I saw the movie Tangerine, which was shot on an iPhone, and I was hooked. They used an anamorphic adapter to squish the image so that, in post-production, you could stretch it to super-widescreen "scope" format. So I shot a test at Yellowstone (aka our backyard) with the Moondog labs anamorphic adapter, and the DJI iphone gimbel. Then the test was to see if we could edit all the way to DCP without ever rendering (except for the final conversion to JPEG 2000 for the DCP itself). Short answer is yes, you can. You just need to jump through a bunch of hoops. Here they are, in less than a minute.
iPhone to DCP
Students shot this iPad teleprompter test in Montana State's Studio B using the OneTakeOnly Pad Prompter.
Teleprompter Test (Jesse As Lincoln)
Morph It! Animate a Line Using Illustrator and After Effects
Quick demo on how to make one line morph into another. I entered this tutorial in the Adobe Systems contest "No App is an Island" and won the Grand Prize. Info here.
Cinema DNG Tutorials
Cinema DNG: Using Lightroom and After Effects
Quick demo on using Adobe Lightroom as the primary Raw importer for Cinema DNG files.
CinemaDNG Round Tripping
A method of linking lo-res proxy files that are easy to edit back to Raw Cinema DNG originals. This process uses Adobe After Effects and Premiere CS6. The trick is using the "link proxy file" function backwards. Rather than link a lo-res proxy, we link back to the CinemaDNG originals.
Ikonoskop Cinema DNG Workflow
From Kyma to Avenue Part 1
TouchOSC editor is used to create "messages" in Osculator that the Kyma will reference. When Osculator can receive messages from Kyma, it can redirect those messages to control elements within Resolume Avenue, such as the selection of a video clip.
From Kyma to Avenue Part 2
Continuing the journey: Now we get Kyma to talk to OSCulator, and OSCulator to send a message to Avenue. What kind of message? I have not been having good luck with OSC messages TO Avenue, so I have used MidiCC messages, which work fine.
Resolume Avenue Controls Kyma Timeline
A quick demonstration of Avenue sending OSC messages to OSCulator, which re-routes the messages to Kyma. When Avenue randomly selects a video clip, the Kyma timeline will jump to a new marker location.
Morph using Re:Vision Re:Flex.
Camera Mic vs. Shotgun
Quick demo where I fade the audio between an on-board camera mic and a shotgun recording into a Zoom H4N.