• Friday, Jan. 8, 1999
Flatbedders: Back in the day, editors rolled up their sleeves and got physical.

When veteran editor Billy Williams first started cutting commercials and film projects, he invested in a standard Movieola. "I took the first 10 grand I made and bought that machine," Williams says. Then, in 1993, when Avid Technology became the standard for state-of-the-art...

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