AZ Final Cut Pro User Group Meeting! Thursday, 12/07
by Scott Anderson on Nov 30, 2006 at 10:52:16 pm
Mark your calendar for the next meeting of the Arizona Final Cut User Group:
Thursday, December 7th
Scottsdale Community College, 9000 E. Chaparral Road, Scottsdale
Final Cut Pro Lab, Room LC-410
6:00 - 9:00pm.
This is a HANDS-ON meeting! There are several Final Cut Pro workstations available for you to demo the two programs we'll be showcasing. If you are interested in getting some hands on experience, be sure to bring a set of headphones with you! That way, multiple members can demo at the same time.
Stephanie Joyce from SmartSound will be in the house to show us the NEW release: award-winning Sonicfire Pro 4 software with Mood Mapping. Using Sonicfire Pro 4, you can find any style of professional-quality music, automatically cut it to ANY length with a real beginning and button ending, pick from a full list of different musical arrangements and now with Mood Mapping, you have full control over every instrument! Duck the horns, punch up the strings, make a drum & bass groove...it's all possible now. This is not a looping solution and it's not MIDI based...it's your new secret weapon. It works with Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack to export a finished fine-tuned music score right into your projects, giving you a professional result every time
Join us and see for yourself. Someone will win a copy in the raffle and there will be a special offer for attendees.
Bill Davis of Videocraft Workshop will demonstrate his "Start Editing Now", an interactive editing workshop that truly creates a new paradigm for teaching editing skills.
This two DVD instructional workshop is the perfect training program for anyone interested in developing and improving their video editing skills. Through the innovative use of Start Editing Now's "Multi-Track Movies", you can use the professionally shot video clips provided to create your own mini movies as you control the characters, and the storyline, through the editing process.
In addition to creating more than 300 video productions through his own company in the past 15 years, Bill Davis has written more than 100 articles over the past 10 years for Videomaker Magazine, one of the industry's leading publications. He is currently a Contributing Editor for Videomaker and writes the popular "Timeline" column each month.
The Videocraft Workshop series will allow you to take advantage of editing tips and techniques gleaned from years of experience