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Peachpit Sponsors Upcoming Popular Video Compression Webinar(March 08, 2010)
DMN Newswire--2010-3-8-- NewMediaStudies.com and Andy Beach are pleased to announce the addition of Peachpit as a Bronze Sponsor to the growing list of sponsors for the upcoming free webinar titled "Video Compression Recipes Make Your Videos Look Great On All Devices!".
This free "how-to" webinar, scheduled for March 16, 2010 at 10am PDT, will walk you through some fundamentals of video compression and show you how to apply those fundamentals in some of today's most popular compression applications including Telestream's Episode Encoder Pro and Apple's Compressor.
"Those new to compression will gain knowledge as well as old hands looking for new 'recipes' to make their videos look their best regardless of what device you want to show your video in." stated Andy Beach, author of the book "Real World Video Compression".
"In addition to the great content that Andy Beach will present, Telestream will also be giving away two free copies of Episode Encoder Pro valued at $995 each copy during the webinar." stated Marcelo Lewin, Founder and CEO of Center For New Media Studies, owner of NewMediaWebinars.com, "All of our sponsors have graciously donated many prizes to give away during this webinar and we are extremely thankful to all of them for doing so!"
As an added bonus Peachpit is also contributing two $125 gift certificates towards the purchase of any of their Digital Video books. This prize is to be added to the large list of giveaways from all of our sponsors for attendees of the "Video Compression Recipes Make Your Videos Look Great On All Devices!" webinar.
To date, the sponsors for the webinar include Telestream, Sony Creative Software and Peachpit.
The list of giveaways at the webinar include two licenses of Telestream's Episode Encoder Pro, Sony Vegas Pro 9, Sony Sound Forge Pro 10, two $125 gift certificates towards the purchase of any Peachpit digital video books and 2 copies of Real World Video Compression books.
To find out more information about this webinar or to register for free, please visit http://www.newmediawebinars.com/webinar-video-compression-recipes-for-great-results/. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor on this webinar, please visit http://www.newmediawebinars.com/sponsor-new-media-webinars/.
Berkeley-based Peachpit has been publishing the industry's best-selling books on the latest in graphic design, desktop publishing, multimedia, Web design and development, digital video and general Macintosh computing since 1986. Its award-winning books feature step-by-step explanations, timesaving techniques, savvy insider tips, and expert advice for computer users of all sorts. Peachpit is part of Pearson, the international media company. Pearson's primary operations also include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group. Learn more at www.peachpit.com and www.pearson.com.
About Andy Beach
Andy Beach is a digital media professional who combines technology, creativity, and business strategy. He is also the author of Real World Video Compression, a book that seeks to explain the world of compression in plain English. Andy's background includes experience in the fields of post-production, video compression, product strategy & marketing, and interactive rich media solutions. His knowledge of video post-production, compression and interactive design has attracted clients worldwide, including: Microsoft, Major League Baseball, Apple, INC and Adobe Systems, INC. Andy has a degree in film & video from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
NewMediaWebinars.com, owned by Center For New Media Studies, is a producer of many popular webinars including "What's So Hot About Nuke", "Working With Green Screen Shots", "Monetizing Digital Content", "Video Compression Recipes", "Twitter For Leads" plus many others. We have worked with many companies to produce highly successful webinar events. You can learn more at NewMediaWebinars.com.
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