Sounds like Dan Kanes offer would be a great option. Perhaps we just need a mini-guerilla team to send down there to shoot his training, then work in post to produce the training material and format.
Yeah, I know what you mean. Things are hard to do and they take time. But that doesn't prevent some from doing.
You know Josh, the thing about Redcine X is, that it's a brand new program that's updated incredibly frequently which means anyone who were to sit down and compose your proposed training video would be sitting down with a program they don't really know, pushing and pulling all the dials and sliders in front of them until they had a handle on how to accomplish the tasks the program was designed to help you complete. They would start the video series a rookie, and end a pro.
Why are you waiting for someone else to go through the process when you could just as easily do it yourself? You're not going to ruin your footage as you can always take it back to square one with duplication, and you're most certainly not going to break your computer. Why are you opposed to just sitting down and figuring it out?
EDIT: to quote you "Things are hard to do and they take time. But that doesn't prevent some from doing."
I would respectfully ask that we focus on the OP and not all the reasons why individuals feel it will not work. If you cannot contribute to the solution then please don't post here.
This Friday is open to the first three people who want training. Ill start with a three person course. That would be $200/each for a 10 hour course.pretty cheap. I'm going to do a free setup guide online too. My charge for something like this will probably only go up too unless people like taking classes 10 at a time or so.
I can start doing full on scarlet/epic workflow and camera workshops. Also, I'm a very nice Guy in person even if I seem like a dick on The Internet sometimes.
Awesome initiative Josh!
Great offer Dan!
Is there anyone on the east coast side who can take up classes? Preferably CT, NY, MA areas.
I'd buy a Tutorial DVD set in a heartbeat... acquisition and post. ALL software evolves so I'm comfortable starting SOMEwhere with instruction. Once we newbies at least grasp some of the basics, then we can at least keep up with the changes...
Thanks for stepping up Josh
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