Tech leader will showcase a line of storage and connectivity hardware that enables creators more than ever before
The Final Cut Pro 2021 Global Summit is the premier event for production and post-production professionals to grow their careers, expand their skills, and experience post-production technology’s state of the art. The Summit returns as a free, six-day, all virtual conference for professionals from all NLE systems and backgrounds to share workflows, the latest technologies and advance the state of the industry.
For its 7th edition, experts worldwide will gather at the FCP Global Summit on November 8-13, 2021. The event features six days of cutting-edge sessions presented by top industry professionals who show off the latest software, plugins, and editing techniques.
Friday, November 12, will be Apple Day at the conference. Live from Apple Park, we’ll get an exclusive look from the Professional Applications team as they dive into details of the new Final Cut Pro for the first time. We’ll see innovative new features that allow editors to create beautifully tracked motion graphics and edit Cinematic mode videos recorded on iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.
We’ll also get the latest and greatest on extending the Apple ecosystem with featured presentations from companies like OWC and Motion VFX. OWC will showcase a line of storage and connectivity hardware that enables creators more than ever before.
Joining the conference this year for a special session on Education are Vince Vaughn and Steve Douglas. We’ll hear about the Summer Stories program in Chicago, where kids learn Media Literacy in a hands-on program of mobile filmmaking. The program that they have built is helping children find success where traditional schooling left them behind. Despite being an A-list actor, Vince Vaughn has struggled with dyslexia and has turned his energy toward helping redefine education to support students with traditional learning challenges. The graduates of their program have found success in education and, through media creation, have found their voice.
Also joining the event this year are professional experts sharing their perspectives on the business of creators, filmmakers, and media makers of all types. From a Senior Vice-President at Nickelodeon to YouTube influencer iJustine, we’ll hear about the business strategies and professional approach to content creation at broadcasts networks and top-tier YouTube channels.
Hearing stores from differently-abled professionals is another essential part of the Summit. Accessibility strategies and techniques are showcased in the Final Cut Pro workflow and the features built into the macOS operating system.
As always, the Summit will have tons of content for both new editors still learning the basics in Final Cut Pro and advanced editors who are new to the Final Cut Pro workflow. The New to Me day will have many opportunities to get up to speed quickly, whether you’re an iOS or iMovie editor moving up or a track-based editor looking to expand your toolset and turbo-boost your workflow.