|Digital CONNtent Creators, Tripeg Studios & AJA Video Systems Present: |
Monday and Tuesday, September 21 & 22, 2009
2155 State Street
Hamden, CT 06517 (Google Map)
5:00 PM Doors Open with vendor exhibition and refreshments
Workshops 6:30PM to 9:30PM both evenings
BOSFCPUG invites you to be part of a major 2-day workshop event for both field and post-production artists focusing on the acquisition and workflow of tapeless HD media.
DAY ONE: Emphasis on Acquisition and Field Techniques
DAY TWO: Emphasis on Media Management, Codecs and Post Production Workflow Solutions
Special Presenters For Both Evenings:
Jay Ignaszewski, AJA Video Systems
Steve Whatley, Adobe Systems Inc.
Ken Freed, JVC
Dan Berube, BOSFCPUG
Patrick Inhofer, finiTV
Guy Jaconelli, Video Evolution, LLC
Matt Bradbury, Bradbury Digital
Keith Larsen, RKL Pictures
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE (subject to change)
Proposed Curriculum for Monday, September 21, 2009 - 6:30pm to 9:30 pm
• 6:30pm - 7:05pm - Codecs, Formats, and Compatability--Oh My!
This class will serve as an introduction to modern tapeless workflows. With all the confusion surrounding all of the newest compression formats and which systems work best with which formats, one can only hazard a guess what to do with it all.
We'll try to ease your pain...
Presenters: Keith Larsen, Matt Bradbury, and Guy Jaconelli
• 7:05 - 8:00pm - Choosing a Camera / Tapeless Workflow in the Field
Choosing a Camera / Tapeless Worksflow in the Field will cover the fundamentals of different formats and codecs for shooting video on a tapeless set or in the field. Learning the differences in each manufacturer’s products and how it affects post will be a major
topic covered in this class. Other topics will include various shooting styles in a tapeless environment and techniques for downloading and preserving media in the field, including solutions such as AJA’s KiPro. We will also outline the costs involved in a tapeless world
and compare them to various modern tape-based mediums and traditional acquisition options.
Presenters: Ken Freed, Dan Berube, Jay Ignaszewski, Guy Jaconelli, Matt Bradbury
• 8:00 - 8:20pm - Choosing Storage and Media Management 101
Storage and Media Management is one of the key components when shooting tapeless. This class will cover the basics of storing media from downloading on set all the way through post-production and archiving digital media. We will explore storage solutions
for a variety of applications and introduce the concept of using RAID arrays for storage, which will also be covered in-depth in
Media Management 201.
Presenters: Dan Berube, Matt Bradbury
• 8:20 - 8:30pm - BREAK
• 8:30 - 9:30pm - Prepping for Post-Production via Pre-Production / Q&A Panel
In this new age of formats and choices, the workflow and decision making process for post-production actually begins before shooting frame one of your project. Topics covered in this class will include advanced techniques and tools for downloading and organizing tapeless footage a steps to follow from pre-production through post. Adobe's Steve Whatley will be demonstrating some revolutionary new ways to use metadata from script to distribution, as well as using OnLocation in the field. Following Prepping for Post-Production, we will go right into a panel Q&A covering all the topics discussed over the course of the night.
Presenters: Steve Whatley, Keith Larsen, Dan Berube
Q&A Panel: Steve Whatley, Ken Freed, Dan Berube, Guy Jaconelli, Matt Bradbury, Keith Larsen
Proposed Curriculum for Tuesday, September 22, 2009 - 6:30pm to 9:30 pm (Raffle to Follow)
• 6:30pm - 7:00pm - A Radical New Way to Post...
Day two will start by looking at the new way to handle your media as you transition into post-production. We now produce media in the “Wild, Wild, West” of the high-definition world, and we'll delve into some new ways of implementing the madness into YOUR workflow!
Presenters: Ken Freed, Dan Berube, Guy Jaconelli, Matt Bradbury
• 7:00 - 7:20pm - Choosing Storage and Media Management 201
Media Management 201 picks up where 101 leaves off. This class will cover advanced media management techniques including utilization of RAID arrays as storage systems for projects large and small, as well as archiving and future-proofing projects in a tapeless workflow. We will examine various types of RAID arrays and take a look at the use of shared area networks for storage solutions on large projects.
Presenters: Dan Berube, Keith Larsen, Matt Bradbury
• 7:20 - 7:30 pm BREAK
• 7:30- 8:30 pm - Logging, Importing, and Revolutionary Workflow!
This section of the workshop will explore importing tapeless media into various non-linear editing solutions and examine the difference in workflow by also implementing hardware solutions from AJA. Watch as Adobe CS 4 Production Premium opens new doors for
round trip workflows and even assists all of you Final Cut Pro editors by tying in with a Final Cut import! This, you have to see...
Presenters: Steve Whatley, Jay Ignaszewski, Ken Freed, Dan Berube
• 8:30 - 9:30pm - Color Correction for HD and Q&A Panel
Very rarely does each and every image that comes from the camera in the field have perfect color and a stylized look that fits the mood of your show. We’ll dive in with expert Colorist Patrick Inhofer and learn some great ways to make the finished product look stunning! We will cover HD color correction workflows from a wide variety of sources, from P2 to RED One. Following Color Correction for HD, we will go right into a panel Q&A covering all the topics discussed over the course of the night.
Presenters: Patrick Inhofer
Q&A Panel: Steve Whatley, Ken Freed, Dan Berube, Guy Jaconelli, Matt Bradbury, Keith Larsen, Patrick Inhofer
• 9:30 - 10:00pm - “Michael Vitti Big Prize Raffle”
Prizes will be listed as they accumulate here on the Digital CONNtent Creators site.
Prices for Workshop:
One Night Only Price - $12.50
Both Nights Price - $20.00
Students are eligible for 50% off prices with scholastic discount code. (Have your teacher contact us)
BOSFCPUG, NYMoPictive and NYAEUG members can receive a discount code by emailing us. FREE Shuttle Service is going to be provided to and from the New Haven Train Station on both evenings.
EARLY BIRD ADMISSION -- SPECIAL RAFFLE!
Digital CONNtent Creators is excited to announce our "First 50" Special Prize Raffle! The first 50 people who register for the HD/Tapeless Workflow Workshop will receive a scratch-off ticket entry, provided by All Access Passes,into an exclusive prize drawing for the new AJA Ki Pro, valued at $4,000!!
**Must be a 2-night ticket purchase to be eligible**
Don't miss your chance...register today!
Register Here for Tickets
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