I have a bad habit of not watching the films about which I read and, although I don't comment on them or say that I've seen them, I make an effort these days to watch the films in the articles.
This article was a perfect example of why I come to NFS. Most likely, I would not have seen 'The Slaughter' if I was not an avid reader. I, too, have experienced controversy over films I wrote and directed but I haven't released them online. I commend you for doing so and I'm happy to have been able to see the film.
On a more personal note, I am one of the many omnivores (because carnivore is misleading) that eat meat without thought as to its origin. Additionally, I don't know if I would be able to kill an animal for my own food without extenuating circumstances.
I appreciate this film for those reasons and think it deserves all the accolades and more. Well done.
For me and those I know, it certainly depends on duration and perceived video quality. If it looks like a lot of effort was put into the cinematography, I go full screen. If it's just some sit down interviews, I'll leave it in default.
Love the article but whoever edited that video needs an adderall.
Most manic cutting I've seen recently.
Download the free program RedCineX. This is how we transcode RED footage.
Follow the instructions in the video here to export to your desired format.
Once you have the preferred format, you can edit with that format. Then, to relink them, delete the source proxy files and when you reconnect media, reconnect to the 4k files.
Most NYC filmmakers disagree with you...
How are we not talking about the menu screen and controls on the dummy side of the body???
This is a HUGE improvement and a great way to assist the AC's who have complained about the lack in ease of use for most RED cameras.