October Event: Experts Share Tips, Tricks, and Tools
October Zoom Webinar
Thursday, October 22nd
5:45 – 6:00 Connect via Zoom
6:00 – 7:30 Zoom Webinar
All-Star Panelist’s Join MMP for a Special Program…Tips, Tricks and Gear Insights from some of the Nation’s top Media Pros!
Join us on October 22 nd as All-Star Panelists share tips, tricks and tools for editing, animation and remote production workflows. Be sure and stick around for the end of the event when we give away a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
Oliver Peters is a seasoned national pro and is a prolific editor and writer on all things video and film. Oliver will discuss remote workflows for editors working from home. Collaboration methods, such as Postlab, Adobe Team Projects and more. Plus a few of his favorite remote review-and-approval sites, like Frame.io. He will talk about ways to “dial in” to your office set-up, like Jellyfish Remote, HP Zcentral Remote Boost (formerly RGS), TeamViewer. Even tips on how to setup your home editing set-up/suite, including types of gear, lighting for grading, displays, etc.
Rob Birnholz is a popular After Effects Demo artist who has been using AE since version 1.0. He’ll be showing a few of his favorite plug ins and scripts, as long as he can narrow that down to a list that can be covered in just 20 minutes!
Steve Kowanaki got into the field of AV very young and has had professional jobs in broadcasting, corporate video production and event AV since 1988. Self-employed for the last 30 years, Steve’s seen internet speeds go from 14.4Kbps (who has that sound stuck their head now?) to 3Gbps all in an effort to share information. He’ll cover remote workflows for your next production during Covid guidelines.
The night will include moderated discussion with MMP Past President, Rich Rubasch, followed by an open Q&A from participants.
Pricing: Free for all!
Links provided by Oliver Peters
Articles written by Oliver Peters
Links provided by Steve Kownacki
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