The next edition of PCA’s popular Introduction to Final Cut Pro X class with Dan Villalva, will take place on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 9 am – 4 pm at the PCA studio, 205 Keller St, Suite 102, Petaluma.
Guest instructor Dan Villalva brings a wealth of post-production experience to PCA. A longtime friend of public access media and expert in video post-production, Dan is the former Executive Director of the Community Media Center of Santa Rosa, with decades of film and editing experience he enjoys sharing.
Whether you are just getting started with video editing, or are an experienced user ready to switch over to X, this could be the hands-on learning opportunity for you. This course in video post-production will give you the foundation you need to be off and running with video editing in no time at all.
Registration for this course is open to PCA members for just $60. The non-member fee is $100.
Now would be an opportune moment to join PCA. For just $1.44 per week (an annual fee of $75, with discounted membership fee of $50 for students, seniors and lower-income folks) you can have access to all that PCA has to offer – audio & video equipment and training, workshops, classes & other events, editing software training, an air-conditioned lounge, a broadcast radio studio, and more – plus you would be providing vital support for southern Sonoma County’s public access, media literacy center, right here in the heart of Petaluma. Recently we’ve added KPCA-LP, Sonoma County’s newest community radio station to our roster of ongoing projects, opening up a world of opportunities for programmers in radio. Learn more about KPCA-LP at the KPCA.fm website.
Membership fees will rise early in the new year, so renew early or join today! Space for this course is limited, so call PCA today at (707) 773-3190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
What: Final Cut Pro X Workshop with Dan Villalva
When: Saturday, September 23, 2017 9 am – 4 pm (with a one-hour lunch break)
Where: PCA Studio, 205 Keller St, Ste. 102 (downstairs), Petaluma
Cost: $60 for PCA members. $100 for non-members