Digital Essentials Workshops -
Monday 16th Mar 2020 - Monday 6th April 2020
6.00pm - 9.00pm at QUAD
Four part workshop series covering the essentials of video editing.
***FULLY BOOKED - WAITING LIST***
About this Event
A Big House Event supported by Mainframe & delivered by Sam Jordan
Please note: In order to attend these workshops you will need to be enrolled with the The Big House. Once your place is confirmed we will send you the relevant paperwork for this. If you have already accessed 12 or more hours of support from Mainframe & The Big House, you may be placed on a waiting list and your place is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation from The Mainframe Team.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Digital Essentials - Video Editing - Sam Jordan
Mainframe invites you to a four part workshop series covering the essentials of using Adobe Premier Pro.
Over the four weeks the course will cover:
- The Premiere Pro Interface
- Opening a new project
- Organising folders
- Importing media methods
- Navigating the timeline
- Using window panels
- Basic in and out point editing
- Editing techniques
- Multicam editing
- Saving your project
- Editing tools
- Editing audio
- Stabilising your footage
- Adding and manipulating text
- Basic colour correction and grading
- Dynamic link to After Effects
- Exporting your footage
WHO IS SAM JORDAN?
Sam has a degree in digital media from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and has run his own freelance filmmaking business, Sam Jordan Films, since 2010.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This 4 part Adobe Premiere Pro evening course introduces you to the video editing powers of Premiere. Upon completing the training course you will be able to use Premiere Pro to create your own multimedia videos from start to finish using a wide variety of the tools and techniques available to you within the program.
WHEN IS IT?
Four sessions :
- Monday 16th March
- Monday 23rd March
- Monday 30th March
- Monday 6th April
Registration will be at 6.00pm with the workshop finishing at 9.00pm.
You must book all sessions to qualify to attend.
HOW DO I BOOK TICKETS?
This event is free, but space is limited. You must be enrolled with The Big House. Space is limited, so make sure to book your ticket today using the form on this page to guarantee your place.
PLEASE NOTE: The Big House and Mainframe events are free to you, because they are funded – however there is a cost attached to them for us and we are a not-for-profit organisation. So, if you have registered to come, your place will have been paid for. Our events are very popular and we often have a waiting list. With this in mind, if for any reason you are unable to attend it is very important that you cancel your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, to enable someone else to take your place.
If you have already accessed 12 or more hours of support you may be placed on a waiting list - your place is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation from The Mainframe Team.
If you have any questions and/or would like any further information about these workshops, please contact Mainframe at email@example.com
NB: We will be documenting the event. If you do not wish to be included in images or videos that may be used later for marketing purposes, please let us know beforehand.
WHAT IS THE BIG HOUSE PROGRAMME?
Mainframe is part of The Big House which offers fully-funded business support, mentoring, workshops, networking events, access to grants for creative and digital businesses in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Visit bighouse.org.uk for the complete details of the programme. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
As this event is part of a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) initiative, we will require you to be enrolled in The Big House Programme, prior to attending. If you are not already enrolled, please let us know as we will need to send you a form to complete and bring with you to the event, as it will be required when signing in.
If you would like any further information on this programme, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014 - 2020