The Covid-19 pandemic has hit us all, hopefully just with work being cancelled. We have put together a list of resources that might help with remote editing & companies that are offering special services during this time.
Working remotely or at home has its positives and negatives. It can be great to start work in the morning as early as you like or cut away into the early hours when you get 'in a groove.' But not only does it require the equipment and software to make this possible, it also needs discipline and organisation.
We have put together a growing list of resources that just might help you through what might be an extended break away from the normal edit bay.
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Teaching & Courses
While numerous resources are being shared for teachers suddenly moving traditional classes online, media related teachers are struggling to find ways to cope with school closures when they typically rely on equipment cages and computer labs to handle their unique requirements.
Apple devices excel in areas that can fill the void left from campus resources dedicated to media related classes. iPhone and iPad can be used to film and edit video, iPad can handle many of the drawing and other creative tools typically limited to computer labs.
These are also areas that Chromebook does not handle well. Chromebook video editing is limited to a program called WeVideo, but filming on a Chromebook is not acceptable.