This last week I was in London, at the Broadcast Video Expo in Earl’s Court 2 in Kensington.
I was invited to give a series of presentations on Final Cut Pro X, Compressor, Motion, and understanding video storage. (I’m delighted to report we had standing room only: hundreds of people crammed into each session. It was a lot of fun!!)
When I wasn’t giving presentations, I was wandering the show floor with an audio recorder talking with companies that I haven’t seen for a while. And, while the news is still fresh, I wanted to give you a chance to hear these reports. I spoke with the folks at:
As always, let me know what you think.
Broadcast Video Expo 2101 – London — TRT: 10:04
To get us started, here’s the summary we aired on this week’s Digital Production Buzz.
James Richings — TRT: 8:57
James Richings talks about how EditShare encourages a consistent editing workflow, some of the applications they have that support it, and why they are so committed to improving workflow.
James Richings — TRT: 5:03
Lightworks was acquired by EditShare a couple of years ago. Edit Share has continued to develop it, even thought it is a free application available on open source. We talk about what Lightworks is, what major films have used it, and what Edit Share plans with it for the future.
Dave Tyler — TRT: 5:56
Pro Audio Applications Specialist
ProTools / Avid
ProTools recently released version 10 of their legendary audio software. In this interview, Dave explains what some of the key new features are and what ProTools wants to work on for the future.
Andy Bellamy — TRT: 6:37
Field Sales Engineer
AJA just shipped the new IOXT, a new interface which allows computers to ingest and export video using Thunderbolt connections. Andy explains how it works and where it fits into post-production.