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As promised, I told you that there would be a Part ll of our 2020 Virtual NAB coverage. So here it is! There is so much going on that I (almost) don’t know where to start except to add one thing - I can tell you that all of the companies that I deal with have really stepped up their game. Whether it is online tutorials, webinars, or virtual press conferences, they are making their presence known.
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Most creatives are capricious creatures, prone to rapidly alternating between heated passion for their chosen pursuits and utter disdain for everything associated with them. If you’re a creative then you’ve probably experienced this — if not, well, it’s easy enough to notice in the world.
I say this almost all the time, but this time I mean it.
The OWC ThunderBay 4 Mini is a game-changer. Why? Because simplicity and functionality are some of the things I love about good solid products.
The ThunderBay 4 Mini lived up to the advanced billing and then some. Not in a flashy, hey look at me way either, but in design and performance.
The Coronavirus really snuck up on me, as it did for everyone. I was off to a busy start this year, running up and down California, shooting content for several different projects, when I began to hear murmurs of this looming threat. One day, my barber was showing me an N95 mask that he had stood in line to purchase that morning. But…this was coming from a guy who has told me at length his theories on Big-Foot, and UFOs. So the truth was, like many people, I didn’t know how seriously to take all of this in the beginning.
Post|Production World (P|PW) Online is the world’s leading training conference for production & post-production professionals, content creators, designers, TV, film & video editors, producers, directors, motion graphics & online video specialists. This year, NAB Show and FMC are offering P|PW as an online, live & interactive training event to take place May 17 – 19, 2020.
Your space, your pace! P|PW Online will deliver over 100 training sessions on production, post-production, new media, business strategies for creatives during COVID-19 times and vendor-branded topics straight to your home via the Zoom platform. The speaker line-up features FMC’s world-renowned team of post-production experts, certified instructors, and gurus. To bring the community together, P|PW Online will also host raffle prizes, interactive happy hour sessions, and small group video rooms for birds-of-a-feather! The ticket is only $299 and registration includes access to stream the session recordings for 120 days post-event!
Welcome back to our fourth installment of Pivot Point. Pivot Point is designed to explore what production professionals from all over are doing right now to keep working. This means going from on location and studio multi-camera to more remote like “at home” productions. This time around we catch up with Nick Walsh, Creative and Technical Director from LiveX. LiveX is a very interesting company that does some of just about everything. They(LiveX) are no strangers to challenging production situations and have been able to turn the corner and keep pretty busy. Here’s what Nick had to say about the current production environment for LiveX.
In response to COVID-19's impact on the production industry, ProductionHUB is taking steps to help freelancers and businesses pivot and plan for the future. Please visit our COVID-19 page for updates, related blog content, tips and links to resources to help you through this time.