Sunday, November 27, 2011

Vanjam Official Trailer from KalaAnantarupah Media Labs

Monday, November 21, 2011

3A(Apple-Adobe-Android ) Certified Workshop - 24th to 31st Dec 2011 - Register Immd.




Apple Final Cut Pro Studio - Rs. 22,800/-
Apple Final Cut Pro X  - Rs. 17,250/-
Color Correction in FCS-Rs.11,250/-
Logic Studio :- Rs. 17,250/-
Adobe Premiere CS5 -Rs.15250/-
Adobe Photoshop-Rs. 11,250/-
Android -Rs.11,250/-


REGISTRATION FEE -RS.10,000/- 
Remaining you please on the day of workshop.


100% Placement Assistance


For Booking please contact :- kmedialabs@gmail.com


Cheers...
Thiyagarajakumar BTech,Mba,Mbl,Sap,Pmp,Ph.D
Director
KalaAnantarupah Media Labs

Saturday, November 19, 2011

IIM INDORE Invitation for 4th Conference on Research and Excellence 2012



Dear Sir/ Madam,

Greetings from Indian Institute of Management, Indore.

We are proud to announce the 4th CONFERENCE ON EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION to be held during May 10 -13, 2012 at the Indian Institute of Management Indore.  

The CERE 2012 aims to provide a forum for interaction of researchers, academicians, and industry personnel to stimulate ideas and promote the development initiatives and partnerships. It provides a golden opportunity for participants to gain valuable insights into the innovative trends and strategies in the key areas of management.

CERE 2012 will consist of four days of presentation of peer-reviewed papers, interactive workshops, panel discussions and a series of keynote addresses. Our target audience comprises of Corporate Delegates, Faculty, Research Scholars and Students from prestigious Management Colleges and other educational institutions of India and abroad.

We invite you to enrich the conference with contribution of your valuable research in one of the following key areas:

1.    Economics - ECO
2.    Operations Management - OPM
3.    Financial Management - FIN
4.    Information System - INF
5.    Marketing Management - MKT
6.    Corporate Governance - COG
7.    Human Resource & OB - HRM
8.    Quantitative Methods - QTM
9.    Strategic Management - STR
10. Social Issues - SOC
11. Business Communication - BCM
12. Others - OTH

Salient Features of CERE 2012

Prizes- The three Best Papers presented will be awarded Merit Certificates and cash prizes of Rs. 25000, Rs. 15000, and Rs. 10000.

Hospitality-Accommodation and travel grant (within India 3 AC by shortest route ) will be provided to registered participants( 1ST Author only).

Instructions for Submission of Abstracts/ Papers

File name:
Abstracts:
AREA_NAME_ABS_TITLE.doc /.pdf
Example:
FIN_Avik Sinha_ABS_Relative Volatility.doc
Full Papers:
AREA_NAME_PAP_TITLE.doc /.pdf
Example:
FIN_Avik Sinha_PAP_Relative Volatility.doc

Length of Abstract: maximum 250 words.
Length of Full Paper: maximum 5000 words

Content of Abstract:
a.    Purpose
d.   Conclusion
b.    Method
e.    Applicative value
c.    Results


Recommended styles for bibliography and citations: American Psychological Association, 6th edition.

Important Deadlines:

Abstract draft to be received:  30th November, 2011
Abstract acceptance confirmation:  20th December, 2011
Full paper to be received:   31st January, 2012
Paper acceptance confirmation:  28th February, 2012
Camera ready paper / presentation to be received and Registration: 30th March, 2012
Final confirmation: 15th April, 2012

Send in your abstract/full paper to cere12@iimidr.ac.in

Attached herewith are the Conference brochure and the registration form. For further details, please visit our website at www.iimidr.ac.in.

We look forward to your participation in the 4th CONFERENCE ON EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AND EDUCATION 2012 at IIM, Indore

Cheers....
Thiyagarajakumar BTech,Mba,Mbl,Sap,Pmp,Ph.D
Director
KalaAnantarupah Media Labs



Wednesday, November 16, 2011

KalaAnantarupah Media Labs "Apple Final Cut Pro X 101 - Introduction to Final Cut Pro X Training Course"



Final Cut Pro X training Course synopsis
This three day hands-on course introduces students to the primary feature set and basic interface of Final Cut Pro. In this course you learn to perform basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface. Topics include basic setup, adjusting and customizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, ripple, roll, slip and slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output.

Prerequisites For this Final Cut Pro X training Course
Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course:

Knowledge of Mac OS X and basic computer navigation

Basic knowledge of editing terminology is recommended


What you Will learn In this Final Cut Pro X training Course
Exploring the Final Cut Pro X Interface
Importing
Organizing Clips in an Event
Building a Rough Cut
Fine tuning a Rough Cut
Adding to the Primary Storyline
Working with Titles, Generators and Themes
Applying Effects and Enhancing Color

Final Cut Pro X training Course length and time
This class is 3 days long. Class time is 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Breaks are scheduled throughout the day and lunch is typically scheduled 12-1. Students provide their own lunch.

Final Cut Pro X - Enrollment
Please email your profile to us:- kmedialabs@gmail.com

Schedule and Pricing
26th Dec 2011 to 28th Dec 2011
Pricing:- 17250/-
Registration:- Rs.10,000/-

REGISTER ON OR BEFORE :- 25/11/2011


Goals For this Final Cut Pro training Course
KalaAnantarupah Media Labs and Associates realizes the importance of education and we take pride in  being able to offer you classes that are more custom fit to your needs. if you have any special questions or e-mail us at kmedialabs@gmail.com


lesson 1 - Exploring the Final 
Cut Pro X Interface
Following a Workflow
Opening Final Cut Pro X
Exploring the Interface
Using Menus and Shortcuts
Viewing and Sorting Events
Skimming Clips and Changing Views
Viewing and Creating Projects
Working in the Project Library
Viewing Projects in the Timeline
Hiding and Quitting Final Cut Pro

lesson 2 - Importing
Importing Media into an Event
Importing Folders as Keyword Collections
Analyzing and Correcting Imported Clips
Importing from a Camera
Importing from the Finder
Importing from Other Applications

lesson 3 - organizing Clips in an event
Using Metadata to Customize an Event
Adding Keywords to Clips
Assigning Multiple Keywords to Clips
Applying Keywords to a Clip Range, Rating
Sorting and Searching Clips
Creating Smart Collections

lesson 4 - Building a rough Cut
Creating a New Project
Screening and Marking Clips
Appending Clips in the Timeline
Viewing and Arranging Clips in the 
Magnetic Timeline
Inserting Clips into the Primary Storyline
Changing Edited Clips
Connecting Clips to the Primary Storyline
Closing your Project

lesson 5 - Fine tuning a rough Cut
Adding Markers to a Project
Connecting Clips to the Primary Storyline
Overwriting and Replacing Clips
Auditioning Clips in the Project
Working with Story lines

lesson 6 - adding to the primary story line
Duplicating a Project
Removing Clip Selections and Adding Gaps
Understanding Trimming
Applying the Trim Tool
Trimming with Precision

lesson 7 - Applying transitions
Preparing for Transitions
Applying a Video Transition
Using the Transitions Browser
Modifying Transitions
Changing Transition Parameters in the 
Inspector
Adding Transitions to Other Story lines and 
Compound Clips
Exploring Audio Transitions

lesson 8 - Working With sound
Monitoring and Adjusting Audio in the 
Timeline
Adding Music and Sound Effects
Adjusting Levels in the Audio Inspector
Creating Audio Fades
Recording a Narration Track
Correcting Problem Audio Day

lesson 9 - Working with titles,generators and themes
Using the Titles Browser
Adding a Lower Third
Modifying Titles
Adding Bumpers and Credits
Working with Video Generators
Using Themes

lesson 10 - Re-timing and  transforming Clips
Understanding Motion Properties
Retiming Clips
Creating Holds and Variable Speed 
Segments
Applying Preset Speed Effects
Transforming an Image
Cropping an Image
Adding a Ken Burns Effect
Creating Keyboard Shortcuts

lesson 11 - Applying effects and enhancing Color
Applying Video Effects
Modifying Effect Parameters
Auditioning and Animating Effects
Applying Audio Effects
Enhancing Color in Final Cut Pro

lesson 12 - Exporting and sharing your project
Preparing a Project for Exporting and 
Sharing
Detecting Audio Peaks
Adjusting Video Levels for Broadcast
Applying Audio Effects
Exporting Movie File
Publishing a Project to Apple Devices
Publishing a Project to Video Sharing Sites
Exporting an Image from your Project
Exporting for Blue-Ray Disc, DVD, or Disk 
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KalaAnantarupah Media Labs "Apple Final Cut Pro Studio Workshop"





Training Course Synopsis
This five day hands-on course will teach you how to craft your perfect story, create stunning animated graphics, and intuitively produce audio. In this course you learn to utilize Final Cut Pro latest version as the hub of your production workflow. Topics include basic setup, adjusting 
and customizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, ripple, roll, slip and slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output.

Training Course Length and Time
This class is 5 days long. Class time is 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Breaks are scheduled throughout the day and lunch is typically scheduled 12-1. Students provide their own lunch.

What you will learn in this Training Course
Working with the Browser and Bins
Drag and drop editing
Trimming Edit points
Soundtrack with Final Cut Pro
Creating Dynamic Motion Effects
Finishing and Outputting
Integration with DVD Studio Pro

Who Should attend this Training Course
Video professionals or beginners who need an essential understanding of digital video, composting, special effects and motion editing. Experienced users will also benefit from the many tips and tricks and special exercises. This class is a discounted combination of Final Cut Pro 100, Final Cut Pro 300. For student cancellation purposes, each separate component is treated as a separate class.

Enrollment
Please email your profile to us :- kmedialabs@gmail.com 

Schedule and Pricing
24th Dec 2011 to 28th Dec 2011
Pricing:- 22800/-
Registration Fee:- Rs.10,000/-

REGISTER ON OR BEFORE :- 25/11/2011

Prerequisites for this Training Course
Knowledge of your operating system and basic computer navigation is required for all classes.

Goals for this training course
KalaAnantarupah Media Labs and Associates realizes the importance of education and we take pride in being able to offer you classes that are more custom fit to your needs. If you have any special questions or email us at kmedialabs@gmail.com



Lesson 1
Screening and Marking in FCP
Launching Final Cut Pro
Following a Workflow
Working with Projects
Working with Projects
Organizing Project Elements
Playing Clips in the Viewer
Navigating Clips
Playing and Navigating
Marking Clips
Saving, Hiding, and Quitting FCP

Lesson 2
Editing Clips in the Timeline
Managing Project Elements
Editing a Rough Cut
Making Overwrite Edits
Managing Timeline Tracks
Making Insert Edits
Adding Audio Clips
Moving Clips in the Timeline
Creating a New Rough-Cut Version

Lesson 3
Finishing the Rough-Cut
Adding Cutaways
Editing to Narration
Editing to Music
Copying and Cutting
Pasting and Positioning Clips

Lesson 4
Preparing a Project for Trimming
Trimming Overview
Rippling Edit Points
Rippling in the Viewer
Rippling by Numbers
Trimming on the V2 Track
Trimming One Track of a Linked Clip



Lesson 5
Trimming to Refi ne a Sequence
Preparing Your Sequence
Adjusting Two Edit Points
Slipping One Clip
Slipping Sequence Clips
Rolling Two Edit Points
Sliding Clips to Refine Position
Dragging Clips to New Locations
Keeping Linked Clips in Syn



Lesson 6
Refining the Editing Process
Creating Subclips
Adding Markers to Clips
Storyboard Editing
Replacing Edits
Editing Multicamera


Lesson 7
Supporting the Editing Process
Reconnecting Media
Playing Multiple Formats
Working with Master Clips
Finding and Labeling Project Items
Customizing Shortcut Keys
Saving and Loading Layouts
Optimizing User Preferences


Lesson 8
Capturing Footage
Connecting Sources for Capture
Creating a New Project for Capturing
Logging Your Clips
Choosing Clip Settings
Choosing Capture Settings
Choosing Capture Options
Setting Capture Preferences
Acquiring Other Media


Lesson 9
Applying Transitions
Evaluating Project Needs
Understanding Transitions
Viewing Transition Options
Applying Transitions
Modifying and Copying Transitions
Using the Transition Editor
Changing Transition Parameters
Previewing and Rendering Effects



Lesson 10
Mixing Audio Tracks
Preparing the Project for Mixing
Editing and Organizing Audio Effects
Monitoring and Adjusting Audio Levels
Applying Transitions to Fade Volume
Setting Keyframes to Change Volume
Using the Audio Mixer
Recording a Narration Track
Importing CD Track



Lesson 11
Creating Title

Preparing the Project for Titles
Working with Video Generators
Adding a Lower Third
Creating a Credit Roll
Adding Mattes
Applying a Boris Title
Building a Composite Opening Title
Using Master Templates
Working with Graphic



Lesson 12
Changing Motion Properties
Evaluating a Project
Changing Speed Properties
Creating a Freeze Frame
Changing Clip Size and Position
Building a Split Screen
Animating Motion Parameter



Lesson 13
Applying Filters
Evaluating a Project for Effects
Applying and Viewing Video Filters
Viewing and Modifying Filter Parameters
Applying Audio Filters
Using a Color Correction Filter
Animating Filters


Lesson 14
Finishing and Outputting
Preparing the Project for Finishing
Detecting Audio Peaks
Adjusting Video Levels for Broadcast
Exporting QuickTime Files
Outputting to Tape
Making a Timecode Window Burn
Backing Up Project



Lesson 15
Professional Editing Techniques
How the Pro’s Do It
Three-Point Editing
Insert Editing
Audio-Only and Video-Only Editing
Draging to the Timeline
Handling Target Track Settings
Cameo: Tapeless Groove-Steve Purcell


Lesson 16
Accelerating Your Workflow
Going Beyond Double Click
Using Match Frame
Using the Replace Edit
Ganging the Playhead



Lesson 17
Trimming Edits
The Dynamic Art
Trimming from the Keyboard
Splitting Edits
Using Slip and Slide
Advanced Techniques


Lesson 18
Advanced Trimming Techniques
Using the Trim Edit Window
Trimming Dynamically
Trimming Across Multiple Tracks
Trimming Asymmetrically
Additional Practice


Lesson 19
Audio Sweetening
Mastering Audio Levels
Matching Audio Levels
Removing Normalization
Adjusting Levels Dynamically 
Adding Fades
Fading Using Keyframes
Making Uniform Changes
Bussing in Final Cut Pro
Filtering Audi
Applying Audio Filters
Using the Audio Mixer
Recording Live Keyframe



Lesson 20
Multicamera Editing
Editing Footage
Using the Multiclip
Creating Multiclip
Editing Multiclip
Trimming a Mutliclip Sequence
Collapsing a Multiclip
Working wit Many Angels
Setting Angle Order
Deleting and Adding Angles
Preset Multiclip Button Bars
Switching Angles
Separating Audio and Video
Applying Effects to Multiclips


Lesson 21
Advanced Compositing
Launching a Project
Using RT Extreme Settings
Reviewing Motion Basics
Resetting Attributes
Creating a Multilayered Show Opener
Editing Superimposed Video Layer

Cropping Images
Resizing and Repositioning Clips
Positioning Clips Precisely in the Canvas
Distorting Images
Changing Clip Timing
Experimenting with Composite Modes
Adding Graphics from a Layered 
Photoshop File
Adding the Logo to the Composition
Rotating the Surfboard


Lesson 22
Mastering Video Filters
Applying Filters
Using Auto Select with Multiple Tracks
Changing Parameters
Adjusting Filter’s In and Out Points
Resetting Parameters
Moderating Filter Effects
Controlling Filter Effect Amount
Masking Filter Effects
Managing Filters
Preferred Effects
Creating Favorite Filters
Applying a Favorite Filter 
Creating Filter Packs
Moving and Preserving Favorites
Using Utility Filters
Using Non-Corrective Filters
Using Other Filter


Lesson 23
Creating Dynamic Effects
Keyframing Basics
Keyframing in the Canvas
Modifying the Path
Smoothing Your Path
Moving the Path
Deleting Keyframes
Controlling Acceleration
Keyframing in the Viewer
Smoothing Keyframes
Animating Filters
Keyfaming in the Timeline
Displaying Keyframe Bars
Customizing Keyframe Bars
Editing Keyframe Graphs in the Timeline


Lesson 24
Nesting Sequences
Understanding Nested Sequences
Basic Nesting 
Understanding Live Links
Applying Effects to Multiple Clips
Applying Complex Geometric Settings
Applying Motion Parameter

Add a Background Element
Adjusting the Anchor Point
Changing the Render Order
Reordering Motion Effects
Mixing Sequence Sizes
Using Nesting as an Editing Tool
Marking a Sequence with In and Out Points
Editing Within the Nested Sequence
Using Pr-Trimmed Subsequences
Editing the Content of Subsequence


Lesson 25
Variable Speed
Constant Speed Changes
Maintaining Sequence Length
Scaling Attributes
Displaying Speed Indicators
Variable Speed Changes
Ramping Constant Speed Effects
Creating Speed Segments
Smoothing Speed Segments
Custom Speed Keyframe Curves
Dragging Speed Keyframes
Creating a Temporary Freeze
Using the Speed Tool
Removing Speed Effects
Copying and Saving Speed Effect



Lesson 26
The Big Finish
Widescreen Workflows
Converting 4:3 Footage to Widescreen
Converting Widescreen Footage to 4:3
More Letterboxing Techniques
Managing Your Media
Consolidating Media
Moving Media
Trimming Sequences in Media Manager


Lesson 27
Sharing Your Work
Sharing to Apple Devices
Sharing to Optical Media 
Creating a DVD
Creating an HD Disc
Sharing to the Web
Creating a Custom Web Movie
Exporting Audio
Creating a Stereo Mix
Exporting Channel Groups
Making a Multichannel QuickTime Movie
Exporting Audio to OMF
Delivering Corresponding Video
Exporting QuickTime Movies
Creating Reference Movies
Exporting Project Data

Monday, November 14, 2011

Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's Innovative Leadership stage concept Created Uncertainty?



Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's Innovative Leadership Stage Concept created uncertainty?

We don't like uncertainty.It's not comfortable.

We want Innovation.We need New Ideas. We like Creativity.It's engaging..

But you know,An Innovative idea always creates uncertainty.So while we say we want creativity,new ideas and innovation in our film making or any industrial area we often reject it because it is new, different and risky. It takes us to places that we are not familiar with and places where we don't have all the answers.The irony is that while we say like innovation we develop a deep bias against it.

Interestingly, Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's Doctorate  in leadership stages concept states that "Anti -Creativity bias is so subtle that people are unaware of it, which can interfere with their ability to recognize a creative idea/concept in their respective field". In other words ,Our aversion to uncertainty means we find it difficult to even recognize a creative new idea when we see it,focused it, as well are on removing the risky,uncomfortable strain on the status in which.

Consequently, new ideas are often rejected out in-hand in favor of the tried and trusted at times when we need new ideas the most. This resistance is so strong at times that even supporting objective evidence may not help break down barriers.

The Leadership stage for Filmmakers concept implementation study includes, "Our results show that regardless of how open minded people are, when they feel motivated to reduce uncertainty either because they have an immediate goal of reducing uncertainty,or feel uncertain generally, this may bring negative associations with creativity to mind which result in lower evaluations of a creative idea".

If you want to change the World of Cinema  or any industry, get comfortable with the uncomfortable.





Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's Innovative Leadership Stage For the Filmmakers concept  created uncertainty? 

Creativity Changes the Status in which,but it we want to grow and develop we have to get comfortable with the unknown and accept reasonable risk. Our fear of uncertainty can cause us to reject new ideas just because they are new.

Thank you all of our Film making brothers,Actors, Actress, Team and Supporters. 





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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Leadership Stage Teamwork and a Common Vision by Thiyagarajakumar BTech,MBA,MBL,SAP,PMP,PH.D,Director,KalaAnantarupah Media Labs & Group



Leadership Stage Team Work and A Common Vision

Our KalaAnantarupah Media Labs Director & Leadership Stage Concept Creator Thiyagarajakumar always think in terms of "WE" rather than "I".He offered a unique perspective on this when he said "An army is a team.It lives, eats, sleeps,fights as a team.This Individuality stuff is a bunch of crap".

When the team succeeds, every member deserves and takes credit; and every member must share responsibility for failures. This approach is a good way of gaining members buy-in for tough decisions. The Leadership Stage team members need to know as much as on the senior Leaders on the L.S Team. They want to be an integral part of the solution and are willing to sacrifice during tough times so long as they see sacrifice coming from the top first.

While management can be delegated to responsible people,leadership cannot. The best Leaders surround themselves with capable people who can perform and supervise the tasks and processes necessary to run a successful business.Leaders understand that getting people united behind them is different than issuing instructions on what those people should be doing. Leaders must focus on the bigger picture and ensure that everyone shares a common vision. This responsibility can't be effectively transferred because that vision must come straight from the top.

You must be willing to make decisions and lead by example. Some consider this the most important quality in the leadership stage concept.Leaders should also avoid being surrounded by "YES MAN" and insist that subordinates be honest,even when they know their comments are not what the leader wants to hear. This enables leaders to anticipate and avoid bigger problems well before they occur by testing the viability and strength of proposed solutions. Open discussion and debate usually lead to better decision-making  and a feeling of inclusiveness and ownership for all involved.


By Thiyagarajakumar BTech,MBA,MBL,SAP,PMP,PH.D
     Director,KalaAnantarupah Media Labs & Group  

Leadership Stage Seminar/Workshop Booking
+91-98860 65752  
leadershipstages@gmail.com

** Booking must be received no later than 30days  before the 
     workshop/seminar date.

‎17th ALL India Children's Educational Audio Video Festival (AICEAVF-2012)-Leadership stage for filmmaker by kalaanantrarupah media labs





‎17th ALL India Children's Educational Audio Video Festival (AICEAVF-2012)

Deadline:- Dec 16th 2011

Each year, CIET organizes annual All India Children’s Educational Audio Video Festival (AICEAVF).

It aims to provide opportunity to producers of educational audio-video programmes to showcase their creative work and to share their experiences of making educational programmes with each other.


Began in 1988 to showcase audio and video programmes produced by the Central Institute of Educational Technology and State Institutes of Educational Technology in India, it has blossomed as India’s major educational programme festival inviting entries from all those creative producers who contribute significantly to the process of broadening the horizons of children and teachers through their audio and video programmes. There have been sixteen festivals till now. The 17th edition of the festival will be held in Thiruavanthapuram during Feb.1- 3, 2012.


If you need any guidance/assistance:-
kmedialabs@gmail.com/ leadershipstages@gmail.com



All the best :)

Cheers....
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy
Director
KalaAnantarupah
Bangalore-Chennai
+91-98860 65752
kmedialabs@gmail.com






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