Final Cut Radio talks to editors and filmmakers about their craft and also software for better workflow.
The Latest Episode of Final Cut Radio
The latest episode is FCPRadio 068, featuring Nuno Bernardo, about his new film Gabriel. He discusses working with his large crew and using apps like “Movie Slate, Hedge, Tentacle Sync, DaVinci Resolve, proxy workflow, Raids versus drives for media storage, and much more.”
Cirina Catania on Final Cut Radio
In a previous episode, they spoke with my friend Cirina Catania. The description of the show:
In this episode, we talk with Cirina Catania, writer, producer, director and Final Cut Pro user and advocate. We chat about her latest project, a documentary about a wounded war veteran, Kionte, who refuses to give up. We also talk about how to archive media, a bit about Avid in Hollywood, the many over 130 films she’s been involved with, the long recovery from a major hack on her master video RAID, Rocky 4, Nat Geo, National Archives, James Brown, copyright, music rights and lots more.
Cirina Interviews Jean-Marie Marbach
On a side note, , in 2017, Cirina interviewed Jean-Marie Marbach, a French Director and VFX Supervisor. He talks about his music video for MODULAR’s “Fiebre en la Disco” and how he incorporated Trapcode MIR into the project.
Resolve brings Advanced New Tools for color correction and professional audio and video post-production, together in one application
DaVinci Resolve 15 is the world’s first solution that combines professional offline and online editing, color correction, audio post-production and now visual effects all in one software tool! The tool of Hollywood’s elite colorists is available for everyone – Resolve has been used on more feature films and TV shows than any other color correction/grading tool allowing you to create images that are simply impossible with anything else.