03.05.2004 12:00 PM
NAB Post|Production World Conference to offer training, insight
This year’s National Association of Broadcaster’s convention will host the first NAB Post|Production World Conference, co-produced with digital media educator Future Media Concepts.
The conference will provide those who attend with insight and training on digital video and film editing, news editing, compositing, special effects, Web design, DVD authoring, video encoding for DVD and streaming, sound design, digital imaging and tech support for digital facilities.
In all, conference organizers are planning on more than 160 sessions over the six-day event (April 16 – April 21). On April 16, Adobe will sponsor a pre-conference boot camp that will give media producers an opportunity to sharpen their skills.
Among the boot camp events will be courses covering Adobe After Effects, Photoshop and Premiere Pro, Avid Xpress Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro. The boot camp will be especially helpful for those making the transition to new editing applications or coming to video from a special effects background.
During the conference, a wide variety of topics and software applications will be covered, including:
Adobe After Effects, Encore, Photoshop and Premiere Pro;
Apple Final Cut Pro, Logic and Shake;
Avid DNA, Avid|DS HD,DS Nitris, LANshare, Media Composer Adrenaline, NewsCutter Adrenaline, Unity, Xpress Pro and Xpress Pro with Mojo;
Boris Continuum and Red;
Digidesign ProTools, Cleaner and Combustion;
Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks MX and Flash MX;
Quantel gQ, QCut, QEditPro and sQ Server;
Sonic Solutions DVD Producer.
Other conference highlights include; Spanish-speaking instructors for sessions covering Avid, Final Cut Pro and After Effects; a conference track entitled Inside the Creative Mind featuring leading industry figures demonstrating the aesthetic process; and the Individual Creative Excellence (ICE) Awards recognizing the best and brightest in the digital media arena.
Seating is limited and requires separate registration. For more information, please visit: www.nab.org.
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