360 Immersive Video Editing Part 1

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Learn the basic skills necessary to work with 360 immersive video files in Premiere Pro with Andrew Cromey. This is a basic primer for producing 360 videos, importing and setting up your workspace for VR video editing and troubleshooting any stitching issues in post. Part 1 will finish with exporting from Premiere Pro as a VR enabled video.

Andrew Cromey is a Toronto based freelance editor, videographer and director. Graduated from York University's Film Program, Andrew, quickly jumping to the role of videographer and editor. His films have been screened worldwide in film festivals such as Reelworld Film Festival, Ireland International Film Festival, Belgrade Film Festival, the Seattle Independent Film Festival and the South African International Film Festival. In terms of television credits, Andrew has completed editing on several television shows and pilots. Amongst these include The Secret Recipes of the Maharaja's; an Indian travel cooking show, The Last Travel Show; a show on global climate change and The Film Student on Rogers TV. Most recently, Andrew has wrapped postproduction on a web docu-series based on the lives of several war-affected displaced people of Northern Uganda.

$50 Non-member* / $30 Member / CLUB SKILLS/ Skills Member

Contact milada@trinitysquarevideo.com or 416-593-1332 to register.
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By: Trinity Square Video