Video Editor

You can start earning an average $30 an hour working as a video editor at local TV stations, small production firms. Some video editors are self-employed doing contract and freelance work. In eight weeks you’ll learn techniques in video editing using Adobe Premier, including how to add transitions, basic effects, syncing sound, basic color correction, and how to format video in standard and high-definition formats for export. In addition, you will learn how to upload video and various media platforms.

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Video Editing Certificate

ID: CEPIC-550

Learn basic and some advanced techniques in video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Includes how to add transitions, basic effects, syncing sound, basic color correction, and how to format video in standard and high-definition formats for export. In addition, students will learn how to upload video and various media platforms such as, YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook. Concludes with a video production reel that can be utilized to gain employment. A DSLR camera that captures video, a video camera, or a Smartphone that captures video is required. A subscription to Adobe Premiere Pro CC and a 500 GB Mac and PC compatible external hard drive is also required. *Please note that students will be able to subscribe to the Adobe Premiere Pro CC software at the student's rate once enrolled into the class or if already enrolled in any other class at Midland's Technical College

  • Total Hours: 54.00
  • CEUs: 5.40
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