Manage your Media * Preparing for Edit * Make the first Cut

Saturday 24th May: Half Day Seminar at the Tracy Edwards Academy, Putney Embankment

Join Duncan Thomsen - the editor on Emmy and World Award Winning Documentaries - for an exclusive half day seminar as he shows you how the best editors manage the media, prepare the edit and make the first cut. Morning and Afternoon bookings available

Who should attend? Professionals, Graduates and interested Beginners

Saturday, May 24th, 10am-1pm

The Old Boathouse, 1a Putney Embankment, London SW15

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  • Space strictly limited - 50 places per seminar (book now)
  • £40 per person (usual price £190)

Seminar Agenda

10.00 - 10.45 - Managing Your Media

The edit is everything and a better understanding of assets here will make you a more effective editor when it comes to managing time and client expectations.

  • Creating Sequences with different assets:
  • Creating Bins for easy access and fast usage

10.45 - 11 - Preparing for the Edit

Now you have assets in an understandable arrangement, it’s time to get ready to edit.

There are two ways to approach this.

  • Transcribed footage and interviews
  • Untranscribed footage and interviews

11 - 11.30 - Preparing the Time Line

The 'preparing for the edit' will require a time line to be prepared and this starting point and how well you managed it, will dictate how the edit pans out.

  • Video
  • Audio

11.30 - 11.45 COFFEE BREAK

11.45 - 1pm - Making the First Cut

  • Sync-pulling example: Practical demonstration
  • Sync-pulling example: Practical demonstration
  • Painting the timeline

EyeMage Ltd

EyeMage Ltd is the creative benchmark for business, online and community films. Our teams are comprised of award winning editors, producers, directors and cameramen. At the top of their game, we bring our expertise to professionals, graduates and interested beginners looking to know the best way to make films, our exclusive half and one day seminars and training courses.
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Terms and Conditions

All booking and seminar information is confirmed by email to the email address provided when the booking is made. It is the responsibility of the recipient of the email to ensure that the attendees are informed.

A VAT invoice will be raised and sent at the time of booking. Payment becomes due at the time of booking. We accept payments by credit/debit card, bank transfer or cheque.

Should an attendee be unable to attend, a substitute participant is always welcome.We do not accept cancellations within three weeks of the start date of the seminar. Due to a high demand for our seminars and fairness to all our customers, we reserve the right to cancel any unpaid bookings. Cancellations made more than 3 weeks in advance of the seminar incur £15 administration charge.

We reserve the right to change the venue where it does not complement our seminar or will detract from your experience. We will contact you prior to the seminar to confirm the new venue details.

We reserve the right to change seminar details where circumstances make this necessary or when it is considered that the changes will enhance the presentation.