June 15, 2009 in User Groups (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, CA - The Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group, (lafcpug) will celebrate its 9th Anniversary on Wednesday, June 17 at the Gallery Theater in Hollywood, CA beginning at 7PM. Founded in 2000 by Michael Horton and a small team of dedicated video and film professionals the lafcpug has grown from a small group of about 40 people in 2000 into a organization of over 6,000 members world wide and is considered the single largest Final Cut Pro User Group in the world.
To help celebrate the 9th birthday lafcpug will welcome Owen Walker from Adobe who will demo RED/Adobe Premiere Pro 4.1 workflow. Owen will also show some of the new features in Premiere Pro 4.1.
SmartSound's Stephanie Joyce will show the new Sonicfire Pro 5 Plug in for Final Cut Pro. The new Sonicfire Pro plug in provides Final Cut users with true round tripping via a seamless integration that reads and imports your FCP timeline markers.
Motion 3 Guru Andy Neil will demo Motion's graphical design capabilities and how to animate those graphics with behaviors. He'll also show how simple but powerful tools like replicators can be used to recreate complicated special effects like the transporter from the new Star Trek film.
DVD Guru Bruce Nazarian will make a VERY special announcement on the world of Blu-ray license fees. Rounding out the evening will be Stump the Gurus, Show and Tell, World Famous Raffle and the ever present cake with candles.
lafcpug meetings are open to public and doors open at 6:00PM. A $5.00 donation will be requested at the door. For complete details and a directions to the Gallery Theater, visit the lafcpug web site.
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.