards and upwards!