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Scruffy Thinking Podcast

On this Episode of That Post Show, we are proud to have Scott Simmons, Paul del Vecchio and Steve Cohen join us for a discussion about Final Cut Pro X and Avid Media Composer 6.

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Alternate Titles

  • Theoretically Rational
  • Optimize this!
  • Filming for a century
  • Big, Honking Segment
  • A Smart Collection
  • The Mind of Randy Ubilos
  • Different types of Professional
  • Edit Pro SuperGood
  • The Liberal Coast
  • Skewed by Geography

Kanen Flowers

Kanen is the madman behind Scruffy Thinking. He writes a blog, writes code and generates too much content for one sane person. You can follow him on twitter. You can also check out his media company at Scruffy.TV.

Scott Simmons

Scott Simmons is a senior editor at Filmworkers in Nashville, Tennessee. In his decade as an editor he has worked on projects ranging from music videos for Taylor Swift and Kenny Rogers to concerts for Toby Mac and Gary Allan to television programs for CMT and ABC Sports to commercials, documentaries and corporate work. Scott is also a contributing writer for Studio Daily and runs the popular post-production blog The Editblog on Pro Video Coalition. You may even find him teaching a few classes at NAB.

Paul del Vecchio

Paul is an Award Winning Director from NY, has a short film on George Romero’s Diary of the Dead DVD. His last feature film, FOREVER, won Audience Award for Best Feature Film at the Long Island Big Fish Film Festival. He may or may not be directing the upcoming show, Hero Punk, which was written by Kanen.

Steve Cohen

Emmy and Eddie Award winning editor and non-linear editing pioneer, he was the first person to use an Avid on a studio feature film, the first chairman of the editing department at the American Film Institute and the first publisher of the Editors Guild Magazine. He is the author of two books on Media Composer, including the recently released Avid Agility. He blogs at Splice Now

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