TUESDAY, JULY 21ST MEETING OF THE BOSTON FINAL CUT PRO USER GROUP
Our theme is on "New Advances in Tapeless Acquisition for the Field" and joining us will be: Don Peebles of Apple on ProRes and Podcast Producer; hands-on with AJA Ki Pro with Jay Ignaszewski of AJA, and JVC's Ken Freed on FCP Instant Editing with JVC GY-HM100 and GY-HM700U cameras. Our meeting will be recorded to QuickTime native files using these new JVC cameras.
Our featured guests will be Don Peebles of Apple
, Jay Ignaszewski of AJA
, and Ken Freed of JVC
. We're going to focus on understanding Apple's ProRes 422
and ProRes 422 HQ
codecs. We're going to give a hands-on demo of recording straight to ProRes
files using the AJA Ki Pro
. We'll also give a hands-on look at JVC's new GY-HM100
camcorders that record native QuickTime files - Professional 35Mbps recording onto inexpensive SDHC media that allows for Instant Editing
in Final Cut Pro 6. And if that is not enough, we're going to record the entire meeting in QuickTime using a JVC GY-HM100 and also show how to outfit the JVC GY-HM700U with a cine adapter
and a cine 16mm lense.
We welcome all in our editing, digital filmmaking and creative community to attend and to network with our featured guests and other fellow digital filmmakers as the BOSFCPUG continues its' mission to bring to Boston the best resources on digital filmmaking on the Macintosh. Thank you to all for continuing to be a valued part of our community.
***NOTE: please be sure to pre-register if you plan to attend, it will make the check-in process more efficient and allow us to get accurate numbers for seating and refreshments***
Complete meeting details to appear shortly.
BOSTON FINAL CUT PRO USER GROUP MEETING
DATE: Tuesday, July 21st
TIMES: 6:30PM - 9:30PM (Doors open at 6PM)
VENUE: Studio H
Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University
274 Moody Street
This meeting is sponsored in part by JVC
and the creative funky folk at Focal Press
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.