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Runway University

 
 

RUNWAY

UNIVERSITY

Runway is proud to announce Runway University, a new division focused on education, community, and continuing the brand of excellence in the film and television industry. This endeavor is spearheaded by VP of Education, Johnathon Amayo, who brings over twenty years of experience as an educator in the production and post-production industry. Runway University will prepare students for exactly what they need to know with a focus on industry job-based training and apprenticeships.
 

Production and Post-Production Programs

Runway University will offer classes focused on specific jobs within the film and television industry. Programs to include:

•   Post Coordinator

•   Post Supervisor

•   Assistant Editing

•   Production Assistant

Educational OutReach

Runway University offers a variety of on-site, custom training programs designed for scripted and non-scripted production companies. Services to include custom courses and documentation, online education, and on-site instruction.

School of Engineering

A comprehensive program for production and post-production engineering. Program to include courses on integration, production networking, and advanced editorial setups.

Education LABs

A community based program to allow filmmakers and creatives at all levels to leverage the capabilities of Runway University at minimal cost. This will include afterhours use of systems, storage, and instruction.

 
 

UPCOMING CLASSES
    UPCOMING CLASSES
 
 

 


AE100 Assistant Editing Principles, Non-Scripted
$995.00 (16 hours)

This course examines the process of Assistant Editing for non-scripted productions and preparing students to excel in the work environment. The class focuses on the exact functions assistant editors are required to know in reality productions including communications skills, workflows, and time allotted for each process.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Ingesting

•   Organizing

•   Media Management

•   Up-Rezing

•   Outputting

•   Storage

Who should attend:

•   Production Assistants

•   Production Interns

•   New to the Industry

•   MC101 Students

 

PC100 Post Coordinator Essentials
$995.00 (16 hours)

This course examines the process of being a post production coordinator on both scripted and non-scripted productions. The course includes a compressive toolset for students as well as role-playing exercises to develop skills such as scheduling talent, editors, and producers.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Scheduling

•   Essential Coordinator Tools & Software Programs

•   Managing PAs

•   Dailies, Cuts, & Finals

•   Purchase Orders

•   Stock Footage

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Production Assistants

•   Production Interns

 


MC110 Avid Media Composer: Effects Essentials (Part 2)
$595.00 (16 hours)

This course is the first step in achieving confidence, creativity, and efficiency with Avid Media Composer, the non-linear film/video editing application used in most movie and television productions. Along with its counterpart, MC110, this course provides the foundation for Media Composer User Certification. The training is hands-on and features project-based lessons in which you work on real-world projects ranging from extreme sports and dazzling documentary footage to an episode of a TV show. This course is the first step in mastering Avid Media Composer.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Introduction to Audio Effects

•   Introduction to Visual Effects

•   Corrective Effects

•   Retiming

•   Color Treating and Correcting

•   Nesting Multiple Effects

•   Multilayer Effects

•   Keying and Mattes

•   3D Title Animation with Marquee

•   Using AVX Third-Party Plug-Ins

•   Performance and Rendering

Who should attend:

•   Production Assistants

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   New to the Industry

 

MC101 Avid Media Composer: Editing Essentials (Part 1)
$995.00 (24 hours)

Digital Filmmaking in Avid is a two-day course that prepares editors on working with film and 24p media on Avid. This two-day course prepares editors and assistant editors for working with film and 24p media on Avid Media Composer and Symphony.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Understanding the Film to Video (Telecine) Transfer Process referred to as 2:3 Pulldown

•   Film and 24p Project Workflows

•   Organizing Editing Projects and Sessions

•   Understanding Avids Auto-Sync and Auto-Sequence Features

•   Avids Script Integration Feature

•   Film and Reformatting Effects

•   Creating an Edit Decision List (EDL)

•   Digital Cuts (Mastering to Tape)

•   Adjusting Sync with Avids Perf Slip Feature

•   Exporting Audio to a ProTools Audio Workstation

•   Additional topics include Film and Video Terminology, Film Matchback,

acquisition of 24p Footage, 24p versus 23.976p, Film and 24p Settings, Modifying Clip

Data, Fixing Incorrect Pulldown, and Grid Display settings

Who should attend:

•   MC101 Students

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   Online Editors

 
 


MC201 Avid Media Composer: Professional Picture & Sound Editing
$895.00 (24 hours)

Media Composer Professional Picture and Sound Editing will give you the skills and in-depth, under-the-hood knowledge you need to distinguish yourself as a true editing professional and go for the high-profile jobs you want. With the step-by-step guidance in this course, you’ll learn the skills you need to work on big-budget productions: media management (become the media management guru others look to for expert advice), advanced picture editing (learn precision cutting techniques and how to master Script Integration for long-form projects), and advanced sound editing (learn to impress your producer by creating great audio mixes).

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Overview of Post-Production Workflows

•   Professional Acquisition

•   Organizing Project Assets

•   Managing Media Files

•   Archiving & Deletions

•   Editing Montages

•   Editing Scripted Projects

•   Trimming Dialog

•   Multi-cam Editing

•   Working with Mixed Media

•   Fundamentals of Audio Editing & PT Interop

•   Audio Sweetening with EQ

•   AudioSuite and RTAS Effects

Who should attend:

•   MC101 Students

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   Online Editors

 

MC203 Digital Filmmaking in Avid
$595.00 (16 hours)

Digital Filmmaking in Avid is a two-day course that prepares editors on working with film and 24p media on Avid. This two-day course prepares editors and assistant editors for working with film and 24p media on Avid Media Composer and Symphony.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

MC203 Digital Filmmaking in Avid
$595.00 (16 hours)

•   Understanding the Film to Video (Telecine) Transfer Process referred

to as 2:3 Pulldown

•   Film and 24p Project Workflows

•   Organizing Editing Projects and Sessions

•   Understanding Avids Auto-Sync and Auto-Sequence Features

•   Avids Script Integration Feature

•   Film and Reformatting Effects

•   Creating an Edit Decision List (EDL)

•   Digital Cuts (Mastering to Tape)

•   Adjusting Sync with Avids Perf Slip Feature

•   Exporting Audio to a ProTools Audio Workstation

•   Additional topics include Film and Video Terminology, Film

Matchback, acquisition of 24p Footage, 24p versus 23.976p, Film

and 24p Settings, Modifying Clip Data, Fixing Incorrect Pulldown, and

Grid Display settings

Who should attend:

•   MC101 Students

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   Online Editors

 


MC205 Avid Media Composer: Professional Effects & Compositing
$595.00 (16 hours)

Professional Effects & Compositing teaches editors about the full range of effects available in Avid Media Composer. Along with its counterpart, MC201 Professional Picture & Sound Editing, this course provides the foundation for Media Composer Professional Certification. Go beyond the basics and take a giant step toward your mastery of the software with Media Composer Professional Effects and Compositing.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Effect Design and Techniques

•   Advanced Keyframing

•   Using the 3D Warp Effect

•   Importing Graphics and Mattes

•   Keying Graphics

•   Using Intraframe (Paint) Effects

•   Tracking and Stabilizing shots

•   Refining the Composite

Who should attend:

•   MC101 Students

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   Online Editors

•   FX Artists

 

MC239 Color Grading with Media Composer and Symphony
$595.00 (16 hours)

Learn the full gamut of Avid Media Composer and Symphony tools and techniques – everything from simple primary color corrections to creating a polished, multi-layer finished grade. Learn to read video scopes, perform primary grades with HSL and Curves, perform secondary color correction, use Paint and AniMatte effects to create spot corrections, leverage Symphony’s correction relationships to speed the grading workflow, and much more. Begin mastering the art of color correction while getting a creative leg-up on the competition at Runway University.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Color Grading Fundamentals

•   System Configurations for Color Grading

•   Core Grading Tools and Techniques

•   Using Curves for Grading

•   Advanced Primary Color Correction

•   Secondary Color Correction (Avid Symphony)

•   Using Anti-Matte with Color Correction

•   Grouping Color Corrections

•   Delivering a Graded Digital Master

Who should attend:

•   MC101 Students

•   Assistant Editors

•   Editors

•   Online Editors


PT101 Introduction to Pro Tools
$695.00 (24 hours)

This course covers basic Pro Tools principles focusing on Pro Tools 10 software and covering a multitude of new functions and feature enhancements. It provides everything you need to complete a Pro Tools project-from initial set up to final mixdown. The course focuses on Pro Tools 10 software and covers a multitude of new functions and feature enhancements.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Getting to Know Pro Tools

•   Creating a Pro Tools Session

•   Making an Audio and MIDI Recording

•   Importing Media from Various Sources

•   Selecting and Navigating

•   Basic Vocal/Instrument Recording and Editing Techniques

•   Introduction to Mixing

•   Introduction to Loops

•   Introduction to Plug-ins

•   Finishing your Work

Who should attend:

•   Editors

•   Musicians

•   Audio Engineers

•   Online Editors

•   Sound Editors

•   Audio Enthusiasts

 

PT110 Essentials of Pro Tools
$695.00 (24 hours)

Take a more detailed look into the Pro Tools system that provides the foundation for the later 200-series of courses on Pro Tools music and post production. It covers all the key concepts and skills needed to operate a Pro Tools LE system.

The student guide includes media and projects that you can work with at your own pace after the class is over.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Pro Tools I/0 Set Up Overview

•   Configuring and Routing MIDI

•   Pro Tools Hardware Settings

•   Using the Pro Tools Workspace Browser

•   Loop Recording

•   Using Virtual Instruments

•   Working in Relative Timescale

•   Using AudioSuite Plug-Ins

•   Intro to Beat Detective

•   Using the Plug-In Window

•   Understanding and Working with Automation

•   Using Time-Based RTAS Plug-Ins

Who should attend:

•   PT101 Students

•   Musicians

•   Audio Engineers

•   Online Editors

•   Sound Editors

 


PR101 Intro to Adobe Premiere
$595.00 (16hrs)

Learn the how to operate Adobe Premiere Pro, a powerful video editing program that is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud software collection. This course will teach you how to successfully use Premiere Pro, no matter if you have ever used the program before or not. Both the beginner and seasoned user can benefit from this course, starting with the basics of the program including navigation and continuing on to more advanced features.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Navigate Premiere Pro and open projects

•   Work with files

•   Import media into Premiere Pro

•   Organize your media once it’s imported

•   Edit tracks in the Timeline

•   Create sequences and nested sequences

•   Add motion to your clips

•   Create and work with keyframes

•   dd animation and other effects

•   Use the color-correction tools

•   Sync clips from multiple cameras

•   Work with audio in the Audio Workspace

•   Export media from Premiere Pro

Who should attend:

•   Avid Editors

•   Assistant Editors

•   New to Industry

•   Online Editors

 

PR201 Advanced Adobe Premiere
$595.00 (16hrs)

This course is designed to teach students to master Adobe Premiere slew of new features and refinements that let you move through your projects efficiently and intuitively, including Editing Finesse workflow enhancements, Link & Locate to help you find files faster, an expanded audio toolset, an even more responsive Mercury Playback Engine, and a powerful new closed captioning workflow. Adobe Premiere Pro also includes the Lumetri Deep Color Engine, so you can apply look files from Adobe SpeedGrade to your clips and cut with the aesthetic of the grade.

Topics covered in the course include:

•   Advanced Editing Techniques

•   Putting Clips in Motion

•   Multi-camera Editing

•   Editing and Mixing Audio

•   Sweetening Sound

•   Adding Video Effects

•   Color Correction and Grading

•   Exploring Compositing Techniques

•   Creating Titles

•   Managing Your Projects

Who should attend:

•   Avid Editors

•   Assistant Editors

•   New to Industry

•   Online Editors


Phone: 310-636-2036
Email: edu@runway.com

Runway University
1330 North Vine Street
Hollywood, CA 90028

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RunwayU@runway.com.

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LOCATION AND PARKING INSTRUCTIONS:
1330 North Vine Street
Hollywood, CA 90028

(Class location may vary across Runway’s campus. Please verify with class confirmation email)

Students are permitted to park at Runway after 5:30pm weekdays and all day on weekends for free.
 
 
 

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY:

Runway University reserves the right to cancel any course no less than seven (7) days prior to the course start date. In the event of a cancellation by Runway University, students have the option of being rescheduled for another course date or receiving a full refund.

Students may cancel their enrollment in any course by providing notice to Runway University no less than seven (7) days prior to the course start date. Any cancellation received less than seven days prior to the course start date will result in the student being charged a 30% late cancellation fee of the full published rate. “No-shows” will be charged the full published rate for the course and will receive no refund for any payments already made.

*Refunds for PayPal or credit card will be subject to a 2% fee.