Macworld CreativePro to feature FCP-made films

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IDG World Expo today announced that Macworld CreativePro Conference & Expo will serve as the venue for the third Final Cut Pro User Group (FCPUG) Network Theater. The event takes place at booth 866 on the expo show floor from July 16-18, 2003, and it showcases films created by FCPUG members who use Final Cut Pro in their work.

The booth will sport 15-minute showings of the best original works created by FCPUG Network members, screened on DVD in order to demonstrate Apple's DVD Studio Pro software as well.

FCPUG members from Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Connecticut, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New Jersey are expected to be part of the event, along with international members from London, Quebec and Mexico City. Attendees who stop by the booth will learn how motion picture graphics artists and others use Final Cut Pro in their work.

What's more, July's Macworld CreativePro gathering also features a "Level 2" conference program that features more than 15 sessions aimed at Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, and other Mac-specific tools for digital video professionals.

And on Thursday, July 17 the FCPUG Network will present "All Things FCP 4 and DVD Studio Pro 2," an evening event that kicks off at 5PM in the Grand Ballroom at the New Yorker Hotel. The even features Final Cut Pro product designer Brian Meaney, Final Cut Pro 4 product manager Paul Saccone, and DVD Studio Pro 2 product manager Brian Schmidt.

This story, "Macworld CreativePro to feature FCP-made films" was originally published by PCWorld.

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