In three and a half days at NAB, the Digital Production Buzz
team created more than twelve hours of audio and video programming. Whew...
I have two blogs looking back at this year's NAB Show, along with several new videos. All the details are below.
We also have winners in our Editing Truths
contest, along with revised Top Three lists.
I'm gonna get this newsletter published, then I'm gonna take a nap.
"EDITING TRUTHS" WEEKLY WINNERS
Here are the latest winners from our "Editing Truths For Better Living" contest. It doesn't cost anything to enter, and, in fact, studies have shown that entering can actually make you feel better. Sharing the pain helps...
It's always fun trying to explain the difference between Raw media and transcoded media to a producer. Over the phone.
From producer: "I'm about halfway through the cut and I am worried about these open ended story lines."
Any employee identified in a corporate video is destined to be fired as soon as the video is duplicated or released.
(From a client who didn't attend the shoot): "I don't like the hair style, can you change the hair style?"
For all the details on this free contest, along with a fast entry form, click here
FEATURED BUZZ INTERVIEW
The NAB Show is famous for showcasing the latest technology. However, this week's interview is with the person that got much of our industry started: Tim Jenison
Tim invented the Video Toaster, then went on to found NewTek. As I looked around NAB, I saw hundreds of companies that all owe their existence to Tim's ideas.
This is an interview you owe to yourself. Listen to it here
NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
I have two new blogs that look back on NAB, plus a variety of video clips that we shot at the show.
With the new releases from Adobe, along with a variety of exciting new plug-ins, we have plenty of new stuff to talk about in coming weeks.
I've also updated our Top Three lists, just so you know what other people are looking at.