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Tutors: Eoin McDonagh, Editor
Date: Friday, January 24th, 2020
Duration: 1 Day
Venue: Dublin TBC
Cost: €150

Course Profile:

In this course participants will gain a full insight into the role and responsibilities of the assistant editor.

Areas covered include:

  • Organising project and footage
  • The difference between fiction and non-fiction assisting
  • Expectations of performance from the assistant editor

Preparation

  • Ingest of rushes
  • Logging and synching
  • Treatment of non-standard archive

Editing

  • Sound work – Track laying on sequences
  • Adding Footage as the edit continues – Moving footage between machines – Importance of Master project
  • Preparation of exports/promo material – Choice of codecs for export – Using third party compression software – BITC

Finishing

  • Relinking to full-res – Project parameters (SD, HD,2k etc.) – How to check the relink is correct – Troubleshooting relink problems
  • Creation of deliverables for Grade and Mix

Participant Profile:

This one-day course is aimed at those interested in moving into assistant editing and who wish to gain a thorough overview of the role and the responsibilities it entails. Applicants should have a working knowledge of Avid Media Composer and/or Adobe Premiere and/or FCPX. There will be a one-day supervised placement with an editor working in non-fiction offered to those interested.

Application Procedure:

Please apply online at www.screenskillsireland.ie by 12:00 PM, Tuesday, January 7, 2020, attaching a current CV and an overview of why you would like to participate  in this course.

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The newly announcement of the rebranding of Screen training Ireland to Screen Skills Ireland, have also released an information site for budding film-makers, students and anyone considering a career in the creative screen sector.

According to their website:

Careers in Screen is a dedicated space that outlines the broad range of job roles available in the screen industry in Ireland and directs you to the most appropriate routes to the roles. The content has been developed by Screen Skills Ireland in consultation with screen industry professionals. It is available to help guide you if you are thinking about a career in the screen sector.

If you are interested in getting some information on your chosen career path then this site aims to give you the initial guide on what maybe required for each position. Click on the image above for the link or HERE

If you are looking for a third level programme in the Broadcast and Film sector then click on the image below for the ‘Creative Broadcast and Film Production‘ Programme which is now at LSAD, LIT.