Ben Brooks recently shared his iOS homescreens along with some of his readers’, so i thought i’d join the nerdfest.
doddle Pro brings Digital Call Sheets to iOS (web access coming soon), with awesome features.
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the last film I produced and directed was made on a shoe-string budget. as with any independent production, we had to find the balance between professional quality and cost-efficiency. unfortunately, the first place most independent productions skimp is with audio. this is a compromise we weren’t willing to make.
as money from various projects trickles in, i am constantly tweaking and adding to my home tech setup. the latest setup allows me to view my DVD collection over wifi in my home, over remote wifi, or even 3G when away.
this article is rather lengthy, but i hope to provide a complete picture of the setup for your education. also, if anyone has any suggestions for streamlining or adding to the existing setup, please post in the comments below.
YouTube’s web app is superior to the iOS YouTube app. on my iPhone 4 and iPad, i’ve disabled the iOS app, opting to use the web app instead. instructions on how to do this are below, but first a little reasoning.
I learned how to do proper location scouting the old school way. I used to drive around with a flexfile full of blank forms in my car, just in case I came across a cool spot. also, I had my Canon EOS Rebel 35mm and some spare film.