Video workflows are so complex and diverse that they are often referred to as “snowflake workflows”. Each production and team of artists is different and the result is that custom workflows have to be created for each one. In this presentation, Philip Grossman, will break down a minimalist approach to collaboration that minimizes the focus on technology and creates a consistent experience for creatives so that they can focus on what is most important: the story they want to tell.

You’ll go home with the understanding of:

  • the building blocks of a workflow
  • the benefits of Proxies
  • various approaches for distributing files
  • how to apply the methodology using various common industry tools
May 21, 2021

Finding the Signal in the Noise: A Simple Workflow for Media Collaboration

Video workflows are so complex and diverse that they are often referred to as “snowflake workflows”. Each production and team of artists is different and the […]
June 3, 2021

Managing Content Across Production, Post-Production and Archives: Behind the Scenes with The Potter’s House

Producing effective and engaging programming for your digital offerings is similar to creating broadcast programming. It requires scripting, cameras, sets, etc. While those elements are the […]
August 2, 2021

Easy-on-the-IT: Shared Storage, Cloud, and Media Management Solutions for Church Video Production

Church video production teams need simple, effective solutions to store, share, and organize their media so they can focus on ministry, not storage management. High-performance shared […]