September 1, 2012

  • 4-Sep-2012
    September 1, 2012
    In this issue:

    - Editing FX's Wilfred
    - Cameras & Post
    - Director's Chair: Todd Solondz - Dark Horse
    - Review: NewBlueFX's Titler Pro
    - Web Series
    - Student to Pro
    ...and much more!


  • Assimilate's Scratch 7
    Assimilate's Scratch 7

    SANTA CLARA, CA — If you stopped by the Assimilate ( booth during NAB 2012 you might have gotten a glimpse of a technology demo that hinted at some of the new offerings that were ...

    September 6, 2012

  • Cover Story: 'Wilfred'
    Cover Story: 'Wilfred'

    SANTA MONICA — The hit FX comedy series Wilfred, the network’s highest-ranking debut sitcom last year, tells the unusual tale of Ryan Newman (Elijah Wood), who is suicidal until his neighbor asks him ...

    September 4, 2012

  • Director's Chair: Todd Solondz - 'Dark Horse'
    Director's Chair: Todd Solondz - 'Dark Horse'

    HOLLYWOOD — Indie director Todd Solondz first burst on the scene with Welcome to the Dollhouse, his acclaimed 1995 film about a relentlessly bullied, shy 7th grade girl, which won the Sundance Grand J ...

    September 4, 2012

  • Editor's Letter: The evolution of the Web series
    Editor's Letter: The evolution of the Web series

    Have you watched a Web series yet? If the answer is no, within the next 12 months, your answer is likely to be different. Web series have evolved to the point where they are no longer just looked at a ...

    September 4, 2012

  • Post Script: A conversation with Avid CEO Gary Greenfield
    Post Script: A conversation with Avid CEO Gary Greenfield

    Just prior to IBC, I had a chance to speak with Avid CEO Gary Greenfield, who has picked up some added responsibilities following the departure of COO Kirk Arnold in July, and the divestiture of the c ...

    September 4, 2012

  • Review: NewBlueFX's Titler Pro
    Review: NewBlueFX's Titler Pro

    One of the perennial complaints you’ll hear from Avid users concerns the Title Tool in Media Composer. While great for basic slating and lower thirds, as well as crawls and scrolls, it’s basically unc ...

    September 4, 2012

  • Women In Post: Jenny Fulle
    Women In Post: Jenny Fulle

    CULVER CITY — Welcome to the first of what we hope is going to be an on-going series — Woman in Post. Our first interview subject is VFX producer Jenny Fulle, founder of Culver City, CA’s The Creative ...

    September 4, 2012


  • Camera Roundtable
    Camera Roundtable

    Post quizzed six manufacturers about how to make cameras that help facilitate the post production workflow. The powerhouse roundtable discussed the production-post link, the transcoding process, hardw ...

    September 21, 2012

  • Student To Pro
    Student To Pro

    Finding your first job can be a humbling experience, particularly for those who have grand ideas of creating video, film and animated projects upon graduation. The right schooling is important, but at ...

    September 5, 2012

  • Web Series
    Web Series

    Preparing for this feature article led me to follow the term “Web Series” on TweetDeck. My “extensive” research process led me to this one thought: “Holy crap, there are a lot of Web shows.”

    September 11, 2012

Web Exclusives

  • Cloud-based Storage
    Cloud-based Storage

    A Promising Solution for the 4K Transition.

    September 20, 2012

  • Going Pro: One student's early success
    Going Pro: One student's early success

    For Heather Burky, the transition from student to pro came quickly. Within a few months of graduating The Art Institute of Jacksonville’s Digital Film & Video program, Burky’s capstone film projec ...

    September 5, 2012

  • Working It: How this grad landed her first gig
    Working It: How this grad landed her first gig

    Amy Rosenberg graduated from Indiana University in May, and through her own legwork, networking and maximizing of opportunities, has scored her first position as an editor’s assistant at Hooligan (www ...

    September 11, 2012