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I imagine a lot of us have read the blog post from Vimeo about the changes to their service. What it means to us video makers is, its now almost impossible to trust that a work-in-progress video we upload to Vimeo will be available to watch by the client for review and approval. This is somewhat distressing, as time is usually pretty tight around this part of the video project. Luckily a group of guys and myself have been working away on a system that takes care of this massive headache. Some of you have already started using it, it's called Wipster. Where the product is lightyears ahead of Vimeo is the collaboration and project organisation features. And it doesn't cost any more. Features include: contextual comments (write on the video), project folders, version control (a stack of edits from version 1 to the final signed off version), video delivery (send final to client, or publish to Vimeo, YouTube or Wistia), team members (so you can all work together in the one space) and private sharing of secure video. We have videomakers from 65 countries using Wipster every day, they are working with clients from anywhere, and we're seeing groups of video makers from different countries working together in their one place in the cloud. It's quickly becoming the new standard way to work. We currently have a 2 week free trial, have a look at how it works, and then sign up.
Not trying to advertise the oil brand or anything, but these are beautifully shot/edited/sound designed. Cool to watch if you've got the spare time http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzwExdBH0kY&feature=share&list=UUQCFfdPt2hNOEkRQU0_C8yw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyq2ghc-dPU&feature=share&list=UUQCFfdPt2hNOEkRQU0_C8yw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Hmo-PjpxGQ&feature=share&list=UUQCFfdPt2hNOEkRQU0_C8yw
Here is a video I recently cut for LA hiphop duo King Fantastic. The video was shot on RED at 4k and I cut it on FCP. I also did a fair amount of the compositing in the video in After Effects and FCP. Special Effects shots were handled by Justice FX, however I handled the overlay effects. I also created some digital prism effects that augment and enhance the practical ones that were used on set. Check out the vimeo page for a list of the full credits for the video.