WG 102 Introduction to Interplay Assist

Length

Suggested length: 1 day

Overview

During this 4-hour course, students learn to use the Interplay Assist. Students learn how to use the logging tool for marking video with timecode locators, making sub-clips (short clips for sound-bites or video), and editing video into shotlist sequences, which can be sent directly to playback airspeed devices. This course is taught twice a day to accommodate more students.

Audience

This course targets:

  • Producers
  • Reporters
  • Assignment managers

Prerequisites

  • None

Objectives

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

  • Describe the features of Interplay Assist
  • Log and create shotlists
  • Organize, navigate, and load clips
  • Create subclips
  • Use transport controls
  • Understand editorial restrictions
  • Play and mark video
  • Use source locators
  • Use source metadata
  • Work with shotlists
  • Create annotations and key mapping
  • Send files to playback and archive systems