If you’re a PC user who has thought about learning how to turn your video clips (or old family photos) into finished videos that family and friends will enjoy – now is your opportunity to learn the basics of video editing! And don’t miss the one-session pre-class, “How To Start A Video-Editing Project,” described below. CLICK HERE for flier.
Club Vice President Dr. Tom Nash (left), who taught video production for 30 years at Biola University, will again offer his three-session “Introduction to PC Video Editing” class, starting Saturday, September 22, 10 am-noon, in the Video Lab. Cost is $15 for members, $30 for non-members (includes 2018-19 club membership). Individual sessions are $5 (suitable for review). For beginners, the full series is strongly recommended.
This hands-on, three-session class will give you the beginning tools you’ll need to start editing your own work. Learn how to trim unwanted segments; add titles, music, and narration; include still photos and bring them to life using pan and zoom. Corel VideoStudio is a powerful video editing tool, yet very user-friendly.
Take This Class First
On Saturday, September 15, 2018. from 10 am-noon in the Video Lab, longtime Corel VideoStudio user Wolfgang Kutter (right, our Friday Lab Supervisor) will again offer his pre-class, “How to Start A Video-Editing Project.” He will explain all the steps necessary to start an editing project using Corel VS and will introduce you to the basic settings. “Even if you already use Corel VS,” says Wolfgang, “you might want to attend because we find that many Corel VS users are not too familiar with the project settings and preferences.” $5 for members, $20 non-members (includes 2018-19 club membership).
Lab computers are available for both classes, or bring your own PC laptop equipped with VideoStudio X7 or later. No pre-registration is required for either class. For more information, contact Dr. Tom Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org, 714-381-0781.