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Old February 5th, 2012, 06:18 PM
Simonn2011 Simonn2011 is offline
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Carnival does require a tec background and so do RCCL, you need to be more interested in actual camera work and editing aswell as maintenance and fault finding. Carnival are in the process of changing to the adobe range for editing and they're using JVC's pro-sumer range for HD acquisition, i'd be surprised if any line were using FCP but RCCL use AVID (Basic version's but still industry spec)

To my knowledge (which is only with Carnival & RCCL) you must go in on the ground floor, shooting and editing then if successful making your way upto A/V Manager where you'll then be able to have more of a creative input but the cruise director will always have final say on any ideas (they are the boss after all)
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