Edius Pro

Edius Video Editing Training Course


Crash Course - EDIUS 7 ,Weekend Course,   EDIUS Workshop  

Do you have a passion for making well-cut video footage for family functions? Or are you already working in a news channel or production house and want to become a multi-tasker? Then this course is perfect for you. As you will be taught anything and everything you need to know about Edius.


What is Edius 7?

Edius 7 is an application used by videographers all over the world to edit, manipulate and export their video projects. 

Video professionals use Edius 7 for editing multiple camera tracks and syncing them via the timecode, correcting video exposure and colour, all this by using a variety of tools. The tasks performed here also include adding a variety of lighting and camera effects to their projects, incorporating sophisticated title sequences with built-in templates and styles, and exporting their video projects in various high definition and Web-friendly formats. 




EDIUS 7  Training- Regular     ( 3 days in Week)


  • EDIUS Fundamental                  -          Duration : 4 Weeks     Fee - 8,000/- 
  • EDIUS Advance Training            -          Duration : 6 Weeks     Fee - 13,000/- 
  • EDIUS Professional Training       -          Duration : 8 Weeks     Fee - 16,000/- 

 

 Online Wedding Video Course (10 Classes)

  • EDIUS Fundamental            -          Duration : 4 Weeks     Fee - 8,000/- 

  



 

Software Covered: EDIUS 7


Eligibility:

 

  • 12th Class/ Graduation
  •  Working knowledge Mac/ Windows computer.

 

Classes & Training pattern:

 

  • 1 hours every working day Monday to Saturday.
  • Three hours per class on weekends.

  

Class / Batch size:

 

  • Maximum 3 Students in 1 Batch
  • Maximum Instructor to Student Ratio 1:3

  

Course Covers

 

  • Concepts and Tools
  • Goals of Editing
  • Elements of Editing
  • Format Conversation
  • Broadcasting Formats
  • Capturing & Injesting
  • Uses of Digital Video
  • Camera Techniques
  • Music Selection Process
  • Managing and organizing footages
  • Media Management
  • Color Correction in a Video
  • Audio Synchronization
  • Chrome Keying
  • Finishing and Outputting

Course Overview

Tutor Mantra specializes in Teaching everyone from NLE Editing Pro's to those who have never touched a computer how to edit with Grass Valley's NLE EDIUS. We have over 13 years of experience in teaching classes that have both experienced and inexperienced editors mixed together with great results from both groups.

 

Lesson 1: Introduction

 

  • Our approach to learning 
  • Post-production work flows
  • News Workflow – Fast, Preset Styles, High Technology 
  • What is similar to an NLE and what is different 
  • EDIUS hardware and software options 
  • Setting up the system for an edit 


Lesson 2: Overview of Editing with EDIUS

 

  • First glance of the EDIUS interface 
  • Displaying, Hiding and Repositioning windows 
  • Selecting clips in a media folder 
  • Asset Bin basics: Making and deleting new media folders 
  • Asset Bin basics: Importing folders rather than media files 
  • Asset Bin basics: What ‘Root’ means 
  • Asset Bin basics: Multiple views in the media folders 
  • Monitor windows: JKL playback 
  • Monitor windows: Choosing overlay information 
  • Timeline basics: Different types of timeline tracks 
  • Timeline basics: Monitoring tracks 
  • Timeline basics: Zooming 
  • Timeline basics: Timeline display options 
  • Info Palette 
  • Effects Palette 
  • How the menus are structured 
  • Creating, accessing and transferring User Profiles 
  • Useful standard keyboard shortcuts 
  • Creating user-layouts 

  

Lesson 3: Preparing a System and Project

 

  • Planning your edit 
  • Organising storage drives 
  • Naming clips 
  • Naming sequences 
  • What is stored in a project file 
  • Auto-Save and Back-Up 
  • Restoring your project from a back-up 
  • What to back-up for archiving 
  • Saving your work 
  • The power of UNDO and REDO 

 
Lesson 4: Importing Media

 

  • Introduction to camera recording systems 
  • Introduction to working with multiple formats in EDIUS 
  • Using video layout tools for scaling and resizing 
  • Importing media from Hard Drives 
  • Tape-Based Media 
  • File-based media 
  • All about timecode 
  • Importing from CD/DVD media 


Lesson 5: Basic Editing

 

  • Overview of editing using EDIUS 
  • Multiple shortcuts - getting from A to B on multiple paths 
  • Basic editing with In and Out marks 
  • Basic editing – overwrite and insert editing
  • Video and audio: treated the same ‘but different’ 
  • Overwrite mode and Insert mode 
  • What is displayed on the viewing monitors 
  • Different ways to play and view clips 
  • Scrubbing the timeline 
  • Marking clips - why and how 
  • What a sequence is Creating, deleting and duplicating a sequence
  • Jumping to timecode points using the numerical keyboard 


Lesson 6: Timeline Editing

 

  • Timeline channel selections 
  • Moving tracks 
  • Locking tracks 
  • Adding tracks 
  • Removing tracks 
  • Sync mode 
  • keyboard shortcuts & continuity 
  • Deleting and Ripple DeletingAdding edits to segments 
  • What counts as a sync problem 
  • Trimming to fix sync problems 
  • Dual roller trims 
  • Slip and Roll trims 
  • Display controls and clip layers
  • Managing projects – nesting sequences 

 
Lesson 7: Fine Tuning

 

  • Trimming 
  • Adjusting the tail of a clip with trimming 
  • Adjusting the head of a clip with trimming 
  • Trim mode 
  • Leaving trim mode 
  • Overview taster of trimming multiple clips 
  • Resizing Timeline tracks 
  • Displaying audio levels with the audio mixer 


Lesson 8: Working with Audio


  • Setting audio levels on the timeline with key-frames 
  • Advanced key-frame adjustments on the Timeline 
  • Transitions as alternatives to keyframing 
  • Disabling audio waveforms on the timeline 
  • Setting audio key-frames using the mixer 
  • Adjusting Pan 
  • Normalising audio 
  • Setting audio channel mapping 
  • Extracting audio from a music CD 
  • Voice-over tool 


Lesson 9: Transitions


  • About transitions 
  • Applying the default transition with a shortcut 
  • Setting the default transition in the Effects palette 
  • Applying transitions to multiple clips 
  • Removing transitions 
  • Rendering 


Lesson10: Effects

 

  • Applying a video effect 
  • Accessing FX settings 
  • Removing video and audio effects 


Lesson 11: Editing Dialogue

 

  • Trimming shortcuts - ‘M’ and N’ 
  • Using Match Frame to locate media 
  • Using Reverse Match Frame 
  • Changing the pace and rhythm of diaogue by editing 
  • The 180 degree line 
  • Continuity of composition and continuity of action 
  • ‘J’ cuts and ‘L’ cuts 
  • Revisiting sync mode for dialogue editing 


Lesson 12: Project Management


  • Media folder search tools 
  • Media folder organisation 
  • Nesting sequences 
  • Revisiting the relationship between clip media files 
  • Deleting clips and media files from inside of EDIUS 
  • Deleting media on your storage drives 


Lesson 13: Multicam

 

  • Preparing media for Multicam 
  • Multicam editing step by step 
  • Manual adjustments to Multicam edits


Lesson 14: Titles

 

  • Creating new titles 
  • Creating a new title in a media folder 
  • Creating a new title directly on the timeline 
  • About the Quick Titler 
  • Safe Title and Action guidelines 
  • Entering text on a title 
  • Selecting and repositioning objects in a title 
  • Text properties 
  • Creating simple shapes 
  • Layering the contents of a title 
  • Working with titles on the timeline 
  • Editing titles 
  • Applying title transition FX 
  • Rolling and Crawling titles 


Lesson 15: Output to Tape and Files

 

  • Preparing your sequence for output to tape or file 
  • How to render
  • Burning in timecode 
  • Revisiting Rendering – what is rendering? 
  • Output to files 
  • Preparing for output to tape 
  • Recording to tape 
  • Sharing media assets 
  • Importing and exporting Asset Bin contents 
  • Importing and exporting projects in other formats 
  • Transporting projects 

 

 

 

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