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A disturbance in the force is felt from the remotest regions of our galaxy as news reaches the Digital Convergence Podcast team that Darth Lucas has sold Lucasfilm to Disney for $4 billion. Alas, Jar Jar Binks and Goofy will now both appear together in Disney World’s Main Street Electrical Parade – not to mention that Disney gets a new Princess. Where are Hans Solo and Indiana Jones when you need them? Oh, that’s right… they’ve been encased in carbonite by Emperor Iger of the Disney Empire. Obi Wan!

In today’s episode, Gabe Cheifetz of CrumplePop joins me (Carl Olson), Chris Fenwick and planetMitch. We talk about media management in FCP X, plugins for FCP X, the planet5D Short Film Challenge Winner, the new Sony 4K cameras, and the lessons learned from Stillmotion’s KNOW event.


Our friends at CrumplePop are now offering a 20% off discount of all their amazing products to all our listeners. To take advantage of CrumplePop’s generous offer simply use the coupon code DCP20 when you place your order on their website: CrumplePop.com.

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Get Your Audio Bits Here:

Download (iTunes AAC): Digital Convergence Episode 97 – iTunes/M4A/AAC

Download (MP3 version): Digital Convergence Episode 97 – MP3

Subscribe in iTunes here: The Digital Convergence Podcast

Podcast Links:

Carl Olson @dfilmtv

Chris Fenwick @chrisfenwick | chrisfenwick.com/

Mitch Aunger @planetMitch | blog.planet5d.com/

Gabe Cheifetz @CrumplePop | crumplepop.com

Cool Links From the Today’s Show

Edelkrone rig + follow focus:

planet5D Short Film Challenge Winner: Michael

Felipe Opazo - Nea Agostini – Stay The Same

(cover photo credit: snap from the Digital Convergence Podcast)



planetMitch

chief astronomer at planet5D LLC
Mitch "planetMitch" Aunger is the creator and mastermind behind planet5D.com

He's incredibly happy running planet5D and sharing so much joy of photography and filmmaking with his readers.