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Prepare a Better Video Post Workflow

A good edit process depends on the prework one does for their video post workflow. I’ve worked with a lot of producers and editors who have ignored crucial first steps to prepare an video for edit. Not gonna lie. It sucks (if you know who you are, I apologize for calling you out, Partner). When the prework is skipped, it always results in missing assets when the project is transferred to another editor, the inability…

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COVID19 Changed Video Production

I think this goes without say, but COVID19 changed video production forever. Certainly a lot happened. Good people I know in LA lost their jobs in post-production because of the lockdowns. And I know a lot of people who’s workload blew up. Go figure. In all the craziness, there was definitely one good thing that came out of it all: The upheaval forced producers around the world to take a hard look at the traditional…

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Storytelling as Curation

I’m reading a fascinating book called “Curation: The Power of Selection in a World of Excess,” by Michael Bhaskar. In it, the author argues that as our world has become increasingly filled with more and more content, the more we need filters to tell us what’s important. As a result, we rely on people and algorithms to organize it all. Editing content and shaping stories is exactly the same. It’s said there’s three processes to…

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So what is an extraordinary story?

Here at Renegade Digital Post, we talk a lot about telling extraordinary stories. But what separates a story from an extraordinary story? And why does telling an extraordinary story matter? Stories are used everywhere in our world. They’re used to tell us information about the news, products, services, people, sports, you name it. Everytime we hear or see a story, we take in information, internalize it, think about it, and then share it with other…

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