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PART 1

15th Annual Pre-NAB Discussion Panel
March 23, 2018 - PART 2

The 15th Annual Editors' Lounge Pre-NAB Discussion Panel was held on Friday March 23rd at Key Code Media in Burbank. The evening was moderated by Artisans PR Managing Director Linda Rosner and featured:

Terence Curren, colorist and founder of AlphaDogs
Kathryn Himoff
, feature editor
Michael Kammes
, Director of Technology - Key Code Media and host of 5THINGS
Mark Raudonis
, SVP of Post at Bunim/Murray Productions

Discussion covered a wide range of business and technical topics pertaining to post production. Thank you to the staff at Key Code Media and AlphaDogs for running the event, and special thanks to Secret Headquarters for production support. Here are the questions that were discussed:

00:19 - Experience of being a female editor
03:46 - VR and AI
10:54 - What's Avid's future?
14:39 - How to manage compatibility of mixed versions of Adobe software?
20:42 - Non-linear vs. linear editing: revisualization techniques?
24:24 - Using virtualization to help solve software versioning compatibilities
25:24 - What happens if advertising goes away, who pays?
27:14 - what strategies should post be looking at, and how to address shrinking margins?
28:52 - Using TeamViewer to work remotely?
32:34 - US broadband slower than other developed nations, harming remote editing?
34:29 - How does an editor get an agent?
37:58 - Judging director from quality of dailies footage
40:12 - Wrap-up

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