Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Jeremy Coon at CinemaTech

Jeremy Coon, Producer of Napoleon Dynamite, talks about his most recent project and Final Cut Pro:

"On `The Sasquatch Dumpling Gang' we cut on FinalCut Pro (like `Napoleon'), using off-the-shelf software and hardware from Apple for a total cost of about $8000. That wasn't possible really even five years ago . . . "

Click here to read more.

South Park Turns to Apple for New Storage Setup

To handle its growing storage needs, the makers of South Park this past season began moving away from a direct-attached disk backup and tape library that often took more than a day to back up data. Instead, the show’s producers are changing over to a faster tape library system and disk systems that later this month will blossom into a full storage-area network (SAN).

Click here to read more at Macworld. Click here to read more about Apple's Xsan.

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