EditFest NY 2009 "Small Screen, Big Picture" - Kate Sanford


Editor Kate Sanford, A.C.E. discusses the benefits of working with a good director, as seen in "The Wire." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by John Schlirf.

EditFest NY 2009 "The Art of Cutting Comedy" - Michael Berenbaum


Editor Michael Berenbaum, A.C.E. discusses the challenge of having too much coverage for a scene using an example from "Sex and the City." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.

"Sprung Spring" - Video Shot on the iPad3 (new iPad) with the Padcaster


Video test shot with an iPad3/new iPad and "The Padcaster", a prototype video rig built for iPads, tablets and phones.

Shot and Cut on the iPad3 (with some help from FCP7 & X)
A short padumentary by Josh Apter & Peter Olsen

www.peteandjoshmakemovies.com
learn how to shoot, cut and distribute using an iPad at

Manhattan Edit Workshop
www.mewshop.com

music by Van Davis
www.vandavis.com

Padcaster prototype #4
Cinevate 35mm adapter
Carl Zeiss 85mm f1.4
Sennheiser MKH-60
Manfrotto 561BHDV-1
iMovie for iPad
Final Cut Pro 7
FCPX
Filmic Pro
iPad 3 (the new iPad)

"Conan" Editors Test Premiere Pro CS6- Video


#JOHNADOBE from Rob Ashe on Vimeo.

And now, a sneak peek.

My friends and I have been testing out the next version of Adobe Premiere Pro on our own for the past few months. Since our video about FCPX was so well received, We thought we would do one ourselves about Premiere. Here's a sneak peek at the new interface in the upcoming version of Premiere Pro. Let me know what you think and please spread the word. 

EditFest 2009 "The Art of Cutting Comedy" - Troy Takaki


Editor Troy Takaki discusses the advantages of having funny material to begin with as seen in "Hitch." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.

EditFest NY 2009 "The Art of Cutting Comedy" - Stephen Rotter


Editor Stephen Rotter discusses the advantage of having all of the ingredients come together while editing "Enchanted." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.

EditFest NY 2009 "The Art of Cutting Comedy" - Jeff Wolf


Editor Jeff Wolf, A.C.E. discusses the rhythm of comedy as seen in the film "Beautiful Girls." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.

EditFest NY 2009 "The Art of Cutting Comedy" - Anne McCabe


Editor Anne McCabe, A.C.E. discusses the importance of who the shot is played on when editing comedy using examples from "Adventureland." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.

Accelerate your RED workflow with CS5.5!

Recently, Adobe and RED presented an hour-long online seminar about using Adobe software with RED Digital Cinema cameras. Representing RED was Ted Schilowitz ("Leader of the Rebellion"), and representing Adobe was Wes Howell, software quality engineer.

Check it out at: http://blogs.adobe.com/premiereprotraining/2012/03/accelerate-your-red-workflow-with-premiere-pro-seminar-recording-and-notes.html

Jay Rabinowitz on Editing "Rampart" - Part II - Video


Acclaimed editor Jay Rabinowitz talks about a scene from the film "Rampart" at ProductionCONN 2011, as part of the "Inside the Cutting Room with Bobbie O'Steen" series. Produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop. Edited by Daniel Jamieson. For more information on ProductionCONN go to productionconn.com.

MEW Tech Talk - Shared Storage and Media Workflow Platforms, What is Right for Your Facility - March 28th!



Manhattan Edit Workshop's (MEWShop) next Tech Talk Evening: 'Shared Storage and Media Workflow Platforms - What is Right for Your Post Facility' will be held on:

Wednesday, March 28, 2012
80 5th Ave at 14th Street (Union Square)
Doors open at 6:00pm
Presentation starts at 6:30pm, concludes at 7:45pm
Cocktail Reception From 7:45pm until 9:00pm


MEWShop's Tech Talks are open to anyone and are free to attend, however registration is required as seating is limited. To register, please visit:  http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3119772323

About MEWShop Tech Talk: Shared Storage and Media Workflow Platforms - What is Right for Your Post Facility

Without the proper infrastructure, the insane volume of content generated from commercials, documentaries, episodics, reality shows, and more can bring your post facility to its knees. Hear from Manhattan-based pros Nathan Rausch of Pilot NYC and Jonathan Lasker of PS 260 - who have designed collaborative infrastructures that enable their facilities to better manage media and clients, and help grow their respective businesses.

Attendees will learn:
  • What is available on the market for solutions
  • When is the right time to implement a media workflow platform
  • The right questions to ask when investigating platforms
  • Budget, budget, budget
  • Expected benefits for owners, supervisors, editors, account managers and technical managers
  • The bottom line return on investment
Who should attend:
  • Facility owners, supervisors, editors and technical staff

About Nathan Rausch - Pilot NYC

Nate has a strong background in sound design & music composition, specializing in media systems integration, workflow consultation and product demos. He has 14 years of experience consulting and supporting media workgroups at major television networks, post-houses, production companies and major ad agencies all over New York, New Jersey, Florida and Mexico.

About Jonathan Lasker - PS 260
In addition to his credits as Post Supervisor for several independent projects, Jonathan has designed many collaborative workflow infrastructures for agencies and studios. Currently, he oversees the high-impact editorial workflow at PS260.  

Thanks to Our March Tech Talk Sponsor EditShare
EditShare is sponsoring the March Tech Talk event and will be donating one of their popular platforms for the evening's festivities. For those of you who do not know EditShare, they are one of the technology leaders in networked shared storage and tapeless, end-to-end workflow solutions for the TV and film industry. They have products for video capture and playout, high-performance central shared storage, archiving and backup software, media asset management, and a 3-platform editing application.

Jay Rabinowitz on Editing "Rampart" - Part I - Video


Acclaimed editor Jay Rabinowitz talks about a scene from the film "Rampart" at ProductionCONN 2011, as part of the "Inside the Cutting Room with Bobbie O'Steen" series. Produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop. Edited by Daniel Jamieson. For more information on ProductionCONN go to productionconn.com.

Manhattan Edit Workshop Six Week Workshop Student Profile: Jamie Unruh


Former Mewshop Six-Week student Jamie Unruh talks about her decision to take and her experiences with Mewshop's Six Week Intensive Program. She talks about her work after the class at ITV, Lion Television, emmys.com and her current work editingher first feature documentary with director E.J. Vaughn. Edited by David Katz.

EditFest NY 2009 "Small Screen, Big Picture" - Ken Eluto


Editor Ken Eluto, A.C.E. talks about establishing relationships with directors using examples from "30 Rock," "Oz," and "Homicide." For more information on Editfest NY please go to editfestny.com. This video was produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop and edited by Daniel Jamieson.