I have one day off with my son at school and how did I spend my morning? Editing! Here’s one second from the past decade of every season of TV, pilot, movie, commercial, or whatever that I can remember editing and have a copy of. I think Marc Maron is in this the most, and […]
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Frinkiac is an amazing resource that combines transcripts of every episode of The Simpsons with screengrabs and lets you make animated GIFs out of them. Here’s a collection of editing and filmmaking related Simpsons GIFs. I could make these all day. Of course “Radioactive Man” offers endless material about making movies.
I don’t know if this is still a problem that needs solving, but I always had trouble finding free countdown leader. Years ago I made this 1080p 23.98 ProRes Proxy QuickTime countdown by modifying the project that came with FCP 7. Feel free to download and use in your own projects. Click on the overlay pop-out […]
A couple years ago my wife Maggie Lehrman was on a writing retreat and emailed me this screenplay she had written for me to direct. I loved it, but it has a very important scene involving a boat on the Gowanus Canal, one of the most polluted waterways in the United States.
This plugin does one thing and one thing only. It adds noindex to the header of any password-protected post. Google and all other respectable search engines will leave your password-protected pages out of their search results.
Two years ago Hal Hartley successfully raised completion funds for his film Meanwhile through Kickstarter and now he’s trying to finance a whole film.
I’ve always been annoyed that my WordPress “Video Embed & Thumbnail Generator” plugin required FFMPEG to make thumbnails. Most people are on shared hosting and aren’t allowed to install software like that on their servers. And even if they are allowed, configuring and installing it is a pretty substantial hassle.
Kozmo.com is coming back and I couldn’t be happier because they’ve owed me $48 for 13 years.