This week’s episode of Creative
Planet’s Digital Production BuZZ – the world’s only talk radio for
Digital Production, Post Production and Distribution – is full of great
information and entertainment, as usual.
guest is Mike Woodworth, the founder of Divergent Media who released ScopeBox on January 3. ScopeBox is
a Macintosh-only tool for monitoring and recording video with a full
set of monitoring tools. ScopeBox has been compared to Adobe’s
(formerly Serious Magic) DV Rack.
After our popular Pick our Brains segment we’ll be talking
with Keith Larsen, founder of the Connecticut Final Cut Pro User Group
and co-host of the Creative Cow
Red-hot Roundup podcast.
In our second interview we’ll be talking with Steve Kilisky, Senior
Group Product Manager Adobe Production Studio, about the announcement
today that the next release of Adobe’s Production Studio will be
available for Windows and Intel Macintosh.
And finally, in our “BuZZ in Depth” segment this week we’ll be
talking about How HD makes you look fat.
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