Welcome to the CarolinaFCPUG web site!
The Carolina Final Cut Pro User Group is a community of digital media professionals, students, and enthusiasts.
Our mission is to bring creative people together in discussions, collaborations, and learning opportunities. Please join the FCP-talk list for discussions, announcements, and user group information.
The Carolina Final Cut Pro User Group will host an informal meet up on Monday, October 19 at 7:00 pm at Tyler's Taproom in Carrboro to network and discuss upcoming events.
The event is open to all members and friends of the North and South Carolina film and video community. Feel free to bring along a friend or two and spread the word to your colleagues.
Meet and greet with members of the user group to kick off upcoming user group events. Stay tuned for announcements about upcoming Pro events in RTP, Charlotte, Asheville, and Columbia.
If you plan to attend, please send an email to the administration so we will have an idea about headcount.
To sign up for Carolina Final Cut Pro meeting announcements and local events, please join the FCP-Talk listserv, or send your contact information to Membership Info. Feel free to follow our activities on Twitter
In the interest of expediting discussion and to provide more timely solutions to your questions, we have disabled our forum boards in favor of utilizing the CarolinaFCPUG FCP-Talk email list as the preferred method of communication. The discussion board software is becoming more and more cumbersome to maintain and the amount of time required to monitor spam is taking away from the overall experience. In the future, please join our FCP-Talk list to engage the expertise of the membership. The FCP community has become more than a million users, many great discussion forums have evolved over the years. The CarolinaFCPUG forum was originally intended as a means for local folks to get information online and not set up to compete with the other awesome FCP resources available. From this point forward, we are going to focus our effects on hosting local meetings instead.
Our main goal is to promote the excellence of film, video, and media production through the collective knowledge and the experience of our members. We hope you will contribute to the success of our group! We welcome your contributions and ideas.
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Please visit the Carolina Final Cut Pro User Group meetup page for information about future meetings.
We had a great meeting on Thursday, June 18, 7:00-9:00 p.m. In addition to the NAB and WWDC 2009 updates, Chris Cates of The Film Foundry previewed their latest film Running The Sahara and discussed production challenges while travelling across multiple countries in extreme environments.
Send your feedback and suggestions to the CarolinaFCPUG administration.
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