Monday, December 27, 2010

Webinar: Make Your Avid Footage Look Its Best; Avid Media Composer and Boris Continuum Complete 7 AVX

boris webinar

When
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 @ 1:00 PM Eastern Time - Register Now!

Description
Join Future Media Concepts Instructor Jeff Greenberg as he shows you how to make your footage look its best with Avid Media Composer and Boris Continuum Complete 7 AVX. Attend the Webinar and learn how to:

- Revive SD clips for HD projects
- Solve camera or lens defects
- Lock down shaky shots
- Remove HD noise and compression artifacts
- Create a convincing "Day For Night" effect
- Add in-camera effects such as Rack Defocus and Motion Blur

One lucky attendee will win a copy of Avid Media Composer!

About Jeff Greenberg
Editing since the 90s, Jeff has worked on numerous corporate/industrial projects, regional and national commercials, and music videos and as supervising editor on a 35mm independent feature length film. His work has been in festivals, on DVD, and on television. Editing and instruction clients include all three major networks, Letterman, Conan O'Brien, ESPN, all four branches of the military, and many Fortune 500 clients.

Teaching both nationally and internationally for Future Media Concepts, he specializes in post-production, focusing on subject such as: Editing, High Definition, Standard Definition, DV, DVD Production, Workflow, Color Correction, Compression, and Graphic Compositing. Some of the solutions he's certified to teach include products from Apple, Avid, Adobe, and Autodesk.

Jeff is an entertaining and energetic seminar instructor, speaking on average at over fifty sessions a year at various shows. He has taught and chaired technical tracks at NAB Post|Production World, Post|Production New York, the Avid Government Training Symposium, and the Consumer Electronics Show. Additionally, he is the Program Manager for the Editor's Retreat, a yearly exotic getaway, focusing on editing.

Jeff also does some technical writing, having contributed to a number of books and magazines. He has tutorial DVDs on Avid, Marquee, and Color, available from Vasst.com.

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