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5 Things: Post Myths Vol. 2

September 19, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT

Due to the success of the first “Post Myths” episode, Michael is back with special co-host Vince Rocca for “Post Myths Vol. 2”.  In this episode, Michael and Vince tackle myths involving YouTube, hard drives, ProRes, technical and creative chops, and cereal…?
1. YouTube needs compressed video
2. Bare drives are safe for storage
3. You can’t create ProRes on Windows
4. Editors only need to know how to edit
5. Video needs to be action and title safe

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Presenter

Michael Kammes

Michael Kammes is the Director of Technology and Marketing for Key Code Media. He consults on and demonstrates digital filmmaking workflows benefiting the post industry. These include workflows about stereoscopy, acquisition, storage, editorial, audio, finishing, and encoding.

His post audio experience encompasses serving as a Dialogue Editor, SFX Editor, ADR Recordist and Editor, Re-Recording Mixer and Supervising Sound Editor on many film, television and internet based projects.

He is currently a member of the MPSE (Motion Picture Sound Editors), an FCP Apple Certified Trainer, an Avid Certified Support Representative (ACSR). You can catch him as a presenter at colleges, conventions, technology retreats and symposiums.

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