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Non Linear Editing
Saturday 5th June 2010, 10:00am to Thursday 8th July 2010, 4:30pm
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Non Linear Editing
5th Jun 2010 to 8th Jul 2010 10:00 AM to 04:30 PM  
Apple Certified Training - Final Cut Pro 101

AATCe Hertfordshire is pleased to be able to announce the first of its Apple accredited courses in Final Cut Pro. Apple Authorised training provides those who enrol with the highest quality specialist training and internationally recognised accreditation. At AATCe Hertfordshire we are currently offering the Final Cut Pro 101 course, and developing courses in Logic 9, Aperture, Motion 4 and Color for 2011.

In addition to gaining Final Cut Pro 7, Level One Pro status, the University of Hertfordshire is also able to accredit this course as a 15-credit CPD module. UH is a Skillset Media Academy - one of only 17 Skillset Media Academies in the UK. Our Skillset Media Academy status means that we are recognised as a provider of some of the best media education and skills development in the UK.

This course is designed to teach participants the basic principles of video editing, using Final Cut Pro. They will gain an understanding of the primary feature set and basic interface of the programme. They will learn how to import video from a variety of sources and to output edited material in a range of formats, for various professional purposes.

Participants will be introduced to non-linear editing as a storytelling tool and will gain an understanding of an editor's responsibility for story, mood and genre. They will get hands-on experience of serving the narrative through effective editing. They will use editing to condense and expand time and to create tension. They will learn different editing styles for drama, documentary, music video and news etc.

The concept of ‘continuity editing’ and various narrative alternatives, in both classic and contemporary work will be introduced.

Indicative content includes

• Capturing and managing video from various sources, previewing, logging. Folder hierarchy.
• Working with the interface - workflow, projects, sequences and bins. Editing in the timeline
• Working with audio - hearing and seeing audio, levels and sync
• Applying transitions, adding filters corrective filters, mattes and keying
• Creating motion effects - the motion tab, animating parameters
• Adding text, graphics and keyframes
• Grading - colour correcting and image effects
• Finishing and Outputting – exporting. Compressor
• The editor and the narrative arc.     

Cost: £595

Venue: University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield.
(Approximately 20 minutes by train from London Kings Cross)

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