I know you could meet editors, post-production people, TV-show and movie makers from the UK and Europe. You’d see presentations on Final Cut Pro, Smoke for Mac OS X and Davinci Resolve 8.
There’s a chance Final Cut Pro X will have been launched by then, and this will be the first major event for us all to get together to talk about the implications.
But I’d rather you didn’t go. Michael Horton very kindly sent me a free ticket. I’m sorted. It’s not fair that you have to pay £20 for five hours plus of Final Cut and Mac post-production community building, education and inspiration.
The fact that if you don’t go, I’ve got a much better chance of winning a share of the £25,000+ raffle is nothing to do with it…