Courses in Video Design, Production and Editing

Courses in Video Design, Production and Editing

Training Programs and E-learning for working with Video

Video production and editing technologies and skills require near constant revisiting in order to remain relevant in a highly competitive industry. Training courses on for video skills cover the broad range of necessary skills, from narrative editing, using camera equipment, embedding video,  to guiding users through current industry editing software.

Browse the below training options and course titles to find the video skills you need to succeed. 

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Diploma in Video
Shaw Academy
4 weeks
22 USD
Online
From television to YouTube, we experience video daily in our lives. Video has helped make the world smaller by allowing...
Video Content is King: 23 Best Kept Secrets for an Effective Video Strategy
Lorman Education Services
1.5 hours
0 USD
Online
In 2016, it's video content that's king! Just 60 seconds of video is equivalent to 1.8 million words, which means...
Rapid Video Development for Learning Certificate
Association for Talent Development (ATD)
         
(1)
2 days
1,685 USD
Multiple (2)
When it comes to learning solutions today, video has become a popular medium. This 2 day training course has been...
Essentials of Camtasia Studio: An Introduction
Association for Talent Development (ATD)
         
(1)
1 lesson(s)
900 USD
Online
ATD's one day live, online workshop gives you an intensive, high level introduction to Camtasia Studio, one of today's most...
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More about Courses in Video Design, Production and Editing

Designing, creating and implementing professional videos requires a highly diverse skillset. Course options for video can usually be understood to break down into video editing software instruction, uses and techniques involved with professional equipment, genre specific techniques and embedding video.

Professional video editing software

Video editing involves putting together segments and clips of video in order to create one cohesive video clip or scene. In broad terms, the idea to create a singular statement from multiple individual parts. This process is sometimes referred to as "cutting", since in the past video editing  was involved just that - literally cutting recorded tape with a razor blade.

In the digit world, the razorblade has been replaced by a variety of powerful software tools with capabilities that go far beyond simply cutting but an intention that is much the same, ie enhancing the final video product. Generally referred to as non-linear editing (NLE) software, examples include:

  • Adobe After Effects
  • Prelude CS6
  • AVID DS
  • Sony Vegas Pro
  • Pinnacle studio

Lights, Camera ... learn to use the latest in production equipmentTraining for Video Professionals

Like many industries heavily reliant on technology, video production requires not only the latest equipment but a clear handle on how to get the most out of it's additionally functionalities. Beginners courses for DSLR camera skills, for example, instruct learners in how to:

  • control aperture
  • navigate menus
  • use the light meter
  • set up the camera for video

Special Effects: gain the latest in creating stunning special effects