February 20, 2019 — Visit us at the Blackmagic Design Conference and Expo

Blackmagic Design Conference & Expo
Orlando, FL
February 20, 2019

Join us for the Blackmagic Design Conference and Expo tour for a first look at the brand new DaVinci Resolve workflow features in EVO Shared Storage.

Schedule a Meeting

Time & Date

Wednesday
February 20th
12:00-7:00pm

Location

Crowne Plaza Orlando
304 W E Colonial Dr
Orlando, FL 32801

Complete the form below to schedule a meeting at the show!

Event Overview

  • Learn how to include 16-bit 4K DPX and OpenEXR into your shared workflows with EVO DPX >
  • Start taking full advantage of DaVinci Resolve’s collaborative features with EVO’s hosted Resolve database
  • Learn how to improve data wrangling on set, and get more organized in the edit suite
  • Meet and greet with other professionals and hone your skills with Blackmagic hardware and software


See the full event program >


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