Handheld Hollywood, whom I have posted about before for their cool app; ReelDirector have a great list of filmmaking apps that can be use on various plateforms and devices. With Mobile devices becoming more powerful and sophisticated, we as filmmakers stand to benifit – mostly because we will have quick access to multiple applications on a small device.
So, here we go :
Archives For tools
A multi-touch color correction controller for Cineform’s First Light. The concept is great, in fact there is no reason why such an interface can’t be used for Final Cut Pro and Color.
MovieSlate is a digital slate, clapper board, shot log, and shot notepad— designed for use with film, television, documentaries, interviews, and home movies. Version 2.0 is in beta.
Trouble Shooting tips, Work Flows, FCP shortcut guide, links to articles, etc
Using industry standards and easy formatting this app will be very useful for both writing a script while on your travels and updating during production (maybe for the continuity person)
This one seems to be more for the actor, helping them prepare for rehearsals and auditions.
Thought, for a while, that I had missed an opportunity with the Avid 14 day trial, but now with Media Composer 4 I get the chance to check out the editing software over a period of 30 days.
I already use Final Cut Studio 2, and probably could not afford Media composer – but hey; it is good to learn new tools. Besides it’s not about the tools, it’s about the passion, the talent and the making use of good opportunities. So here goes …