Matt Stratton turned me on to Clicky Stats awhile ago, and through Clicky, I’m able to see what web searches come up with my blog as a result. I also see when these searches lead them to my blog – but then they leave because they didn’t find the answer. I thought since the search […]
Last week on my POST Magazine blog, I briefly discussed Encoding in Post: The Four Hot Spots. I figured, “Why not elaborate on one of those areas?” Thus far, I’ve discussed the concept of Pre-encoding, and various facets of the final encode. Let’s talk about the most vital and often overlooked area: During Editorial. Of […]
Last week, we covered the concept of Conditional Encoding (KCM: Kammes Compression Methodology, still looking for investors) and you may have noticed that I put an odd node on the graphic workflow. The LOGIN. Why? Because the next phase of this workflow is going to piggyback on not only the Internet, but on your LAN […]
The post industry lives and dies around the concept of deliverables. What specifications have to met to appease the viewer, server, or engineer on the other end. Many times, just getting the deliverable out is a chore in itself. The last encoding format sheet I read from a leading encoding manufacturer had 5 pages of […]
Creating a "Money Room" - a room in your facility guaranteed for an immediate R.O.I. - utilizing simple encoding theories and practices.
Exhaustive test of several Mac encoding solutions of RED Footage to ProRes 422 HQ and Avid DNxHD 36 & DNxHD220.