Our Producers & Directors provide our clients with the highest level of production. It is obvious at Rum Bum that we focus on projects with great musical value. However we not only shoot concerts and music videos. We also shoot TV commercials, TV shows, high quality webisodes, short films, feature length films, documentaries, rockumentaries, hip-hopumentaries, and all things in-between.
Rum Bum Film & HD Studios post production house is located in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Art District. Rum Bum has some of the latest equipment and gear to create the highest level of content. Our editors have experience cutting music videos, long format, documentaries and webisodes. Rum Bum maintains an open communication with our clients to ensure a desired final product according to our clients expectations.
Rum Bum’s post production house is split within two focused categories:
RED WORKFLOW:Part of our offline/dailies workflow consists of creating a first light in Red Cine-x or Da Vinci 9 and rendering the files out using the Red Rocket accelerated processing card.
After client approvals and picture lock we create an XML, AAF, EDL from one of our NLE’s and conform your project in our Da Vinci Color grading system. We grade using a Tangent Element board and monitor the image on our OLED 25″ Sony. After the color grade is complete we can either export as a round trip XML back into FCP7, Avid or simply create the final output from Da Vinci, in your preferred deliverable format.
Dedicated Fiber Uplink
Rum Bum Film & HD Studios can provide clients with the ability to send raw footage or files over a dedicated fiber connection. With available upload and download speeds reaching 1GB per second, we are one of the fastest solutions in Miami for productions companies to send footage over a secure network.
In today’s age of technology there are many lines being crossed. We have learned that digital distribution holds no boundaries. With more and more devices launching every year and video codecs constantly improving we are dedicated to providing clients with the most ground breaking technology. Currently we are one of few companies who are able to live stream your content across the internet at a true 1080P signal. We accomplish this with our own internal online production department.
|Our FILM & HD Rental facility provides state of the art HD cameras & lenses. Some of our cameras include the RED ONE, Sony F-900R, Iconix HD, Sony lipstick cameras, and Panasonic Varicam cameras. The list goes on and on. Download a price list and take a look for yourself. The best cameras in the world at great prices.
We are always updating our products to provide you with the latest HD technologies to increase your level of production. We are working first hand with companies like RED, Sony, and Panasonic to get their newest equipment as soon as it comes out.
Rum Bum Film & HD Studios offers a full production and post-production crew for a variety of film productions as well with a specialization on DIT services. Below you will find a list of the crew members we offer for productions:
|Cinematographers(DP)||UW Cinematographers||Production Designer|
|Camera Operator||1st Assistant Camera||2nd Assistant Camera|
|Media Manager||Camera PA’s||VTR Operator|
|Location Sound Technician||Production Manager||1st Assistant Director|
|2nd Assistant Director||Production Coordinator||Production Assistant|
|Production Security||Location Manager||Transportation Coordinator|
|Marine Coordinator||SFX Director||SFX Coordinator|
- Technical Director
- UW Cinematographers
- Production Designer
- Art Director
- Camera Operator
- 1st Assistant Camera
- 2nd Assistant Camera
- Media Manager
- Camera PA’s
- VTR Operator
- Location Sound Technician
- Production Manager
- 1st Assistant Director
- 2nd Assistant Director
- Production Coordinator
- Production Assistant
- Production Security
- Location Manager
- Transportation Coordinator
- Marine Coordinator
- SFX Director
- SFX Coordinator
- Graphics Editor
Digital Imaging Technician (DIT):
A digital imaging technician (DIT) works in collaboration with a cinematographer on work flow, systemization, signal integrity and image manipulation, to achieve the highest image quality and creative goals of cinematography in the digital realm.
A DIT’s role is especially prevalent with the widespread use of HD technology, in assisting cinematographers normally accustomed to film stock in achieving their desired look. They may also be in charge of transferring and managing the image data, replacing the traditional film loader position.
The Digital Imaging (or Image) Technician is a relatively new position on a motion picture set. It was created as a response to transition from the traditional film medium into digital cinema which utilize various formats like HD.
A Colorist is responsible for taking a completed edit either from an offline or an online and creatively effecting the image with color tones, vignettes and other techniques as well as simply balancing the image for a broadcast compliant program. Colorists work on programs such as short films, feature-length films,documentaries, reality shows, web content, and music videos. A Colorist can be responsible for recreating moods in a scene, whereas the scene may have started off with flat lighting, the Colorist is able to color the scene to fit the mood of the scene. Creating day for night, sunset moods and interior lighting falls into the craft of a Colorist as well. The toolset of the Colorist is a control panel with color wheels, lift, gamma, gain adjustment knobs and a variety of other buttons that give complete control over the image. One of the most important talents of a Colorist though, is the ability to work with clients( Producers, Directors, DPs) to create the best look and feel for the program while visually telling a story through Color.