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Press Release: Guests Deliver Free Workshops at SMPTE

Free SMPTE Workshops Feature Leading International Presenters

International and local experts will present complimentary workshops during the SMPTE Conference and Exhibition in Sydney July 19-22 as part of Digistor's Theatrette on the exhibition show floor.

At the exclusive Digistor Theatrette, local and international presenters will deliver short, informative presentations/demonstrations covering the "hot topics" and latest products for the digital media industry. These sessions represent a rare opportunity to glean the knowledge and skills from specialists with real-world experience across multiple customers in many countries. What's more, they are free to attend.

The workshop booking form and full details can be found on the Digistor web site at Digistor at SMPTE 2011

International presenters include:

Michelle Munson, President, CEO & Co-Founder, Aspera

Topic: High-Speed Digital Transport for File-Based Assets Michelle is co-inventor of Aspera's fasp transport technology utilised in file-based workflows and high-speed digital transport technologies revolutionising media delivery.

Dan Mance, CEO, Dejero

Topic: Forget the Link/Satellite Truck -Broadcast Live via Standard 3G Networks Dan brings has over twenty years of leadership in the broadcast television industry to his role as CEO of Dejero. The Dejero LIVE platform provides live broadcast recording/transmission without the need for satellite links.

Tony Cacciarelli, Product Marketing Manager, AJA Video Systems

Topic: Going Tapeless With "Antiques Roadshow"
Tony is a post-production professional with 22 years of experience divided between working in product development and sales for technology manufacturers such as Avid, Softimage, Assimilate and AJA and as a creative online editor/graphics professional working on commercials, live events, awards shows, television and feature films.

John (Chopper) Harris, Marketing Director, root6
Topics: Automated File Based Workflows
Trained in electronic engineering, John worked at Abekas Video Systems, Ampex and Avid Technology and then co-founded root6 with a group of senior Avid staff 13 years ago. root6 is a leading supplier of creative technology to the UK's broadcasters, production houses and post production facilities developed ContentAgent, the company's proprietary transcoding and workflow management tool.

In addition to these sessions, Digistor has included topics that are at the forefront of the issues and product developments that need to be understood by industry professionals to help them make decisions for their organisations. These sessions include:

- Moving to a Disk -Based Content Repository
- The new Final Cut Pro X
- HD Portable Live Production
- Adobe Native Flow in Video Production
- Autodesk Smoke for Mac OS X
- Autodesk Animation and Creation

with specialist presenters from Autodesk, Adobe, Hitachi Data Systems and others.

Conveniently located on the show floor, attendees can plan a visit to SMPTE to correspond with the workshop sessions that interest them.

There is no charge for attendance, but Digistor encourages attendees to pre-book at Digistor at SMPTE 2011 to avoid disappointment and for the notification of timetable changes.

Digistor at SMPTE

The Digistor booth (G30) at SMPTE will feature the latest hardware and software for digital media creation, management, storage and delivery. Attended by visiting specialists from AJA, Aspera, Autodesk, NewTek, Adobe, Dejero, Hitachi Data Systems and others, visiting Digistor at SMPTE represents the best opportunity to discuss video, film, gaming, post-production, 3D stereoscopic and other applications with the experts.

Full details and booking forms are available at Digistor at SMPTE 2011

About SMPTE 2011

On 19-22 July 2011, Sydney Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, the SMPTE biennial Conference and Exhibition is the pre-eminent event for suppliers, technologists and content creators in the motion-imaging, sound and broadcast industries in the Australasian region. Maintain your competitive edge through exposure to the latest technologies, workflows and creative tools; and through ideas, key trends and case studies in the Conference programme.

More details are located at SMPTE Conference & Exhibition, Sydney 2011 Show | The Expo |

About Digistor

Established in 1990, Digistor is Australia's leading supplier of professionally supported solutions for the creation, management, storage and delivery of digital media. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, the company has a proud history of providing elegant solutions to their customers' production needs irrespective of complexity.

Digistor - Digital Media Solution Specialists > Home

For more information contact:

Mark Richards
Marketing Manager
Digistor Pty Ltd
02 9431 6005
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