Data Wrangling on Set
Sydney - Apr 02 2017
- AFTRS Sydney
- Apr 02 2017 - Apr 02 2017
- Attendance Pattern
- 1 day, Sunday 9.30am -5pm
- Mark Stewart-Pearson
- Course fee
- $250 / $225
This one day course is an introduction to managing data from file-based cameras in an on-set environment. Working in the AFTRS Studio, you will get an overview of all types of data and metadata from file-based cameras from manufacturers including Sony, Canon, Blackmagic, Arri & Red and you will learn how to prepare for and manage this data confidently and responsibly in a high pressure on-set environment.
You’ll gain a thorough understanding of data as a ‘digital negative’ and feel comfortable about working with digital data on-set, managing data and delivering data in an appropriate format for post-production.
There will be a practical section where participants will gain experience in managing file-based data themselves. This course will be suitable for DOPs and experienced on-set camera assistants who are using file-based cameras. It is also suitable for anyone looking to move into the camera department as a Data Wrangler.
NOTE: THIS COURSE DOES NOT COVER DATA AND POST WORKFLOWS, WHICH IS COVERED IN ANOTHER COURSE, DATA MANAGEMENT IN POST
ABOUT THE COURSE LECTURER: MARK STEWART-PEARSON
Mark has a background in both digital media production and corporate IT. He has worked with companies and institutions including ABC, AFTRS, Animal Logic, Art Gallery of NSW, CJZ, Red Bull Australia, Northern Pictures, Westpac Bank and Apple around Australia to design, develop and implement large scale digital media solutions and
specialises in Video Workflow for file-based media.
As part of Apple’s successful bid to implement a large digital media solution for the ABCs News/ Current Affairs department in 2007-8, Mark led a team that analysed requirements and then proposed and implemented Editing & Workflow solutions at the ABCs studios across Australia.
Mark teaches courses in data management for video at AFTRS, including data wrangling and managing data in post production. He has also worked as a video editor specialising in Corporate Video, TVCs & documentaries. Prior to working in digital media production Mark worked as an Analyst-Programmer and DBA in corporate IT in Sydney and the UK for companies including IBM, NRMA and Macquarie Bank.
Mark Stewart-Pearson has over 10 years experience in video data, editorial, data wrangling and is a workflow specialist.
Have any questions? Please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 065 281
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