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CITT Alberta Video Workshop - May 7 & 8, 2011 in Calgary

posted on 3:37 AM, May 4, 2011
Additional information about upcoming events is available on the CITT Alberta Section website. Upcoming event:  
On-line registration now available  If you would like to arrange to register and pay by cheque, please contact CITT Alberta at 

Early Bird Registration Prior to May 5, 2011
2 Day CITT Member Rate:  $75
2 Day Non Member Rate:  $100
2 Day Technical Theatre Student Rate: $40 (Mount Royal University, University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, Red Deer College, Grant MacEwan University)

Register for only Saturday or only Sunday
CITT Member Rate:  $50/day
Non Member Rate:  $75/day
 
REGISTRATION AFTER MAY 5, 2011
2 Day CITT Member Rate:  $100
2 Day Non Member Rate:  $125
 
Saturday Only or Sunday Only
CITT Member Rate:  $75/day
Non Member Rate:  $100/day
 

CITT - Alberta Section Video Workshop - Calgary
Boris Roubakine Recital Hall, University of Calgary
 
Workshop Outline:

Day One (May 7, 2011):


Morning: Overview of video technology options available, including practical information and relevant technical specifications for each option, including:
    ★    What’s the gear and what does it do?
    ★    Combining and routing different signal formats using a switcher, scan convertor, scaler or matrix
    ★    Maintaining the best picture quality throughout your projection system
    ★    Getting to know your projector.

Afternoon: Video component and systems applications, including latest trends, production planning, considerations and cost factors, including:
    ★    An introduction to media servers
    ★    Converging multiple projectors to create a single wide format image.
    ★    Mapping images onto 3D surfaces
    ★    Handling HD content.

Day Two (May 8, 2011):

Morning: Media Servers from a design perspective, options, applications and considerations, including:
    ★    mapping projections to scenery, dealing with keystoning
    ★    creating multiple effect windows
    ★    controlling different media content
    ★    System design and layout

Afternoon: Multimedia content design from the designer and directors perspective, including:
    ★    Manipulating still images within windows
    ★    Combining video with still images
    ★    Effects and distortions
    ★    Is multi media enhancing or hampering the production?

Question and Answer periods at the end of each session.
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