This workshop will provide trainees with:
Assistant editing fundamentals:
Ingesting, transcoding, syncing
Project setup and organization
Working with sound and music
Basic VFX and titles
Scheduling, logs, etc.
How to work with an editor including editing room protocol and politics
Editing processes and principles:
- Creative approach
- Assembly through rough cut editing
- Receiving and implementing feedback
- How to work with an editor
- An understanding of departmental roles and operations
- Group and one on one instruction
- Post workshop mentorship provided by Stockade Works
Full and partial scholarships are available.
Workshop is limited to 5 participants
Some advance preparation work will be required before the start of the workshop. Assignments will be given to trainees in between workshops. One on one sessions may be scheduled outside regular class times during evenings and weekends.
All trainees will be provided with an AVID Media Composer seat and a LaCie USB 3.0 drive with footage to be used in the workshop.
Pre-requisites: . Basic understanding of AVID Media Composer or thorough understanding of other editing platforms like Adobe Premiere combined with the ability to take online AVID tutorials before the start of the workshop. Stockade Works will provide online resources.
Technology requirements: Use of a computer for the duration of the workshop that meets the following following system requirements
AVID Media Composer
LaCie USB 3.0 Drive:
This workshop is open to all community members, and is specifically seeking candidates from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, and those traditionally underrepresented in the film industry.