DigitalFilm Tree’s Ramy Katrib to Present FileMaker Pro Database Solutions at Los Angeles Final Cut Pro User Group Meeting
SANTA CLARA, Ca. – February 20, 2006 – Final Cut Pro users will learn firsthand how the award-winning FileMaker Pro 8 (www.filemaker.com) helps manage business and creative processes at the upcoming Los Angeles Final Cut Pro Users Group (LAFCPUG) Meeting. The LAFCPUG will meet at 6:45 p.m., Wed., February 22, at the Gallery Theatre, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA. For further meeting details go to http://www.lafcpug.org/user_schedule.
Ramy Katrib, CEO and founder of West Hollywood-based DigitalFilm Tree (www.digitalfilmtree.com), will demonstrate how applications like Final Cut Pro, FileMaker Pro 8 and related technologies help run his firm’s creative process and manage its business.
DigitalFilm Tree (DFT) is a research and development-based post-production facility, specializing in consulting and workflow design. DFT’s offerings include online mastering, color correction, VFX, and design work. The company’s credits include first time filmmakers as well as the feature films “Cold Mountain” and “Napoleon Dynamite” and the TV series “Scrubs.”
FileMaker Pro 8 forms the backbone of DigitalFilm Tree’s tracking and asset management infrastructure. DigitalFilm Tree uses several custom FileMaker databases for everything from invoicing, to digital dailies, asset management, visual effects status tracking, production and editorial databases.
“From a business management point of view, dedicated use of database software can be instrumental in helping you stay atop the complexities of managing your facility,” said Ramy Katrib, CEO of DigitalFilm Tree. “And inherent to FileMaker Pro 8 is the ability to easily store and retrieve various data types of all sizes, including digital movies, music, photos, and more.”
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