For some reason, this is in the IGN server room.
There’s a saying we have in production: “we’ll fix it in Post.” These are some of the worst words to hear on set . They mean that something has gone wrong and will not be fixed. They mean that a mistake, or omission, or problem will be purposely transferred from Production (shooting) to Post-Production (editing).
A couple months ago, I saw a preview of Final Cut Pro X at NAB, and wrote up my thoughts on it. At the time, I said this: And what of the Studio? Here’s what: DVD Studio Pro is dead, and so is Motion. Compressor is still standalone, but comes with FCP X. Color is
I noticed some recurring comments on the live show page, and figured I’d give a little info on what went on off-camera. I’ve been head of production on the show for the past 3 years – this year Daemon headed up the editorial side. Q: What happened to ______? I was waiting for it!
Don’t poop on your controllers.
What does it mean??????
In the summer of 2010, some of the IGN Video team made a short film for a contest for Philips. Not a lot of people saw it, so here it is.
Our robot coffee machine betrays us pretty regularly.