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LAPPG Panel to Discuss Post Workflow on Gone Girl


The Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG) will host a discussion of the postproduction workflow on David Fincher’s upcoming feature film, Gone Girl at its Oct. 8 meeting.

The film, starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry, employed an advanced technical workflow designed to accommodate 6K real-time review.

Postproduction engineer Jeff Brue and assistant editor Tyler Nelson will discuss the challenges of shooting in 6K on the RED Dragon camera and the post workflow, which featured Adobe Premiere Pro CC powered by HP Z Workstations with Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Next-Gen Quadro GPUs.

“The work being done on David Fincher’s highly anticipated Gone Girl is the leading edge of digital production,” explained Woody Woodhall, co-founder of the LAPPG. “We’re ecstatic that our members will be among the first to see the workflow developed by one of the premiere post teams working in Hollywood today.”

After the presentation and networking session, attendees will have the opportunity to see the latest addition to the Atomos line of recorders-monitors-playback decks, the 4K Shogun fresh from the IBC show in Amsterdam.

The LAPPG is a resource for educational presentations on technology and techniques related to TV and filmmaking. The organization is open to content creators, filmmaking professionals and postproduction enthusiasts worldwide and provides networking opportunities to help members further their career goals.

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