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Media Management and File Based Workflows at the Nov. 9th LAPPG Meeting

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Classifieds' started by Los Angeles Post Production Group, Oct 30, 2011.

  1. You are invited to join us for the next Los Angeles Post Production Group Meeting on November 9th at 7pm at the Showbiz Store & Cafe in Los Angeles.

    Will Pisnieski, VP of Post Production at Authentic Entertainment will discuss Authentic's plan to transition away from traditional DVCPro tape to a completely file based workflow. He'll also explore why Authentic is considering abandoning their Final Cut Pro workflow that they've spent the past 10 years developing.

    Rorke Data's Strawberry Demo

    And hot off the heels of winning a Pick Hit Award at IBC, Daryl Heinis and Teresa McPhearson from Rorke Data will present their award winning integrated file based workflow solution called Strawberry. We'll find out what the industry is buzzing about when we have the opportunity to see all the facets of this powerful software including project management, project sharing, asset database and searching, team management and a morphing file system. Strawberry enables the same type of bin locking and media sharing as Unity, but brings this to Adobe and FCP as well as Avid. You won't want to miss this!

    $5.00 is requested at the door. We will have our amazing giveaway as always including an Adobe Premiere Pro! Must be present to win!

    Location:
    Showbiz Store & Caf�©
    500 Sepulveda Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90049


    For more info or to register to attend visit:
    http://lappgmeetingnovember9th.eventbrite.com/

    Los Angeles Post Production Group

    Showbiz Store & Café
    500 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Ground Floor
    Los Angeles, CA USA
    http://www.lappg.com
     
  2. Mike_V

    Mike_V Moderator Staff Member

    Aw man, that looks really interesting.
    I'm on set on the ninth though [​IMG]
    I'm also working on the R3d workflow. Would've been awesome to get some hands on knowledge on file based workflow.
     

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