Part 1 of a llive seminar recorded at BVE London, February 16, 2010
1. Why survival in the future demands the ability to adapt and meet the
changing requirements of clients and broadcasters
2. How to make the right investments in kit
3. The importance of efficient workflows with regard to format choice,
codecs and distribution
- Matt Davis, Producer and Director, MDMA - Matt shoots primarily with 2 cameras, the Sony EX1R and EX1, though has used many other cameras. He shoots, lights, does audio, and functions independently or as part of team. Matt also edits with a firm knowledge of the entire process from editing, outputting, encodiing and effects creation
- Christina Fox, Camera Operator, Trainer/Consultant, Urban Fox - Christina specialises in camera training using affordable camera technology. Whether you use a Z5, Z7 or EX1, EX3 or EOS 7D DSLR, Christina is experienced and understands how these cameras operator. She has trained and consulted for the BBC, ITV, Nickelodeon, MTV, and many other companies, schools and individuals
- David Fox, Journalist - is an award-winning newspaper journalist - reporter and editor, writing for various national newspapers in the UK and Ireland (including The Guardian, The Independent, The Mail On Sunday, The Telegraph); An experienced TV producer/director of factual and entertainment programmes; a TV and radio reporter/researcher on science, factual and current affairs programmes; and a scriptwriter of factual, comedy and entertainment programmes - working for RTE, the BBC, Channel One, and others.
- Larry Jordan - Producer, Director, Trainer - is a highly regarded consultant and Apple-Certified trainer with over 25 years video production and post-production experience. He is currently using his award-winning skills in training editors to use Final Cut Studio. He is the Executive Producer and Host of Creative Planet's Digital Production BuZZ, as well as author of five books on Final Cut Studio, along with a monthly on-line newsletter covering Final Cut Studio; now in its sixth year of publication.
The panel is chaired by Rick Young of MacVideo.tv Click here to watch the video