Macworld Expo Announces Users Conference Sessions

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IDG announced on Tuesday the line-up of Users Conference for Macworld Expo 2006. The 30 sessions are spread across five tracks titled Mac Power User, Creative Tools, Digital Photography, Digital Video, and Productivity. David Pogue, from the New York Times, will be returning to present "Tiger Secrets."

Highlights from the Users Conference Sessions include:

    Tiger Secrets Join this highly entertaining session as popular New York Times columnist, David Pogue, makes Mac OS X Tiger, sing, dance, and walk on its head.
    Digital Storytelling with Your iLife Media iLife allows nonprofessionals to achieve amazingly professional results with your digital media: photos, movies, music.
    Getting Better Pictures from Your Digital Camera Photo expert, Ben Long, covers all of the fundamental photographic concepts that a good photographer needs to know, whether theyire shooting digital or film.
    Essentials of Digital Cinematography This seminar will condense 2 years of film school into 75 minutes -- how to get stunningly beautiful, Hollywood quality results from any DV camcorder.
    Mac OS X Tiger for Windows Users Tiger provides a variety of features and technologies that enable Macs and PCs running Windows to work seamlessly together.

Also announced were the Hands-on MacLabs sessions. Each half-day long session will be on Friday, January 13. Topics for the MacLabs sessions include:

    Mastering the Adobe Creative Suite
    Building Your Own Packages
    QuickTime Media Creation and Online Delivery: A 4-Hour Tour
    Get "Authorizedi with DVD Studio Pro
    Final Cut Studio Integration
    Unleash your Creativity with Corel Painter IX

Macworld Expo runs from January 9 through January 13, 2006, at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. For additional information about the Expo, Users Conference sessions, and Hands-on MacLabs sessions, visit the Macworld Expo Web site.

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