Basic Non-Linear Digital Editing Class at BRIC
Here is an opportunity to learn a terrific skill at a very reasonable price. I used to be a film and video editor and I know that Avid is a great system for non-linear editing. It’s quite similar to Final Cut Pro, another popular non-linear system.
The price: $60 for an 18 hour course. Now that’s a good price.
Avid is so popular, many large production houses use it. This summer’s 2012 Olympics, blockbuster movies The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises, and many of your favorite primetime television shows all use Avid editing software to create programs and stories.
BRIC Arts Media is making an offer you can’t refuse. Learn the system the pros use to create your own video productions. In their Basic Non-Linear Editing Certification class, you’ll learn to work with Avid’s interface to cut together footage, B-roll, audio, still images, basic effects and transitions. By the conclusion of the course, students will have edited a short video segment.
Successful completion leads to becoming a Certified Community Producer, which gives you free access to use their editing facilities to produce your Brooklyn Free Speech TV show.
Their next round of classes begins August 21! Click here to learn more or to sign up online.