16th Annual Pre-NAB Discussion Panel
March 22, 2019 - PART 2
The 16th Annual Editors' Lounge Pre-NAB Discussion Panel was held on Friday March 22nd at Key Code Media in Burbank. The evening was moderated by journalist Debra Kaufman and featured:
Discussion covered a wide range of editing 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 Greg Huson and Rand Vossler for production support. Here are the topics discussed (including Q&A):
00:05:01 - Thoughts about VR and AR?
08:17:09 - Can the editor tell the production company what NLE to use?
10:13:00 - Should our software be updating by itself all the time?
15:51:08 - Where do we find content creation money?
23:00:21 - Using AI tools to "fake" dialog and images.
25:06:23 - for editing, will it replace editors?
29:11:19 - Is Adobe the leader in AI editing tools?
30:43:06 - What does an editor want from AI tools?
35:44:08 - What will be the big "wow" products shown at NAB?
36:41:00 - ATSC 3.0... does it matter to editors?
37:47:14 - How close are we to post production in the cloud?
38:50:14 - HDR, 4K and 8K. Is it worth it?
39:46:10 - The pavilions at NAB are the most interesting.
40:19:17 - ATSC 3.0 and video over IP, when is it going to land?
42:21:13 - 3D is dead... again.
43:21:13 - HDR reference monitors, where are we at, and who can afford them?
47:01:11 - Is Instagram the new place for video?
48:09:23 - Can we still make money in our industry?
52:27:19 - How Netflix is dubbing foreign shows.
53:33:05 - Will NAB ever be the place for big product reveals again?
54:08:01 - The state of "review and approval" solutions
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