Mark Verkerk and the team at EMS Films recently made their 3rd feature-length nature documentary. They had to edit over 15,000 hours of 4K+ resolution footage into a 85 minute documentary. Working with a variety of cameras and codecs, this was no easy task.
Mark and his team used the thumbnail view in Final Cut Pro X to help them search through hours of footage from motion sensor & remote cameras. To get through all 15,000 hours of footage, the team needed to share the workload. To do this, they employed a LumaForge Jellyfish Tower as their collaborative storage for Final Cut Pro X.