The present and future of post production business and technology

Where are those interview videos?

I’m so pleased you asked 🙂

The Ken Stone Sessions: Recorded at Ken Stone’s Studio in January 2009, these two interviews feature founding members of the LAFCPUG talk about what the digital video scene was like at the time. We relive the excitement of what can be described as a technological and creative revolution, and give insight into where we’ve been and where we’re going. As well as myself, the interviews feature Andrew Balis, Michael Horton, Ken Stone. Produced by Rick Young.

The Ken Stone Sessions Part 1

The Ken Stone Sessions Part 2

Sync-N-Link for Final Cut Pro demonstrated at the Editor’s Lounge Jan 30, 2009

Online Video: Codecs, Encoding and Compression for Debra Kaufman’s summary of my Codecs, Compression and Encoding presentation for the Digital Cinema Society, Feb 7, 2009. The video is available for Digital Cinema Society members.

The  original presentation of The Assistant Editor: taking the work out of editing (which became First Cuts upon release) at the NAB 2008 Supermeet. 

There is another interview with me by Rick Young from NAB 2009 where I talk about the philosophy of Assisted Editing and my history, called Philip Hodgetts: Digital Video Pioneer.