When working with loads of metadata in fast-paced film production environments, every reduction of manual effort is helpful. Hence, it’s a common aim to track metadata in a way that keeps manual entries and maintenance to a minimum – at best, you find yourself entering metadata only once. In this article, we’ll discuss four different approaches to doing so.
Did you recently start using Livegrade, and are you looking for the best way to achieve look consistency across the whole production? In that case, this “Pomfort Basics” article is especially for you as we will cover this topic in depth and through the lens of a beginner. So, let’s shine some light on working with reference media in Livegrade.
There are many reasons to share your Silverstack project across multiple devices, like choosing another computer when leaving the set or collaborating with your team on location. This article will outline some exemplary use cases to give you an idea of how your workflow can benefit from the library sync feature – whether you are working in a team, or coordinating multiple crew units across the world.
Compared to other devices which may be more powerful in certain respects, your mobile device has a central advantage: It’s always by your side. Hence, it allows you to take care of things on the go, which often saves time and effort. In this article, we’ll look at five use cases for mobile device usage within the Pomfort Ecosystem. So keep reading to learn what’s possible with just a few taps of your finger!
Reference media play a crucial role in the development process of looks as they help to consistently maintain the DP’s creative intent throughout the whole production. Hence, the recording of reference movies and the creation of reference still images are essential tasks during the on-set look creation process. This blog post provides a hands-on overview of how you can handle large and complex projects in multi-user and multi-machine workflows efficiently using Livegrade’s media management capabilities.
To prepare on-set data assets for post-production, Netflix productions must create a folder structure that meets the minimum requirements outlined by Netflix. This blog post illustrates how you can use Silverstack to create the structure that matches the example provided in the Netflix Prodicle article. You learn how to set up a custom folder structure for destination-drives and utilize metadata from the offloaded clips and Silverstack’s library for the path naming process.
By explaining and contrasting a few core characteristics of LUTs and Pomfort Looks, this article highlights the benefits of using Pomfort Looks when operating within the Pomfort Ecosystem. You’ll also get detailed step-by-step instructions for building looks in Silverstack Lab and exchanging them between Pomfort applications.