No, is more to do with the language used making it seem like this is the only technique you'll need to match cuts to a beat.
'This technique is bound to change the way you edit to the beat on every project you work on from here on out, whether it's a music video, b-roll montage, or whatever'
This is amazing. I've been wondering how to do a similar thing but never knew enough to really deconstruct it and figure it out.
My main question - what about getting the paint on the skin? Also, the keying? Seems as though there is post work and that isn't the paint?
Great great work
Only 8 bit for a 'pro' monitor? I think 10 should at least be standard.
The newly released LG 32ud99 seems much more appealing. :)
How is it powered?
I guess it also comes down to finding the right brand. I've come across a number that are incredibly hesitant to be open and allow creativity to flourish, rather dictating exactly what and when it's said.
Definitely an interesting read, hop to get there someday.