Pro Tools 210P Post Production Techniques

Length

24 to 30 hours

Overview

This course covers techniques for working with Pro Tools in a professional post production environment. Concepts and skills learned in Pro Tools 101, 110, and 201 are reinforced with practical post-specific examples. Access to the Pro Tools 210P certification exam requires that previous exams have been passed.

Audience

This course is designed for end-users with intermediate Pro Tools skills.

Prerequisites

Completion of the following courses is required prior to beginning this course:

Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Synchronize Pro Tools for audio post
  • Work with linear video in Pro Tools
  • Work with non-linear video in Pro Tools
  • Import digital media into the Pro Tools timeline
  • Work with video tracks
  • Record dialog in Pro Tools
  • Describe the role of a dialog editor
  • Organize your session by working with Digibase
  • Use accurate mixing terminology
  • Set layback options

Software Configuration

The following software options are required for this course:

  • Pro Tools HD 8
  • EQ III
  • Dynamics III
  • MachineControl
  • DigiTranslator 2.0
  • DINR
  • Synchro Arts VocALign (optional)
  • X-Form
  • Sonic NoNOISE
  • Maxim
  • SignalTools PhaseScope
  • Pro Tools MP3 Option

System Configurations

The following system configuration is required for this course:

  • Pro Tools|HD 2 Accel
  • 192 I/O, 96 I/O, or 96i I/O
  • SYNC I/O or SYNC HD
  • MIDI I/O or similar multi-port MIDI interface
  • C|24, D-Command, or D-Control
  • Avid Mojo SDI, Avid Mojo, or AVoption|V10