Manhattan Edit Workshop, the authorized digital training destination, in cooperation with ASSIMILATE, INC., will present a FREE demo on the most comprehensive production dailies tool for digital workflows, SCRATCH Lab: Unleashing the Power of Advanced Dailies.
On April 23, 2013 you'll learn why SCRATCH Lab's power and reliability have been the heartbeat for the production dailies tool used by DITs in thousands of commercials, episodic TV shows, and feature films. NYC-based Tiffany Armour (Men in Black 3, The Carrie Diaries) will demonstrate how Lab helps you streamline your dailies process with support for the widest range of camera formats, flexible audio sync, world-class color-grading, and the power of GPU-accelerated background rendering to give you the utmost confidence to meet today's demanding schedules and shrinking budgets. You'll learn how SCRATCH Lab helps you efficiently organize and securely manage your data, as well as how you can collaborate on-set with the DP and director to experiment and create looks.
Sherif Sadek, an ASSIMILATE support engineer and SCRATCH expert, will also be on hand to discuss the latest tips and tricks of SCRATCH Lab.
6:30pm: Refreshments and Meet & Greet at Manhattan Edit Workshop
7:00pm -8:30pm: Free SCRATCH Lab Demo
Presenter: Tiffany Armour-Tejada, a Local 600 D.I.T., is experienced in the needs of production and post-production departments for commercials (NFL Network, Red Lobster, Volkswagen), music videos (Justin Bieber/Mariah Carey, Flyleaf, Sorrow) and films (The Magic of Belle Isle and Thanks for Sharing), taking technical support to the field or on-set. She often works on commercials with Stefan Czapsky, creating 3D LUTs or CDLs on-set, and she uses SCRATCH to create, organize, and manage the dailies process. Tiffany views SCRATCH as a high-performance tool for dailies, noting, "SCRATCH is key to producing dailies that uphold the specified look and it enables quick turns for editors. SCRATCH is a great tool with Live Grade and Link Color, providing the needed quality control, onset."
Tiffany has held positions at Abel Cine, where she gained in-depth knowledge of tapeless workflows, HD, signal flow, engineering menus, and calibration. At B Productions, she spearheaded their transition from SD to HD and built their new HD engineering rack systems.