Introduction to DaVinci Resolve Lite
with Guillaume Millet
180$ + taxes
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Registration deadline : October 7th 2019
This course will be given in French (with visual tables in English). The version 16.1 will be used.
This introductory course to the free software DaVinci Resolve Lite is for people with little or no experience with the software. The aim of this training is that, after six days of classes, the participants will be able to start their own editing project, edit it, color it and mix it up briefly and share it.
The course comprises 36 hours of group learning.
- This course is intended for artists or those working or seeking employment in the field of media arts.
- Applicants should reside on the island of Montréal and be available throughout the duration of the course.
- To be a permanent resident or a Canadian citizen.
- Due to the limited number of places, priority will be given to those who fulfill the admission requirements. Please email your CV and motivation letter to email@example.com by October 7th 2019.
- On request and subject to availability, computers may be made available to participants.
Where: Vidéographe, 4550 Garnier Street, Montréal, QC H2J 3S7
When: October 26, 27 and November 2,3, 16,17 from 10am to 5pm (including a one hour lunch break)
Public transport: Metro – Mont-Royal; bus – lines 27, 45 & 97
Price: $180 + taxes
For further information about courses, please contact:
(514) 521-2116 (ext. 221)
Guillaume has more than 25 years’ experience in the field of postproduction as an online and offline editor and, more particularly, as a colorist and motion graphic designer. He also works as an advisor and supervises production flow.
As he is passionate about technology and always on the lookout for new products, Guillaume is often consulted for projects from conception to delivery.
Guillaume has worked in various production and post-production companies in Europe as well as in Canada in fields ranging from documentary, feature films, international co-productions, television series, commercials, animations, and filmed stage shows.