Jigsaw will be hosting an free event held at the Apple Executive Briefing Centre demonstrating ways to extend your Final Cut workflow on 27 September 2010.
There will be two sessions - at 10am and 1pm – both featuring DaVinci Resolve, Autodesk Smoke and CineForm’s Neo 3D.
Autodesk’s Editing and Effects Specialist, Joe Billington, will take you through some of the ways you can extend your finishing, editing and effects capabilities by combining Final Cut with Smoke for Mac.
Pro 3D’s Andy Bellamy will be demoing CineForm’s Neo 3D system, showing you how you can create stereoscopic footage on your Final Cut timeline.
DaVinci and post-production expert, Jamie Allan, and Blackmagic Design's DaVinci application specialist, Dan Moran, will be presenting the advanced feature set of Resolve for OS X and showcasing the workflow integration with Final Cut Pro.
Members of Jigsaw’s post-production team will also be on-hand to talk you through the best options for enhancing your workflow.
Both of these sessions are free.
The Apple Europe offices and Executive Briefing Centre are located in the heart of London's West End on One Hanover Street, around the corner from Apple's flagship store on Regent Street.
Jigsaw are billed as a leading provider of IT solutions, consultancy and support services to organisations with creative requirements and is the largest supplier of Apple and Adobe solutions in the UK.
Jigsaw’s broadcast division has a close working relationship with key broadcast players such as Avid, Cineform, DaVinci, Quantum and Sony.
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