Your media is important. It takes work, effort, and time to capture the right content. So why take chances when copying your media? The data on the card can become corrupt during the copy. Look for software that will create and verify checksums of your media during the copy. Some examples are YoYattaID, Silverstack, ShotPut Pro, and Hedge (our personal favorite).
Turnovers to color and sound are essential for medium and high-end video productions. Learn how to make clean turnovers from Final Cut Pro X to Davinci Resolve and Pro Tools using simple techniques. Simplify your FCPX timeline, export FCPXML, and make AAFs using X2Pro. Learn how to finalized Auditions, break apart Compound Clips, create QuickTime references, and ensure proper audio patching in Final Cut Pro X. Also discover the simple but powerful tools inside X2Pro.
DaVinci Resolve Studio 14 includes numerous tools for collaborative editing. Mary Plummer from Blackmagic Design walks us through the basics of collaborative editing in Resolve. You'll learn how to set up collaboration and work with teams of Editors, Colorists, & Audio Mixers.
You'll learn how to Enable Collaboration for a project, take advantage of Bin Locking, Timeline Locking and Clip Locking, communicate with collaboration chat, and update timelines with the Timeline Comparison Tool.
Matthew Celia and the team at Light Sail VR needed the largest amount of storage they'd ever used for their project "Speak of the Devil". They shot with the Google Jump system with 16 GoPros. The result was a 6K equirectangular image per eye.