Without a doubt, one of our most popular posts of 2010 has been this post where we outline in detail our photo and video workflow from capture to delivery of digital assets to clients. Every step is included in that post or video, but EVEN THEN we had a huge number of questions about it. As in hundreds and hundreds. Questions that are important and deserve answers. That’s the reason we’ve decided to dedicate an entire episode of chasejarvisLIVE to this topic for tomorrow!
Who: YOU and the Chase Jarvis Crew
What: chasejarvisLIVE discusses photo & video workflow – takes questions from a global audience
Where: tune in to http://www.chasejarvis.com/live
When: Tuesday, Sept 28 at 9:30am Seattle west coast time [12:30pm New York time] [to help with time zone weirdness here’s a quick iCal & gCal -d worked up]
I’ll offer my decade of experience on the matter, but what’s more cool is that I’ll be hosting my entire tech crew on the show: Scott, Dartanyon, and Erik. They’re the guys who literally walk the data through each of the steps, whether it’s still photos, HDdSLR video, RED or Phantom cinema cameras. They’re opinionated and have a ton of experience–they have all been doing this at the pro level for about 5-10 years. And tomorrow we’ll a lot of the questions that came in after our initial posting, plus we’ll be taking questions LIVE from YOU via twitter at hashtag #cjlive.
It’s a big topic, with dozens of components, from the very basic to the very complex. We’re aiming to simply this complex process. I’m re-posting the video from a few month ago after the jump in case you missed it or in hopes that you’ll get a chance to watch it and formulate some questions for tomorrow’s show. Click to see that again and keep reading…
–And in truth, more than ever before, what we’re preaching about workflow can be applied to anyone these days. We all have digital assets and all those assets need backup protocols and a plan for how to deal with important data. AND most importantly this is all scalable to your own needs.
We have beefy needs, and you might not. Tomorrow is a good chance to ask us questions about scaling your workflow according to your particular needs, even if they’re completely basic. You can put questions in the comments in advance an we’ll pull from there, but live Q&A will be available too….
Hope to see you tomorrow at http://www.chasejarvis.com/live
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So I know I’m a little late on seeing this video, but I was wondering, did you guy upgrade to FCPX? If so do you still send your footage to Compressor first since you can change the codec to 422 in the upload menu of FCPX. Just seems like that would make the process a tiny bit faster. My other question would be since FCPX saves the original files in one folder and the new 422 files in another folder automatically are you still manually saves the files too? Hope these questions make sense and thanks for the help!
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love the fact that you shared your workflow. It helped a lot to set up my own (down-scaled) system 😉
I only have one question.
How do you manage the files that are e.g. older than 30 days and go to your ARCHIVE-section.
Are you using a program for this? I have a LIVE_WORK > CURRENT section now, where my work-files are stored. Once in every month I would like to put the files older than e.g. 60 days in the ARCHIVE section (like you do).
But I haven’t found an easy and less time-consuming way to do that than doing it manually.
Thank you so much,