The VIP's meet on the
LAST Wednesday of each month beginning promptly at 7 PM
3665 Bleckley St, Mather, CA 95655 916-362-7200
A $5 fee to the meeting includes
entry for *door prizes,
Doors open at 6:30pm
Bring a friend!
Join us JULY 30th!
Come learn about “RE:Vision Effects”, the popular, affordable line of software plug-ins for film and video visual effects. Lori Freitag, the Training and Content manager for RE:Vision Effects, will share a video project that utilizes several plug-ins, RE:Match Color and DE:Flicker, Twixtor, RSMB, and also integrates an After Effects workflow with Cinema 4D. RE:Vision Effects focuses on providing innovative, advanced software to create, modify, control, and enhance digital video imagery at the highest quality. Their products have a broad range of applications and are currently used in every phase of television, motion picture, Internet and visual effects industries. Their end-user products include the acclaimed Twixtor and ReelSmart Motion Blur and are available as a popular, affordable line of software plug-ins that enable independent editors, artists, and producers to apply all types of visual effects to video and film. RE:Vision Effects plug-ins are available for Sony Vegas Pro, Adobe After Effects, Eyeon Fusion, Apple Final Cut Pro and Motion, The Foundry's Nuke, Adobe Premiere Pro, Autodesk 3ds Max/Maya Composite, Avid editing systems, Autodesk Systems (Sparks), Autodesk SoftImage, Quantel genQ and others. The founders received an Academy Award for Technical Achievement for the design and development of this affordable, user-friendly RE:Vision family of software products. To find out more www.revisionfx.com Lori as worked for RE:Vision Effects since 2009. Previously she worked freelance in production as a visual effects artist and compositor for main titles, films, commercials and motion graphics for over 18 years. Her work has been nominated for an Emmy and has received many other design awards. She has also worked for, and developed training for Autodesk, Getris Images, taught at the Art Institute, Silicon Studio, worked for Apple and done many private company training sessions in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. firstname.lastname@example.org
A movie trailer is marketing for your feature film or project. Trailers are made up from scenes drawn from the most exciting, funny, or otherwise significant parts of the project, or from footage that’s shot specifically for promotional reasons but actually isn’t part of the final movie. How to tell the story of your fine movie in about 2 to 3 minutes? What makes an audience want to see your project? Come learn about the art of making a great trailer at the VIP’s meeting on July 30th. Tim Walton will share insight regarding the editing of his fantastic trailer for his feature film, “Squaw-the Documentary”. Tim is a two time Emmy award winning PBS editor who's career in production spans nearly three decades. He currently works for KVIE Public Television in Sacramento.
to STUDIO 50
The easiest way in is to exit Hwy 50 at Mather Field Road South. Stay in the right or center lane. As soon as you pass Peter McCuen St, start moving over to the left lane. The next curve takes you to ARMSTRONG where you turn LEFT. You stay on that for just about 2 blocks ‘til you reach BLECKLEY. “Studio 50” is the last building on your right with a large parking lot before the large grass fields...
The VIP's are very grateful to VMI, INC. for their generous provision of a beautiful projection system.
*The Sacramento VIP's award door prizes at each meeting that are freely donated by video industry related vendors. The winners of those prizes are fully responsible for any taxes related to the prize. The Sacramento VIP's do not offer any warranty on prizes, nor are we responsible for protection from technical failure. Winners should contact the Vendor directly.
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