October 18, 2008 in User Groups (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, CA - The next meeting of the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group (lafcpug) will be Wednesday, Oct 22 at the Gallery Theatre in Hollywood, CA beginning at 6:45PM. Scheduled to appear will be Kevin Wyatt from Baseline Studio Systems to talk about the Baseline Studio System, the entertainment industry's most powerful film and television credit resource.
Also scheduled to appear will be Josh Mellicker from DVCreators. Josh will show off the brand new "revolutionary, integrated application for encoding, uploading and publishing web video," DV Kitchen.
FCS Guru Andrew Balis will show the ins and outs of multi-format timelines in Final Cut Pro, and what's happening behind the scenes when you mix different formats together. Also, if time allows, show how to deal with SD anamorphic footage correctly.
Neil Smith and Aaron Peak of Hollywood DI, one of the leading Post Houses in Los Angeles, will show us and tell us all we need to know about everything we need to do before we deliver our movie to a post house for finishing.
Brad Wright, creator of DVDxDV and Veescope Live will debut his latest creation, Veescope Signals. Veescope Signals is a plug-in for Final Cut Pro that makes the job of color correcting, shot matching, and proofing your video easier than ever before. Veescope Signals displays the brightness, flesh tones, white points in the video in a series of specialized scopes that are overlaid directly on top of the image. Using these scopes a user can quickly identify the problem areas in the video and correct them.
The rest of the evening will consist of "Stump The Gurus," Show and Tells, and of course, World Famous Raffle. A $5.00 donation will be requested at the door. Doors open at 6PM. lafcpug meetings are open to the public. First come, best seat. For complete details including directions to the Gallery Theatre, visit the lafcpug website.
Founded in 2000, the Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group (lafcpug) is the largest UG in the world dedicated to the education and use of Apple Inc's Pro Applications. In addition, lafcpug co-produces the Annual FCPUG SuperMeets at both NAB and Macworld and IBC. Copyright 2000-2008 Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Final Cut are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.