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Tuesday
Nov082011

Free sessions at London Skills Week: 21-25 November 2011

As part of Ravensbourne's Build Your Own MA program, I'm speaking at London Media Skills Week in November, specifically about how to improve the look and quality of your videos when compressing for distribution:
 
Simon Walker will show practical ways to improve the look of digital video, strategies for reducing pixelation and noise as well as encoding recipes for making online video look as good as possible. Simon will be joined by a major post production company talking about the work flow on their latest films.
 
This session is aimed at Editors, Producers, Directors, Self Shooters, anyone involved with the shooting, editing and encoding and uploading of digital video.
 
Here's the link to book a free place (my session is on Thurs 24th): www.skillset.org/lmsw/book.html
 
 
 
London Media Skills Week is a one-off chance to access free training sessions and networking events at Skillset Media Academies across the city between 21-25 November 2011. Sessions are open to professionals with two or more years experience in the creative and media industries. For further information visit: Skillset.org/lmsw

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Will there be an open forum at the end of every session? In case, the participants have followup questions.

November 17, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterVivian Kendricks

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