Kevin Good is a professional editor and instructor that has worked with Final Cut for years. A few months prior to the current Final Cut shake-up, he made the leap to Adobe's Creative Suite to accommodate a project that needed intensive integration between Photoshop and After Effects. Now as many people consider what the changing editing platforms mean for their business, hear from someone who has been using both platforms on a daily basis for months.
This will be a 1-hour, FREE seminar at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts. Come hear from an pro Final Cutter what working between the two is like. Is Premiere capable? How difficult is it to learn? What does it do better? What does it do worse? Working with tape, tapeless, DSLR, Red, OMFs, EDLs, color grading, export formats? Hardware requirements? Performance? Learn what you need to save months of trial, error, and experimentation.
The talk will be a relaxed opportunity to ask questions, and chat with other area professionals about the changing landscape. This is not a sales pitch for any particular product; it's an opportunity to get a better picture of how Premiere CS5.5 compares to the various options out there, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities in using it.
Date: Sunday, August 7th
When: Seminar 11am-12pm (don't be late, we'll start on the dot); Q&A and open chat 12pm-1pm
Where: CDIA, 1055 Thomas Jefferson St. NW, Washington DC 20007 (plenty of free street parking on Sundays)
Kevin Good is a DC-based freelance director. He has worked on diverse projects from creating television pilots for Fox Television Studios to shooting interactive feature-length films for the U.S. Army. His work has been featured in the Independent TV Festival in Los Angeles, the New York Television Festival, the Cannes Film Festival, the Edinburgh International TV Festival, the Festival Internacional de Televisão in Rio de Janeiro, the Boston International Film Festival, and others. Kevin now balances his time between teaching, freelance production work, and developing his own crazy projects.
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