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 Sonic: DVD at Work 2003
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Message Text: As Sonic says "...A free in-depth seminar for video and multimedia professionals ready to expand their business with DVD. DVD is the fastest growing consumer format in history and is now the standard for distributing high-quality, full-frame digital video. If you're creating professional corporate, in-house video or multimedia production content for training, kiosks, museums, educational, presentations, or industrial applications, DVD is the best way to deliver compelling high-quality and interactive content. Designed for professional video and multimedia producers, this free seminar will provide all the information you need to move your projects from initial concept to final DVD title..."

Who should attend
Post Facility Owners & Managers
Multimedia Publishers
Advertising Agencies
Corp. Communication/Production Mgrs
Mastering Engineers
Duplicators / Replicators

Seminar Agenda

Designing Dynamic DVD Content - You will be introduced to real-world approaches to preparing content, handling assets, creating elaborate interactive titles, working with high-density DVD-Audio, linking to the web and building hybrid DVD-ROM/DVD-Video productions

A Business Perspective - Topics will include: tapping the entertainment power of DVD, creating DVD-based products for your customers, linking your DVD title to the web, finding and keeping your DVD customers, understanding today's market and customer demographics, project planning strategies, and rethinking facility design for DVD production.

Publishing DVD from your Non-Linear Editor - Using Sonic's latest technology we will show how you can seamlessly convert the digital video from your Avid, Media 100, Final Cut Pro or QuickTime-based editing system into MPEG-2, add interactive menus and print onto DVD.

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