AVID has released their white paper entitled AVID (Media Composer) Workflows for Digital Cinema Cameras. FilmTVsound.com considers this to be a "must read" document for every picture & sound editor. So as a courtesy to the post production community, we are reprinting AVID's emailed announcement and including the link to their (free) download of their document. Many thanks to the engineers at AVID for putting this white paper together and sharing it with everyone!
David J. Bondelevitch, MPSE, CAS recently shared with members of the UFVA a copy of his lecture notes and instructional files that he used during his lecture. These files are for sharing with fellow faculty members and students. We appreciate Professor Bondelevitch's generosity ever so much!
Somewhere in between YouTube and 35mm theatrical film projection exists the new crossover known as digital projection/distribution. The high cost of producing 35mm film prints has been slashed by the wide acceptance and utilization of DCP hard drives and thumb drives for mainstream theatrical distribution, festival submission, large venue screenings, and transcoding down to DVD and smaller digital outlets.