Friday, May 27, 2005
Video Salon June 7th 2005
We have been talking about it for years, finally it's now happening. Midi has been intergrated into Motion and Final Cut Pro can switch between camera angles. Currently, I use Final Cut in my VJ setup. I like streaming DV res images over firewire. It reduces the load on my graphics card and keeps my images clean.
On Tuesday June 7th Video Salon is proud to have Barry Munsterteiger demo Motion 2 with midi and Final Cut Pro 5.
Over 5 years old
Tuesday June 7th 2005
150 Folsom St. (@ Spear st.)
$5.00 suggested donation
Bring your laptops and unplug, free wireless.
Plus, bring your media for jamming
Demos this month
Motion 2 w/ midi
Final Cut Pro 5 for live environments
Demonstrator Barry Munsterteiger
Is an animator/designer, he as worked with Motion 2 extensively and is one of the first to demonstrate how Motion and Final Cut Pro can be used in live environments.
Barry will demonstrate Motion 2 with the Evolution UC-33e and Evolution MK425c
The new features in Final Cut Pro will allow users to switch between camera angles, up to 16 angles at a time. http://www.apple.com/finalcutstudio/
Hardware demo Edirol CG-8 by VJ Culture.
As much as we wanted to we couldn�t show you the CG-8 last Video Salon. Now we can, come checkout the latest by Edirol www.edirol.com
This is going to be a big one! (Held during Apple�s WWDC).
Plus, our resident DJ's
Alaric and the IK crew
WHO IS VIDEOSALON:
Video Salon is an open community of visual artists
representing SF's thriving VJ scene. Video Salon is YOU.
The event is hosted at Dimension7, a San Francisco VJ
What is Video Salon?
Video Salon is an open community of video artists who
come together monthly to share ideas, show their work and collaborate with other artists in an informal and social setting.
We have 3 video mixing stations setup for anyone and
everyone to show their own work.
Mix video live to the DJ�s or do your own thing.
To embrace a broad spectrum of time based visual
artists including CG artists, experimental filmmakers, live visual performance artists and installation builders.
To promote technical experimentation and aesthetic
development within our community.
To create an open dialog encouraging mutually
beneficial critique, cross-pollination and collaboration