March 1: VDMX Masterclass @ ACMI with David Lublin, Vidvox, NY

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Am delighted to be helping host an ACMI workshop on March 1st – with David Lublin (Vidvox co-developer for VDMX).

((UPDATE: video workshop was archived on youtube, and is viewable at the bottom of this page))

David will be delivering the workshop from New York, with high bandwidth streams of both a video-conferencing computer and his VDMX video output for workshop attendees to view. ACMI will be providing laptops with VDMX pre-installed, although people are welcome to bring their own.

This is an incredible opportunity to hear about VDMX from a core developer, and get inside knowledge about real-time video manipulation.

Tickets are limited for the workshop, +pitched at a video-artist friendly $25. Book via ACMI.

(Drop a line if they sell out, we can reserve you a spot if you bring your own laptop.)

The workshop will also be youtube streamed and later archived online (See link at bottom of page):
acmi-stream

Comments can be left by online viewers, and there will be a dedicated section at the end, where online questions will be answered by David.

VDMX WORKSHOP WITH DAVID LUBLIN: 12-3PM, Sat March 1st
(12-3PM A.E.S.T. - online viewers, check your time difference)

12-12.30  Introductions / background
12.30-2 “Video fundamentals taught with VDMX” – by David Lublin (via NY)
2-2.30 Questions + Answers / with workshop attendees + questions from online viewers.
2.30-3 Workshop discussions / experiments / troubleshooting /feedback

Pre-workshop advice: have a browse through the extensive range of VDMX tutorials that’ve been published in the last 6 months, there’s a real wealth of VDMX knowledge available: introductory tutorials, arranged by topic // and a full list of tutorials including lots of novel uses and recent enhancements. See also: VDMX developer blog / VDMX online forums.

VDMX_tutorials

Bonus Round: Check out  David’s midi dogs + game of phones).

The Archived Video
See below – or click here to view in youtube, and read the comments contributed by the 50+ concurrent viewers.

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