A quick follow-up…(Thanks Bruce Sharpe!)

Hey everyone.  First of all, a quick thanks to Bruce Sharpe, CEO of Singular Software.  His company made PluralEyes, the company I referenced in my previous Dear Production entry.  A few days ago posted my blog on his twitter feed.  That’s big for someone like me who is brand new to this web 2.0 linked economy.  He also recommended a good story about I Love Lucy and how the show really innovated multi-camera production.  You can find Bruce on twitter and on blogspot, and probably at NAB this week.  From his twitter feed:From Bruce Sharpe's Twitter Feed

Here’s the video I recommended about his company:
(I’m just learning how to embed video on WordPress)
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Also thanks to Lindsey Rundell, my assistant editor amigo, currently working on .  She read my post and told me about Quickeys, a macros program which should make half of Avid Multi-Grouping easier.  The program allows you to program a series of keystrokes into one keystroke so that, in her words, “It does the F1-6 deal for you AND adds the Aux TC.”  It looks like it would be a great help, but nothing is a replacement for proper production techniques.  Thanks Lindsey!

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2 comments
  1. Vincent Manierre said:

    Any chance you could post a tutorial on how to get quickeys to do the grunt work of the grouping? I would love to get in touch with Lindsey and see if she possibly has a layout saved that she could let me check out or even just get me started creating my own!

  2. Jacoby said:

    You’re the one with the brains here. I’m watnhcig for your posts.

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