|Free Class for Members: Introduction to Final Cut Pro X
Join Future Media Concepts' Instructor Yan Shvalb for a free two-hour course on Final Cut Pro X, the revolutionary video editing application that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results.
In this demonstration, Shvalb will show you how to perform basic editing functions: explore the Final Cut Pro X user interface, fine-tune a rough cut, and work with titles, generators and themes. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge of some of the introductory techniques that Final Cut Pro X offers.
About Future Media Concepts
Headquartered in New York City, FMC now operates five additional digital media training facilities, located in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Orlando and Chicago. In recent years, FMC expanded its operation internationally to include Dubai and the Gulf Region. Additionally, onsite training is now offered worldwide. The training centers offer a regular open schedule on all software for production, post-production, motiongraphics, web design and development, DVD authoring, 3D animation, desktop publishing, architectural and mechanical design, and Mac IT.
Yan Shvalb developed his skills in the digital arts through commercial work, teaching and consulting. He studied art at Brooklyn College and taught graduate-level courses in 3D animation, compositing and non-linear editing. Through an internship at Sony he learned to do high-end 3D animation and compositing on Avid, Flame and Soft Image systems. Shvalb learned DVD authoring at Crush, where worked on titles for Criterion. He has also run a DVD authoring facility at General TV Network in Michigan and served as chief technical officer and CIO at Inflight Online in Florida, where he earned patents in air-to-ground communications technologies and "crazy stuff for in-flight entertainment." In 2001, he returned to New York to start his own company, Vizual FX. He offers custom training, contract video services, DVD authoring and consulting for workflow design and other production and post-production processes. You can also find him teaching at NYU or speaking events like NAB, Siggraph and Macworld.
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Last updated: May. 31, 2012