Adobe Video Production Tools Workshop
May 6-9, 2013
Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects. Finally, the software you have always wanted to learn in one workshop.
The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications will hold a four-day Adobe Production Tools Workshop using Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects. Designed for educators, business professionals and students, the workshops will be held May 6- 9 in Weimer Hall on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville.
Students will learn the essentials of Adobe Premiere Pro in two days of intensive hands-on training. Attendees learn how to use the interface and editing tools for producing broadcast-quality movies used for video, multimedia, and the Web.
Adobe After Effects is a comprehensive software tool where students can produce motion graphics and visual effects for film, video, multimedia, and the Web. This two-day class will teach you to use Adobe After Effects powerful toolset to create a wide range of visual effects. This class covers all the essential skills for After Effects CS6.
The four-day course is $795. Enrollment is limited.
Led by two-time Emmy Award nominee and UF’s College of Journalism and Communications 2011 Teacher of the Year Tim Sorel, the hands-on course will allow participants to develop their software skills. Attendees should have above average computer skills.
“This workshop will give students a working knowledge of Adobe’s most powerful media programs,” said Sorel. “Like all crafts, editing and post-production require practice. If you are committed to furthering your knowledge after the workshop there is truly no end to what you accomplish with these programs.”
- Learn Premiere Pro CS6 (7.3 MB PDF)
- Premiere Pro CS6 Quick Start Guide for Final Cut Pro Users (753 KB PDF)