Fun stuff for your edit suite
From various points in the Editblog archives
By Scott Simmons | February 15, 2010
If you have your own edit suite then you might already have the aeron chair or a Wacom graphics tablet or a fancy eCinemas display. But what you might not have are some of these little kick-knacks that make the edit suite home. I'm sure there are others. Place some links in the comments below if you have your own favorites.
St. Clare - The Patron Saint of Television
How did she come to be the Patron Saint of Television? From Catholic-forum.com: Toward the end of her life, when she was too ill to attend Mass, an image of the service would display on the wall of her cell; thus her patronage of television.
Get your own St. Clare figurine to watch over all things non-linear. If you're doing only features thenâ¦ you might just be out of luck. Grab one here for $4.95. To read about Saint Clare and other cool patron saints like the Patron Saint of the Internet and the Patron Saint of Alcoholics check out this BBC article. I have no idea how many of these are true but if it's on the Internet and it's got a plastic novelty toy then it can't be all bad!
The Directors Edition Digital Alarm Clock From China. Well it's about a month or two too late for the perfect Christmas gift for that filmmaker in your life but if they've got a birthday coming up then this just might be the perfect gift!
Want to dress up your edit suite and/or know exactly how late you are working or how close to a deadline you are? All in old-school analog style? Then this color bar clock might be just the thing!
Yep, a media offline mousepad. And some cool t-shirts there too.
And who could forget the DVD Rewinder. I wonder what the online video equivalent today would be?
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editblog - Thu, May 23 2013 - 1:54 pm
@artgug I don't like them either. I wish we at @provideo didn't have one but it's beyond my control... Though i can complain.
editblog - Thu, May 23 2013 - 1:40 pm
Thanks @1982films for tweeting all those good @MediaComposer tips the other day.I put them into a @ProVideo blog post http://t.co/j07OPXsCyf