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Atomic Betty was produced by an awesome crew that I had the pleasure of
joining at Atomic Cartoons. I worked as IT manager and Final Cut Pro
editor for the first season and I had a blast. It was a roller coaster
to keep pace with the raw creativity that poured out of the artists.
One minute the hard drives would fill up with another hundred gigs and
I'd have to shovel some more space into the artistic boiler. Next
minute I'd realize there was another hundred gigs of art to edit. The
finished product is something we were all very proud of.
Atomic Betty is a show I wish I could watch as a child again, but even
as an adult working on it, sometimes editing the same scenes over and
over again, I never got tired of it. I watched the tapes as they were
laid not only to ensure there were no errors but also because the
action and laughs kept me hooked all the way through.
Thanks to everyone who I worked with on Atomic Betty, and thanks to
everyone who watches it today.
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