post nab show

Didn’t make it to Las Vegas?  We’re bringing the best of the NAB show back to a city near you during May with Key Code Media’s Post NAB 2019 roadshow. As well as over 30 of the industry’s top solution providers, this year we will also be hosting masterclass skill sessions. Come for the technology, education, and the chance to mix and mingle with fellow professionals from the area.

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LOS ANGELES

1:00PM | Latest Updates and Future Technology Sneaks for Adobe Video

Join Karl Soule from Adobe as he covers all the new features available in Creative Cloud video and audio tools, including Content-Aware Fill in After Effects, Freeform panel in Premiere Pro, and Punch and Roll Recording in Audition. And you’ll see amazing technology being developed at Adobe Labs.

Karl Soule, Sr. Technical Sales Manager

2:00PM | Wrestling Large Multi-Cam and HDR Finishing

Burnish Creative is one of the top full-service production and post-production teams in Los Angeles. Their editing team has built a creative workflow for post, design, vfx, and finishing for hit mult-cam shows The Masked SingerAmerica’s Got TalentDancing With The StarsiHeartRadio Music Awards, and much much more. Come hear how their post-production workflow has evolved and what new tools they’re looking to add to make Netflix-approved HDR content.

John Smith, General Manager, Burnish Creative
Chris Hurte, Head of Technology, Burnish Creative
Maddie Wag, Creative Director, Burnish Creative
Moderator: Jeff Sengpiehl, Key Code Media

3:00PM | Picking the Right Cloud Storage!

We will introduce the storage decision calculator and how this free tool can help you pick the right cloud and on-premise storage options. The tool will help you estimate costs, quickly identify key features and filter across key tags.

T.C., CEO of StorageDNA

4:00PM | The Panasonic Smart Studio

Experience the future of live production with the Panasonic Smart Studio. Learn how our robotic cameras, featuring the AW-UE150 large sensor camera, can track moving subjects in real time when integrated with our partners Tecnopoint, BlackTrax and Brainstorm. The possibilities are endless.

Steve Slade, Panasonic

SEATTLE

1:00PM | Latest Updates and Future Technology Sneaks for Adobe Video

Join Van Bedient from Adobe as he covers all the new features available in Creative Cloud video and audio tools, including Content-Aware Fill in After Effects, Freeform panel in Premiere Pro, and Punch and Roll Recording in Audition. And you’ll see amazing technology being developed at Adobe Labs.

Van Bedient, Sr. Technical Sales Manager

2:00pm | Remote Production For Live Broadcast

The days of driving a truck full of gear to produce a show in the field are over. With ever improving connectivity, powerful software, and new cloud services- come learn how you can produce live events from anywhere, for a fraction of the cost. Reach new audiences through new innovative live streaming and OTT platforms.

George Klippel, LiveU
James Page, Vimeo

3:00PM | The Panasonic Smart Studio

Experience the future of live production with the Panasonic Smart Studio. Learn how our robotic cameras, featuring the AW-UE150 large sensor camera, can track moving subjects in real time when integrated with our partners Tecnopoint, BlackTrax and Brainstorm. The possibilities are endless.

Rick Sutherland, Panasonic

MORE SESSIONS TO BE ANNOUNCED…

DETROIT

12:00PM | Latest Updates and Future Technology Sneaks for Adobe Video

Join Van Bedient from Adobe as he covers all the new features available in Creative Cloud video and audio tools, including Content-Aware Fill in After Effects, Freeform panel in Premiere Pro, and Punch and Roll Recording in Audition. And you’ll see amazing technology being developed at Adobe Labs.

Van Bedient, Sr. Technical Sales Manager

1:00PM | Building A State-of-The-Art Performance Center & Studio For The Next Generation

Take a look into the new Hilberry Gateway Performance Complex renovation and proposed Midtown Studios at Wayne State University. A project 2-years in the making, Kelly Gottesman & Gary Cendrowski will give a sneak peek into the audiovisual, video, and audio decisions that need to made when building a new ground-breaking performance center & studio for students and the community. 

Kelly Gottesman, Multimedia Specialist, Department of Communication, Wayne State University
Gary Cendrowski, Associate Director, IT CFPCA, Wayne State University
Moderated by: Jeff Sengpiehl, Key Code Media

2:00PM | The Panasonic Smart Studio

Experience the future of live production with the Panasonic Smart Studio. Learn how our robotic cameras, featuring the AW-UE150 large sensor camera, can track moving subjects in real time when integrated with our partners Tecnopoint, BlackTrax and Brainstorm. The possibilities are endless.

Theo Roll, Panasonic

2:30PM | Picking the Right Cloud Storage!

We will introduce the storage decision calculator and how this free tool can help you pick the right cloud and on-premise storage options. The tool will help you estimate costs, quickly identify key features and filter across key tags.

T.C., CEO of StorageDNA

CHICAGO

12:00PM | Latest Updates and Future Technology Sneaks for Adobe Video

Join Van Bedient from Adobe as he covers all the new features available in Creative Cloud video and audio tools, including Content-Aware Fill in After Effects, Freeform panel in Premiere Pro, and Punch and Roll Recording in Audition. And you’ll see amazing technology being developed at Adobe Labs.

Van Bedient, Sr. Technical Sales Manager

1:00PM | IP Video with Gary Adcock

Video Production and Post is heading off another cliff, instead of propriety cabling and embedded signals, we move to the future by shedding legacy connectivity and embracing IP (internet protocol) connectivity more commonly found in video security systems.

IP Video has the potential to change everything, native IP video is common in security systems and broadcast environs, where Sony, Grass Valley, Panasonic, Canon, Ikegami and others already have IP enabled camera systems today. Join Gary Adcock while he demystifies IP video and explains the best and worst parts of the IP Video revolution.

Gary Adcock, Studio 37

2:ooPM | Columbia College Chicago: A New Avid Shared Network

Columbia College Chicago Cinema and Television Arts, a department in the School of Media Arts, continues to produce some of the most skilled production professionals in the industry with notable Oscar, Emmy, and Spirit Award winners. At the core of the department is Dennis Keeling, post-production manager. Dennis, along with Jeff Meyers (Director of Technology for the School of Media Arts), must decide how to retool classrooms and the facility in order to meet the ever-changing curriculum for post-production professionals.

Dennis Keeling, MFA, Post Production Manager for the School of Media Arts at Columbia College Chicago
Jeff Meyers, Director of Technology for the School of Media Arts at Columbia College Chicago
Michael Niederman, Professor, Cinema and Television Arts at Columbia College Chicago
Moderator: Jeff Sengpiehl, Key Code Media

3:00PM | The Panasonic Smart Studio

Experience the future of live production with the Panasonic Smart Studio. Learn how our robotic cameras, featuring the AW-UE150 large sensor camera, can track moving subjects in real time when integrated with our partners Tecnopoint, BlackTrax and Brainstorm. The possibilities are endless.

Theo Roll, Panasonic

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