Episode 15 of “OUR HOUSE” was shot and edited for The Coastal Confidence on Instagram.
So you have backed up your footage and you are now ready to edit. If you have the computer to handle it and you know you will be the sole editor from start to finish on the project, then, great, proxies are probably not necessary. But, if your computer struggles at the sight of compute-intensive H.264 files, especially 4K or higher ones, or if you have even the inkling that the edit might be sent to someone else for coloring, audio, final touches, whatever, then proxies are a very good idea.… TL;DR creating proxies from your footage
You finished your video shoot. You have your cards or drives or whatever you recorded with in hand. Now what?… TL;DR backing up your footage
Episodes 13 and 14 of “OUR HOUSE” were shot and edited for The Coastal Confidence on Instagram.
“The BetaLoop” is a short film made with Connecticut Filmworks for the 2018 New Haven 48 Hour Film Project. We had 48 hours to write, film, and edit the whole project. I did the editing during the competition and also after for the “director’s cut.”
In the end, we won runner-up best picture, the audience award for group A, best sound design, and best special effects.
Each year, the National LGBTQ Task Force hosts the Creating Change Conference, a gathering dedicated to promoting the rights of the LGBTQ community. This project is the feature recap and promotional video of the 2019 Creating Change Conference in Detroit, Michigan. It is hosted by Yuval David.
The default ingest settings inside the Adobe Premiere Pro Ingest Settings tab are not very good, especially on a PC where Pro Res is not an option. To fix this, I created two presets within Adobe Media Encoder that convert footage, either 23.976 fps or 59.94 fps, down to 1080p DNX LB proxies at a target bitrate of 36 Mb/s.