Intro to Adobe Premiere Starts Sept 30th 3 Classes
Time & Location
About the Event
This introductory class covers the basics of editing using Adobe Premiere Pro. Covered topics include file management, creating a project, importing footage, cuts & transitions, basic effects, color correction, chromakey, keyframing, and exporting. The class will be held at PCTV’s studio at 1300 Western Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15233. Each class has three 3-hour meetings.
September 30th, October 7th, & October 14th, 6-9 pm.
Kristopher Veenis is a writer and producer who has over a decade of experience working on narrative and documentary productions. As a producer, he has worked on the Award Winning documentary film, A Shot to Save the World, which premiered on Smithsonian Channel in 2013. He produced EPK materials for the feature film, A New York Heartbeat (starring Eric Roberts). He has produced work for a diverse group of performing artists and nonprofit organizations including Attack Theater, Microscopic Opera, Holy Family Institute, The Grable Foundation, The University of Pittsburgh, and Steeltown Entertainment Project. He also worked and mentored under Los Angeles-based filmmakers Laura Davis, Tjardus Greidanus, and Rusty Cundiff on three separate film projects.
Cost: Free to Plus Members of PCTV. For information about Plus memberships, contact John Patterson at 412-322-7570 ext. 302 or email@example.com. A monthly payment plan for Plus memberships is available.
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