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Digital Production Buzz – February 11, 2016

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with David Colantuoni, Philip Hodgetts, and Dan Montgomery.

  • Avid Updates Media Composer
  • Buy New Gear – or Do Nothing? How To Decide
  • A Better Way to Archive Projects and Media
  • Randi’s Perspective: HPA’s Retreat, Canon’s DSLR, and More!
  • Tech Talk: Masks in FCP X

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Guests this Week

David Colantuoni
David Colantuoni, Senior Director Product Management, Creative Apps/Storage, Avid Technology
This week, Avid released a new version of Avid Media Composer, along with additional support for RED cameras. David Colantuoni is the senior director of product management at Avid. He leads product management and design for all of Avid’s Professional Video Editing, Storage and Broadcast products, including the Media Composer family, and joins us to explain their latest announcements.
Philip Hodgetts
Philip Hodgetts, President, Lumberjack System
Philip Hodgetts, CEO of Intelligent Assistance, lives on the leading edge of technology. But, for many of us, deciding whether to invest in new gear is a major gamble. Tonight, we’re doing something different. Rather than talk about how cool all this new technology is, Philip and Larry will discuss how to decide whether and when it’s time for new gear – because sometimes, the best decision is to do nothing.
Dan Montgomery
Dan Montgomery, President, Imagine Products, Inc.
We all know we need to archive our projects for the long-term. But, how? Dan Montgomery is the President and CEO of Imagine Products, Inc., a company that specializes in media management and archiving software. Tonight, Dan shares his thoughts on the best way to preserve our media and projects for the long term.
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