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Avid Webinar: A Media Composer Overview
May 28, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
May 28th 2020
9:00 am – SGT, HKT / 11:00 am – AEST / 1:00 pm – NZST
Join Kate Ketcham and Michael Krulik from Avid for an interactive demonstration of the new Media Composer and some of its key features.
- Improved User Experience
- New Universal Media Engine
- Enhanced Features and Performance
- Media Composer | Enterprise
- Media Composer | Distributed Processing
- And more!
With a live Q&A after the demo, you’ll get the chance to ask our Avid experts any questions you may have around the new Media Composer. Register now to secure your spot!
Kate Ketcham, Director of Product Management | Media Composer
Kate Ketcham has been with Avid since 2004, starting as an intern and working her way up through Customer Support from phone rep to subject matter expert and technical account manager. She joined Product Management in 2012 as a Product Manager for Media Composer and recently became a Director of Product Management. She’s been an ACI and ACSR across multiple Avid product lines, and serves on the ACA Video Editing Subcommittee. She was recently named one of the Exceptional Women in Production and Post 2018 by StudioDaily.
Michael Krulik, Product Evangelist – Video Market Solutions
For over 25 years, Michael has worked with the Film, Television and Broadcast industries and has devoted most of his career to working with manufacturers of cutting-edge technology and evangelizing their tools. He works with the American Cinema Editors and has moderated several panels with top TV and Film editors at ACE’s EditFestLA as well as presenting technologies at NAB, IBC, SuperMeet, SMPTE, DCS, LACPUG, HPA and other trade shows, seminars and industry events. And he not only works with editors, but he has even played one on TV; as the editor of the late Sydney Pollack in an episode of the TV show, Entourage.