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MEWShop to offer free training at CCW

August 21, 2013
MEWShop to offer free training at CCW
NEW YORK — Manhattan Edit Workshop will offer free training to attendees of the CCW conference (www.CCWExpo.com), which is set to take place November 13 and 14 in New York City. The range of workshops will focus on acquisition, editing, 4K and color correction.

“Digital Cinema Evolved - The Journey from 4K DSLR/RAW to Art”
With the barriers to entry for 4K and RAW shooting much easier to hurdle, the question remains as to how we best harness the power of these new cameras to create great art. Cinematographer and technologist Jem Schofield takes attendees on a tour of the latest in affordable RAW camera acquisition options — from Canon's EOS line to the Blackmagic Cinema series and the Digital Bolex — then delves into the process of transforming that footage into unique works of art. (VIP Code CCG42)

“Smoke 2013 - Editing and Finishing on One Platform”
With Smoke 2013, Autodesk offers an all-in-one editing and finishing program that fits into today's demanding post workflows. Join Autodesk-certified trainer Amy Leland as she examines the features and advantages of this solution.

“Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Live Streaming (But Were Afraid to Ask)”
From live streaming with your tablet to using it as a control pad and everything in between, it's never been more cost-effective to deliver content to your audience at broadcast quality. Technologist and filmmaker Josh Apter will demonstrate the concept of "Padcasting.” Josh will take attendees through the quick setup and discuss best practices and technology as well as explain the immense benefits live streaming brings broadcasters, corporations, educators and more.
(VIP Code CCG42)

“NLE Wars Part II - A World Without Seven”
Two and a half years after the end of FCP 7, freelancers and post facilities are finally making the inevitable switch. We'll hear from industry pros using Avid, Premiere and FCP X, and find out why they switched and how their work has changed in a "world without 7."

“Blackmagic Design: from Camera to Color Correction”
Josh Apter and Ned Soltz test-drive the much buzzed about Blackmagic Cinema Camera. They were impressed with the footage. Now armed with Blackmagic's new Cinema Pocket Camera, Josh and Ned have shot and color corrected a new film. They will share with CCW conference attendees Blackmagic's impressive acquisition formats and the finishing power of Resolve 10.

Qualified end-users may attend all of the sessions free of charge. 
Register using the VIP Code CCG42 to apply for a free full conference pass.

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