Come join us for the DVG 10 year anniversary!
Date(s): May 21, 2013
Join Digital Video Group and the industry's leading Broadcast manufacturers to discuss the latest in digital television technologies! Meet with vendors, and get hands on demonstrations! Manufacturers include Sony, Panasonic, Avid, JVC , Grass Valley, Canon, Hitachi, Facilis, Snell, Utah, and Harmonic just to name a few!
We will be offering door prizes and you must attend the show to be entered to win! DVG will also be celebrating our 10 year anniversary, come spend it with us!
Presenting the Atlanta Post Production Conference:
The ultimate broadcast media technical training conference geared specifically for sports TV, video, film and new media professionals: 2 days of intensive skill-building sessions to help your production output move from ordinary to legendary.
On a Mac, the sky’s the limit for creating professional video. With all the tools available though, it can be a daunting task to decide which ones offer the best solutions for combined efficiency and high-level results.
How can you effectively communicate your vision to clients and crew?
How should you calibrate your camera for multi-camera and green screen shoots?
Is it better to do your keying in After Effects, Motion, or Final Cut?
How should you set up your edit suite for efficiency and accuracy?
How do you manage large amounts of media and a multitude of formats for multiple software applications?
In Video Made on a Mac, you’ll learn the answers and much more. Chocked full of practical advice and step-by-step instructions, each chapter provides insight on the critical components of production and postproduction that can make all the difference when you’re up against a tight budget and schedule. The accompanying DVD supplies you with project files and high-definition footage so you can follow along with the examples, as well as 50 training videos. Whether you’re an advanced Mac user or just beginning to incorporate Adobe Creative Suite into your Final Cut Studio workflow, you’ll learn to apply best-practice techniques to all your video projects.