July 10, 2009

SF Cutters: Tues July 21 at Delancey Street

The next SF Cutters meeting is Tuesday July 21 at the Delancey Street Screening Room in San Francisco, conveniently located near Brannan stop of the MUNI N and T lines, with free and paid parking along the street.

Due to increased costs the meeting is $15, and includes light refreshments, presentations, and a raffle ticket. Everyone has a fair chance of going home with a cool prize. The Raffle list is on the Eventbrite page and is being updated; signup online at july21.eventbrite.com.

Via Claudia Crask, speakers include:

Jesse Spencer FCP editor, on Multiple format edits in FCP - Working with Exotic Media
This is the second of lecture on Multiformat editing techniques... it will recap some info from the first lecture "Developing Strategies for Multiformat Editing" and will continue on to show easy diagnostic tricks you can use to evaluate Conversion options for multiformat editing.

Casey Bishop of Roland Systems, on field audio recording systems by Edirol
Casey will bring and demo some of the products in this line: R-4Pro, R-44, F-1, VC-50. Please take a look at Roland video products at www.edirol.com/video. Roland is co-sponsoring the Delancey St. Screening Room rental and refreshments.

Jason Hernandez the inventor of Eazydolly -- as mentioned by Stu Maschwitz on Twitter. It's a modified original version of a camera dolly and the movement reminds me of rails shots. You have to check this out. Highly portable, affordable and useful. And they will be giving one away!

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