Assistant Editors' Bootcamp Returns With Classes For Reality Television
Classes are available to attend in person or as an online webinar January 19th & 20th, 2019
By: Assistant Editors Bootcamp
Classes are available to attend in person or as an online webinar. To register visit http://www.assistbootcamp.com
Assistant Editing For Reality Television will be taught by founders Noah Chamow (The Voice) and Conor Burke (America's Got Talent). Day one of the class will cover the essential skills need to be a reality television assistant editor. Topics covered will include project organization, importing, linking to media and transcoding, exporting cuts and a demo on how to use ScriptSync. Day two will give an in-depth overview and practice session on multi-grouping that will cover how to create a day stack, syncing and multi-grouping footage in Avid and troubleshooting multi-groups. Students can take one or both classes. Those who sign up for the online webinar will have access to class videos for 10 days after the presentation.
The Assistant Editors' Bootcamp was founded on the premise of giving students practical real world experience with classes taught by professional working editors in a collaborative low stakes environment. "Students walk away with knowledge they can apply immediately in the edit bay to become more efficient and better at their craft overall." said Chamow. "Having worked as assistant editors, Conor and I understand the day-to-
About the Assistant Editors' Bootcamp: Founded in 2017 by film and television Assistant Editors Noah Chamow and Conor Burke. All classes are taught by working industry professionals that cover concepts and workflows in various aspects of post-production that are crucial for those looking to take the next step in their career as an assistant editor. For more information visit: http://www.assistbootcamp.com
Assistant Editors' Bootcamp