Recorded live at the Amsterdam SuperMeet: September 11, 2016.
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Sam Mestman is the CEO of Lumaforge, maker of the SHARESTATION, a shared storage platform optimized for media and entertainment, and is also Founder of We Make Movies, the world’s first community funded production company. As a professional editor and colorist, he has worked for Apple, ESPN, Glee, and Break Media (to name a few), and has edited or colored hundreds of shorts, features, web series, and just about every other type of content you can think of. He is also one of the world’s leading experts on Final Cut Pro X Workflow, and is the architectintegrations in the world, including Focus, the world’s first studio feature edited with Final Cut Pro X.
Ronny Courtens is a post-‐production veteran with 38 years of expertise in film and television collaboration workflows. He has lived in Darmstadt, London, Paris and Brussels working as an editor and a post-‐production manager for national broadcasters and major post houses. He has travelled around the world producing documentaries, music videos and commercials. But most people know him from his contributions to the Final Cut Pro community, writing FCP X success stories for FCP.co and sharing his deep knowledge of Final Cut Pro with people around the globe. After having used FCP X in a large workgroup setup at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, he decided to take on a new hobby: helping production companies and broadcast facilities set up fast and reliable collaboration workflows with FCP X. With a staff of 200 people producing 300 hours of finished television content each year, Metronome Productions in Copenhagen is one of the major television production companies in the Nordics. Since 2013, the company has been porting their post-production work from Avid/Isis systems to new collaboration workflows built around FCP X.