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Old December 6th, 2010, 12:25 AM   #1
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Announcing the 10th Annual FCPUG San Francisco SuperMeet

The Agenda is coming along for the Tenth Annual San Francisco SuperMeet to be held once again at the Mission Bay Conference Center on Friday, January 28, 2011. And itís shaping up to be one of the best SuperMeets in years.

Tickets are on sale now for the "EarlyBird" price of only $10.00 each plus ticket fee and only $6.00 plus ticket fee for students with valid student ID. Which means if you plan to attend, then buy your ticket soon or you pay $15.00 after December 28, 2010 and $20.00 at the door. Hey, thatís enough money to buy 3 extra raffle tickets.

This event is expected to be the single largest Bay Area social gathering of digital filmmakers, content creators, FCS, Avid and Adobe Gurus and users in all of 2011.

In addition to a great show we will once again have a vendor area with over 25 software and hardware developers showing off their products and solutions. Plus the usual food and drink, networking opportunities and general mayhem.

SuperMeet Educational Workshops
Also, for the second time ever we will include SuperMeet Educational Workshops as part of the SuperMeet experience. Adobe has signed up for one*of the rooms and we are talking to others. Workshops during the day, and SuperMeet at night. Great way to spend a Friday in San Francisco. More on the Workshops in about 2 weeks.

Open Screen Theatre
You will be able to showcase your projects in what we are calling the "Open Screen Theater." Filmmakers wanting to get seen will have a a 10 minute chance to do so in an informal, collaborative setting in the Fisher Banquet Hall. We want those who are shooting with HDSLRS, camcorders, iphones and anything that makes video to screen your content and interact. Just show up and sign up, get up and show off.

So, whatís on the agenda?
We are excited to announce that Alex Lindsay of Pixel Corps and dvgarage will be joining us on stage. What is Alex going to show? Hah! Wait till next week, then we*will tell you. But we can tell you this; itís going to be a must see.

We are also pleased to tell you that we will have two giants of the FCP world on stage at the same time; Ripple Trainingís Steve Martin and FCS Guru and trainer of the FCP Trainers, Abba Shapiro. Itís been years since they have both appeared on stage with each other and you just donít get two more knowledgeable FCP Gurus than Abba and Steve. Bring a note pad because these two will give you tips and tricks not even the software designers know.

Plus we will have very special demos from Autodesk and AJA as well as Show and Tells from local Bay Area filmmakers. And yes, the World famous Raffle where we will give away once again, thousands of dollars worth of prizes to dozens of lucky winners. Oh, and MORE. Yes, MORE!

This is the premiere event in the Bay Area for digital filmmakers for all of 2011 so donít miss it.

Go to the SuperMeet web site for daily updates, directions to the MBCC, updates on the educational workshops and the ever growing list of raffle prizes and generous sponsors.

Attend a SuperMeet and see what is possible.

Tenth Annual San Francisco SuperMeet || Final Cut Pro User Group Network

See you in San Francisco on January. 28, 2011. We canít wait!
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Old January 14th, 2011, 12:01 AM   #2
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Registration for FREE SuperMeet Workshops, Jan 28 in San Francisco now open

Registration for the FREE SuperMeet Workshops to be held at the Mission Bay Conference Center on Friday, Jan 28 in San Francisco as part of the 10th Annual FCPUG SuperMeet is now open

Currently we have several workshop sessions from Adobe and Blackmagic Design, Avid and Canon to choose from. Choose carefully and read the descriptions carefully. You will be sorry if you don't. Some of these classes are already filled up

- Adobe will be hold three DIFFERENT ninety minute workshops. 10:30AM - 12:00PM, 12:30PM - 2:00PM, 2:30PM - 4:00PM

- Avid will present three identical workshops on Avid Media Composer for the FCP User. 10:30AM - 12:00, 12:30PM - 2:00PM, 2:30PM - 4:00PM

- Blackmagic Design will present three identical one hour workshops on Resolve. One copy of "Blackmagic Design Resolve for Mac" will be given away at the end of each BMD Resolve workshop. 11:30AM - 12:30PM, 1:00PM - 2:00PM, 2:30PM - 3:30PM

- Canon will present three identical ninety minute workshops on the basics of using DSLRs for moving images. 10:00 - 11:30AM; 1200: - 1:30 PM; 2:00 - 3:30 PM

You may choose only three workshop sessions so choose carefully and make sure that the times of the workshops you do choose do not over lap each other

SF2011 SuperMeet Free Workshops Please make your own... - Eventbrite

While you are there, buy a ticket to the SuperMeet. It is teh SuperMeet ticket sales that allow us to offer these FREE workshops.

The agenda for the SuperMeet will be finalized soon so keep checking the SuperMeet web site for daily updates. It’s going to be a heck of a show and we can't wait.

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Old January 18th, 2011, 11:26 PM   #3
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Kevin Jardin and John Stark, will present their video "I The Pro Res Maker"

Just added! Kevin Jardin and John Stark, will present their video "I The Pro Res Maker" at the SuperMeet, Jan 28 in SF. You don't want to miss this. Tenth Annual San Francisco SuperMeet || Final Cut Pro User Group Network
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 11:46 PM   #4
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Agenda set for San Francisco SuperMeet, Jan. 28, 2011

The agenda is now set for the 10th Annual FCPUG San Francisco SuperMeet. Gong to be a hell of a show.

Here are the highlights.

- The New Up: "Bitch"
"Bitch," from the San Francisco indie band, "The New Up," is one of the first music videos shot on a DSLR. Director of Photography Peggy Peralta and Final Cut Pro editor Albert Lopez will show the music video and share the workflow.

- AJA Video Systems presents "Post In A Flash"
Tony Cacciarelli, AJA Video Systems Product Marketing Manager, will show you
just how simple and intuitive the KiPro Mini ProRes Recorder is to configure
and capture clips directly to Apple Pro Res files, simplifying your entire
workflow in the process!

- Autodesk presents Smoke on Mac OS X
Josh Courtney, Founder/Chairman of VODA brands, will join Autodeskís Marc
Hamaker to show how Autodesk Smoke for Mac can deliver high-quality finished
content across multiple platforms. Youíll see how Smoke helped Seattle-based
VODA studios take on challenging new projects and expand their offerings from traditional photography work to retail video and commercial post production.

- Canon presents Michael Blieden, staff writer/director/DP for NBC's "Late
Night With Jimmy Fallon"
Michael Blieden recently shot the acclaimed opening to the 2010 EMMY Awards
starring Jimmy Fallon with the Canon XF305 Professional Camcorder and Michael intends to prove that, ďYes you can use autofocus and still call yourself a D.P.Ē

- "I The Pro Res Maker" - Kevin Jardin and John Stark
Kevin Jardin and John Stark of Beast San Francisco will present their now
viral music video, "I The Pro Res Maker" which was shot in about an hour,
edited in about an hour and color corrected and uploaded to YouTube an hour
later.

- What's Happening in 3D Production? - Alex Lindsay
Alex Lindsay of Pixel Corps will show you how to shoot your first 3D scene
and what to watch for. Along the way, Alex will show how to composite Stereo
3D plates from live feeds, without an Avatar budget.

- Best of the Best: Tips, Tricks, and Secret Techniques in FCP 7 - Abba
Shapiro and Steve Martin!
Final Cut Studio Gurus Abba Shapiro and Steve Martin team up to return to the stage to bring you a tour de force of hidden new features in FCP 7 as well as classic tricks to make you edit faster and smarter.

Then there is "World Famous Raffle" with close to $50,000 worth of prizes including an AJA KiPro Mini ProRes Recorder, 3 copies of Blackmagic Design Resolve, NLE software, hard drives, plug-ins and much, much more.

Hope lots of you can make it.

10th Annual FCPUG San Francisco SuperMeet
Friday, January 28, 2011
Robertson Auditorium, Mission Bay Conference Center

Doors open 4PM

Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for Students and are available here:

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