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Editing Timeline of the Awards show (Adobe Premiere)

Was delighted to have worked once again on the creation the the awards show for the Richard Harris International Film Festival 2020. As the festival couldn’t go ahead last Oct for obvious reasons the task to ensure the awards show still went on was made.

Congratulations to all the filmmakers who were nominated as well as the final winners.

The show went live on YouTube on Friday 30th April and a link can viewed below.

In celebration of its 25th year, the IOV has changed the name of its annual event to simply… ‘ProVideo’. But this isn’t

merely a name change for the sake of change. ProVideo 2010 has been introduced for three very good reasons:

􀁏 To emphasise that the event caters for more than just IOV members.

􀁏 To welcome the involvement of other related-industry trade associations.

􀁏 To focus the minds of our exhibitors, attendees, speakers and the press on what the event is really about.

ProVideo 2010 will host a comprehensive range of seminars, workshops

and presentations. This will include the launch of a new set of VideoSkills

presentations and workshops, as well as exhibitor-led presentations in our

exhibition floor theatres.

The networking aspect to this type of event is becoming more and more

important. Online forums, industry websites and magazines simply can’t

substitute the benefits of face-to-face networking. ProVideo 2010 will

foster, promote and cater for delegate and exhibitor networking with a

comfortable featured zone at the centre of the exhibition floor.


see this link for more details;n=240



The Premiere Pro and Post Limerick had its first meeting tonight in the Absolute Hotel in Limerick tonight. Good to see such a positive group.

The plans for the group include meetings and online resources that will be available to members who are interested in Post Production for TV and Film.

These meetings will cover Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop and After Effects for TV & Film, and other Non-Linear Editing Software (e.g. Avid, Final Cut Pro etc).

The group will also offer the opportunity to network and meet fellow professionals and enthusiasts , the group is open to professionals, students, and the general public.

If you were unable to attend tonight you can also subscribe to the group’s Premiere Pro and Post Limerick google group’s page to keep up-to-date, and informed of future meetings and events..

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