Now Streaming: DCS Coverage of the 2023 Post Expo held on April 1st at
Canon Burbank. See the descriptions with separate links below, or
view the entire collection here:
Assistant Editors Zekun Mao and Aashish D’Mello, members of the Academy award winning editorial team from Everything Everywhere All at Once who will discuss how they used Adobe Premiere and Frame.io to meet the challenges of keeping all the varied assets organized for such a complex storyline, the technical workflow, and their personal career paths.
Jess Loren, CEO and Erick Geisler, Creative Director of To Whom It May Concern Productions will discuss how they leverage Resolve, Blackmagic Cloud, and Virtual Production technology on the shows they produce at their L.A. area facilities such as Wedding Talk, Crackle, and Chicken Soup For The Soul.
Ian Vertovec, Supervising Colorist & Founder of Light Iron, and Cinematographer Brett Pawlak will discuss working together on major motion pictures such as Just Mercy and Short Term 12. They will dive into the visual language a DP and Colorist use to communicate, the importance of testing and designing looks during camera prep, and how new technology is being employed to improve creative workflows.
Avid’s Michael Krulik will give an update on Media Composer including improvements to the Text Editing, and “Export to Pro Tools” workflow enhancements and to the “Copy Media” capabilities with Avid NEXIS | EDGE.
Philip Hodgetts, the CEO of Intelligent Assistance, a technology developer specializing in metadata-enabled, XML-integrated workflows will give an update on their Lumberjack System including Builder NLE, the only NLE developed for editing Video and Audio with text.
Canon Fellow Michael Bravin, (our Host for this event,) leads an expert panel discussing the challenges and benefits of Advanced Resolutions and HDR. Panelist include Liam Ford, SVP of Engineering & Technical Operations at Light Iron, Cinematographer and noted VFX Producer Phil Holland, Philip Hodgetts, the CEO of Intelligent Assistance, and Canon’s David Doko.