April 20, 2017 - April 21, 2017
June 22, 2017 - June 23, 2017
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Avid Assistant Editor Workshop
The job of the assistant editor has never been so tough. Assistants are expected to handle a dizzying array of tasks including how to ingest a myriad range of file formats and codecs, Sync and group multiple cameras, prep for export and on-line and of course, organize, organize, organize. Assistants are often expected to know everything from “why did my computer crash” to “why can’t I AMA link my 5D footage” to “where are my are keys?!”.
This two-day workshop will teach you the skills to get you well on your way to becoming an Avid Assistant Editor. We will cover topics from how to create a project to ingesting file based media such as XDCAM EX and Canon 5D footage to prepping for on-line and creating an AAF export.
The class will cover the following topics:
- Creating Projects and Profiles
- Organizational Techniques
- Introduction to Avid User Interface
- File Base Ingest
- Import and AMA
- Capturing Tape
- Group and Multigroup
- Multicamera Editing
- Audio Passes
- Exporting Quicktimes
- Exporting AAF/OMF Files
- Outputting to Tape
- Prep for Online
Who is this class for? This class is designed for the budding assistant editor or producer.
Prerequisite: Prospective students should have taken our Media Composer Fundamentals I or have equivalent knowledge of Avid prior to taking this class.
Regular Price: $499
Early Bird: $399 (Early Bird Price Ends March 31 for April class)
When: NEW DATES!! April 20, 2017 - April 21, 2017 (Thursday & Friday)
Certification cost: NA