Feb 7 - Digital Workflows – from Edit suite to Screen
Venue: Screen Academy Scotland, 2A Merchiston Ave, Edinburgh, EH10 4NU
Dates: Thurs 7 Feb, 2013, 10am - 5pm
Fee: £250/ £200 concession (We do not charge VAT)
You could get £200 towards the cost of your fees with an ILA account: more info here: www.ilascotland.org
Or Businesses and Freelancers could get £500 with SDS Flexible Funding: more info here: http://www.skillsdevelopmentscotland.co.uk/our-services/services-for-employers/encourage-employees-to-develop-new-skills.aspx
Course outline: Digital Workflows
Workflows have always been an integral part of the production process but now that tapeless production is the norm on film and TV drama productions, an understanding of the choices and controls of digital workflow is essential.
This course will take you through the whole process of digital workflows - everything that happens to the data from on-set to the screen.
1. The role and relationships of an assistant Editor and a digital imaging technician - From set to cutting room.
2. Planning your on set workflow
3. Choosing the correct edit platform for your project
4. Delivering your project - Onlining the Offline / extractions / conforms - explanation, pro and cons and budget implications / analysis
Course participants will be given workflow diagrams to take away with them.
Iain Miller is an Editor, Assistant Editor and a D.I.T (Digital Imaging Technician) and is fluent in AVID Media Composer 6, Adobe Premiere 6 and Final Cut Pro 7.
Assistant Editor: The Inbetweeners Movie, Case Histories, Doors Open, Murder
D.I.T : Love Bite, You Instead
Editor: Halo 4: Spartan Ops
Who's it for
This course is designed primarily at D.I.Ts, data wranglers, editors, assistant editors, and producers, line producers and production managers but would also benefit self shooting and self editing directors/producers and directors. Indeed, anyone working digitally in film and TV and needing to expand their knowledge of digital workflows would also benefit from attending this course.
The course is aimed at freelancers with minimal experience of digital workflow. However, to gain maximum benefit from this training, a basic knowledge of the Mac or PC operating systems, tapeless video cameras and non-linear editing would be useful.
1 day-next course date Thursday 7 February, 2013
If you have any questions please contact us at info [at] screenacademyscotland [dot] ac [dot] uk or call 0131 455 2572