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Apple Education Seminar: Final Cut Studio 2 and Adobe CS

AUMUG (Auburn University Mac User Group) will be hosting an Apple Education Seminar that is a part of the NAB road show. Please forward this to others who work with graphics, art and/or video editing, etc. You do not have to be a member of AUMUG or associated with Auburn University in order to register.

Apple Final Cut Studio 2 and Adobe Creative Suite 3 will be the two featured products.

Thursday, June 21, 2007 from 10am to noon. The event is in Broun Hall, Rm. 238.

Please register:

Please join Apple and Adobe for a special NAB 2007 update to learn more about our digital media tools for creative professionals. You'll learn how to prepare yourself and your students for careers in the creative industry. Independent filmmakers. Hollywood film editors. Corporate video and event producers. Editors with hourly deadlines cutting broadcast spots or network news. Hundreds of thousands of creative professionals all over the world have made Final Cut Pro their first choice for editing. It has rapidly become an industry standard. Building on this success, Apple has designed each application in Final Cut Studio 2 with Final Cut Pro editors in mind. Start working quickly with intuitive tools and familiar interfaces. Whenever you're ready for precise control, a comprehensive set of features in just a click away. And now a Universal application, Adobe Creative Suite 3 takes full advantage of the super- fast, multi- core Intel processors in every new Mac. It offers all- new versions of your most essential apps.

And if that wasn't enough, the Apple Certified Pro program creates a benchmark for assessing an end user's proficiency in a specific Apple Pro application. By taking and passing the Apple Certified Pro exam, a user is given Apple Certified Pro status, which allows them to distinguish themselves to colleagues, employers, and prospective clients as skilled users of the chosen software application. This certification gives individuals a competitive edge in today's ever- changing job market.

Who Should Attend?
Hi-Ed and K-12 faculty and students alike interested in making their media productions look their best. Hi-Ed and K-12 program and curriculum directors, faculty and students looking to add industry standard certifications to their portfolios.

It takes just a moment to Register:

If you have any questions, please email Asim Ali, AUMUG Manager,