Seminar: Digital Video Fundamentals
Anyone getting into digital video for the first time is faced with a mountain of seemingly indecipherable jargon and confusing concepts. This one-day seminar will help you learn the language of digital video by offering easy-to-understand definitions and explanations.
What will be covered
- Video basics
- NTSC, PAL, and SECAM
- Analog versus digital video
- Types of compression
- The meaning of DV
- Digital video hardware
- A movie-making overview
- Sources of material
- Nonlinear editing tools
- Choices of NLE software
- Basic editing techniques
- Effects and Motion Graphics
- Outputting Video
Who should attend
This is an excellent introduction for those planning to take up Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, or Apple Final Cut Pro.
To get the most from this seminar, participants should be be familiar with either the Windows or Macintosh operating system.
This one-day seminar consists of instructor-led lectures, visual presentations, and discussions.
Comments from attendees
The content of the seminar is well-discussed and make the attendees become more enthusiastic about their future plans regarding digital video.— Bernadette Patañag (ACDI Multipurpose Cooperative)
Visual aid that was used made it easier to understand specially if you’re very new to digital video.— Analyn Campo
It’s worth attending— Carlito Gutirrez (Mapua Institute of Technology)
- Jul 4 (Thu)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 2,595 (USD 65)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.