Learn how to balance your workflow for editing and color grading with Adobe Premiere and DaVinci Resolve
There are no available registration dates at this time.
NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom platform.
Understanding the editor’s job of combining images, words, and audio into a cohesive and engaging body of work is essential for all filmmakers. Adobe’s Premiere has become the preferred software choice for many professional editors. Color correction and grading have become a big part of the editing workflow working with today’s 4K and HD cameras. DaVinci Resolve is the industry-standard software for normalizing and manipulating the look of your project. Discover the best way to combine Premiere with Resolve and practice the best roundtrip workflow.
Topics include: navigating the interface, importing and managing media, building and fine-tuning the rough cut, working with sound, working with titles and graphics, color correction and grading, roundtrip methods between Premiere and Resolve, and finally exporting and sharing your projects.
We will start with the basics and build from there. This workshop is also good for self-taught editors who would like to break their bad habits and gain a solid foundation using the most efficient workflows.
The format is based around live demos from the instructor and some short assignments for the students to practice each tool and technique taught in the class.
Class meets daily from 12-4 pm ET. There will also be 1:1 sessions with the instructor to address specific questions and needs
Instructor: Alex Burnett
Alex Burnett is a New England-based filmmaker and editor who has worked within the worlds of narrative fiction, documentary, experimental cinema, and virtual reality. Having worked as an editor for National Geographic, the NFL, Colgate University, Vitec Group, and Schiempflüg NYC, he has experience with a vast range of companies and artists. His passion lies in creatively tackling the many challenges that come with telling stories through film.