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Workshop: Assistant Editing Workflows in AVID and Premiere from Dailies to Turnovers

New York

Address: 145 Hudson St


Training/Technology

Assistant Editing Workflows in AVID and Premiere from Dailies to Turnovers

Instructor: Matthew C. Buckley - Assistant Editor "Critical Thinking", "Lapham Rising", "It's Bruno", "We Summon the Darkness", "Galveston".

Date: October 19, 2019

This is one workshop session with an hour break from 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Session: 10:00AM – 6:00PM

Fee: $40.00

Location: MPEG Office, 145 Hudson Street, Suite 201, New York, NY 10013

This workshop is open to 10 active members with working knowledge of Avid Media Composer and Adobe creative suite.

  

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

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This class will also be mostly “LIVE” in that you will physically DO as much as much as possible from the description.

 

1.     Avid

a.     Organizing Your Drive

b.     Creating Your Project

c.     Importing/Linking Media (For offline/online)

                                               i.     AMA Linking/Transcoding

                                              ii.     Importing

d.     Syncing/Grouping Footage

e.     Organizing Bins

f.      Video/Audio Effects

                                               i.     A small dive into the most popular ones AEs use.

g.     Editing a Scene

                                               i.     Everyone is going to get the exact same scene from and old TV show

                                             ii.     I’ll break down how some AEs and Editors look at footage for the first time and using markers

                                            iii.     Then everyone will have an hour so (probably a little longer) to edit it together

                                            iv.     If time permits, we will look at the scenes and talk about them. It’s valuable to see how each person approaches the same scene differently.

h.     Exporting/Turnovers

                                               i.     Video Exports

1.     Which codecs to use for screenings vs internal cuts etc.

                                             ii.     Picture Turnovers

1.     Breaking into Reels/Organizing Tracks

2.     Picture References

3.     Sending Bins/AAFs/EDLs/Change Lists

4.     Paperwork

a.     We will go over Conform Notes and VFX List Templates

                                            iii.     Audio Turnovers

1.     AFFs/Stems

2.     References

i.      Sending to Premiere

                                               i.     Sending an AAF and opening it in Premiere

2.     Premiere (we will start a little from scratch here instead of opening our AAF immediately)

a.     Organizing Your Drive

b.     Creating Your Project

c.     Importing/Linking Media

                                               i.     Proxy Workflow vs. Straight Importing

d.     Syncing Footage

e.     Organizing Bins

f.      Premiere’s Effect Suite

                                               i.     Small dive into the most useful/common effects

g.     Editing

                                               i.     Some time to play around with the scene again to familiarize with Premiere’s differences from Avid

h.     Bringing in our AAF from Avid

i.      Exporting/Turnovers

                                               i.     Will cover the same ground as in avid but how to do them in Premiere

                                             ii.     XMLs

                                            iii.     Adobe Media Encoder

3.     Resolve (if time permits)

a.     How to open a proxy AAF and relink it to original media

 

 

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Matthew Buckley

BIO

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Matthew Buckley is an Assistant Editor who has been working out of NY for the past 2 years. He’s worked on content ranging from narrative features and scripted TV to documentaries.  Buck recently finished assisting on a narrative feature called “Critical Thinking” edited by Jamie Kirkpatrick.

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RSVP

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 Please email Muneeb Hassan at mhassan@editorsguild.com to RSVP. 

Note: No walk-ins and no guests will be permitted.  You will receive a confirmation, once you are registered. No phone call RSVPs will be accepted.