Dan Berube and Michael Horton are at it again, this time taking The SuperMeet back to Amsterdam. These two organizers of one of the biggest and best video production events around talk about why this is one of their favorite locations, and why the enthusiasm of the European audience makes it extra special. Once again, they’ve packed it with some amazing stage presentations, including demos of just-announced Adobe Creative Cloud features for video producers, and the return of Final Cut X to the SuperMeet stage. Along with some real-world exhibitions by filmmakers, an exhibit hall that provides the opportunity to get up close and personal with the product developers, some great food and drink, and of course, their “World Famous” raffle, this SuperMeet is not to be missed.
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Daniel BÃ©rubÃ© is Co-Producer of the SuperMeets and Founder of the Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSCPUG), a story driven community of globally connected collaborative digital filmmakers and broadcast professionals focusing on the craft of editing not only to show How but to share Aesthetics and related tools for digital cinema and distribution. When Dan is not working on the SuperMeets or BOSFCPUG, he travels around the country as a camera product specialist for Canon USA, or works as a Producer/Editor with his brother Donald BÃ©rubÃ© at Boston-based collaborative noisy brain Productions. Dan is also an experienced Canon EOS photographer and enjoys capturing magical moments while on the road and transforming images into art on the Mac. Dan can be contacted at [email protected].