To give students an overview of the key concepts involved in creating digital video for multimedia or video productions using Adobe Premiere.
This Adobe certified course is designed for those who have a good working knowledge of Premiere and who want to explore more advanced concepts and features of the application. It takes delegates through a typical series of steps for creating, editing and fine-tuning a series of video pieces. We also recommend this course for those planning to obtain the Adobe Certified Expert status.
To give students an overview of the key concepts involved in creating digital video for multimedia or video productions using Adobe Premiere Elements.
This course teaches the use of Speedgrade, the powerful colour correction application from Adobe, to grade, balance and professionally finish your film and video productions. The practical tips and techniques covered will give you the confidence to use Speedgrade properly, whether as part of a Premier Pro workflow or with another professional editing system, giving you a fast and effective finish to your productions.
Final Cut Pro X is a revolutionary video editing application that helps beginners and seasoned professionals achieve stunning results. In this three-day, hands-on course, students become familiar with the user interface while they learn how to perform editing functions. Students work with real-world media to learn practical approaches to video editing?from basic techniques to the powerful advanced features of Final Cut Pro. The course replaces the now-deprecated Apple Authorised courses known as FCP101 and FCP300. It may also be taken as a private, closed session over four or five days, for those who prefer more time and a less intensive pace. <strong>For Students Enrolled in a Virtual Class: </strong> Each student will need to setup two (2) computers in order to take the class virtually. The first can be a PC, tablet or Mac. The second computer must be a Mac and you will need the software (and version) being taught in the course already installed on your computer. This setup will allow virtual students to view the presentation on one computer and do support exercises on the other one.
This course is aimed at FCP users with existing experience, who would like to take their skills to the next level.
This one day course will teach participants iMovie's basic approach to video editing, as well as providing additional insights into a wider range of its special features and functionality. During the course candidates will be able to log and capture footage, edit in the iMovie environment, create a short movie using cuts and transitions, apply audio and visual effects filters and export to various platforms.
This course is aimed at editors, data wranglers or enthusiasts who want to flesh out their knowledge of colour correction work. The course teaches critical colour theory concepts, how to use scopes and also analyses how colour is used in film to create mood or affect viewers perceptions.
This course is aimed at those wanting to become colourists or DITs and wishing to work with industry standard colour grading application, Davinci Resolve. The course teaches critical colour theory concepts, how to use scopes and other important aspects of Resolve 10.0.
This course is aimed at video editors who are already doing colour correction work in their NLE, possibly using Magic Bullet, Film Convert or other similar plugins, but want to take their skill levels in Resolve up a notch. The course builds on the delegates knowledge of scopes and makes comprehensive coverage of the principle tools and techniques in Resolve.