I know some of you are gearing up for midterms, but if you want to take an awesome workshop, come on down and sign up for the following times:
Tuesday, March 6: Basic Editing 1 pm
Wednesday, March 7: Basic Camera 4 pm
Thursday, March 8: Basic Editing 3pm, Advanced Editing 5 pm
Friday, March 9: I'm giving people the option of either basic camera or advanced camera at 2:30 pm. If you are interested in taking either camera workshop at that time, please EMAIL me back with your preference and I will get back to you.
Remember to come down and sign up manually as these workshops are first come first serve. And email me if you can't make these times but would like to take a workshop this week. I will do my best to accommodate you. Hope to see some of you this week :)
UVC-TV 19 Workshop Coordinator:
UVC-TV 19 Workshops:
UVC-TV 19 will train members on our multiple Canon Vixia HV40 and HV30, Sony PD170, Canon GL2, and Sony Z5U cameras. We offer small and large tripods, external mics, wireless mics, light kits, headphones, and other various production equipment and materials. We also provide our members with mini DV tapes, DVDs, and hard drives. Our editing suites are also equipped with Final Cut Pro 6, Adobe Premiere Pro CS3, Adobe After Effects CS5, Adobe InDesign CS5, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, Motion, Color, and more!
After completing their membership form, paying the $10 fee, and receiving an orientation from our staff, members are able to take the workshops we offer on a weekly basis. In order to rent equipment from UVC, members must first take both the Basic Camera and Basic Editing Workshops. Each workshop is designed to give members a basic comprehensive introduction to video production and post-production. Basic camera workshops include an overview of video production with a thorough demonstration of using Canon HV40s and HV30s, setting up tripods, proper shot composition and internal and external mic set-up. Basic editing workshops introduce members to the Final Cut Pro non-linear (digital) editing post-production workflow. This includes ingesting footage, editing tools and techniques, mixing audio, adding transitions and effects, rendering, and outputting a final product. After completion, members may rent equipment, use our editing software, and have their product broadcast on our station and uploaded to our site for viewing. Also, members may then take more advanced camera and editing workshops as posted.
Directions on how to sign up for a workshop:
Workshop sign-up sheets are located on our bulletin board in the station. They are posted weekly, and you must sign up manually. Find a date and time that fits your schedule from the posted workshop times. Write down your name, phone number, and student email. You may only sign up for one slot per workshop (e.g. please do not sign up for more than one camera workshop offered that week). Workshops are on a first come, first serve basis, so put your info down on the wait list if the workshop is full. You will be contacted directly in the event of a cancellation.
If all of the scheduled times that week don'tfit your schedule, please firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, the workshop you would like to take, and the day(s) and time(s) of your availability. Accommodations can be made with proper notification. Otherwise, stay tuned for the next week's workshop schedule as it does change.
If you have already signed up and need to cancel, please call my number (401) 862-1789 or email email@example.com as soon as possible.