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Digital Production Buzz — April 21, 2011

Jim Robertson, Neil Ticktin, David Orban, Scott Morris, Vincent Maza, and Michael Kammes

HEADLINES: A mobile app to create production call sheets, MacTech Magazine, translating and captioning your videos, Adobe’s subscription software, Avid in 3D and Final Cut Pro X — all this, plus Buzz Shout-outs!, on this week’s show!

NOTE: There will be no live stream of this week’s show – it will be a download only. Live streams resume with next week’s show: April 28.

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This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio program covering Digital Production, Post-Production and Distribution is filled with information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker or industry professional.

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Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with:

Jim Robertson Founder and Managing Director,

Jim Robertson had a problem. His production books were getting thicker and heavier and he still couldn’t find the information he needed when he needed it. So, rather than complain, he and his partner invented “doddle” — a mobile app that provides free directory services and a Pro version that creates production call sheets. If tracking down production services or crew is important to you, then you need to hear about this free app.

Neil Ticktin, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine

MacTech Magazine is now in its 26th year of publication. Much more than simply a magazine and website, the magazine also sponsors conferences and developer boot camps around the country. Neil Ticktin, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief joins us to tell us more about the MacTech boot camps, and the newest version of the MacTech conference — now on a road trip to seven cities around the U.S.

David Orban, CEO, dotSUB

David Orban is the new CEO of dotSUB, a platform that allows us to closed caption, subtitle, and translate our videos into multiple languages. Used by TED and Adobe’s new Community Translation Program, the technology is fascinating and, frankly, very helpful. We talk with David this week about his vision for the service, what got him interested, and how we can use it.

Apple, Avid, and Adobe at the 2011 NAB Show

The 2011 NAB Show is filled with product announcements from just about every vendor in our industry. And during our coverage of the event last week, we spoke with 68 industry leaders about new trends, new technology, and new products we should keep our eyes on. This week, we present a summary of news from Adobe, Avid, and Apple on updates to all their products — including some news from Adobe that didn’t make our original coverage.

You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another fascinating show.
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