Powering the New Era of Storytelling

June 1, 2016

It seems that no matter how fast workstation computers get, there are always new developments on the horizon that push the limits of what machines can do. That’s good, […]

The Ultra Challenge of Digitally Editing An Ultra Wide Film

December 1, 2015

Among the challenges of creating The Hateful Eight in “glorious 70mm,” as filmmaker Quentin Tarantino described it in his original screenplay, was the fact that it required an overall post workflow that was highly irregular in many respects — both a throwback to an earlier era and extremely complex at the same time. […]

Post Moderne: A Resource and Reference Tool

February 1, 2015

When nonlinear editing systems first appeared nearly 25 years ago, a lot of people scratched their heads. Who could edit with a picture you could barely see and a hard drive that couldn’t hold even a reel of images, on a new-fangled personal computer that was likely to crash? […]

Plugged-In for Picture: What Film Editors Are Using

July 1, 2014

In the MAY-JUN 14 issue of CineMontage, writer Mel Lambert surveyed sound designers, sound editors and supervising sound editors about the Digital Audio Workstation add-ons that they use to get the job done. In this issue, we’ve asked picture editors what their plug-in choices are. […]

Is Your Room in Tune?

July 1, 2013

Sound editors and mixers need to be confident that their room acoustics are not skewing their judgment. […]

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