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Remote Production is more than just connecting to the cloud! The conference will highlight the tools and technologies enabling Remote Production from the needs of Small Businesses and Content Creators, and redefine your corporate infrastructure to accommodate the growing need to power remote collaboration for the ongoing editorial, graphics, and finishing needs.
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Kick-off the Remote Production Conference Virtual Day with some morning coffee and join fellow attendees and staff!
Questions about the conference? Event Staff will be doing a walkthrough of the event and available to answer any questions you have before the conference begins!
Small Business often gets left behind as technology advances, see how the latest Network Attached Storage systems can give your Small Business the connectivity of a dedicated infrastructure with the flexibility of Cloud performance in a cost effective manner. Hosted by RPC Program Chair Gary Adcock, we will be delving deeper into the challenges and needs of Small Business and Content.
Welcome to the world of RE:Vision Effects and Left Angle, where flexible, efficient motion design and VFX/compositing applications are designed to meet the needs of small and large teams working together or remotely. Our streamlined tools and applications have been meticulously crafted to seamlessly integrate across multiple operating systems and various host applications, empowering independent creatives to tackle projects of any scale. In remote production, it's crucial to have a well- planned workflow that ensures both efficiency and quality. Join us to learn how to revolutionize your workflow so you can focus on unlocking your creative potential. Attendees will be automatically entered to win prizes, including a permanent Autograph Creator license.
This Session is for anyone looking to optimize their workflow for remote or collaborative production. Yan will dive deep into his workflow of creating intermediate masters for working with freelancers and managing projects and media for remote editing. Using Blackmagic Cloud Service and Dropbox we will be able to easily access our projects and assets on iPad Pro, or any PC or Mac that can run resolve.
There are now a number of great ways to work together on video in the cloud, while keeping your costs down to earth.
Ever-shortening creative cycles driven by social media are turning this kind of collaboration into a must-have.
Join Axle AI CEO Sam Bogoch as he discusses how the world's top creative teams are making it happen.
Grab lunch and come hang out and talk shop with company representatives at their dedicated Sponsor Lounges!
An AI-based Global Real-Time Streaming Platform with Guaranteed High XLA
Worldwide streaming has been bound by the limitations defined by the current telecommunication technologies and Internet architecture. Join Michael Yang from Caton Technology as they show the enhanced capabilities that AI-based data routing offers to guarantee high eXperience Level Agreement (XLA) of your live streaming with increased bandwidth efficiency and zero packet loss in your transmissions.
AI is transforming the Film, Television, and Broadcast industries – from leveraging generative AI to accelerate creativity, to significantly increasing productivity with commercial AI solutions. We will decode the mysteries of neural networks and examine how this technology is enabling all new workflows and advanced data analytics for the Media & Entertainment industry.
Join us one last time at our Wrap Party!
- Learn how to stay connected post-event!
- Last chance to connect with attendees and speakers!
- Win Raffle Prizes
- *VIPs* Learn how to view your recorded sessions for Remote Production Conference
Grab your drink, a cool virtual background, and get ready to win awesome raffle prizes! 🎟
*Program subject to change
Few exemplify the changing technological landscape in digital cinema more than Gary Adcock. With a unique understanding of on-set technologies and their relationships in post-production has allowed him to act as a guide in the evolving relationship between acquisition, edit, and delivery. Gary is one of the co-authors and tech editor for the original version of the Data Handling Procedures and Best Practices guide used by IATSE Local 600 (Cinematographer’s Guild).
Gary has been a speaker on cinematography and the related technologies at events around the world, and has presented on various topics at the National Association of Broadcasters Las Vegas convention continuously since 1999, as well as presenting on a diverse array of subjects at NAB Shanghai, IBC Show, Interbee and Broadcast India. His knowledge and capabilities keep him in demand as both a consultant and technical writer for a wide array of manufacturers and publications. You can follow Gary on Twitter and Instagram as @garyadcock or read his blog at garyadcock.com.
Amy DeLouise creates high-impact nonfiction digital content and consults with leading companies on storytelling. With more than 400 productions to her credit, Amy is a leader in the field of short form digital storytelling and has garnered more than 40 creative excellence awards including Tellys, Peer, New York Festivals, Aurora, and CINE Golden Eagle, as well as the Woman of Vision Leadership Award from Women in Film & Video (WIFV-DC) for her leadership in the industry.
Amy is a LinkedIn Learning author with popular titles on video production and business topics. She has two production how-to titles out from Focal Press: The Producer’s Playbook: Real People on Camera and Nonfiction Sound & Story for Film and Video: A Practical Guide for Filmmakers. Amy is also the founder of #GalsNGear a community focused on supporting diversity and advancement in the film and digital media communities. Amy has a B.A. in English from Yale University.
Cofounder and CEO of Axle AI – Our software combines the power of AI and machine learning to MAM, either on premise or the cloud. We launched 10 years ago at NAB, and now have a full-time team of 25 people and over 1,000 customers worldwide. We’ve recently built out two major companion products: Connectr, a cross-platform video workflow automator, and Axledit, a collaborative editing platform. I also advise a number of tech startups and am co-chair of the Boston chapter of the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs’ Association. Specialties: Media asset management and server architectures, customer interactions, third-party partner relationships, marketing and channel development. Forward-looking view of the media consumption and production landscapes. Skills include – experienced executive in media applications and platform technologies; deep system integration background in large-scale media asset management and storage systems based on Linux and Microsoft technology suites; building startups and turnarounds which are able to attain significant revenue growth with modest capital infusions; managing development teams of 2-100 people. Equally comfortable in the corporate and startup worlds. Significant experience working closely with enterprise customers, as well as investors and management stakeholders. I enjoy (and help foster) high-growth environments.
Yan is a highly experienced content producer and educator with over 25 years of experience in all aspects of production and post-production. He has held positions at Sony Music, Apple and other major corporations, leveraging his expertise and craft. In addition, Yan has taught at NYU, Brooklyn College and FMCtraining. Currently, he is producing video content for the City of Aventura, pushing his creative boundaries to create engaging content for social media, and continuing to mentor, teach and produce original content.
Rick Champagne leads Global Media & Entertainment Industry Management for NVIDIA. In this role, Rick works closely with customers and industry partners in the Film, TV, Game Dev, and Broadcast industries to promote the advancement and adoption of new technologies. With a long history of managing products such as the Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya Entertainment Creation Suites, Softimage, Mudbox, and Painter, Rick has been in the service of Artists and Technologists for over two decades. Rick maintains close ties to industry as a member of the Visual Effects Society, HPA, Royal Television Society, serves as Vice Chair of the Advance Imaging Society, and a committee member for the Academy Software Foundation (ASWF). Rick holds a Master’s in Business Administration.
Sepi Motamedi leads global industry marketing for Professional Broadcast at NVIDIA. She manages the promotion and adoption of advanced technologies in the broadcast industry, including AI, real-time graphics, networking, and virtualized production. Before joining NVIDIA, Sepi led marketing in the digital media industry in both visual effects and feature animation.
Michael Yang is a driven and accomplished executive with a passion for technology and corporate strategy. With a wealth of experience in senior leadership positions in satellite, broadcast and telecom industry, Michael has a unique perspective on the world of business. He specializes in helping companies, from large enterprises to startups, to identify new business opportunities and implement rapid expansion. Michael enjoys the entire business development process, from developing the strategy to leading the actual implementation, where he saw his work come to fruition with successful business expansion through strategic acquisition and funding of over US$140 million. As a technology and business strategy thought leader, Michael is always eager to share his knowledge and insights. In addition, he is open to connecting with others over a cup of coffee or tea to discuss how technology is evolving and transforming businesses.
Lori Freitag, Training and Content manager for RE:Vision Effects, will be presenting a short overview of their plug-ins in Autograph. Lori has worked for RE:Vision Effects since 2009. Previously she worked freelance in production as a visual effects artist and compositor for main titles, films, commercials and motion graphics for over 18 years. Her work has been nominated for an Emmy for visual effects and has received many other design awards. She has also worked for, and developed training for Autodesk, Getris Images, taught at the Art Institute, Silicon Studio, worked for Apple and done many private company training sessions in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.
François Grassard is co-founder and CCO at Left Angle, a company dedicated to providing modern, reliable software solutions for creating motion graphics and VFX projects. His 25+ years of experience in motion design, visual effects, and production for a wide range of influential clients in the fields of film, television broadcasting, and advertising gave him to the drive to improve on current workflows and shape the future of the industry. He co-founded Left Angle in 2019 alongside Alexandre Gauthier-Foichat, CEO and experienced research and development software engineer, with the common goals of assisting the graphics software industry advance, and optimizing industry workflows.
Michael started his early career working in audio post production for feature films at the prestigious Pinewood Film Studios, UK. He has platform-wide expertise in post-production workflows, cloud storage, file transfer and media asset management solutions across the base Online Media Solutions portfolio, working with clients including The Football Association, Narrative Entertainment and LADbible Group. As Head of Sales, Michael has helped multiple base customers migrate huge workloads with petabyte-scale digital transformation projects.
Hans Douma looks back at 25+ years of experience in the broadcast industry, most recently in the roles of Chief Operations Officer at Magic Media Cologne and Vice President Operations at Primestream Corporation (now Ross Video). Through his different roles, he has gathered substantial knowledge about MAM/PAM solutions, file-based workflows, remote editing solutions and post-production. In 2022, he took the role as Manager Operations at MooviT Software Products, where he was recently appointed as Managing Director, next to David Merzenich.
In nearly two decades working in media and digital video, Dan has done a little bit of everything. From producing cable television to launching large educational video platforms, developing efficient and intelligent workflows has always been at the core of what Dan does best. Most recently at Dolby Hybrik for enterprise media transcoding and file-based workflows, Dan is now the Product Manager for Dolby.io’s Real-time streaming product (Millicast) and is a champion for High-Dynamic Range (HDR) video and better streaming experiences.
Ryan Jespersen has extensive experience in the digital video, broadcast and streaming industries, specializing in live streaming workflows, protocols, transcoding, cloud computing, and complex video delivery systems at companies including Wowza, Millicast and now Dolby.
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