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Avid Xpress Pro Beginner Training Class AnnouncedSafe Harbor Computers is now offering training for Avid?s professional video editing suite. (June 20, 2006)
On July 28, 2006, Safe Harbor Computers will be holding a theater-style training class for beginning users of Avid Xpress Pro.
The four hour class will be held in Safe Harbors on-site production studio in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and will be taught by award-winning photojournalist Jason Hunter from Milwaukees WISN-TV Channel 12. Training will cover everything the beginning user needs to know.
Jason will start with the basics such as setting up your software and hardware, customizing your settings, and creating bins. He will move on to the capturing process including batch capture and importing files. He will also cover Xpress Pros flexible timeline, the audio tools, some editing must-knows, and how to finish and output your project. Hell pass along many tips and tricks that will streamline your workflow and give you the confidence and ability to create professional productions with Xpress Pro.
Registration information can be found at http://www.sharbor.com/products/AVIN9450001.html, or you may call Safe Harbor Computers at 800-544-6599.
About Safe Harbor Computers
Safe Harbor Computers is dedicated to providing animators, video editors, broadcasters, event videographers, and post-production houses with the products they need to produce professional results. A knowledgeable and friendly staff, coupled with Safe Harbors 16+ years in the business, make them a first choice for buyers. Their powerful TSUNAMI Workstations are proving to be the system of choice, with high reliability, a strong testing regimen, and superior customer support. Safe Harbor Computers is a family-owned business, with offices in Waukesha, WI. For more information, please visit www.sharbor.com or call 800-544-6599.
About Jason Hunter
With nearly 15 years of experience in broadcast journalism, Jason has seen many changes in the realm of video production. With the start of digital non-linear editing in the early 90s those changes became very significant. Before the dawn of the digital age, high quality video production required several people and rooms full of broadcast equipment. Now not only has the broadcast industry changed dramatically, but producing high quality videos at home is as easy as the click of a mouse.
Jason has worked for 6 different television stations over the past 12 years as an award winning photojournalist and editor.
In the past 8 years, Jason has played an integral part in the digital editing process at WISN-TV in Milwaukee. Using his non-linear editing skills Jason has been a major contributor to not only daily news stories at WISN, but also to the Emmy award-nominated "On Assignment," a locally produced news magazine program on WISN.
Using AVID editing products on a daily basis, Jason is a firm believer that there is no better way to produce a quality video product.
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