Upcoming Cineworks Workshop: Post Production
November 2, 2012 § Leave a comment
For a long time Final Cut Pro 7 was at the top of the heap for many professional and indie filmmakers when it came to cutting together their shows, but with Apple’s decision earlier this year to stop supporting FCP7 in favor of FCPX disappointing and alienating many long time supporters, what’s an editor to do? If it’s time to learn a new piece of software do you go Avid Media Composer 6, FCPX or Premiere CS6? What are the pros and cons of each system and is one better suited for certain kinds of work than the others? Join Apple Certified Pro, Cooper for a workshop comparison of all of these systems and go under the hood of FCPX with someone who’s actually knows the nuts and bolts! Bring your questions, fears and war stories and we’ll see if we can settle once and for all who is king of the NLEs.
Cooper is an eminently qualiﬁed and highly experienced television and movie editor and colorist. With industry experience that ranges from; ofﬂine editor to online editor to colorist, post-production supervisor, editing supervisor and work-ﬂow consultant. He’s earned credits from full length feature ﬁlms, several shorts as well as television, documentary and news programs.
Cooper has signiﬁcant experience teaching the technical aspect of editing and is known by the nick-name “Final Cut Coach”. He’s an accomplished post-production educator, deeply versed in all aspects of production and post-production. Including; editing, color correction, sound design, visual effects and compositing in; FCP-7, FCP-X, Motion 4, Color, SoundtrackPro, Compressor, After Effects and Avid Media Composer 6. If you’ve got questions about the tools professionals use to create the media of today, The Coach will ﬁnd you the answer.
November 15 7-9 pm
$25 for members, $40 for non-members Please register at 604 685 3841