Why We Need More Women In Film and Television

Women in Film

This past weekend had the potential to be big news for Women in Filmmaking. The latest version of “Ghostbusters” had its opening weekend in the theaters with its all-female lead cast. Many will watch to see if the film does well at the box office, or poorly, as a tell-tale sign of whether or not […]

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Real-world, same-day editing with the Lumaforge Jellyfish and Adobe Premiere Pro

Real-world, same-day editing with the Lumaforge Jellyfish and Adobe Premiere Pro 1

Earlier this summer I was hired on a job to edit same day content for CMA Music Festival. It’s one of the biggest music festivals around and they produce a good bit of content that shows nightly at the stadium as well as online. Working with our friends at Taillight TV the weeklong job required […]

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HP ZBook Studio G3: How to output standard framerates over HDMI

HP ZBook Studio G3: How to output standard framerates over HDMI 2

Despite deceitful rounding in camera menus from otherwise responsible manufacturers including Canon, JVC, Panasonic and Sony, rates like exact 30 or exact 60 fps haven’t been used since before 1953, when the US changed to approximately 29.97 and 59.94 when it colorized the previous monochromatic system. When I published my recent review of the HP […]

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