Category Archives: Off-line Tape Editing (Linear Days)

Mainstream/high-end off-line editing using 3/4 U-matic tapes with visual timecode. Mostly (on these pages) used for long-form programs.

Tim Burton’s first live-action film “Hansel and Gretel”

Effectively buried for years “Hansel and Gretel” finally resurfaced in 2009, at the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibit “Tim Burton.”  It’s now at LACMA, running continuously in the galleries.  I’m pleased about the new exposure because I edited this film … Continue reading

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Nexus Productions was a small editing facility that opened circa 1977. It was historically important and yet I see next to nothing about it on the web.  In my own small way I’d like to fill that gap a little … Continue reading

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Deluxe off-line tape editing room.

Back in the days of tape editing (pre-1990 for most East Coast folks) this  was a state of the art off-line editing room. It was in a facility called Post Perfect in the (then) Daily News building on E. 42nd … Continue reading

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