BURBANK, CA — Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp (www.assistbootcamp.com) is holding open online enrollment for its upcoming fall classes. In addition, the first two classes being offered, “Understanding I/O & Drive Speed” and “Finding Your Next Assistant Editing Gig” will be available for free, either in person or online.
Assistant Editors' Bootcamp is a program designed to teach the ins and outs of working in post production. All classes are taught by working industry professionals and cover key concepts and workflows for different parts of post production.
Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp was founded by film and television assistant editors Noah Chamow and Conor Burke. Both are passionate about education and saw the need for a hands on program that focused on teaching practical skills the average assistant editor uses day in and day out. These needed skills include ingesting, sync-ing, multi-grouping, and outputting cuts for review and approval.
“Offering our classes online, has been the number one request we’ve received from potential students,” says co-founder Noah Chamow. “Now we’re able to offer our industry specific training to people all around the world.”
The fall line-up will include “Assistant Editing for Scripted Television” and “Avid FX” classes. Both will be paid classes, though prices have yet to be determined. The Burbank location of the classes, for those who want to attend in person, will also be announced at a later date.