Learn Advanced Video Editing & Sound Recording for your Music videos & Documentaries.......
With this course you Learn how to make Advanced Music Videos, Documentaries, Films and master your sound recording with Adobe Audition.
Throughout this course we will dive deep into advanced video editing methods and techniques, Professional editors know several secrets such as the "5 Rules of Editing" and "Eisenstein's Theories of Montage" Once you know these theories and other editing techniques, you'll be able to take your editing skills to the next level.
These theories and techniques will improve your abilities as an editor immensely.
This Program walks you threw the entire process of getting footage from the Camera, cutting it into nice pieces for further compositing.
In-fact here you learn how to Produce Advanced Sequences Without Leaving Your Editor Program which is Premiere Pro CC.
Premiere Pro is primarily a nonlinear editing system designed for fast cutting of multiple media types, but it is also an advanced special effects and compositing tool.
In this course, master editor Henry A.K.A Kiwasonic describes the tools and options available to create complex compositions using just Premiere Pro, without involving After Effects or Photoshop.
During our Documentary class, Find out how to highlight a cause, express a point of view, and tell a story with Adobe Premiere Pro CC and some essential documentary video editing techniques. This course breaks down the documentary process into a series of stages that correspond to the milestones of a real client project.
At our Film School with this advanced video edting course, you Start your class with a practical documentary shoot , you'll discover how to identify the key messaging concepts and log the footage, then find out how to assemble rough and fine-tuned cuts, and layer in motion graphics and a credit roll.
You’ll learn how to adjust opacity, use garbage mattes and track mattes, and create nested sequences, as well as how to work with chroma keys, luma keys, and the Ultra Keyer. By the end of this course, you will be able to layer multiple media elements to produce advanced sequences as compositions.
[A] - All creatives with a passion for visual communication and artists who would like to get an indepth in the video editing world.
[B] - High School leavers who need to join filming in general.
[C] - Marketing and communication professionals who would like to gain a better understanding of the creative workflow.
[D] - Entrepreneurs who would like to be able to design and edit graphics for their corporate communication such as Company functions, Documentary, Music Videos, Business Interviews.
People interested in working with video and film editing can choose from roles as editors for television, motion pictures, or commercials.
Other editing jobs might include becoming a senior editor in charge of an editing team or a multimedia specialist working exclusively in the digital world.
Job Tittles for this Course:
- Television Studio Editor.
- Film Editor - Senior Video Editor
- Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians.
- Multimedia Artist and Animator
Career Information for Video Editing:
Television Studio Editor:
Television studio editors could work at a network in a studio or for a local company as a live programming editor.
These professionals may polish up a video product or work with news or sports producers, cutting together video footage or live action.
Television editors are always working under a stop watch.
All edited interviews, sports highlights, or news spots have to meet specific time constraints to fit the allotted slot on the program.
These jobs require a degree, and many studios and stations offer internships that can later lead to jobs.
Film editors will usually work very closely with directors and producers to select recorded scenes for editing, engage special effects, and mix sound, music and dialogue to create a finished product.
In some instances, these professionals may need to do the actual camera work, edit some material on the spot, do some basic sound work, and work closely with teams on lighting, special effects, music, sound, and make-up.
Senior Video Editor:
Senior video editors are the people in charge of an editing crew and may work for a company that does film, video and editing work for a variety of clients for commercial or private use.
These editors have the experience to take the lead in meetings with clients and sales teams to come up with a goal and theme.
Senior video editors advise and oversee the working of the editing staff to meet those expectations.
Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technician:
Broadcast and sound engineering technicians work with radio, television and audio equipment, and their job duties may including editing video as well as audio.
They aid in the recording of sound and video and may mix the product with special effects, as well as dubbing in (or removing) different sounds from the film.
They may also convert the final product to various digitized formats.
These professionals typically need either an associate's Diploma or a certificate.
Multimedia Artist & Animator:
Multimedia specialists are often found working exclusively in the digital realm, where they create, animate and edit video for the internet.
These experts work with a team to set goals, storyboard ideas, film or animate material and digitize everything to post online.