Secrets of Cinedeck
August 1, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
As more than a replacement to the linear tape deck, Cinedeck has branched much further out from hardware solutions to now offering a variety of useful, and mostly free software applications that are the perfect tools for the filmmakers toolkit.
- Hidden Features of CineXtools.
- What CineXtools-Basic (the free version) can do.
- CineAMA Plugins: A Better Codec for Exporting
Johnathon has worked in film and television production for over two decades. He got his official start when he was 18yrs directing, shooting and editing documentaries in the U.S. Air Force’s 2nd Combat Camera Sq. where he spent time in combat operational zones documenting real-world events.
After his military service, Johnathon went to work for Avid Technology, Inc., a leader in film & TV technology. As a specialist and spokesman for their editing products, he managed cutting-edge workflows for the films Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Collateral and Mystic River. He became a Master Editor and Trainer at Avid, edited independent features and shorts, and directed several digital shorts pushing new technological platforms.
Johnathon directed and produced his first feature film in the winter of 2010 in his hometown of Detroit called Truck 20’s Location. He’s currently VP, of Community Development for Runway, and consults with both software companies creating film tools, and lectures on film workflow for the
Producers Guild of America. He’s also co-founder of National Organization of Black Directors.
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