OSLO, NORWAY — Lowepost (www.lowepost.com), a digital-media company that offers an online learning platform for the post production industry, recently launched an Assimilate Scratch training channel. DITs and post production artists anywhere in the world now have easy and low-cost access to an extensive and growing series of tutorials for the software, which offers tools for dailies, conforming, color grading, visual effects, compositing, finishing, VR and live streaming.
“We’re offering in-depth training of Scratch via comprehensive tutorials developed by Lowepost and Assimilate,” explains Stig Olsen, manager of LowePost. “Our primary goal is to make Scratch training easily accessible to all users and post artists for building their skills in high-end tools that will advance their expertise and careers. It’s also ideal for DaVinci Resolve colorists who want to add another excellent conform, finishing and VR tool to their toolkit.”
Lowepost’s Scratch training channel is available for an annual fee of $59.00, but for a limited time, the company is offering free access. Pros can register online at: https://lowepost.com/promotions/scratch. Additionally, all premium members of the Lowepost Scratch training channel will receive a 20-percent discount on all Scratch products. Assimilate is offering a free 30-day trial of Scratch via its Website (www.assimilateinc.com).
“The amount of content being created worldwide is at an all-time high, and producing professional quality is critical to this continuing,” say Assimilate CEO Jeff Edson. “And in-depth training is a requirement for educating the digital-media professionals the market requires. Lowepost has created a comprehensive set of tutorials that effectively train all users in the advanced capabilities of Scratch, which would normally take years to learn on the job. Once DITs and post artists experience the power, performance, and new GUI of Scratch 9.0, they’re hooked. Together, we will continue to create more and more tutorials to continue raising the bar in online training, enabling professionals to effectively use the full power of these high-end tools.”