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Introducing – Tools for Cinema Quality Assurance

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Cinema Test Tools for the non-Technical Manager – Post Installation Quality Assurance Has Begun

Cinema Test Tools is a free resource for the cinema industry, tuned most particularly for the non-technical manager. The tools include several DCPs, all with interesting means of testing the sound and picture quality for the interested by lightly trained staff. The lessons on sound and light are written to provide a foundation to communicate with the technician who must respond quickly and well to the information that they discover.

The key is a free Managers Walk Through Checklist that correlates with the many DCPs. It helps bring an understanding of the many nuances of the auditorium's situation in a straightforward way. 

Post Production is post and prior—a lot of work taking other people’s material from dozens of sources and fitting it all into some other group's needs. Very technical.

Final Cut Pro X-Apple Training Series

"Diana Weynand's chapter on retiming is worth the cost of this book alone. Excellent and clear instruction in the book provides the knowledge you need, as well as instruction dedicated to increasing the efficiency of your editing workflow."

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Apres IBC 2011

IBC was conferences for your editor, with only a few minutes on the floor. We were really only there for digital cinema oriented things, and since we were at the RAI just a few months previously at CineEurope, the conferences and the data available was all pushed together. 

There were two excellent presentations on the science of the eye to kick off the DCinema conferences, again excellently organized by David Monk and John Graham for the EDCF.

See Yasmin Hashmi's page for some interesting 3D info. 

See the Creative Cow wrap up, which has its usual good coverage.

See the following attachment, which was my presentation on the doings of the ISDCF in 2011 - actually a follow-up since the last report in 2010. 

Film Fading To Black: Creative Cow

A don't miss article in Creative Cow: Film Fading to Black, by Debra Kaufman

Film Fading to Black - Creative COW

FCPX for FCP7 Editors. Love, Apple

Part II of the FCP X story is finally being writen. All the, "Just iMovie in a box", "Apple is just playing in the Pro business" may be put on the shelf for the next "Better then Thou" moment.

Final Cut Pro X for Final Cut Pro 7 Editors White Paper September 2011

Apple starts to fine-cut Final Cut Pro X | Video | Macworld

Subcategories

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The technology of post production explained; from ingest, networks and storage, compression and conversion, audio and video processing, edge storage and transfer...place or read it here.

If a few bits disappear, the oil company has to take tons of equipment back to the source and measure the sub-terrain again. The same production and post...except you ain't gonna get Clark Gable back to the shoot again.

CGI, X'Y'Z' to P3, there are so many things going on. Here's the news.

You know, I kept seeing that 3D stuff, and seeing that 3D stuff, and never getting it. Then I saw the same clips with a great audio system, and what do you know...the pictures looked better. 

There is a right way to do this and a wrong. There is faster and there is more faster. There are security issues and return on investment issues. 

Ingest...it just isn't the same anymore.