We talk with Mark Spencer and Steve Cohen. Mark is one of the trainers (and a co-founder) of Ripple Training. Steve Cohen is an editor and the author of Avid Agility.
We apologize for some of the audio in this episode. Steve's refrigerator was a little intense and we had to do some serious audio work on the show.
Check out The Mac Pro Challenge for details about fun, prizes and information about free food in LA during EditFest.
Everybody's a Winner (in their own way)
Write a review of the show in iTunes and you could win a That Post Show t-shirt, Adobe Production Premium, CrumplePop or other awesome software.
Alternate Show Titles
- Big Giant Frames
- The hardware show!
- Noise bankruptcy
- I Feel Like a Drobo
This episode of That Post Show was edited by the talented Ryan Jacobi. You wouldn't even believe how much background noise there was in Steve Cohen's audio track before Ryan fixed it. Great work!
We are sponsored by Harvest. Painless time tracking, billing and invoicing software, available at GetHarvest.com. Enter the code SCRUFFY at checkout for 50% off your first month, after a 30 day free trial.
That Post Show is also sponsored by Adobe Production Premium.
We are also sponsored by Film Tees -- Live the film life, and show off your passion with Film Tees. For 20% off anything in the store, use the code POSTSHOW at checkout.
Kanen is the troublemaker behind Scruffy Thinking. He writes a blog, writes code and generates words and pictures, sometimes together. You can follow him on twitter or check out his company at Scruffy.TV.
Mark Spencer is a bay-area based producer, editor, teacher and writer. He runs a website dedicated to Motion users. Mark is also an Apple-certified instructor for Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5 and the author or co-author of 5 books on Motion, including the Apple Pro Training Series Motion 5, all from Peachpit Press.
Emmy and Eddie Award winning editor and non-linear editing pioneer, he was the first person to use an Avid on a studio feature film, the first chairman of the editing department at the American Film Institute and the first publisher of the Editors Guild Magazine. He is the author of two books on Media Composer, including Avid Agility. He blogs at Splice Now.
Music and Lyrics
Information about the music and lyrics for the shows, available at Scruffy Thinking: lyrics.
The Amazing Western Digital Thunderbolt Drive is hard to beat. It's fast and affordable (for Thunderbolt).
fxPHD has great training -- seriously.
The Life in a Day documentary is on Youtube, apparently.