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What's New is CS6: In this webinar series, you will hear from experts in their fields discuss new product features and tips and tricks to enhance your work. You will also have a chance to ask them questions in these live online sessions.

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The Making of “A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman”
Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 10:00am Pacific Time

See how the video pros behind “A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman” used high-performance Adobe post-production tools to bring the animated Graham Chapman memoir to life. Join this webinar to learn how this breakthrough film integrated the work of 14 animation studios into a holistic 3D stereographic film, to celebrate the life and multifaceted career of deceased Monty Python member Graham Chapman. This presentation will cover Made Visual Studios’ digital workflows which relied on After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and other Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium tools to weave the creative visions and talents of many contributors into a film that mirrors Chapman’s genius.

Presenter Bios: Justin Weyers, Co-Founder & Director at Made Visual Studio and Animation Producer for “A Liar’s Autobiography”. Justin is the Co-Founder of Made Visual Studio, a multidisciplinary creative agency in east London that thrives on unique, diverse projects and whose motto is “Simply Put: An Idea To An Image”. Branching across Animation, Branding, Strategy, Design, and Art Direction, Justin sticks his nose in them all.

Andy Hay, Stereoscopic Technical Man for “A Liar’s Autobiography”. Andy is a motion graphics designer brought on to the team at Made Visual Studio for the project “A Liar’s Autobiography”. Andy was involved in the development and learning of stereoscopic 3D and worked very closely with all the companies involved in the film on their workflows. Also he is a really nice guy.


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Online live webinars are scheduled events simulcast over the web via Adobe Connect. You'll need a computer with a browser, Adobe Flash player and Internet connection. Voice-Over IP will broadcast audio over your computer speakers. To register you need your Adobe.com membership login and password. If you need to create a membership, or do not remember your login and password, please go to the Adobe.com membership page.

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Note: There is limited capacity in the webinars, so if a session fills up, a recording will be available on adobe.com/events.


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