[Tig] Youtube for dailies

dan doubledee at mindspring.com
Tue Dec 21 02:52:06 GMT 2010

There is a little bit of confusion here as to where this workflow can and can-not work.

I don't believe any of us who work in high profile content would ever dream of allowing our client's frames out into the cloud. I do believe that there is the other 90% of independent filmmakers that could save LARGE amounts of cash and time using this as a workflow broadcast. It can be broadcasted directly from the set if need be.

This link is an example of a standard quality clip. It shows that there is more quality than you may think ...


Dan DiPaola
dan at hd-encoding.com

On Dec 20, 2010, at 6:08 PM, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:

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> On Mon, 20 Dec 2010, Jack James wrote:
>> We're not talking about "publishing" here (in the sense of allowing anyone
>> with an internet to view it, at least). YouTube allows uploaded material to
>> be marked as private, only accessed to whitelisted email addresses.
> Would you trust this for hot content like the next "The Lord of The Rings"?
> I am quite certain that these "private" files are freely accessible by all employees at whatever company serves up the files.
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