Approx 14 minutes. (Click the title above to hear the podcast. Sorry, no transcript posted)
Visual Effects Positions
Bidding and Pre-production VFX
Since this was posted a book has been published on VFX producing.
There's also now the VES Handbook of VFX
Hey Scott i recently found your blog page, and all the material / information i got is really awesome. I'm just starting to learn compositing and this is just like holy grail (information) for me. Thank you for this and please continue doing your podcasts, hope it will be many more on Visual Effects theme :)ReplyDelete
I second what the above guy has said. This site is really helpful and I could trail through the information all day. Just starting out in compositing too.Thanks..ReplyDelete
Are you going to be at siggraph?ReplyDelete
Unfortuantely I'm busy on a project and won't be going to SIGGRAPH this year. Tell the Avid guys you want to see COmmotion return. :-)ReplyDelete
I hope you will continue your great podcasts when the current project is delivered!ReplyDelete
Well I'm still hoping to post podcasts or at least blog notes otherwise it'll be a long time until the next one.ReplyDelete
Im missing ur new posts, was really a great job here!ReplyDelete
useful information blog,very good content.ReplyDelete
Just tossing in my hopes that the blogs and podcasts will continue again before long...ReplyDelete
This is Enoch Allen, and after an extensive search on iTunes have found your excellent VFX source. I've been working with 3ds Max for about three years now, and listening to your podcast has inspired me to create, model, texture, rig and even write code in new ways.ReplyDelete
I really, REALLY hope you continue your podcast series, as I have downloaded every episode of Effects Corner and plan on passing this on to more of my colleagues.
i WANNA ASK YOUR HELP ABOUT ABOUT ROTOS IN COMMOTION, BUT FOR A HEAR ROTOS, SOME INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE GOOD. AN
Hi Scott, your podcasts/videos are some of the most useful I have found on the net, however there is one problem which drives me crazy - your voice! You need to modify the way you speak on your podcasts - You talk so softly, slowly and "gently" that I find it very annoying. Please just speak louder (perhaphs dont talk so closely into ur mic) and act a little more animated. It will make your podcasts much more enjoyable to follow, and as would have the potential to be some of the best on the internet!ReplyDelete
Great information Scott.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your knowledge and your time.