Come to a special weekend seminar to improve your post production skills, and learn from the best! This meeting is a special event featuring award-winning editors and post-production professionals leading hour-long demonstrations on specific aspects of finishing film and video projects. You'll see various editing systems and finishing tools put to the test on a variety of projects, spanning from corporate video to narrative film.
- James Alburger - ADR, Looping and Foley Techniques for Amazing Sound
James Alburger has worked with sound for more than 50 years - starting at the age of 12, when he taught himself to edit music using a grease pencil, scissors and scotch tape. That led to a career in recording studios followed by 25 years with NBC in San Diego, where he received 11 Emmy Awards. The sixth edition of his book, "The Art of Voice Acting" will be published in March, 2019. He has also handled sound design and audio production for dozens of award-winning productions. For the past two decades, James has provided voiceover, coaching and audio production services through his VoiceActing Academy (www.VoiceActing.com) and his production company, Cigma Media (www.CigmaMedia.com).
Eric Addison is the guy behind 100 ACRE FILMS. Depending on the day, he’s a director, producer, cinematographer, and/or editor. He’s a proud graduate of the SDSU film program, winner of some Telly Awards, Emmy nominated, and a future Oscar contender. His usual projects include corporate spots, promos, commercials, and the occasional short film. He’s also the manager of the San Diego Premiere Pro User Group – which makes sense since he’s been using it since the late ‘90s. He’s well versed in cinema, the writings of Ernest Hemingway, and early 80’s video games.
- Eric Addison - Corporate Storytelling Workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro
Michael Towe - Michael is the owner of M2 Digital Post Inc. a production and post production company in Santee, CA. He has worked as an editor and producer for over 20 years specializing in corporate, broadcast and film production. In that time he has been awarded 13 Telly Awards and 4 Emmy’s for his work. Michael believes that when it comes to telling stories emotion is the key. In his editing he strive to enhance the emotion of each scene, and to leave the viewer no choice but to watch.
- Michael Towe - Getting Started Faster Using XML and Metadata in Final Cut Pro X
This will be a half-day event, and there is no cost for members to attend, but we have a strict limit on seating so you MUST register to attend. RSVP now and claim your seat!
Check-in begins at 8:30am and the program will run from 9am to 1pm. Light breakfast snacks and drinks will be served.
Parking is available in the main lot in front of the school. Follow the SD Media Pros signage onto campus and the classroom.