Have you ever wanted to learn how to edit video, but don’t know where to start? Are you familiar with editing software, but still looking for a few tips and techniques to improve your productivity and skill in the editing bay?
If so, be sure to stop by Ranger Hall tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 23 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., where the Lead Information Technologist of the Harrington Hub, Tony Balko, will be holding a demonstration of the basics of Adobe Premiere.
“Not everyone is taught editing formally in a class,” Balko said. “We want to offer as many services to our students as possible”
The demo will be in Ranger Hall room 106, also known as the Harrington Hub Digital Innovation Lab. Balko will cover how to edit, import, export and compress digital video on Adobe Premiere, the preferred editing program for many of the University of Rhode Island’s film/media courses.
Although the event is being held by the Harrington School of Communication and Media, it is open to any student who wishes to attend. However, the Harrington Hub Digital Innovation Lab only seats 20, so admission will be first come first serve.
Whether you are a film/media student looking to get a leg up in your production classes or you are looking for help with your own personal digital video projects, be sure to stop by the demonstration. It may be the thing you need to get on the track to mastering the art of video editing Adobe editing demo.