Jan Crittenden-Livingston is the business line manager for Panasonic’s professional cameras.
Recently, I had the opportunity to interview her at DV Expo 2008 about Panasonic’s move to tapeless media (the P2 card) and the impact that had on the company.
More importantly, though, I finally had the chance to talk with her about the need for editors to change the way they archive their video assets as we move from video tape to sold state and hard disk-based video recording. Archiving is becoming more and more critical, yet all too often is overlooked in the initial budgeting and editing process.
In this interview, Jan talks about possible archiving methods and talks about where Panasonic is headed in the next year.
(TRT: 14:55 7.0 MB)
You can hear the entire show here:
Select Show #2.
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