In this episode Chris Fenwick, planetMitch, and Carl Olson attempt to answer our listeners' questions:
1) What are best practices for ingesting card data to avoid data corruption?
2) How does Chris Fenwick approach color calibration?
3) When Chris Fenwick does color correction, what scopes does he use and why?
4) Is a broadcast monitor necessary?
5) Can you copy and use the .mov files that are created in FCP X's event library (the ones with the (ID) in the file name)?
6) Is everyone shooting video grumpy old men? Where are the young people at video trade shows?
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