June 11th, 2014 Meeting
4K WORKFLOWS AND BEYOND
WITH HP, INTEL® AND ADOBE & THE TOP 10 THINGS INDIE FILMMAKERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT 3D POST-PRODUCTION
Join us for a special presentation from film editor Vashi Nedomansky as he shares the 4K workflow he used editing the Waiting for Lighting documentary. He’ll also discuss using both an HP Z Workstation and Z Mobile Workstation, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors seamlessly with Adobe Premiere Pro CC to natively edit 4K and 5K files to create four nationally broadcast spots and a 20 minute epilogue for the film that describes Danny Way’s epic fall at the XGames. Additionally Vashi will talk about how the changes in technology, both speed and integration, are enabling individuals to create so much more by themselves.
Vashi Nedomansky has edited a feature film for David Zucker (Airplane, Scary Movie), cut Broadcast Spots for all 5 United States Military Branches (Air Force, Army, Marines, Reserves, Coast Guard) and worked on the cutting edge of filmmaking with partners such as: Bandito Brothers, Shane Hurlbut, Vincent Laforet, The Polish Brothers and other established artists.
See more at: vashivisuals.com
We will be giving away one HP DreamColor Monitor, Z27x – 27” diagonal screen!
The new HP DreamColor Z27x display features a new color-critical monitor with integrated color calibration engine, 4K input support and 10-bit color that drives ups to 1.07 billion on screen colors. Used in a wide range of color workflows, including animation, visual effects, post production, digital photography and digital prepress.
Retail value: $1499.00. Must be present to win!
SPONSORED BY HP and INTEL®
BE THE LUCKY ATTENDEE TO WIN A FULL YEAR OF ADOBE CREATIVE CLOUD!!!!
THE TOP 10 THINGS
INDIE FILMMAKERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT 3D POST-PRODUCTION
Rick Baumgartner, author of the new book 3D POSTPRODUCTION – Stereoscopic Workflows and Techniques will cover the key topics independent filmmakers and content creators need to know about posting natively-shot stereoscopic 3D in a way that makes the best use of scarce post resources.There will be a powerpoint presentation and a series of short video mini-tutorials, all in 2D. He will be joined by the book’s technical editor Juan I. Cabrera.
Rick Baumgartner is a Digital Content Producer specializing in postproduction, visual effects, and advanced imaging. He contributed post expertise to the first digitally captured live-action 3D feature (U2 3D), the first digital 3D television episode (NBC’s Chuck vs. The Third Dimension), and the first digital 3D television commercial. Rick received an Emmy nomination for his visual effects work on Buffy The Vampire Slayer. His feature film work includes 300, Monster House, and Idiocracy, and he has production credits on six videogames. You can visit his website at www.RickBaumgartner.com.
Juan I. Cabrera is a Colorist and Stereographer with 14 years of experience in the field of Post-Production. He began his career in Spain, where he started two studios and worked with some of the biggest names in the industry. He came to US in 2011, and since then has worked on 3D productions such as PROMETHEUS, THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION. among many other 3D and 2D projects. Juan specializes in both finishing and workflow design and is a senior-level operator of the high-end SGO Mistika postproduction finishing system.