03.30.2011 12:12 PM
Manhattan Edit Workshop to feature digital training curriculum, on-site training

Manhattan Edit Workshop (Mewshop) will exhibit at the 2011 NAB Show to promote its digital training curriculum and on-site training offering.

From on-site corporate training and workshops in the industry's latest trends, including digital cinema/DSLR workshops, to its flagship six-week intensive workshop and EditFest editing and post-production conferences, Mewshop offers a wide variety of training for post-production professionals.

Mewshop will highlight

  • Custom digital cinema/DSLR workshops, which include hands-on exercises and demos of camera setup, shooting and editing with popular HD-DSLRs, including the Panasonic AG-AF100;
  • Industry certification in Apple, Avid and Adobe technologies;
  • Corporate training for professionals looking to develop a new skill or build upon an existing one in areas such as nonlinear editing, graphics, audio and Web; and
  • Six-week intensive and artist-in-residence program, a comprehensive jump start for anyone looking to advance or launch a career in post production, offering certified training in Avid, Final Cut Pro and After Effects and more.

See Manhattan Edit Shop at the 2011 NAB Show in Booth C11022.

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