STC-PMC October 2017 Meeting
Have you ever been asked by a manager or client to turn your technical documentation into a video? Did you spend countless hours in the evenings and on weekends working feverishly to complete your assignment on time? Did the final product live up to your expectations? Many of us have tinkered with video editors on our phones, tablets, or computers, and the process seems relatively simple and straightforward. However, when we are tasked with producing video for our managers or clients, we are often surprised at how difficult it is to produce a final product that looks (and sounds) professional. In this session, we will explore a few tools and techniques that will help you produce video like the pros!
A light meal is included with the event.
About the Presenter
Jon Denenberg has over 20 years’ experience in video and film production, and has worked for several companies and non-profits to develop webcasting studios, video training labs, interactive POS kiosks, Electronic Toll Collection systems, and multimedia programming for “at-risk” youth. He is an Instructional Designer by trade, and currently works for Oracle as a Multimedia User Assistance Developer. In this role, Jon helps to define video standards and processes for the Construction and Engineering Curriculum Development team.
Time and Place
Wednesday, October 18th, 6:30-8:30
5 Tower Bridge, 300 Barr Harbor Drive, Suite 400
Conference Room 4018/4020
West Conshohocken, PA 19428
(We’ll be sending specific directions to registrants to find the room in the building complex.)