There will be a Digital Video Production Workshop (DVPW) taking place at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) 2002 conference this Saturday and Sunday. The conference is produced by the Digital Video Professionals Association (DVPA) and has Videography magazine attached as the media sponsor.
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For the Digital Video Production Workshop, the DVPA will offer the best trainers in their field, Rod Harlan, DVPA executive director, told MacCentral. Topics will include: Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks; Adding Vectors to Video; The Basics of DVD Authoring; Photoshop Studio Techniques; DVD Video Encoding; Crash Course: Graphics With Digital Video; Secrets of Shooting Great DV; Great DVD Menu Creation; Essentials of Lighting and Location Audio; Great TV Commercial Effects; DVCAM Acquisition Master Class; An Introduction to Motion Graphics; Power Tips for Premiere; After Effects 5.5 Killer Tips; Superior Pictures through Color Correction; DV Filmmaking with Adobe Premiere; Supercharged Visual effects in After Effects; Adobe After Effects and the Hypothetical 3rd Dimension; After Effects and LiveMotion – Pure Power!; Pardon the Expression; and Automating Video Production with AppleScript.
NAB2002 DVPW attendees will also receive an exclusive Digital Workbook on CD-ROM. This Digital Workbook contains all the class notes for all of the DVPW sessions, as well as additional primers and educational materials (over 600 pages) for those working in the field of digital video.
Plus, you can register for a Digital Video Production Workshop that includes a one-year membership in the DVPA. Sign up before next weekend and you’ll receive the “DVPA Stock Video Footage Collection Volume 1” with over US$1,000 worth of video clips from the major stock libraries including: EyeWire, ArtBeats, Dynamic Graphics, Corbis Images, EyeIdea and Digital Juice. For more info, go to the
DVPA Web site.