Apr 25, 2006
Get Avid software training
by Angela Franulovich, News Reporter
Anyone considering work in the feature film, television or network news production industries – or those with a calling to produce movies or television programs for evangelism or missions – may want to stick around campus for a few weeks after the spring semester ends.
“It is the premier editing software for motion picture and television, (and is now) the industry standard,” said Assistant Professor Lee Kendall, who worked in the film and television industry before coming to
The five-day course will cover digital editing and special effects, and according to the instructing organization, a certificate will be issued for Avid 119 and 129.
“It’s a very intense course, running for eight hours each day. The course will teach basic and advanced skills… (but) we will (start with) the basics,” said
Kendall said he was excited by the opportunity for
The class will be taught by John Lynn, a certified Avid Technologies instructor and industry consultant. According to
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