Please allow us some reverie about standardized metadata exchange between audio recorders, cameras, crew and editing in today’s Metadata Monday. First of all, producers of audio recorders took a step in the right direction. In 2004 they met up at the Institute of Professional Sound IPS (back then the name[…]
Today we’d like to honor the oldest and most popular way of managing metadata on set. A tool of outstanding simplicity, saving so much time in editing, a product of haptic elegance in a time of ongoing digitalization: the clapper board! For all the do-it-yourself afficionados, who are looking for[…]
It obviously makes perfect sense to synchronize cameras and audio recorders on set in order to save time in editing. But what exactly is a timecode? The guys of Sound Devices made a very enlightening video clip about it. If you want to learn about the basics of the timecode,[…]
This Metadata Monday is a call to all the screenwriters out there: Please use Fountain! Fountain is a very simple markup syntax that can be used to write scripts. It’s so simple you can use it without prior knowledge in a normal plain text program (e. g. “Editor” or “TextEdit”).[…]
What more decent metadatum is there but time? So, on this Metadata Monday we provide a fine stopwatch-widget for your blog or homepage. Get it here: http://www.chronme.com/blog/install-the-chronme-widget-on-your-blog/48
Dear friends of the digital filmset: Today’s Metadata Monday brings you – well, let’s call it what it is – impressive ode to the little rascals.
Today’s Metadata Monday comes around with a rather disturbing find from the chamber of horrors of how-to-spots. The core message is adequate though: Metadata is the shiz!
Just another manic Monday… No, it’s Metadata Monday! From now on we want to share curious and funny stuff as well as things to know about metadata with you. Let’s start with this little comic by geek&poke