Sapsis is now offering Free Weekly Remote Training Sessions
NOTE: A registration link will be provided for individual sessions at about 10AM the Friday before that session. If you don’t see the link or a status of the registration, first try refreshing your browser page, and if that doesn’t work, please email the webmanager
Make sure you register with the email address you use to access Zoom. Once you register, you will be sent a confirmation with the meeting link and passcode. DO NOT LOSE THIS CONFIRMATION. Each registration is unique and if you lose yours, we may not be able to get you in once the session has started.
You can find recordings of the sessions as they become available HERE
This program is designed to communicate the most current health and safety information relevant to our community of filmmakers, producers, crew, and industry professionals. The materials in these guidelines have been reviewed by medical experts and sourced using reputable, science-driven resources.
You’ll receive a Safe Sets™ COVID-19 Certificate when you complete the course. The certificate demonstrates to your team that you’re knowledgeable about upholding a safe production environment and that you value crew’s health and safety.
As we reach the conclusion of the 600MHz UHF spectrum reallocation, it is even more crucial for wireless systems to feature smart technologies that maximize channel count and enhance operational stability. The latest digital wireless systems from Shure deliver unprecedented performance and reliability in challenging RF environments. In this webinar, learn more about the smart technologies integrated into Shure’s digital wireless microphone systems operating in the UHF, DECT, and 2.4GHz bands. We examine the different ways in which each product line manages the balance between high channel count, RF stability, and redundancy. The topics covered give audio engineers and AV designers a deeper understanding of how each product works, knowledge that helps to ensure wireless microphone systems are correctly specified and configured for a given application.
While the COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly, the legislation and regulations used to govern Ontario’s workplaces are not. Under Ontario law, employers have the duty to keep workers and work sites safe and free of hazards.
Workers have the right to refuse unsafe work.
If health and safety concerns are not resolved internally, a worker can seek enforcement by filing a complaint with the ministry’s Health and Safety Contact Centre at 1-877-202-0008.
Welcome to the LAVNCH registration page. As the LAVNCH Platform requires registration (aka: doesn’t allow anonymous users), the following questions are required for registration but we promise they will only take you a few minutes.
LAVNCH is not in the business of selling data to advertisers or marketing firms. This registration form will allow us to offer you a single login for any and all public LAVNCH events in the future (including June’s LAVNCH WEEK), help us make the LAVNCH Platform better operationally as well as targeting interesting content in the future. That said, we want to keep ALL LAVNCH events educational, informative, filled with valuable content AND free. To do this, we are sponsor-supported and, although the sponsors will be provided with lead data, just like at any trade show or conference you have ever attended, they have no control over the content or the speakers.
Join industry thought leaders in a series of panel discussions around current challenges, crisis management strategies and solutions needed to navigate through the COVID-19 crisis.
In this FREE interactive training, CM and HARP will bring some of CM’s Basic Rigging Practices and present them virtually
Develop your skills and your career with resources to learn at your own pace, or with Unity experts.
COVID-19 community support: Unity is committed to supporting our community of creators during this challenging time. Get three months of complimentary access to Unity Learn Premium, and join Create with Code Live, a virtual course for students, teachers, or anyone interested in learning to code.