Category Archives: Film

  Shipping content has to be the most important priority when you are uncomfortable with your work. Ira Glass’ comments on this subject are more than relatable for me, as they describe the very blood flowing within my ambitious soul. Sitting in my old leather swivel chair originally manufactured in Alabama some time before my dad was […]

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This is it, the final roll call from San Diego before our move to Colorado. Couldn’t be happier to bookend the San Diego Creatives series with Philip and Chelsea Hansen. Are you kidding me? I thought, after our first meeting. It’s six weeks until we move, and I’m just meeting these folks now? Definitely one of those moments when […]

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Transferring existing Final Cut Pro files over to Premiere was a big question mark when considering the switch, especially since I have a lot of existing projects that will surely need to be updated or need reedits down the line. And then Premiere CS6 rocked it. Because I use PluralEyes to sync my audio files and their […]

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And it begins, the transition from Final Cut Pro to Adobe. As I said in my New York, Take One post, there were going to be some changes, and this is the first of many to come this year. I say Adobe rather than Premiere because it’s really transitioning from an NLE system in Final […]

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