This one hour session will go over the basics of using Final Cut Pro and iMovie. Sessions are held on Monday, Nov. 5 from 3pm to 4pm; Wednesday, Nov. 7th from 3pm to 4pm; and Friday, Nov 9th from 10am to 11am in Law Library Rm 3211. Participants will learn how to import video into the software; edit a short video, add title credits, and export the video. The session will also compare and contrast when to use each program. Please direct any questions to Hollie White at firstname.lastname@example.org To register, enter your NetID, and choose an available session at the http://law.duke.edu/law.duke.edu/lib/dil/signup/
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