The Workflow Show

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August 17, 2021 00:23:29
#64 PART 2: CHESA Interviews Adobe on the Adobe Video Solution Partner Program for Video and Audio

#64 PART 2: CHESA Interviews Adobe on the Adobe Video Solution Partner Program for Video and Audio

This is Part Two of our discussion with Dave Helmly, Head of Strategic Development, Adobe Professional Video, and Michael Gamboeck, Senior Strategic Development Manager, Creative Cloud Video regarding the new Adobe Video Solution Partner Program. In this episode of The Workflow Show, Dave and Michael further outline the benefits and intricacies of working within the AVSP Program, including how it benefits Adobe users. They also discuss the challenges of choosing a media asset management workflow and how the AVSP program aims to remove those challenges with highly trained systems integrator partners.  Episode Highlights: Ben, Jason, and guests discuss the possible impact of new Macs on customer hardware and workflow needs They discuss how traditional workflows with Adobe are changing with new and exciting tech, such as LucidLink  Ben and Jason bring up the new standards of workflow, including work from home, and how that will affect the connections and media asset management of editing teams Dave and Michael highlight how CHESA, an Adobe Certified Service Partner, works as an extension of the Adobe engineering team Dave and Michael share the benefits of Adobe’s new speech to text feature for editors in Adobe Premiere View CHESA’s Press Release on our Adobe Certified Service Partner Status. View a list of all The Workflow Show podcast episodes ...

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July 19, 2021 00:31:54
#63 Part 1: Introducing The Adobe Video Solution Partner Program

#63 Part 1: Introducing The Adobe Video Solution Partner Program

The Workflow Show and CHESA are proud to announce that we have achieved Adobe Video Solution Partner Program. This week’s episode is Part 1 of a 2 part discussion with guests, Dave Helmly, Head of Strategic Development, Adobe Professional Video, and Michael Gamboeck, Senior Strategic Development Manager, Creative Cloud Video regarding Adobe’s program. Here we discuss the introduction of this program and its impact on the industry.  As a way for integrators and clients to be further connected with the Adobe Engineering team, the Adobe Video Solution Partner Program seeks to close the gap between users and engineers, enabling collaboration that best serves the creative process. Episode Highlights: Ben and Jason discuss the usefulness of working at a deep level with Adobe’s team to best understand the software and implementation Dave and Michael discuss the criteria for becoming an Adobe Video Solution Partner and the importance of choosing CHESA as the first US company to be part of the program This discussion covers the importance of the program to help connect creative IT to creative users for coding integrations, Adobe panels, and new workflows. View CHESA’s Press Release on our Adobe Video Solution Partner Status. ...

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June 07, 2021 00:23:07
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#62 HOW TO AUDIT A SYSTEM FOR CLOUD, ON-PREM, OR HYBRID SOLUTIONS WITH ERIC WHITE, CTO OF THE CLINTON FOUNDATION

In Part 2 of our interview with Eric White, CTO of the Clinton Foundation, Ben and Jason discuss different system types and how they can integrate or customize cloud components to fit the needs of a company and creative teams. They also dig into a common customer question of on-prem versus cloud, covering how Eric works through the needs of his own team for choosing a system. ...

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April 26, 2021 00:24:29
#61 Managing Technology With Humanitarian and Environmental Impact In Mind with Eric White, Chief Technology Officer at the Clinton Foundation

#61 Managing Technology With Humanitarian and Environmental Impact In Mind with Eric White, Chief Technology Officer at the Clinton Foundation

Also available on Spotify, Stitcher, iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Subscribe on Castos This episode of The Workflow Show is joined by Eric White, Chief Technology Officer at the Clinton Foundation. Ben and Jason ask Eric about his background in tech, beginning with his childhood and school experiences, and burgeoning technologies of the time. Eric covers his journey from Microsoft to founding Utopia Systems Inc., focusing on web hosting and cloud services, and eventually to the Clinton Foundation. Eric also speaks on the role of CTO in an organization the size of the Clinton Foundation and how it differs, based on the mission of the foundation, from the needs of other technology companies. Episode Highlights: Eric discusses the transition to Technology from Agricultural and Economics businesses Ben and Jason ask Eric about the founding of Utopia Systems Inc. and how the company participated in the changes in internet hosting, using cloud services Eric highlights how the goals of the Clinton Foundation in public service and civic engagement affect the needs of the systems and workflows within the company Eric further defines Data governance and the importance of utilizing data governance for security and streamlining work for their users About Eric White, Chief Technology Officer at Clinton Foundation: Eric White is the CTO at the Clinton Foundation. He brings more than 25 years of experience in the technology industry, starting his career with Microsoft. Eric has served as the founder and CEO of Utopia Systems Inc., a pioneering cloud-hosting service provider. Most recently, he was the ...

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April 07, 2021 01:00:50
#60 Post Production in Broadcast News Media and Advances in Editing Workflows with Robert Lawson, Director of Technology, News Editing, CBS News

#60 Post Production in Broadcast News Media and Advances in Editing Workflows with Robert Lawson, Director of Technology, News Editing, CBS News

The Workflow Show is also available on Spotify, Stitcher, iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Subscribe on Castos In this episode of The Workflow Show, Ben and Jason have the privilege of interviewing industry veteran, Robert Lawson, Director of Technology, News Editing at CBS News. With over 20 years of experience, Robert brings a refreshing perspective about the common struggles of new tech in 2021, versus the transitions in broadcast media of the past, such as the move from analog and linear editing. The quick pace and stringent ethics of news reporting create separate challenges for post-production compared to feature film, network series, and others. Ben and Jason discuss with Robert important tools and workflows that help with the unique needs of news media.   Episode Highlights:  Discuss the new moves to collaboration in The Cloud in the state of editing, and the previous transition from analog to linear  Discuss the differences between a new media editing environment for broadcast news and other types of productions Cover Robert’s background and extensive experience in the industry  Talk about a build versus buy approach to a media workflow    About Robert Lawson, Director of Technology, News Editing at CBS News: Robert has over 20 years of experience as a Film & Television post-production professional; including daily national news television broadcast, independent long-form documentary production, hi-end digital finishing for all television networks. He has a wealth of expertise in ...

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February 10, 2021 00:41:06
#59 Video Production and Post Production in the Cloud During Covid with Michael Kammes of Bebop Technology, Part 2

#59 Video Production and Post Production in the Cloud During Covid with Michael Kammes of Bebop Technology, Part 2

The Workflow Show is also available on Spotify, Stitcher, iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Subscribe on Castos On this episode of The Workflow Show we continue a great conversation with Michael Kammes of Bebop Technology. Along with discussing production and post production in the cloud and how different teams are assessing the types of workstations they can collaborate from, Ben and Jason of CHESA ask about internet bandwidth and other end-user requirements and limitations in cloud production workflows. They also discuss how changes in new technology and hardware, such as Apple’s ARM chip, could change cloud workflow. Episode Highlights: Workstation rentals and production rental as a business model, versus on-prem Collaboration in the cloud between workstations for post-production Synchronous and Asynchronous review and approve Cloud editing offerings in the market and how they work Hardware needs for cloud editing  Incorporating new tech into Bebop’s platform, such as NDI (Network Device Interface)  The costs of cloud storage based on subscription and/or usage  View a list of all The Workflow Show podcast episodes The Workflow Show is also ...

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