Now everyone can hear the last words I spoke in Las Vegas. Litterally right after getting off the stage, my voice left me completely. I had to draw a picture of an airplane and show it to the cab driver the next morning.
Pronounced “PUG with a BACKPACK.”
On June 5, Clinton Torres and I will be guests at the first ever Bay Area Creative Pro User Group meeting, discussing Fountain and Slugline.
If you’re in the Bay Area, come and check it out!
BulletProof, which Red Giant revealed at NAB, is now availble for download as a free public beta.
You’ve got a great camera, you’ve got a great editor — how do you manage everything between them? BulletProof is a complete media prep solution that bridges the gap, with a workflow that simplifies how you handle footage every day. Offload, backup, organize, review, color, deliver: BulletProof has your back at every step. Whether you shoot with DSLR or a GoPro, BulletProof lets you focus on your story and get to the editor fast.
The public beta is Mac only for now. The Windows version (which was also demoed at NAB) will be released later as a free update.
Ready for more detail on how BulletProof works? Check out this Getting Started video from Simon Walker:
From the App Store:
Veteran storyteller Neal Edelstein has reinvented filmmaking in a way that brings the power of hypnotic, episodic content to the iTunes Store. Viewed exclusively on the iPhone and iPad this frighteningly haunting story is released in sporadic and unexpected ways that will leave you constantly guessing, and constantly engaged.
A horror movie delivered directly to your iPad or iPhone, a little at a time. Push notifications alert you to new chapters. Pay a little for each one or buy a Season Pass.
And it gets even more interesting than that.
Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? Great work Neal!
Watch Neal discussing why this is such a big deal on Bloomberg TV: Is the App Store the New Cinema?