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August 2014

Randi Altman
Randi Altman is editor in chief of Post Magazine


raltman@postmagazine.com
Authored Articles
GETTING ROASTED AT NAB
Published: April 7, 2006

Nineteen years ago when Herb Dow, then a VP at nonlinear editing manufacturer Ediflex, organized a dinner with some post production studio heads during NAB, he had no idea what he was starting. For him is was just an opportunity for colleagues as well as competitors to talk about technology and day-to-day business issues away from the craziness of the show floor… and to bust each other’s chops a little

SPECIAL REPORT: LIFE-LIKE FACIAL ANIMATION WITH SOFTIMAGE|FACE ROBOT
Published: April 7, 2006

HOLLYWOOD - Creating believable facial animation has always been a holy grail for animators working on high-end apps. In fact, when Softimage approached 3DS Max-based Blur in Venice, CA, and asked if there’s anything they could help with, their answer was “facial animation.” After about a year, and quite a bit of input from Blur, Softimage is now shipping its standalone Face Robot software.

THE NEED TO BE AT NAB
Published: March 6, 2006

NAB - the mother of all domestic trade shows in our industry. Like so many ventures, NAB's post 9/11 numbers took a hit, but they have been steadily rebounding over the last couple of years.

GEARING UP FOR REALITY
Published: February 1, 2006

The reality TV business isn't really showing signs of slowing down, and while these shows aren't curing cancer, they are giving our industry a much-needed boost.

SWEET 16
Published: January 4, 2006

What were you doing when you were 16 years old? Listening to loud music? Ignoring your parents? Frowning? If so, I’d say you were in the majority. What was Eric Wotila doing? He was starting an HD production studio in Cadillac, MI, called Freelancer Productions (www.freelancerproductions.com).

WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR?
Published: October 31, 2005

Each year, I try to poll the industry and ask, "What are you thankful for?" I do this, not because it's an easy column to put together at the last minute on deadline day - shame on you for even thinking that way - but because we are truly interested.
STATEN ISLAND IS...'MARKED FOR POST'
Published: October 10, 2005

Say you're a feature film director who literally wants to take over a post production studio for three or four months...
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