Editing I: Beginners | March 2019
Want to know the "ins" and "outs" of editing?
Learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to cut a basic sequence together. This introductory course will cover how to create new projects, import footage, organize and navigate the edit space, and the basics of editing. Students will learn how to create a timeline, add transitions to their video, add music to their project, and will have the opportunity to practice the skills learned in BMC's editing suites. This course is suggested for members with little to no editing experience.
About the Instructor: Dan Dunbar is an award-winning video editor with over 30 years of experience in editing network and syndicated tv. He was an editor at WBZ-TV on the Evening Magazine program, and then moved to New York City and founded Mirage Media, providing Avid non-linear editing services. He has trained editors at MTV, and worked at NBC Nightly News and Dateline. In 2007 he joined the staff at the United Nations, editing documentaries and news stories. Dan Recently moved back to Boston and now is working as a freelance video editor on Adobe Premiere, Avid, and Final Cut Pro.
Prerequisite: Orientation to Community media