- Installing Avid Software
- Basic Hardware Components for PC and Mac
- Types of Source Media Avid Can Ingest
- Types of I/O Hardware
- Types of Storage Devices
- Types of Control Surfaces
Avid is the digital non-linear editing software editors and content producers rely on to cut feature films, episodic television, news, commericals, documentaries and more. With its robust editing and trimming tools, rock-solid media management and it's flexible sharing features, Avid has built a solid reputation among studios, post houses, television stations and news agencies around the world.
With a running time of 8.5 hours, Avid 6 Core Training will give you the complete picture of the Avid editing process from initial import to final output.Buy iTunes/iPad Edition $39.99
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Steve Kanter is an Avid editor and Avid Certified Instructor who has cut features, documentaries and television shows on both Avid and Final Cut systems for nearly 20 years. In addition to editing, he is a freelance trainer and consultant for studios and networks such as NBC/Universal, Warner Bros., ABC, CBS, FOX, and HBO, as well as numerous local and national news facilities like CBS and FOX. You can visit his website at www.editdog.net for sample reels and consulting info.