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CAS Presents Workflow Seminar


Cinema Audio Society president, Edward L. Moskowitz, announced the next Cinema Audio Society Seminar. “This year our Digital Gameplan Seminar is continuing to demonstrate our goal of dedication to the advancement of sound by discussing digital workflow rules and procedures for navigating the digital highway. This seminar stands in the tradition of previous standing-room only cutting edge seminars the CAS has conducted in previous years and CAS board member John Coffey has created what will be an educational and cutting edge event,” said Moskowitz.

The seminar is offered at no cost and the target audience includes members of the CAS, MPSE, AES, SMPTE, IA Locals 600 (Camera), 695 (Sound), 700 (Editors), DGA, PGA, facilities, manufacturers, film students and anyone involved in the motion picture film and television industry.

The event will take place at the Sony Studios in Culver City on Jan. 8 in the Cary Grant Theatre.

When: Saturday, Jan 8, 2011 – Free admission
Where: Sony Studios, 10202 W. Washington, Culver City- Cary Grant Theatre
Parking: Enter at Madison Gate

RSVP: To [email protected]
(An RSVP is not necessary, but is preferred)

SEMINAR # 1: 10 am – 11:45 am
Workflow Procedures for Getting the Most out of Digital Cameras.
Speakers will discuss proper workflows for using Panavision Genesis, Sony F35, Arri Alexa, Canon 5D, RED and  Panasonic, on through the AVID and Pro Tools. A “Workflow White Paper for the Pros” will be handed out to the audiences at both seminars.

SEMINAR #2: 12:00 noon – 1:45pm
Digital Workflow Approaches from Production through the Post Process.
Avid Media Composer and Pro Tools experts, including Scott Wood from Avid Professional Services, will discuss standard workflows for HD projects from production through post.

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