David Gómez Ojeda is an experienced DIT in commercials, features, and TV work. In this article, David gives us an in-depth look into his setups for each, and shares several creative problem solving success stories including creating networks on set, and DIT-cart proofing a Sprinter Van.
Leveraging Pomfort’s support of various controllers can greatly impact your work on set. In this article, Livegrade Pro user Jason Naran and Silverstack Lab user Ant Thonton share with us how they integrate Stream Deck devices, and the impact it has on their jobs as a DITs.
DP Michael Simmonds brought DIT Chandler Tucker onto the set of the second season of 'The Righteous Gemstones,' for two weeks to fix discrepancies between dailies and raw footage. However, after Michael saw how Chandler could provide top-level continuity between shots, scenes, and episodes by way of recorded references in Silverstack Lab, Chandler stayed on for the remainder of the season. In this interview, Chandler shares his thorough workflow, as well as what made it so valuable to the DP.
With a background in software development and a passion for storytelling, the role of DIT comes quite naturally to Facundo Ferreira. However, he finds that not everyone on set places the same importance and value on the role of the DIT. In this interview, Facundo shares his DIT cart- personalized with Robocups and neon tape, as well as the challenge of unclear working dynamics on set.
Comprehensive applications like Livegrade Pro/Studio ensure maximum adaptability on set. To help you master all possible integrations and eliminate room for error, we've come up with some solutions to the most frequently asked questions of Livegrade Pro/Studio users.
When the DP and the set location changed one month away from wrapping, DIT Leonardo Frosina relied on references in Livegrade Pro to finish shooting season two of The White Lotus. Audio version of this article now available on Spotify!
The Pomfort Account is an easy and transparent solution to personal license management. In this article, we explain why we created the Pomfort Account, and how it contributes to the overall licensing concept.
Digital film cameras automatically generate timecode upon recording. In this article, we discuss how timecode is used for some tasks like syncing audio and offline editing and conforming, as well as its limitations as a way to uniquely identify individual frames shot during a film production.
Jaime Lucero Jr.'s DIT cart attracts people to it like a moth to a flame. Whether it's due to the flashy LED strip lights, or Jaime's warm and welcoming vibe, this Atlanta-based commercial DIT views his cart as both his own efficient workstation and a professionally inviting place for everyone on set.