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An Interview with David Colantuoni, Senior Director of Product Management at Avid : Episode 73

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Josh and special guest David Colantuoni, Senior Director of Product Management at Avid, discuss the upcoming release of Media Composer | First, this year's Avid Connect Conference and what's new and on the horizon for Media Composer.

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An Interview with Niel Guilarte : Episode 72

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In this episode we grab some face time with fellow editor and podcaster Niel Guilarte. He runs the All Things Post podcast, featuring awesome interviews with the post-production elite. As well he has directed/edited The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary that is coming out very soon.

Keep posted (ugh...please forgive me, I didn't realize what I was typing until I read that back in my head) to The Messengers FB Page for more info on how to get your copy. Or head over to the Indiegogo page and contribute to get your copy when they're ready.

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Tips for Cutting Short : Episode 71

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Command Edit Podcast Episode 71 Tips for Cutting Short Commercial

Working on a 5-minute short? A 2-minute trailer? A 15-second commercial spot?

We've got ways you can use to approach that short cut in this episode. Even as short as this episode post!

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Networking Essentials for Video Editors with Rhonda Thain

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Command Edit Episode 70 Networking for Video Editors with Rhonda Thain

Josh and special guest Rhonda discuss networking essentials for video editors. They talk about how to make contacts, what kind of contacts to make, how to keep relationships going, how to ask for work, what not to do when you’re networking and so much more.

Also, Josh gives a special announcement :)

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Movies for Every Video Editor : Episode 69

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Command Edit Podcast Episode 69 Movies for every film video editor to study and learn from

Last week we gave you some book suggestions to further improve your editing skills. But we know you are mostly visual learners so this week we'll give you some suggestions for movies that you should study, analyze and learn from.

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Music track used in this episode: The West Lands, Matt Wigton

Unique Storytelling:

  • Memento
  • Pulp Fiction

Fast-Paced Sequences:

  • Whiplash
  • Snatch
  • Fury Road
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • City of God

Poor Examples of Fast-Paced Cutting:

  • Underworld: Blood Wars
  • Taken 3

Slow-Paced Sequences (the Slow Burn effect):

  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Once Upon a Time in the West
  • The Godfather Part II

Strange/Traumatic Sequences:

  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Requiem for a Dream
  • Pi

How to Edit Conversations/Dialogue:

  • Jaws
  • The Social Network

Our listeners suggested:

  • Paterson - Denis Velinsky
  • Side-by-Side - Patrick Boyd and Mark Kipling
  • Requiem for a Dream - Justin Richardson
  • Raging Bull, Lawrence of Arabia, Life and Death of Colonel Blimp - Liam Cairns
  • JFK - Rhonda Thain
  • Fight Club, The Innkeepers, Silent Hill - Vandrei Jaques

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Books for Every Video Editor : Episode 68

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Command Edit Podcast Episode 68 Book suggestions for every film editor

In this episode we'll give you some suggestions for books that every editor should read (at least once) in his/her lifetime that will push you a little further in the edit bay.

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Music track used in this episode: A New Day 2, Marshall Smith

Did you catch the Oscars? Did you cheer for Moonlight or cry over La La Land by the end? While we missed many of the noms this year, we go over some of the big wins from below the line.

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