Where are those interview videos?

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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.

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