Out of Vision

My friend Phil Ashby has long experience in the world of video production, both inside the BBC and independently. So it was with pleasure that I discovered his podcast Out of Vision. This targets quite a specific niche: it’s intended chiefly for those who make a living around Final Cut Pro, which is quite a lot of the video-production world now. (I hover humbly in the outskirts, being an enthusiastic user of Final Cut Express).

Anyway, Out of Vision is very nicely produced, with Phil interviewing a range of experts in the field about how recent changes in this world affect their real lives. If you know what an EDL is, or are considering the pros and cons of switching to a tapeless workflow, this is definitely for you.

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