This class uses a hands-on approach to learning the basic principles of video editing and overcoming challenges that inexperienced editors might face when cutting their films. Students will learn how to import clips, add them to a timeline, editing techniques, adding effects & transformations, audio, titles, basic colour correction, finishing and exporting a video for distribution.
Raymon Fong has been teaching post-production and video editing in the 3D Animation & CGI program for 9 years and is the recipient of the 2016 Teaching Excellence Award at Dawson College. He has 15 years of video production, motion graphics and multi-media experience. He is also an avid artist, songwriter & producer of small video productions.
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Who Should Take This Workshop?
This is an introductory course, which covers all the bases for those who are new to video editing in Adobe Premiere. Small groups ensure that each student’s voice is heard and has their needs met. Whether you’re looking to connect over shared interests, immerse yourself in Adobe Premiere, or are looking for feedback on how to approach a specific project, this is the workshop for you.
Video editing material will be provided but students need to have Adobe Premiere installed. By the end of this workshop, you will have gained the knowledge and tools to create professional videos.