Thursday, 9 December 2010
Here is a link to the Adobe support site but I'd add a little extra if I may - make sure you login as a root user before deleting the required preference.
Also I suggest that you open Premiere while still logged in as root to make sure a nice fresh preference takes its place. Close Premiere then and go back to your normal user login account and all should be fine!
I did notice that on a fresh install we didn't actually have the troublesome preference (com.apple.audio.AggregateDevices.plist) until we open Premiere while logged in as root so thats something to be aware of too.
RESULT - not only do we have the best trainers but also the best support!
For all you editors out there, we have a stable full of the best, most experienced trainers who use the software they deliver training for on a daily basis so they're full of real world tips and tricks to keep you on track so if you want the best training around then come to Digital Media Training!
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
It also means that we can now open up our training to include even more OSX and server based courses. AT Computers has a very large client base for installation and delivery of high quality, high end Apple Mac equipment for both industry and education and we are proud to be associated with such an esteemed Apple reseller
AT Computers have a number of stores in South Wales located in Cardiff, Treforest and Swansea. Please feel free to talk to staff at any of the stores about the training available or you could contact us directly by email or telephone.
Saturday, 2 October 2010
There are restrictions of course, you have to be able to demonstrate that you are either working in Welsh Television or that the training will enable you to secure a position in Welsh Television. There are full details on the Skillset web site (link below).
Courses that are eligible include Colour Correction, Audio Design, Compositing and Generating effective graphics as well as a few others but the emphasis is on expanding core knowledge of post production techniques.
In connection with this, Digital Media Training have a number of courses that would fit within these parameters:
Color 101 which covers Colour Grading using Final Cut Pro and Color
Soundtrack101which covers using Soundtrack Pro for sound sweetening and audio repairs
After Effects which comes in 2 levels of tuition to build your knowledge of the most widely used compositing and graphics software for video used in the industry
Motion101 which covers using Apple Motion 4 software for advanced graphics as well taking you into compositing and simple integration with Final Cut Pro
If you're interested in talking to someone about taking one of these courses then please give us a call or drop us an email!
Here is the quote form the Skillset website:
"Skillset Cymru Bursaries for Editors are grants of up to £800 for you to spend on Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training within the field of editing. You must be working in the Welsh TV/post production sector or in the wider creative media industries in Wales on TV projects in a cross-platform context."
And here is the web link with full details http://www.skillset.org/funding/individuals/cymru_bursaries/article_7903_1.asp
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
The 'Behind The Screens' showcasing event tours cities across the UK with top digital productions.
The tour, supported by Adobe, will highlight some of the best new digital, innovative and technological projects from the UK digital media industry.
Each event will offer a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the latest works from award-winning producers and will offer TV, film and digital media attendees great networking opportunities and a forum for new ideas, collaborations and future partnerships.
The Digital Showcasing series is visiting London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol and Belfast and all events run from 3.30 pm until 6pm.
Monday, 19 July 2010
Friday, 9 July 2010
For anyone interesting in learning more about Apple training visit www.digitalmediatraining.co.uk
Thursday, 8 July 2010
Check out our new website at www.digitalmediatraining.co.uk for more info. The website will keep growing with courses over the next weeks and months.