Adobe has really been impressing me lately with their new design language and quickly-released software iterations. Specifically, I’m referring to Premiere Rush CC and how accessible and delightful it is.
Well, I'm all up in your iTunes Store now. I've just released my first video podcast series and I'm really looking forward to seeing how it goes. It's called The Primary Storyline and focuses mainly (for now) on tips and workflows for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor, though I'm absolutely open to covering other post-production software should the need arise. If this is your bag, please check it out and if you like it, give a good rating on iTunes so that other people will be able to find it. Thanks and enjoy!
Pretty great idea here, especially for the extreme sports crowd. Being able to offload cards and edit over a Wifi connection seems like a no-brainer. A lot of people might lift their nose at the idea of editing their stuff on a mobile device, but I can say that when I first used the iOS version of iMovie it was a revelation for me. There's something to be said for an Incredible amount of power in such a tiny package.
As a video editor, occasional graphic artist, and hoarder of all manner of digital files I feel like I can never have enough space and, more importantly, enough disk performance. The faster your disk array, the more concurrent video streams you can play, the smoother playback of high resolution or high framerate videos will be, etc. It's with all this in mind that I can confidently declare the ExaSAN A08S3-PS one of the best RAID arrays I've ever used, but at a cost.