There have been many changes on the video-editing scene recently. With the introduction of software like Final Cut Pro X and Premiere Pro 6, editors have many options to choose from in crafting their stories. This course is designed for students who want to advance beyond the basics and become more skilled in telling their stories. Using Premiere Pro 6 as a guide, students will learn how to create a workflow for their projects; apply proper cuts, transitions, and effects; explore sound mixing; and choose delivery options. Through weekly homework assignments and film screenings, students will also have the opportunity to explore different editing styles and techniques as they develop their own. (18 hours/Intermediate)
started her career as a broadcast videographer and editor. She has worked for UNC-TV and is currently on staff at North Carolina State University, where she received an Emmy for her work as videographer and editor of the show
with Bryce Lane.
A $10 materials fee is due at the first class.
Basic Final Cut Pro skills and access to a portable FireWire hard drive are required.
Please bring In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch (required), Final Cut Pro HD for Dummies (recommended), and a FireWire drive to the first class.