Linkage: November 2011

Avid Media Composer 6 is launching in the next few days. Check out an early review. And the Avid webcast announcing MC6 is available online.

Freddylinks is still the best place ever for all Avid info.

We should all think about doing work we can be proud of.

If the future there might be No more jump cuts? Or use the Avid technique today.

Hurry to get your free DaVinci Lite training before it’s gone.

So is the 35mm depth of field adapter dead?

Loiloscope is in version 2 of an alternative video editor but it’s for PC only. Of we can let some website do a lot of the work for us to create a “video slideshow.”

If you missed this timeline comparison I did between FCP and Premiere Pro then check it out.

AJA has new Kona drivers out.

TUAW pointed out the Blackmagic Disk Speed Test app.

I was honored to be on this list of 10 video editing and post twitter users.

It’s fun to read about other’s experience in the 48 hour film project.

Here’s a Kubrick interview from 1966.

Links from Twitter:

DaufCam: A great example of crop factors by Phil

clipwrap ClipWrap 2.4.4 – now with metadata parsing, better avid DNxHD support, and much more

Digistorians Media 100 keeps on trucking, Read this v.2 review, by Michael Hanish

MediaComposer @howardberry When MC 6 becomes available later this month, take advantage of your complimentary student upgrade

dvice ‘The Matrix’ bullet-time comes to pro surfing: whoa

olacolorist: Took a break to show you very quickly how I do multicam editing in FCP7 using an iPad.…

zacuto All three episodes of the Great Camera Shootout 2011 are now available for download on Vimeo:!

kev_mon Batch Renaming Clips for Adobe Premiere Pro in Adobe

wienotfilms How can someone not want a #GoPro after watching this? The #editing job on it was masterful, btw!

CriterionCorner this article on THE TREE OF LIFE’S editing process is the best thing you’ll read or re-read all day:

jessicaebelhar all of my pix from the horrific #indycar crash in #vegasthat took dan wheldon’s life:

BitesBlog The Chick-fil-A Conundrum: How to Reconcile Tasty Chicken with Distasteful Politics