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The Reality of Unscripted Television Editing

The Reality of Unscripted Television Editing

Are you an editor who just landed your first reality show? Or are you an assistant editor who is moving up to the edit chair? Then this webinar is designed…

“Finding a Scene” in Post

“Finding a Scene” in Post

Whether you were strapped for time, had to lose an actor early, had weather-related issues or something else prevented you from shooting the masterpiece you had planned, sometimes you…

Real-World Fixes in Post

Real-World Fixes in Post

Having just wrapped the edit on his most recent feature film, Barry will walk you through the top “fixes” in post. He’ll show you all the little things he…

Scoring a Film Scene

Scoring a Film Scene

Here is a chance to watch a scene from a feature film that starts with a temp score through several revisions of the music to it’s final form. You…

Christmas Gift Ideas for Editors

Christmas Gift Ideas for Editors

With the Holiday Season fast approaching the Editblog’s long running 
Christmas Gift Ideas for the Editor column is adding a webinar to it’s yearly update. Join Editblog&#8217…

Script-Based Editing is Avid’s Untapped Ecosystem

Script-Based Editing is Avid’s Untapped Ecosystem

One of Avid Media Composer’s shining gems for narrative editing is its Script-Based Editing interface. It allows editors to click on words in a film, TV show or…

Watch “Titler Pro 5 for Media Composer Editors” On-Demand at moviola.com

Watch “Titler Pro 5 for Media Composer Editors” On-Demand at moviola.com

This webinar gives Media Composer editors an introduction to Titler Pro 5, the newest version of Titler Pro from NewBlueFX. Editors will get not only a good look at the…

Titler Pro 5 for Media Composer Editors

Titler Pro 5 for Media Composer Editors

This webinar will give Media Composer editors an introduction to Titler Pro 5, the newest version of TP from NewBlueFX. Editors will get not only a good look at the…

The Signal in the Noise: Finding (and Cutting) A Great Short Film with Misha Tenenbaum

The Signal in the Noise: Finding (and Cutting) A Great Short Film with Misha Tenenbaum

As CEO of Editstock — an online service that provides uncut footage for people to practice editing with — Misha Tenenbaum spends most of his time doing two things:  Finding new films…

ART OF THE CUT with “Nocturnal Animals” editor Joan Sobel

ART OF THE CUT with “Nocturnal Animals” editor Joan Sobel

Joan Sobel, ACE began as first assistant on such films as both of Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill films. She then transitioned to the editor’s chair with 2002’s…