The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of May 20: Ken Ray, August Trometer, Blackmagic Design, Podcasts
Ken Ray and August Trometer of the The SecureMac Podcast will visit a California group to talk two-factor authentication on the top of this wee’s MUG Event Calendar.
Blackmagic Design will be visiting a Los Angeles creative pro group to give an in-depth presentation on Divinci Resolve, and a Michigan will be delivering their second meeting on podcasts.
Your group’s events could appear on The MUG Event Calendar if you make a little effort. Put a note on your schedule for the first of the month and email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center.
The week’s complete listings include:
Monday May 20
San Gabriel Valley Macintosh Users Group – New Apple Products
Silicon Valley Macintosh Users Group – Talking Two Factor Authentication with Ken Ray and August Trometer
Tuesday May 21
Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society – Free Office
Macintosh Meeting and Drinking Society – Contacts and Calendars
Apple Pie User Group of Southeast Michigan – Podcasts follow up and sharing
Keystone MacCentral – TBA
Maine Macintosh Owners & Operators Society – Meeting cancelled
Wednesday May 22
Hershey Apple Core – Tech Talk Dinner
Naples MacFriends – TBA
Los Angeles Creative Pro Users Group – Blackmagic Design will give us an in-depth look at the new DaVinci Resolve 16 that was just announced and rolled out in public Beta at NAB 2019. Resolve Fairlight specialist Mary Plummer and Resolve specialist Jason Druss will run through the exciting new features of 16, including the new DaVinci Neural Engine that uses machine learning to enable powerful tools such as facial recognition, speed warp and more. In addition, they will show the revolutionary new Cut Page, which is specifically designed for editors that need to work quickly and on tight deadlines. And yes, they will show off the new DaVinci Resolve Editor Keyboard.
MacNexus – Home Entertainment Service Options
Thursday May 23
Friday May 24
Saturday May 25
MACtreff Dusseldorf (Germany) – (Seminar) Perfekte Bilder mit dem Mac