If you’ve been in the post-production game for a while, you’ve most likely mastered the ins and outs of the major NLE systems. You can Final Cut with the best, Adobe Premiere like a pro, and Avid Media Compose as if it were a symphony. But where do you go next to take your work to a higher level. One possible route: Smoke. Most post-production professionals have heard of it, but few have actually used it. That’s why Moviola has announced a free, live webinar airing on February 12th at 11:30 AM PST. The webinar will give attendees an overview of the impressive capabilities of the Smoke platform, while getting into some real world examples of how to utilize Smoke as an editing, compositing, and finishing tool. Viewers will walk away with an understanding of Smoke that will allow them to pick up the tool themselves.
Presenter Kanen is the Creative Director (and chief troublemaker) behind Scruffy.TV, which includes That Post Show, Scruffy Thinking, the Scruffy Shows and HERO PUNK. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter at @kanendosei.
To register for this webinar, visithttp://www.moviola.com/webinars/smoke-2013-easier-than-it-looks/
To learn more on all of Moviola's training, which include onsite training, conversations with Hollywood editors, and both live and on-demand webinars, among others, visit moviola.com.
Established in 1919, Moviola created the very first film editing machine. Changing with the times, we now offer a full service non-linear editing rental division with 24/7 workflow design and technical support, camera rentals, tape and solid state media sales. Our established training division offers leading edge onsite and online training for filmmakers, with weekly live webinars and a vast library of professional on demand training.
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