Burbank, CA, March 11, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp will be teaching a brief introduction to the world of creating DCP (Digital Cinema Package) for theatrical distribution. While most studios require DCP delivery, film festivals are increasingly requiring films in DCP format as well. Attendees will learn the basic components that make up a DCP file and the surprisingly straightforward process of creating a DCP that can save thousands of dollars when it comes to getting films into a theater.
Taught by online editors Mesgen Gebremeskel and Joe Delgado, the class will cover two methods for creating DCP’s, one using free open source software, and the other using the paid EasyDCP plugin in DaVinci Resolve.
Classes will be held on Saturday, March 17th from 10am-12pm or 1pm-3pm at Skye Rentals in Burbank. Cost is just $49.99. To register visit: https://www.assistbootcamp.com/creating-dcps-for-feature-delivery
About the Assistant Editors Bootcamp: Sponsored by the AlphaDogs Editors’ Lounge, Noah Chamow and Conor Burked founded The Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp as a place for assistant editors and aspiring assists to learn and collaborate with one another in a low stakes environment. Unlike other courses, which are taught by career teachers and only cover specific applications, these courses are taught by assists working in the industry and are meant to give students the skills and understanding needed to work as an industry assistant editor. To learn more visits: https://www.assistbootcamp.com/