Extensis Total Control Tour
Attend Digistor's Extensis Total Control Seminar and learn how to take control of your digital media assets and fonts with Extensis' leading Digital Media Asset Management Solutions.
Presented by local and overseas specialists, you'll see in action the newly released Portfolio Server 10 with extensive support for digital media assets and Universal Type Server 3. Discover how the days of chasing down missing assets, struggling through production and output issues and troubleshooting font problems and can be a thing of the past.
Extensis experts will demonstrate the new features and outline how these newly released products can help save you and your business time and money.
Special guest Evan Butson will cover the process used to move large databases (20,000+ individual video assets) from older DAMs, including Final Cut Server, to Portfolio, some of the pitfalls that can be avoided, as well as looking at how you can use Portfolio to not only replace your existing DAM but expand its use within your company. He will also provide a high level look at how 50 Kaliber uses Portfolio and has integrated it with both Final Cut Pro and Adobe Creative Suite to manage media for some of the world's largest companies.
Who Should Attend?
Owners, managers and studio managers from advertising and digital agencies, post-production facilities, broadcast facilities,
online agencies, mobile content production companies, editors, compositors, effects artists, broadcast designers graphic designers and creative professionals.
Where and When
Choose to attend in Sydney, Melbourne or online via our live webcast. Details below.
Melbourne - Friday 4th November 2011
The Golden Gate Hotel
238 Clarendon Street
South Melbourne 3205
10:00 - Check-in
10:30 - Portfolio Server 10 – Gain operational and intellectual control of your digital media assets
11:15 - Digital Asset Management - Migrating from Final Cut Server to Portfolio
12:00 - Q&A Session
12:15 - Break
12:45 - Universal Type Server 3 – How to avoid a $1million lawsuit
13:15 - Q&A Session
13:30 – Finish
Sydney - Wednesday 9th November 2011
Digistor Customer Centre
5-7 Cleg Street
Artarmon NSW 2064
13:00 - Check-in
13:30 - Portfolio Server 10 – Gain operational and intellectual control of your digital media assets
14:15 - Digital Asset Management - Migrating from Final Cut Server to Portfolio
15:00 - Q&A Session
15:15 - Break
15:45 - Universal Type Server 3 – How to avoid a $1million lawsuit
16:15 - Q&A Session
16:30 – Finish
How to Get There
By Train: Alight at St Leo nards station and proceed by foot down Herbert Street. Turn right on Cleg Street. Approximately 10 minute walk.
A free Artarmon Loop shuttle bus, leaves from St Leonards station under the Forum pedestrian overpass on the hospital side of Herbert Street. Alight the bus opposite SBS in Frederick Street.
By Taxi/Car: Take the Reserve Road exit from the Gore Hill Freeway travelling North or after exiting the Lane Cove Tunnel travelling South.
Parking: There is very limited street parking available. There are occasionally spaces in Punch Street and Francis Street (generally before 8:30am), but it is best to seek alternative transport.
Can't attend in person? Register for our live webcast direct from the Digistor Sydney Customer Centre. Wednesday 9th November 2011 1:30pm AEST.
There is no charge for attendance, but places are limited at each venue and registration is essential.
For further information, call Digistor on 02 9431 6000.
The event has now ended.
AUS & NZ Business Director, Extensis, UK
Richard Bamford joined Extensis in 2000 after stints with PhotoDisc/Getty Images where he was first introduced to Extensis Portfolio Server and enjoyed first-hand experience as a user of the software. Since joining Extensis, Richard has been involved with hundreds if not thousands of installations of Extensis server solutions working closely with customers like; Conde Nast, IPC Magazines, News International, BBC Worldwide, Comic Relief, The British Library, Wellington City Council and The City of Sydney.
Chris Stevens graduated in IT with Japanese and after spending some time teaching in Japan returned to the UK to work in IT. A self-confessed geek, Chris Stevens has been evangelising, and involved with the implementation and deployment of Extensis software solutions across many different industries but has particular knowledge of working with marketing communications, manufacturing, government and heritage and culture markets.
Technical Director, 50 Kaliber Films, Australia
Evan media career has spanned tens years of technical direction and editing for some of the largest and most respected post production companies in Victoria, Australia. As Managing Director of Melbourne-based TDE Post, Evan has created audiovisual content for such clients as BHP Billiton, Hard Rock Cafe, Honda, THQ, Shell and Ford. Evan now manages a media archive and production system with over 60 terabytes of online storage. In 2008 50 Kaliber spearheaded a major company's video content production for their sponsorship of the Beijing Olympic Games, creating and delivering web-based content on location in Beijing on a daily basis. Evan has been a contributing editor to Digital Media World Magazine and is an official Adobe Ambassador for the Asia Pacific region, participating in online training seminars, product launches and roadshows.
Extensis Portfolio Server
Extensis is a leading developer of digital asset management and font management software, offering easy-to-deploy and easy-to-use solutions for protecting and fully leveraging your business' investment in digital assets and fonts.
Portfolio Server 10 is web-based digital asset management (DAM) software that improves efficiency by helping workgroups and organisations quickly find and use digital media.
Register for this event and you can take advantage of these compelling special offers. Conditions apply.
1. 12TB EonNAS Storage - 10% off
Infortrend EonNAS shared storage solution. Ideal for media archive. Save $1,300 inc GST
2. Extensis Portfolio Bundle – 13% off
Bundle of Portfolio Server Pro, NetPublish and NetMediaMAX. Save $2,990 inc GST
3. On-site expert consultation to review your DAM requirements. Value $420 inc GST
Orders must by received or consultation booked on or before December 16 2011 to qualify for any of the specials. Specials are only available to those that have registered for this seminar.
Digistor specialises in broadcast and post-production solutions as well as storage, backup, archive
and digital asset management (DAM). No matter what your requirements, talk to Digistor.