Offline Media Editing: Why Isn't It More Accessible?

Projection designers, like other theatrical designers, have a process. They have a methodology that works and that lets them turn an idea on the page to theatrical reality. One part of the process that has been very difficult has always been the downtime between the gathering of the elements of the design and the actual programming of them into the playback software. There is no reason that this job has to wait until tech, except the prohibitively expensive cost of the playback computers.

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