At ShowStoppers at NAB in Las Vegas, Kjetil Horneland, the CEO and Partner of Sixty shows us how their software improves the video experience by providing useful interactivity for the viewer and information control for the producer.
Our next stop on the Road to Macstock takes us to Dr. Robert Carter, who provides some perspective on how blind users interact with their technology. Modern devices have opened up many things to those with visual challenges, but the costs associated with those devices can be challenging. Robert discusses how he will be making us all aware of these challenges and opportunities in his Macstock session this year.
We are back on the Road to Macstock in a conversation with Wally Cherwinski about video-making and why it can be so much fun. Wally shares some of his thoughts on getting started making videos with Apple’s free tools and moving up to something more sophisticated when you are ready. Making videos can change the way you look at TV, commercials, and movies. Wally talks about what you can learn from all three, how stories are told in two to three minutes, and how he will approach the subject at Macstock.
Dan Berube and Mike Horton return to give us the details of the 16th annual SuperMeet in Las Vegas at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show. This year’ event will feature Oscar-nominated and Emmy and ACE ‘Eddie’ Award-nominated Dody Dorn, who is known for both her film and sound editing, a full line-up of on-stage presenters to talk about the latest and greatest video and audio storytelling tools, and of course, the world-famous raffle. Dan and Mike stress the importance of making connections at the SuperMeet, how it integrates with all the activities at NAB, and how you can save off the admission price.
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