For two days, there are free sessions running at Post Production World Online that are dedicated to the Apple ecosystem for filmmakers. To watch, all you have to do is register!

No NAB this year, no presentations, no Apple sneak peak, no waking up in a Las Vegas hotel room at 4am with a hangover jet lag. We all understand why though and we all have to work together to minimise the effects of this horrible virus.

However, we can take part in Post Production World Online, a virtual series of presentations that could have happened at this year's NAB conference.

We will have more on the conference and next week we will be giving away 10 passes to the three day event that runs May 17 to 19th. We also have a couple of great guests on our live YouTube broadcast (12th of May) to talk about the event for the first half of the show.

Back to the presentations; what attracted us to the PPW Online event were the dedicated Apple ecosystem sessions.

This special 2 day track runs from 8am to 10pm ET on Sunday May 17th and Monday, May 18th. It features training, case studies, workshops and discussion panels all focused on Final Cut Pro X and the Apple ecosystem for filmmakers.

Attendance is absolutely free - you can access the sessions or make a reservation for a place in a session in advance here, without having to register for the Post Production World conference. Recordings of each session will also post on that page after they are completed.

PPWO schedule apple track

Already inked in on the Apple 'channel' are Michael Cioni, PhotoJoseph, Alex Lindsay, Lee Herbet, and of course Sam Mestman, to name just a few.

This will be a great opportunity to get the latest updates on everything that’s going on in the world of Final Cut Pro X and beyond, as well as catching up on anything you may have missed with the cancellation of this year’s NAB.

It looks like this is the biggest collection of Apple/FCPX based presentations that will happen this year. Although we are giving away passes for the whole event next week, remember that the the two day Apple-based series of presentations are absolutely free.


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