FCP Imtermediate at Metro Screen

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by Metro Screen
15/07/2011

FCP Intermediate at Metro Screen

Description: Taught by a Metro Screen Apple Certified trainer this course covers the second half of Apple’s FCP 101 training syllabus and is designed for those with a good basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro 7 or higher. Participant’s cover advanced editing functions, including titles and graphics, audio mixing, motion tools, multi-camera editing, filters, colour correction, grading, and outputting formats.??Participants are expected to have a copy of an Apple FCP 7 textbook, available for purchase through Metro Screen.??

Prerequisites: Final Cut Pro Fundamentals or equivalent experience.

Tutor: Lynne Sanderson. Lynne Sanderson is a media artist, audiovisual performer, lecturer, researcher, curator and technician.??As a media artist, Lynne’s artworks are usually interactive and involve the participation of the public. She has exhibited extensively including MTV Australia, the Museum of Modern Art NYC, ISEA95 Montreal, Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Sydney Opera House, Biennale of Electronic Art Perth [BEAP] and the New Forms Festival, Vancouver, Canada. In 2010 Lynne had her curatorial debut, the exhibition The Uncanny Valley at RIAus.??Lynne has also led a parallel life as VJ Sustenance. Highlights have included playing alongside Dave Clarke and Aphex Twin and being resident at the Adelaide Festival’s Persian Garden. Lynne has created the v-tar, a visual controller in the shape of a flying v guitar. She is using this to experiment with the live implementation and performance of the audio-visual mediums. She has done AV sets in Melbourne for Share Outpost and at the opening of RIAus.??Lynne has been teaching media arts and creative software for many years in University, TAFE and the corporate sectors. She has also been involved in the arts community on boards and as a peer assessor.

Dates: 03 Sep - 11 Sep ?Duration: 2 x Sat [day] 1 x Sun [day] 18 hrs? Times: 9.30am - 4:30pm ?Cost: $530 / $590??

Accreditation: Upon successful completion participants will receive a Statement of Attainment from the Certificate IV in Screen and Media CUF40107 for two units of competency; CUFANM403A Create titles for screen productions and CUFPOS402A Manage media assets.

Location: Metro Screen, Paddinton Town Hall, Paddington, Sydney Online Bookings: http://www.metroscreen.com.au/BookingRet... Website: http://www.metroscreen.org.au


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