The MUG Event Calendar for October 26: Dave Marra of Apple, Final Cut Pro Workflows, and an iPhone App for Filmmakers
The last MUG Event Calendar for October may be small, but it is mighty, serving up only treats during Halloween week.
Apple Senior Systems Engineer Dave Marra will show off Snow Leopard to a Pennsylvania group, while a California Final Cut Pro Users Group will host presentations on FCP workflows, a tapeles video recording device, and an iPhone app for filmmakers.
Other topics on this week’s list include Pages, more Snow Leopard, digital photography and more.
Email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center and we’ll get it listed on The MUG Event Calendar and in our weekly Briefing. We want to hear from you.
This week’s complete listing includes:
|Monday||26-Oct||Bay Area Maicntosh Users Group – Print Shop|
|Ocala Macintosh Users Group – Using iWork’s Pages|
|Tuesday||27-Oct||Macintosh Business Users Society of Greater Philadelphia – Apple Senior Systems Engineer Dave Marra presents Snow Leopard|
|Des Moines Area Macintosh Group – General Discussion|
|Internet Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – iSnowed 2.0â€”a power user’s experince of Snow Leopard – finding the vegemite amongst the cream cheese|
|Upstate Apple Users Group – TBA|
|Macintosh Users Group of Delaware – TBA|
|Wednesday||28-Oct||Los Angeles Final Cut Pro Users Group – Film editors Eric Zumbrunnen and Erik Jessen discuss and show off the FCP workflow they used for the soon to be released and much anticipated film from Spike Jonze, Where the Wild things Are. Jon Thorn from AJA will show off the finally shipping Ki Pro, the tapeless video recording device that records high-quality Apple ProRes 422 QuickTime files; Jonathan Houser of Cinemak, author of the just released iPhone app, Hitchcock will put it in action. Hitchcock for iPhone and iPod Touch is a mobile storyboard and pre-visualization composer designed for Directors, Directors of Photography, Producers, Writers, Animators, Art Directors, film students and anyone who wants to be able to visualize their story.|
|Connecticut Macintosh Connection – Snow Leopard and iTunes 9|
|Palm Beach Phoenix Apple User Group – TBA|
|Macintosh Users East (Canada) – TBA|
|Thursday||29-Oct||Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group – Digital Photography, from HDR (High Dynamic Range) to GPS|
|Saturday||31-Oct||MACtreff Dusseldorf (Germany) – "EinfÃ¼hrung in die PC-Nutzung mit dem MAC|