PVC Podcast Eps 12: RED Komodo Revealed, Loupedeck Review, Possible ?ro?Mode In OS X & More!

RED Komodo, Loupedeck, OS X Pro PVC podcast eps 12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join Damian, Scott and Gary this week as they talk about some of the latest news in the industry. Hear the guys thoughts on the recently reveled RED Komodo drawings, Scotts Loupedeck review, the possibility of a “Pro” mode in OS X and more! Listen to the full episode below:

Read more about the stories talked about in the podcast here:

Loupedeck Review (Part 1, Part 2) By Scott Simmons

RED Komodo Revealed By Jose Antunes

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1917: The Abridged Script


“Thank God the door still works, I was worried we’d NEVER find a way through!”


               
FADE IN:

EXT.  PRETTY FIELD FULL OF PRETTY FLOWERS, 1917--AND THAT SHOULD BE THE
ONLY SCENE HEADER WE GET, SO SETTLE IN AND BUCKLE UP FOLKS!  

Resting calmly beneath a clear sky, all is good for DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
and GEORGE MACKAY except for the tiny detail of them being BRITISH
SOLDIERS DURING WORLD WAR ONE which makes things more kind of SHIT.

                                OFFICER
               Wake up, Lance Corporal Chapman!  You've
               been selected for an unspecified mission
               of unknown risk, that may or may not
               involve crossing No Man's Land.  Now pick
               someone to go with you.

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
                 (thinks)
               Can I pick Wonder Woman?

                                OFFICER
               Sorry no.

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
               How about Wolverine, or as he's currently
               known, James Howlett?

                                OFFICER
               Also no.

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
               Did we get the rights to ANY immortal
               heroes who were active during WW1?

                                OFFICER
               Negative.

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
               In that case I pick my buddy here, George
               MacKay.  Who knows, maybe we have to win a
               Caillou lookalike contest.

GEORGE and DEAN-CHARLES walk over to the TRENCHES and walk into COLIN
FIRTH'S BUNKER.

                              COLIN FIRTH
               Good day gentlemen.  Seems we're having a
               spot of bother with sixteen hundred of our
               men about to get massacred in an ambush or
               some nonsense.  Do pop across enemy
               territory to warn them, there's a good
               chap.  

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
               That's my brother's regiment!  I'll for
               sure complete this mission now, to save my
               BROTHER!

                             GEORGE MACKAY
               Cool.  I'll worry about the other fifteen
               hundred and ninety-nine people.

                              COLIN FIRTH
               Now remember lads, this mission is super
               duper important and will require 100%
               focus at all times.  Therefore, you'll be
               doing it as a single unbroken scene, never
               using cuts.

                          DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN
               What, never?

                              COLIN FIRTH
               No.  Never.

                              FULL COMPANY
               What, neVAAAAAAAH?!??

                              COLIN FIRTH
               Well, hardly ever.  Here's the paper with
               my orders, and here is utterly nothing to
               keep it safe from mud or water.

GEORGE and DEAN-CHARLES walk through more TRENCHES looking for another
FAMOUS ACTOR so they can begin the first stage of the mission.

                              ANDREW SCOTT
               That'd be me I guess, thanks Fleabag! 
               Right, here's the walkthrough of the first
               level.  Go past the dead horses, through
               the hole in the barbed wire to the giant
               muck field.  Turn right at the mud,
               through the muck, left at the mucky mud,
               past the mud, then left again at the muddy
               muck.
                 (provides gear)
               Danger will lurk everywhere, so remember
               to save your progress when you see a
               typewriter.

                             GEORGE MACKAY
                 (nods)
                 (walks over to manual typewriter and
                 creates save point GEORGE DEANCHARLES
                 LVL1)

The two SOLDIERS embark across the eerily empty NO-MAN'S LAND.

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