Safe zones and other limits by Anthony Atkielski 1 month ago In this day and age, is it really relevant to worry about safe zones on the screen or avoid using the first or last of 256 levels for pixels Since the demise of CRTs, I haven't sen any flat-panel disp
Talking heads with zillions of cuts by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago Why are there so many videos around these days that show a person talking to the camera with cuts every second or so I thought it was bad to cut to an identical shot. The cuts are often between senten
What did I do wrong in this sequence? by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago In a video I made I have a short sequence of about 30 seconds that is especially bothering me, which you can see here (it starts at 13:12): The sequence shows some traffic starting and stopping at a t
What excactly is an act? by Jon Fidler 8 years ago Hey I have never really gone into this question properly and it still confuses me to this day. Ive been working for a while as an editor on a number of unpaid projects and want to go into producing an
Re: What excactly is an act? by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago Reading this reminds me of Quinn Martin Productions, which always seemed to have titles saying "Act II," "Act III," and so on after each commercial break in a series episode. I always wondered if that
Bad sound at the Oscars? by Anthony Atkielski 8 years ago I've heard a lot of people saying that the sound for the Oscars broadcast this year was terrible. I don't watch the Oscars myself, but I'm curious as to whether any audio pros out there saw the broadc
Re: Bad sound at the Oscars? by Jean-Christophe Boulay 8 years ago At least it made for some funny stuff on Twitter: http: www.wired.com underwire 2012 02 oscars-audio-guy https: twitter.com #! OscarsAudioGuy JC Boulay Technical Director Audio Z Montreal, Canada www.