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A video editor is the professional responsible for editing the raw footage shot during the making of a movie. Video editing work is done with digital footage and computers in what is known as non-linear editing.
A video editor will usually sit down with the director, and sometimes the producer, and watch hours and hours of raw footage. Together, they will then decide which scenes should be kept and which ones should be deleted. Once all of the final footage has been chosen and melded together, a video editor will then often work with a sound effect editor. Together, they will digitally insert sounds into a movie at just the right moments.
Audio is another important part of video editing. For example, sound effect may be added to the movie at just the right times, in order to make it appear as if they were part of the original video. This can include sound effects like explosions or even simple footsteps. Background music is often added as well.
Most video editors start out as editing assistants or apprentices to senior editors in production studios or broadcasting stations. They may start by editing movies and television shows. After gaining more experience, talented video editors may have the chance to work their way up to senior video editing positions.
Video editors also usually have opportunities to work as freelancers. Some freelance video editors may work on movies and television shows, but the majority of them usually work with short films and online videos.
This 8week course gives students all the fundamental skills to edit with the Adobe Premiere Pro and Media Encoder software. The course is designed for entry level to intermediate editors.
The Digital Sound Editing training is designed to teach students Digital Audio Principles and Sound Editing techniques. At the end of the training students will be able to create, polish audio, customize music and add sound effects with ease using Adobe Audition the leading sound editing program for video editors.
Advanced Color Grading in Adobe SpeedGrade CC and Premiere Pro CC is the perfect course for you want to inject more emotion into your video productions as an editor? In this advanced course you will go beyond the fundamentals of video editing by learning how to isolate color into primary and secondary layers for pixel-perfect tone correction. This will allow you to create powerfully effective imagery that cannot be done inside of Premiere Pro alone.
The course aims at training students, and professionals seeking a career in video Production, editing in particular, specially those who have working knowledge of various graphics software; industry workers who wish to upgrade their qualifications; professionals who want to learn advance video color enhancement, corrections and grading tecniques; film and TV production professionals, and those seeking a career in editing and web multimedia will benefit from this course.
Students are advice to come with their laptops as this will help them perform more better in the Academy and also at home.
Lecture: 2 times in a week for the regular classes or Saturdays for the Weekend Classes
Morning Session: 10am - 1pm
Afternoon Session: 2pm - 5pm
Weekend: 10am - 4pm (Course duration may be extended)
|Video Editing- VE101||Premiere, Media Encoder, Other Supporting Apps, Intro to Graphics||10 WEEKS||80,000|
|Audio Editing - AA101||
Adobe Audition, Audacity, Audio Compression Apps
|Advance Color Correction & Grading||
Premiere Pro , Adobe SpeedGrade