Monthly video-making Forums are being held on Zoom for Windows PC and Apple device users. The next Apple Forum will be held Wednesday, January 6, at 1 pm for iPhone, iPad, and Mac computer users. The next PC Forum will be held Monday, January 18, at 11 am for users of Corel VideoStudio. Note: The PC Forum is normally held at 10 am. The 11 am starting time is for January only.
To attend either Forum, send your name, email, and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning the activity you want to attend.
PC FORUM (Click here for flier)
Windows PC users who edit in Corel VideoStudioare invited to participate in the new PC Forum via Zoom, continuing monthly on third Mondays at 10 am, facilitated by Wolfgang Kutter. Wolfgang writes: “As usual our Corel V.S. Forum will be addressing your questions, comments, and suggestions. However, in order to get the Forum started, I’ll review the ‘Filters’ and ‘Overlays’ (multiple timelines to make your presentation more interesting), which we discussed in our last two Forums. Then I like to present ways to use ‘Overlays’ . We hope for your active participation.” To attend, send your name, email, and phone number to email@example.com. Request PC Forum
NOTE: An introductory class in using this popular, feature-rich editing program will be taught for the club by Dr. Tom Nash starting Saturday, February 13. Click here to view or download our Winter-Spring 2021 Learning Opportunities Schedule.
APPLE FORUM (Click here for flier)
Join us for the new monthly Forum for Apple users (iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers) via Zoom, facilitated by Stephanie Brasher and held on the first Wednesday of the month. Some 19 The focus January 6 at 1 pm will be on organizing folders and photos on iPads and Mac computers. Then the Forum is open to questions you may have about your device or Apple video applications (iMovie, Clips, Keynote). Share your work and any suggestions you may have — or ask the Forum for advice on one of your projects. To attend, send your name, email, and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Request Apple Forum.