I can hardly wait for the client who asks, with a straight face and a good budget: "Just how high a quality video can we make?"
All our creative content was shot in 4K at 4:2:2 color sampling with a 10 bit bit depth. We mostly shot in Long GOP at 150 mbs but our tap dancing segment was shot in the same set up but in ALL-I.
ALL-I does handle motion better. I'll be using it more often in the future. It records at 400 mbs.
Watch tonight if you want to. Write a check if you have money to burn and want to support Austin live theater. Or wait until Monday when I start linking just to the actual creative segments here on the blog.
On Monday I'll officially have started the arc reactor in the sub-basement at VSL and we'll be making more content as frequently as we can conceive and produce it.
Thanks for hanging out and waiting. Now, who in the "When will Kirk Return" pool had Monday the 28th? Winner!
Coming back on Monday, September 28th. Stay tuned but be forewarned, we're going to be talking about producing an hour and a half livestream/broadcast.
The recharge time has be successful. So much to cover. We're back on Monday. Tune in, if you can.
The museums are starting to re-open. Very carefully, but they are re-opening. I was the first visitor of the day this morning at the Blanton Museum on the UT campus. I'm posting to let Austinites know they have a renewed art option...
Today's brief resurfacing and museum visit brought to you by
the Lumix GX8 and the Sigma 16mm f1.4 Contemporary lens.
More event info: Zach Event
Video production: Joshua Cummins, Producer/Director
Kirk Tuck, Cinematographer, camera operator
Volunteering? Just remember: "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished."