The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of May 23: Adobe, Avid, Philip Hodgetts, Lesa Snider and More
The last full week of May may be a little slow, but several notable meetings are on the schedule.
Several Final Cut Pro groups will have special guests: In Los Angeles, a TV film editor and Avid will be talking production, while in Boston, Philip Hodgetts will discuss Final Cut X and Adobe will cover CS 5.5 Production Premium. In Indianapolis, the FCP group will “show and Tell”, while in Washington D.C., graphics expert Lesa Snider will be talkingk Photoshop CS5.
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The week’s complete agenda includes:
|Monday||23-May||Bay Area Macintosh Users Group – Pages and Numbers|
|North Coast Mac User Group (Ohio) – iOS Apps|
|Tuesday||24-May||National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group – Lesa Snider Presents Photoshop CS5|
|State Line Macintosh Users Group – State Line Macintosh Users Group – Mac Tips and Tricks|
|Internet Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – President’s Night at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School|
|Upstate Apple Users Group – TBA|
|Wednesday||25-May||Connecticut Macintosh Connection – Digital Imagery|
|Oceanside Mac User Group – New Mac Out of the Box|
Los Angeles Final Cut Pro Users Group – “LOST” Film Editor Chris Nelson will discuss his essential role in producing one of television’s biggest hits. Learn more about the processes behind the multiple award nominations and wins for “LOST” and “Mad Men”, and gain insight for how you can stand out as an Editor to get jobs in a competitive environment. Michael Krulik, Avid Principal Applications Specialist, will give a 20-minute overview of the latest release of Media Composer software including: capture, monitor, and output support with AJA Io Express; and the PhraseFind option for an all new way to find the right clips fast. Michael Kammes will discuss the hot areas in post production that require encoding, and talk about the right encoding solution for your workflow.
|Boston Final Cut Pro Users Group – Philip Hodgetts on Final Cut X; Yan Shvalb from Adobe on “What’s New in CS5.5 Production Premium”|
|Villages Macintosh Users Group – Beyond Copy and Paste; Backing Up Is Hard To Do|
|Macintosh Users East (Canada) – TBA|
|Thursday||26-May||Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group – 7th Annual CDPUG Showcase|
|West Pasco Macintosh User Group – Photoshop Elements|
|Indianapolis Final Cut Pro User Group – Show and Tell|
|Citris Macintosh Users Group – Mail Merge|
|Friday||27-May||Denver Final Cut Pro Users Group – TBA|