Attendees of tonight’s
Boston Final Cut Pro User Group
will get a look at Final Cut Pro 4, the new version of Apple’s professional video editing solution, first unveiled at April’s NAB 2003 conference and trade show.
The BOSFCPUG meeting happens tonight, Wednesday, May 7, 2003 from 7 to 10PM in room 206 of the
at Boston University, located at 8 Saint Mary’s St. in Boston, Mass. Doors open at 6:30 and a big crowd is expected, so get there early.
Don Peebles of Apple joins others for a live demo of Final Cut Pro 4. Peebles will answer questions, gather feedback and show off the new software’s features.
Also on tonight’s agenda is a look at AJA Video’s new IO BOB — a new solution that provides 10-bit uncompressed video and multichannel 24-bit audio over FireWire. LaCie will show off its new FireWire 800 D2 external drives, striped in a RAID Level 0 configuration and sporting transfer rates of up to 100MB/s.
Michael Oh, boss of Tech Superpowers Inc. and NewburyOpen.net, will also be on hand to recap his company’s recent collaboration with BOSFCPUG to provide Boston Marathon viewers with WiFi access and a chance to make video postcards.
Attendance is free, but those planning to drop by are required to
register online. A US$5 donation is requested if you’d like to participate in the Big Dig Raffle, which features hardware, software and books related to Final Cut Pro and Mac-based digital video.