An immersive learning and networking area covering everything from shoot to post.
Everything from shoot to post in 30-minute sessions presented by certified instructors, creative sessions by notable editors and much more.
Feature vs. Series: Challenges, Opportunities & Deadlines
Monday, April 9 - 11:45 am - 12:15 pm
MINDHUNTER has been called the best Netflix original series yet, while the powerful dramatic film The Florida Project has received 55 wins and 100 nominations for major industry awards. This session will look at the two different creative genres of a feature film versus a series. What are the considerations in telling a story in just two hours vs. 10 hours? We will explore what it's like to work under contrasting deadlines, and discuss the challenges and opportunities that come with each format.
P|P Campus Spotlight: The Effect Video Has on Modern Musical Composition
Tuesday, April 10 - 9:30 am - 9:45 am
The music composition landscape is changing as music becomes an indispensable tool in storytelling. Musicians pair their musical decisions with artistic choices to create maximum impact and they work closely with video professionals in helping them send a more powerful message through both video and audio. In this talk videographers, producers, and editors will learn how composers are adapting to the new needs of a video-centric world by creating music specifically for video through real-life examples.
Science of Sizzle: Social Video, Promos & Sizzle Reels
Tuesday, April 10 - 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm
In today's crowded content landscape, what makes a successful trailer, super-tease or sizzle reel? How do you make social video go viral? Learn from these experts on how the art of short form content creation is evolving as new platforms and needs emerge.
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The Future of Virtual Production: From Video Games to Feature Films, and Beyond
Tuesday, April 10 - 3:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Brett Ineson, President of North America's largest motion capture stage, discusses the future of virtual production and real-time performance. Brett will talk through translating actors into entirely different species for Justice League and Warcraft – plus showcase superheroic action from the Marvel movie sets.
Mobile Live Streaming: How'd They Do That?
Wednesday, April 11 - 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Want to see how the pros are creating more professional LIVE streams? Join us for a dynamic workshop where our Product Manager, Chris Perry will be hanging out with live streamers and YouTubers to learn how they are accomplishing broadcast-quality live video (did I mention they'd be outlining their mobile studio setups?) to online destinations and social media platforms. Chris will bring on different content creators, including IRL (in real life) Live Streamer, Gun Run, Luria Petrucci of Live Streaming Pros, and others to look at their mobile live streaming tool kits and workflows.
Campus Session on DaVinci Resolve OpenFX
Wednesday, April 11 - 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Join colorist Joey D'Anna and learn about some of the most useful built-in OpenFX plugins in DaVinci resolve. This session is not just about what all the controls do in each OFX tool, we'll focus on using them in real-world grading scenarios. Learn how and when to use these effects, and how to combine multiple effects into more advanced grades using Resolve's node-based architecture. We'll also explore how to use these plugins to build some unique and creative looks.
The Future of Augmented Reality and Drone Piloting
Thursday, April 12 - 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Eric Mizufuka will be talking about new technologies being developed with AR to enhance the drone flight experience. Current technology can project live data into the pilot's view, such as battery life, maps and restricted flying areas. These developments are highly beneficial for enterprises and different industries who are utilizing drones today improve flight experiences and to follow FAA regulation on maintaining visual-line-of-sight of their craft.