We are excited to announce that our Ocober meeting will be our next joint-meeting between the Boston Final Cut Pro User Group and the Boston AVID Users Group - BAVUG. Please join us for this exciting event.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: - 6:30pm - 7:00pm| Check-In & Networking Come early to check-in, purchase your raffle tickets, and socialize.
- 7:00 - 8:00pm| Apple Color Commercial Workflow: For projects originating in Avid, grading in Apple Color and finishing in Autodesk Flame" Alex Bickel will take through the workflow for a commercial project, from ingest to output, and talk about the challenges, solutions and reasons for moving a project across multiple platforms. Using the latest ad campaign for the NYSE as a case study, he will share pro workflow tips to make sure your next conform and finish go smoothly. Finally, he'll take us through a few grades in color, demonstrating how he approaches a scene during a session, dissecting the frame into pieces to tell a stronger story through color.
ABOUT ALEX BICKEL: Colorist Alex Bickel brings incredible creative insight and sensitivity to light and color for all of his projects. Alex’s credits include commercial projects for Jaguar, Old Navy, NYSE, Hyatt, Schwab, and the Atlantic Weekly, to name a few. He won the 2008 Hollywood Post Alliance award for outstanding color grading in a commercial for his work on the Jaguar XF campaign. He has also graded several independent feature films including the 2008 Independent Spirit Award nomineeQuiet City. He currently heads up the Color department for Outside Editorial in Soho, NYC.
- 8:00 - 9:00pm | Avid and Final Cut Pro Collaborative Workflows with EditShare
Andy Liebman, Founder and CEO, EditShare Jeff Herzog, Product Manager, EditShare
EditShare has developed a line of products that enable smart workflow and collaboration at all stages of post production, from ingest to editing to archiving. Andy and Jeff will bring the newest releases of EditShare Flow, XStream and Ark and demonstrate how EditShare's solutions work in a real-world shared workflow, with multiple editors ingesting and sharing media and projects. They will show how editors can use:
EditShare Flow to ingest files simultaneously in Avid or Final Cut Pro/Premiere formats and browse clips anywhere in your facility.
Ethernet-based EditShare XStream Storage to manage and share SD to uncompressed HD media, regardless of the platform or application (Avid, FCP, Premiere, Pro Tools, 2K, etc)
EditShare True Project Sharing to share clips, projects, and bins effortlessly whether you're working in Avid or Final Cut Pro.
EditShare Ark to effortlessly backup and archive your EditShare media and projects.
In the spirit of bringing together Avid and FCP editors, the pair will also demonstrate the ground breaking EditShare Universal Media Files technology, which allows editors to capture ONE set of media files that can be read by both Avid and Final Cut Pro NLE's. These clips can be edited into sequences that can be freely exchanged between Avid and FCP with no re-rendering re-linking, or transcoding required.
ABOUT EditShare LLC EditShare LLC is the pioneer of a new category of collaborative editing solutions designed for digital media workgroups and production companies. The EditShare system fuels the collaborative creative process for digital media artists by delivering high-quality, high-performance, and cost-effective networked collaborative editing solutions.For more information, please visit www.editshare.com.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND Video editors, motion graphics professionals, independent filmmakers, wedding video specialists, producers, students, teachers, web masters, nonlinear editing or compositing software users, those who are interested in learning more about digital video on the Macintosh.
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