Seats Available in CINE 198: Post Production Workflow

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CINE 198:
Post Production Workflow

Seats Available for Spring Term '21
Deadline to Add This Class: April 5, 2021

Post Production Workflow is an essential workshop that will help you succeed in your CINE filmmaking courses and your future filmmaking career.

We explore foundational editing skills, such as media management, transcoding, and how to create a workflow to accommodate various media types.

This course is recommended to be taken in conjunction with or before CINE 270 or other Production A courses.

Learn more about CINE 198: Post Production Workflow in the short videos below!

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This short video introduces Kevin May the instructor of CINE 198. It also highlights how the CINE 198 Post-Production Workflow course teaches foundational editing skills.

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This short video discusses the primary skills and techniques explored in the CINE 198 Post-Production Workflow course. 

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This short video discusses the common issues and problems in editing that the CINE 198 Post-Production Workflow course helps to prevent and solve. 

course description

CINE 198: Wrk Post Prod Workflow (1 credit)
Fridays, 3/29-4/23, 9:15-11:45 a.m.
Instructor: Kevin May

CINE 198 post-production workflow is a workshop that is designed for both beginning and intermediate editors. The workshop will focus primarily on Adobe Premiere and Davinci Resolve, but the examples discussed will apply to any editing software. We will explore non-linear editing with a focus on media management, organization and shot selection looking at workflow strategies across a variety of different project types and editing platforms. We will also explore best practices on annotating and marking your media and various ways to create and refine a timeline. The workflow techniques covered in this class are critical to editing and will prepare you with foundational editing skills for all of your production classes and for post-production work beyond the classroom. 

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