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Digital Production Buzz — June 20, 2013

  • Shooting Arby’s Commercials with the Blackmagic Camera
  • Tips for Better Transcriptions
  • Dramatic Politics Inside SAG/AFTRA
  • The Takes: New Project Management Software for Production

GUESTS: Gavin Fisher, Luis Pelayo, Jonathan Handel, and Maxim Antonov

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New interviews every show! Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton LIVE this week as they talk with:

Gavin Fisher, Founder, Fisher Film Works

Gavin Fisher is a Cinematographer/Colorist/Editor based in Los Angeles. His company, Fisher Film Works, offers various post-production services including color correction / finishing, editorial, and visual effects. His company recently completed a colorful Arby’s national campaign using Blackmagic Design cameras and DaVinci Resolve, which is what we want to talk with him about tonight.

Luis Pelayo, President, Hollywood Tools

You’ve got your video posted to YouTube. But how can you create subtitles for it? That’s where Hollywood Tools comes in. They have new software, called “UTranscribe,” which make creating subtitles for YouTube videos fast, easy and, in a couple of weeks, automatic, as President, Luis Pelayo, explains.

Jonathan Handel, Entertainment Labor Reporter, The Hollywood Reporter

Sometimes the most interesting dramas occur behind the scenes, as seems to be the case with SAG/AFTRA. Jonathan Handel, entertainment labor reporter for The Hollywood Reporter joins us for an extended session tonight to describe the dramatic politics inside SAG/AFTRA. Plus, we have an update on producing soap operas for the web.

Maxim Antonov, President, The Takes

We first met Maxim Antonov, president of TheTakes.com, at the recent CineGear expo. The Takes is brand new project management software designed to simplify managing all the elements that go into production. We talk with Maxim this week to learn about his new software, what it does, who its designed for and how it works.

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