MacVideo Expo, which takes place in London on October 18, is shaping up to be a jam-packed event -- and the agenda has just been announced. It kicks off at 4pm with a one-hour demonstration called Getting to Grips with Final Cut Pro X by MacVideo editor Rick Young; followed by an exhibitor showcase and networking. The main show kicks off at 6.30pm.
The event's guest speaker -- DP, director and filmmaker Philip Bloom -- will talk about how he decides which camera is most appropriate for different shooting situations. Philip will discuss and show footage shot with several different cameras, including the Panasonic AF101; Sony NEX-FS100; Sony PMW-F3; and Red Epic.
Other presentations to include Working with Thunderbolt Technology; Adobe Premiere Pro for Final Cut Pro switchers; Telestream encoding solutions; Blackmagic vision mixer technology and an in-depth panel discussion on the state of post-production on the Mac.
Featured on the panel is Barry Stevens - the man who edited Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody; he cut the Monty Python Pilot in 1969, which was then used as the first episode; Barry edited "200 Motels" in 12 days with Frank Zappa; and many Dr Who episodes, including "Dinosaurs in London" circa 1973. Don't miss the panel discussion!
4 - 5pm Rick Young presents Getting to grips with Final Cut Pro X -- A one-hour demonstration taking you through the core functions of Final Cut Pro X
5pm - Exhibitor showcase and networking.
6.30pm Main show kicks off with s panel discussion: The state of post-production on the Mac.
Chris Roberts, Barry Stevens, Jonathan Eric Tyrrell, Rick Young
Panel discussion: hosted by Chris Roberts, featuring Barry Stevens, Jonathan Eric Tyrrell, Rick Young. The state of post-production on the Mac: discussing Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer.
7.10pm Simon Walker presents Colour Grading in Premiere Pro - for those switching, or thinking of switching to Premiere Pro, this demo will show you how it’s done.
7.30pm Blackmagic Design: Latest products from Blackmagic Design, including the ATEM vision mixer range. The ATEM range of vision mixers provides a scaleable solution for multicamera production.
8.30pm G-Technology - a look at the Thunderbolt products announced by G-Tech at IBC + latest additions to the product range.
8.50pm Telestream - encoding solutions for the Mac platform. Telestream product specialist Johan Skaneby will discuss important features in Episode multiformat encoding software.
9.10pm Jonathan Richards - shooting with the Panasonic AG-AF101. From shooting out of helicopters, to set-up interviews, Jonathan will talk about and show footage to prove just what this camera is capable of.
9.30pm Guest Speaker: Philip Bloom
Choosing the right camera for different shooting situations
DP, Director and Filmmaker Philip Bloom, will talk about how he decides which camera is most appropriate for different shooting situations. Whether you choose a DSLR; a large sensor camcorder; or a more portable shooting solution, the choice comes down to which tool is best suited to the immediate job at hand.
Philip will discuss and show footage shot with several different cameras, including the Panasonic AF101; Sony NEX-FS100; Sony PMW-F3; and Red Epic. Philip Bloom is a master of composition, timelapse photography, and the production of moving images - his experience is evident just by by looking at his work www.philipbloom.net. Don’t miss this special presentation and learn shooting techniques from DP, Director and Filmmaker, Philip Bloom.