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Digital Production Buzz – December 3, 2015

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with Patrick Southern, Christina Horgan, and Charles Dautremont.

  • Getting Started as an Assistant Editor
  • Secrets of Sound Design
  • Solve Problems with Cinedeck’s “Insert Edit”
  • Randi’s Perspective: The Latest From Adobe and Assimilate
  • Tech Talk: Image Stabilization in Premiere Pro CC with 4K Media

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Guests this Week

Patrick Southern
Patrick Southern, Assistant Editor
Editor & Assistant Editor, Patrick Southern specializes in FCP X but also works on Avid and Premiere Pro. Patrick has spent the last year cutting documentaries in Los Angeles for A&E, National Geographic, and the Lifetime Movie Network. Tonight, he shares his techniques on how to become a successful assistant editor.
Christina Horgan
Christina Horgan, Post Sound Editor, Fire Lotus Productions & Dog House Post Audio
Christina Horgan began her career as a Graphic Designer then transitioned into Sound Editing. Since then, she’s worked on feature films, television and the web. She recently won the award for Best Sound Design at the 2015 FANtastic Horror Film Festival for her work on the Psychological Thriller/Horror Feature CUT!. Christina is a member of the Motion Picture Sound Editors Guild and shares her thoughts on creating great sound design during production on a budget.
Charles Dautremont
Charles Dautremont, CEO/CTO, Cinedeck
How many times have you created the “final output” only to discover that a small section of your project needs to be replaced? In the past, we needed to re-output the entire project. Now, Cinedeck has the perfect solution with their new feature, Insert Edit. CEO/CTO Charles Dautremont explains how it works.
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December 2, 2010


The Buzz was in Washington, DC, covering new products and tecnology at Government Video Expo 2010.