AFTER 4PM TICKET SALES WILL BE AT THE DOOR
IF STUDENT - BRING STUDENT ID TO GET IN FOR FREE
Important Directions info for all attending tonite's BOSFCPUG workflow mixer at
DIRECTIONS: Travel Rt 9 west from Brookline Village for about a 1/4 of a mile. The New England Institute of Art will be on the right. Take the right just before the school, down a little hill and then turn left and wait for the gate to the garage to open. Parking will underneath the building, elevators/stairs local in parking garage to the first floor.
Wednesday, November 19, 2009
7:30PM - 10PM (doors open at 7pm)
Includes PIZZA & refreshments plus 1 raffle ticket to Big Dig Raffle (See updated raffle list *Below*!)
**SPECIAL Raffle Item: FREE Pass to Editors Retreat 2010**
BOSFCPUG MEMBERS: $4 to attend
STUDENTS RECEIVE FREE ADMISSION: contact us for a FREE discount code to use at checkout
**Remaining tickets at the door if any, will be $8 cash, exact bills appreciated
- Full Raffle details IN PROGRESS - RECONFIRMING : Items changing
- Once prize per person - prize may be exchanged, but one prize per person per meeting
- Everyone needs to carry photo ID, Students must carry school ID
- One raffle ticket provided at entry (additional tickets will be sold at additional cost).
Location: New England Institute of Art, Room 120-121, 303 Boylston St., Brookline, MA
Digital Filmmakers, Producers, Editors, students!
BOSFCPUG is sponsored by
And we've got engaging gurus for this month's meeting who understand:
- Ned Soltz, Contributing Editor of Videography and DV Magazine & moderator of www.2-pop.com
- Gary Pontore of TekServe
- Jay Ignaszewski, AJA Video Systems
- Loren Miller, NeoTron Design
Filmmakers, editors, producers, students and storytellers:
Mark Thursday, November 19th in your social calendars to get out of your edit suites and production offices to network with the BOSFCPUG and with our special guests!
DATE: Thursday, November 19th
TIMES: 7:30PM - 10PM (Doors open at 7PM)
Event Directions: http://www.artinstitutes.edu/boston/AboutUs/MapsDirections.aspx
Running for 4 days and 3 nights, the Editors Retreat offers advanced sessions on post, visual and audio techniques and features valuable insight into emerging trends and technologies. An equal amount of time is devoted to discussing the creativity, craft and business practices of successful editors.
Plus, with a $400 dollar discount for all BOSFCPUG members, as well as over $4,500 dollars in free software and prizes to each attendee, your Editors Retreat 2010 trip more than pays for itself!
- Magic Bullet Trapecode Suite - Red Giant Software
- "FCP Suite" bundle (Pro Export FCP & Pro Import FCP) - Automatic Duck
- SurCode for DTS-HD Suite, (encode audio for Blu-ray Disc like a pro) - DTS
- ShotPut Pro version 2.0 - Imagine Products
- ProxyMill version 2.0 - Imagine Products
- idustrial revolution ParticleMetrix - Noise Industries
- idustrial revolution Decimal Counter - Noise Industries
- "Final Cut Pro Power Skills" - Larry Jordan
- 1 month FREE rental of any or all Genarts Plug-ins - Genarts
- Copy of RED: The Ultimate Guide to Using the Revolutionary Camera - Peachpit
- (2) Video Made on a Mac: Production and Postproduction Using Final Cut Studio and Adobe Creative Suite - Peachpit
- "Fast Path to Blu-ray for Mac" - Bruce Nazarian
- 2 free Stock Footage Clips - Artbeats
- Mocha for Final Cut - Imagineer Systems
- 1 seat of Nveil video filters for FCP & Motion - Nveil
- $200 towards MotionVFX Templates - MotionVFX
- QC Effects for FCP and Motion - QC-Effects
- 2 free Stock Footage Clips - Footagehead.com
- A Guide to Creating Video for the Web - Creative Cow
- Getting Organized in Final Cut Pro - Creative Cow
- $200 free Stock Footage Clips - Pond5
- Copy of UserMatic - EditGroove
- Motion Graphics templates and Effects - SugarFX
- Copy of VeeScope Live - VeeScope Live
- $100.00 off or towards any Digital Heaven products - Digital Heaven
- Copy of DVDxDVPro - DVDxDV
- Keyboard KeyGuide - Neotron
But when not devoting time to user groups, Ned shoots, edits and consults on hardware, software and video-related gear. He is a contributing editor of Videography Magazine and DV Magazine, and is one of the moderators of the 2-pop.com web site. His monthly column Instant Expert appears in DV magazine in addition to numerous product review articles and feature stories. Ned has also written for SuperMag and co-authored 1 book on After Effects and 2 books on FCP with the now-defunct Friends of Ed publisher and was technical editor of Motion Graphics and Effects in Final Cut Pro by Kevin Monahan, published by Peachpit Press. His wife loves it when he talks techie. Ned can be reached at his website.
started out in this business fifteen years ago working as an assistant
editor, shortly thereafter finding his space as an editor at a small
boutique production/post-production house in Rhinebeck, NY while
attending Bard College. Very quickly into his hands-on training Gary
realized that the technology side of the post-production business was
meant for him. Since then Gary has worked as an Editor, Sales Engineer,
DVD Author and Compressionist, Demo Artist, Animator, Post-Production
Supervisor and Integration Specialist.
Gary’s palette of broadcast, editorial and industry experience include: The Criterion Collection, Have Inc., Sony Music Studios, WCW, Disney’s World Of English, Accom, Apple, Avid, Discreet, Fast Multimedia, Media 100, Pinnacle Systems, and Spruce Technologies to name a few. Gary has earned the following awards and recognitions for his editorial work: a Cine Golden Eagle, three Eclat Awards, a Wilbur Award, and a Gold Houston Worldfest Award. Some of Gary’s most recent and recognized credits include: DVD Compressionist/DVD Author/Post-Production Supervisor on 2008 Grammy Nominated R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet Chapters 13-22”; Multicam Post-Supervisor on 2007 Platinum Record Awarded R. Kelly’s “Live Light It Up Tour DVD”; DVD Compressionist for 2006 R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet Chapters 1-12,” and DVD Author on 2005 Grammy Nominated Martin Scorsese’s “The Blues Film Series.”
Gary now brings this palette to Tekserve, where he’s looking forward to helping not just film & broadcast companies in the Northeast but also corporations move towards an Apple centric solution. Gary takes the time to listen, brainstorm, and view each customer relationship as a partnership in order to come up with a solution that is best for the customer. Gary wants to help people make an educated decision instead of an impulsive one.
For years Loren edited on 16mm and 35mm film. Certified in 1994 on Avid and in 1999 adding Final Cut Pro to his skill set, he has worked as staff editor on Antiques Roadshow for PBS and as a freelance editor on other series for PBS, HGTV, Discovery Channel, South African Broadcasting Company, and others. Loren has beta-tested editing software for Avid and Apple, and develops KeyGuideTM professional placemats for intermediate and advanced editors. Loren currently produces independent documentary work, and serves as editor for professional clients of all kinds. He teaches editing at Emerson College in Boston. Reach him any- time at email@example.com.
When & Where
Boston Final Cut Pro User Group
ABOUT BOSTON FINAL CUT PRO USER GROUP - BOSFCPUG
The Boston Final Cut Pro User Group is a story driven community of Final Cut Studio, Avid and Adobe editors, HDSLR and digital filmmakers and broadcast professionals focusing on the craft of editing and related tools for digital cinema and distribution.
Globally connected and ready to collaborate, BOSFCPUG provides both membership opportunities and education about digital content creation on the Macintosh. For 2011, we will continue to bring talented, top industry professionals and creatives to Boston not only to show How but to share Aesthetics.
Connect with the BOSFCPUG at: http://www.bosfcpug.org
ABOUT THE BOSTON DSLR MEETUP
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