Descripción del Curso

Welcome to “Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers”, the only course designed for filmmakers editing their own film. In this exciting course, you will be learning the workflow for how to set up your editing projects, all the things that you will do in a day from importing raw footage all the way to exporting a film for final delivery.

By the time you have finished this course you will be light years ahead of other editors who know how to use editing software but feel overwhelmed and anxious while editing because they haven’t yet developed an efficient workflow for the post-production phase of their film. You will learn how to start with an empty timeline and finish with a completed film that you are proud of.

Over the years, the role of an editor has evolved . There once was a time when an editor only cut the picture and someone else dealt with the sound. But nowadays, that isn’t the case. An editor has become a one-person band. It is a new reality that has come about partly by the democratization of equipment, faster computers, laptops, smaller cameras, and other technological innovations that allow one person to do a lot more than they could do years ago. This course addresses this new reality.

"Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers" will show you how to organize your footage, do an assembly edit, an offline edit, sound design, and export your film for television, web, or even theatrical release.You will be seeing all these things in real time from start to finish.

To get the most out of this course, we invite you to write down the steps that I have outlined in a checklist form. During each stage of post-production, you can refer to these checklists to remember what to do next. This will make things a whole lot easier and prevent you from feeling overwhelmed.

One final note: this course is for filmmakers who already feel comfortable working with their editing software of choice. It doesn’t matter if you prefer Final Cut Pro, Avid, or Adobe Premiere. This course runs on the principle that all these pieces of software are tools. Whichever software you prefer, feel free to use it. I designed the ideas presented in this course to work for all them.

So thank you for watching “Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers” and we hope you enjoy the course.

Detalles del Curso
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Christopher E. Scott
Ritmo propio
Principiante
2 horas
Detalles del Curso
en
en
Christopher E. Scott
Ritmo propio
Principiante
2 horas
Descripción del Curso

Welcome to “Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers”, the only course designed for filmmakers editing their own film. In this exciting course, you will be learning the workflow for how to set up your editing projects, all the things that you will do in a day from importing raw footage all the way to exporting a film for final delivery.

By the time you have finished this course you will be light years ahead of other editors who know how to use editing software but feel overwhelmed and anxious while editing because they haven’t yet developed an efficient workflow for the post-production phase of their film. You will learn how to start with an empty timeline and finish with a completed film that you are proud of.

Over the years, the role of an editor has evolved . There once was a time when an editor only cut the picture and someone else dealt with the sound. But nowadays, that isn’t the case. An editor has become a one-person band. It is a new reality that has come about partly by the democratization of equipment, faster computers, laptops, smaller cameras, and other technological innovations that allow one person to do a lot more than they could do years ago. This course addresses this new reality.

"Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers" will show you how to organize your footage, do an assembly edit, an offline edit, sound design, and export your film for television, web, or even theatrical release.You will be seeing all these things in real time from start to finish.

To get the most out of this course, we invite you to write down the steps that I have outlined in a checklist form. During each stage of post-production, you can refer to these checklists to remember what to do next. This will make things a whole lot easier and prevent you from feeling overwhelmed.

One final note: this course is for filmmakers who already feel comfortable working with their editing software of choice. It doesn’t matter if you prefer Final Cut Pro, Avid, or Adobe Premiere. This course runs on the principle that all these pieces of software are tools. Whichever software you prefer, feel free to use it. I designed the ideas presented in this course to work for all them.

So thank you for watching “Video Editing Workflow for Filmmakers” and we hope you enjoy the course.