Derek Barrilleaux of Projective Technology | Interview snippets from NAB BuZZ 2019 podcasts
Larry Jordan: Welcome back. We‚Äôre talking with Derek Barrilleaux. He‚Äôs the CEO of Projective Technology, which you may know as FlavorSys but they‚Äôve gone through a renaming/rebranding exercise. Derek, it‚Äôs good to have you with us.
Derek Barrilleaux: Hey Larry. Great to see you again.
Larry Jordan: I‚Äôm glad to have you back. Tell me what Projective Technology does?
Derek Barrilleaux: Well, we‚Äôre all about the editing project. We literally put the project in the foreground, in our name, and put a bullet around the logo. I remember last year when we were talking here, we actually spent quite a couple of minutes talking about what FlavorSys is and why. We really want a name that kind of help speak to our value that we have for customers. And like I said, it‚Äôs all about the project.
Larry Jordan: Well, I like Projective Technology much more than FlavorSys because FlavorSys, I never quite figured out. What would be a typical task you guys solve?
Derek Barrilleaux: Well, so like I said it‚Äôs all about the editing project so we‚Äôre managing‚Ä¶ Basically, we‚Äôre turning the way production houses interact with storage. We‚Äôre turning that on instead so. Instead of giving editors a big bucket of storage they work off of and then can work chaotically without structure, we help them by automating a lot of that media management and core projects. So whether you‚Äôre working in Premiere, or Media Composer, or After Effects, or DaVinci, and all on standard IT storage. So that‚Äôs it.
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Larry Jordan is a 50-year veteran of media. Throughout his career, he has edited, produced, and directed at the local and network TV levels, and he‚Äôs done extensive work with corporate training videos. He started his namesake website, larryjordan.com, in 2003 and began using his extensive industry knowledge to educate current and aspiring media professionals. He has authored nine books and thousands of how-to articles on both production and post-production.
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