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Experts Share Tips Elevate Your Remote Video Production Workflow

Elevating Your Remote Video Production Workflow

In today’s increasingly on-demand and remote world, video editors need to be equipped with the tools of the trade that can empower them to succeed in any scenario – and any work environment. cineXtools from Cinedeck offers a variety of efficiency-boosting and time-saving features designed with a singular goal in mind. It’s all about elevating…

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CineCast: How Strong Setups Can Enhance Remote Workflows in the Film Industry

Mike Nuget has always been ready to work from home. As a freelance colorist, Nuget often goes to post-production houses to work, but he’s also had a home setup for years with the software he needs to do his job and work with producers and directors all over the globe. With the COVID-19 pandemic…

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Advice for the Long Journey to Assistant Editor

Noah Chamow and Conor Burke share the twists and turns of their post-production careers in this final episode in a three-part series on careers in post-production for CineCast, powered by Cinedeck. Host Shelby Skrhak sat down with the two founders of Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp, an informal education program that teaches the ins and outs of…

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp Picks Up Where Film School Leaves Off

Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp, a post-production training and education program for industry novices, was born as a way to combat the incredible Catch 22 that green candidates face in getting their first job. For the two founders Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, the struggle was all too real. In this second in a three-part series…

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: How the Founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp Are Changing the Industry One Class at a Time

Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp, attended some of the best film schools in California, and yet their best learning experience was creating their own. On this first in a three part series on careers in post production for CineCast, powered by Cinedeck, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Chamow…

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Advice for Young Software Companies

Taking Cinedeck from the hardware world to the software world impacted leaders’ outlook on the company business model and shaped the company in an unexpected way, COO Jane Sung [contributor page] said in this third of a three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “When we first launched the software, we launched with our same…

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: How a Brand New Startup Can Act Like an Established Company

Cinedeck COO Jane Sung says there were huge barriers when it came to entering the software technology market with cineXtools. “Especially when you’re bootstrapping that new product,” Sung said in this second of three-part discussion on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “Basically it felt like we were starting as a brand new startup.” Like a startup,…

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Breaking the Cycle and Inspiring Others
July 23, 2024

Nowadays, the traditional path to education is being questioned more than ever and there are numerous stories that provide a beacon of hope for those considering alternative routes. As the number of adults without a high school diploma reaches nearly 22 million in the United States, the importance of understanding and embracing non-traditional education…

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School Safety and Regulatory Compliance
Approaching Safety and Regulatory Compliance with Intent and Purpose
July 23, 2024

In this episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with special guest, Carrie Mockler, the Vice President of Operations at PublicSchoolWORKS, a Raptor Technologies company. PublicSchoolWORKS is a fully automated, all-in-one learning management system for online training for school staff and a comprehensive risk management program. Key Takeaways: •…

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The Power of Self-Compassion in Leadership and Cognitive Diversity Can Transform Workplaces
July 23, 2024

Mental health and a sense of belonging are critical issues in today’s workplaces. So much that it is essential to practice self-compassion and form a better understanding of cognitive diversity. Leaders today must navigate the complexities of fostering connection and reducing isolation among their teams. Recent studies indicate that 40 percent of employees feel…

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Knox Kronenberg
Passion, Nature, and Fine Art Photography with Knox Kronenberg
July 23, 2024

In the ever-evolving world of fine art photography, capturing the intersection of the old and the new is both a challenge and an art form in itself. Knox Kronenberg, a prominent photographer based in Austin, Texas, embodies this intersection through his work, which uniquely blends historical elements with modern contexts. As technology advances and…

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CineCast: How Cinedeck Transitioned From a Hardware to a Software Solutions Provider
November 15, 2019

From its inception, Cinedeck has worked tirelessly to bring innovative video recording and editing tools to the market, but that was no easy feat persuading the industry their solution was feasible. On this first of three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast, COO Jane Sung takes us behind the curtain to reveal the challenges they…

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CineCast: How Cinedeck CEO Beat an “It Can’t Be Done” Mentality and Changed the Editing Industry
September 9, 2019

Gone are the days of waiting long hours for media files to render thanks to insert-editing software, like cineX. On this three-part CineCast podcast, we have discussed the evolution of cineX with Cinedeck CEO himself, Charles D’Autremont. On our last and final episode with him, D’Autremont wrapped up the conversation with real stories from…

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CineCast: How Insert-Editing Overcame Industry Dubiety, Pushback and Apprehension
September 4, 2019

On this episode of CineCast by Cinedeck, we are joined once again by Charles D’Autremont, CEO of Cinedeck, to discuss the innovation of insert-editing software in the world of digital media. If you haven’t listened to part one, start there to learn about D’Autremont’s early career and how the idea of insert-editing came to…

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CineCast: How Insert-Editing Came to Be
August 29, 2019

Amateur and professional video editors alike know the slow and excruciating process of rendering a file; perhaps setting the file to export before bed only to find their hardware still churning next morning. This slow and painful process has been the norm in the film and broadcast industry since the beginning, that is until…

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CineCast: Finding the Perfect Workflow for Freelance Editing
August 15, 2019

Our three-part podcast concludes with Alex Parnell, president of Splitting Lanes Entertainment. Parnell’s work as a freelance colorist and online editor is ever-changing. No two workdays look alike. On this final episode, we explored his workflow, what software he relies on to keep his work running smoothly, and what changes he forecasts seeing in…

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CineCast: The Double-Edged Sword of Savvier Clients & Media Expectations
August 14, 2019

We welcomed back Alex Parnell, president of Splitting Lanes Entertainment, for episode two of our three-part series of CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast. On episode one, we got to know Parnell as a creative in the industry of media, film, and television, how he got into the field and what gets him excited for work…

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CineCast: Trials and Tribulations as a Freelance Colorist
August 13, 2019

Television is going through a(nother) Golden Age. With the influx of streaming companies to the entertainment sphere, there have never been more TV programs to watch than today. For colorists and online editors like Alex Parnell, this means ample work and incoming clients. Today marks the first episode of a three-part series in this…

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How One Freelance Video Editor Keeps His Tools Ahead of the Curve
June 28, 2019

The freelance video editing market has radically changed over the years, thanks in large part to emerging software. Avid Media Composer was released in 1994 and quickly became the industry standard come 1996, but various programs persist to this day. Brandon Balin’s knowledge of such software is unparalleled. As a freelance video, conform, and…

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Looking Through a Freelance Editor’s Software Toolkit
May 15, 2019

The typical two-hour movie that audiences enjoy across the world daily is the culmination of a year or multi-year process. Projects fit for the big screen or the flat screen take months to put together once filming starts, but by the time it hits the desk of freelance colorist and finishing editor Mike Nuget,…

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