[Tig] History of Editing (and Telecine editing)
rob at colorist.org
Wed Mar 7 05:58:41 GMT 2012
Unitel started in Philadelphia a decade before they were in L.A. I
served an internship with them moving from:
Studio Manager (paint cycs, maintain lights, studios)
Studio Recordist (2" RCA Quads)
Utility (drag cables)
Dubber (graveyard shift)
Playback (Editor asst) -- still on 2" Editec and CMX systems
Editor- using Warren Smith animation stand to do triggered moves,
gpi-driven, manually, with sometimes 4 tape machines rolling to
marker-driven cues; I operated switcher doing manual dissolves
switching between next machine in chain
Editor - CMX
Colorist - 2 weeks, vacation relief
FR35/FR16, TK28; DUBNER CC
Hogan: we can trade tales.
Lindelein, Callaway, and Gary Adams. I'm still in touch with the
first and third.
I need to find John Buck to get his (hopefully) working copy for Nook.
Marc, incidentally, should you know of any gigs for colorists, and I say
this in an altruistic sense, I'm just about at my rope's end. I am not at all
above being a non-paid person until I prove myself, or whatever. I have
an ego only as big as my repertoire.
Rob Lingelbach http://rob.colorist.org
TIG founder/admin, colorist
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