Infamous: Second Son - A PS4 Web Spot

I shot/colored this very low budget web spot for the upcoming game Infamous: Second Son for the Sony PS4. The spot was directed by Sean Brown and produced by Stephen Oakey. Dan Marerro was camera operator/Weisscam Technician.

Despite the very tiny budget and quick turn around time, Stephen m...

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AVCHD MTS and Resolve

If you've ever worked with AVCHD and Resolve, you've almost certainly found that the two do not get along. Resolve cannot (will not) read AVCHD in its native mts wrapper. This can complicate the color process in post. To get around the issue you can rerender to a more compatible codec (ProRes or DNx...

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Q.U.E.E.N. Wins VMA

Congratulations to Janelle Monae, Erykah Badu, the entire Wondaland team, director Alan Ferguson, and especially Art Director Veronica Logsdon. Not acknowledge in the official awards, but I would like to point out how much work Andrew Donoho and myself did in cleaning up the visuals art department c...

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An Easier Way to Encode ProRes on Windows

Previously I wrote on how to manually encode ProRes on Windows. The process I detailed, while effective, can be cumbersome and intimidating, especially to those with little knowledge of command line operations within Windows.

In the article, I also mentioned Cinec which does the process automa...

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Encoding ProRes Manually on Windows

EDIT: See this updated article for an easier way to encode ProRes on Windows.

Apple's ProRes codec is a popular delivery format that many clients request. Until very recently, it was impossible to encode to ProRes in Windows which meant buying a Mac or trying to convince a client to accept a d...

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