recent reports from Premiere and post oxford group
Entry posted on May 14 by film oxford
April 18th 2013
Getting the most out of Youtube with Dave Perry Great talk to a packed house on how to use the advanced features of including how you can use the free branding, tagging and analytics functions on YouTube to make sure more people watch your lovingly-created content. David kindly let us upload his slideshow Film Oxford Getting the most from YouTube.
(also there was discussion about a film that uses such features to create interactive film Richard Roaf said he would pass on to those interested - “#DELETE CONTROL/ Would you dare to upload the truth?” and the link is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6KrlmvmOpc )
March 21st 2013 @ Film Oxford
Talks on DSLR’s, After Effects, News and other Techy Topics, Tonight!
Main talk from Dariusz about Panasonic GH3 DSLR camera, camera workflow, including samples of work he has shot with it, and use with Premiere, after Effects etc.
February 21st 2013 John Cole Adobe, HTML5 and Flash
@ Brookes – Main Lecture Hall at Oxford Brookes, Gyspsy Lane
It was an insightful talk on future of Flash, how HTML5 will change things and the new adobe edge tools.
We are looking for people to send in ideas 10-60 minute illustrated talks THAT THEY WILL OFFER TO RUN AT FUTURE MEETINGS in new year! Details of what we are after below.
We are looking for activities and presentations for the Adobe Premiere & Post group for later this year and we would like you to propose something that you would like to do.
We are open to most suggestions so long as it involves moving image (ideally there should be an adobe connection in some way, like you used premiere, after effects, encore, photoshop etc during postproduction, but if not and it is really good idea we will run it anyway).
(Also we will enter suggestions for talks for Oxford Digital Creatives (as they are reciprocating) – talks on Web, photoshop etc. contact Alun Ward www.digitalcreativesoxford.com/contact-us
For Premiere & Post it could be a screening of work you have made (shorts, drama, documentary, corporate or an extract from a longer film).
It could be a motion graphics or special effect project.
It could be Encore authoring, After Effects, Flash composition, Sound mixing with Sound Booth/audition, Colour correction, Encoding or straight forward Editing (SD HDV, or other).
It could involve hardware such as cameras, lights etc
The talks are usually technical in nature but it doesn’t have to be – it could focus on creative side, pre-production etc
It doesn’t have to be over elaborate and only needs to be 10 – 60 minutes (length depends on subject). We expect most will be under 30 mins, but some subjects require more.
Everyone that proposes an activity will be entered into a draw to win Adobe software to the value of $2100.
Also those that deliver on their talk will be entered into the draw in June 2013 as well (so you get two chances if you deliver your talk).
Your idea needs to reach us by email by Noon 14th November 2012 (at latest – but please send ASAP) and the lucky winner will be drawn at meeting on 15th november 2012 in front of the audience at Brookes
Please send you ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title Premiere & Post talk.
Dariusz & Richard,