Find & compare hands-on Video Editing bootcamps near Chicago or live online. We’ve chosen 4 of the best Video Editing bootcamps from the top training providers to help you find the perfect fit.
We didn’t find any courses in Chicago offering Video Editing training, but here are 2 schools that offer live online courses you can take from anywhere, including Chicago.
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Founded in 1990, Noble Desktop offers part-time and full-immersion courses on anything you can think of from design and coding to business. Located in New York City and providing courses both online and in-person, Noble Desktop prides itself on accommodating dynamic courses and bootcamps with hands-on learning, time-tested curriculums, and education from top industry experts.
In this certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to get started in the field of motion graphics and video editing. Students will learn how to work with two industry-standard apps: Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro. Students will also be introduced to the principles of motion graphics as well as the best practices to go from concept to completion. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a motion designer or video editor and walk away with a video demo reel or portfolio to show prospective employers or clients. The program includes a free retake and several step-by-step workbooks.
CEI offers courses in graphic design, web development, digital marketing, and video editing across three locations in Spain. These courses prepare students to start a new career with up-to-state skills in software and coding langauges.
This 180-hour multidisciplinary course teaches students to use essential Adobe video editing tools such as Premiere, After Effect, and Photoshop.
Students in this beginner-friendly course will learn how to use Premiere Pro to create Hollywood-style videos.
headTrix is a computer training and consulting company online offering web design, desktop publishing, interactive media, eLearning, video editing, motion graphics, and social media classes.
This immersive After Effects program offers extensive training for individuals looking to create motion graphics. This course is open to beginners and covers beginner through advanced topics in After Effects. Students will get comfortable in the tool and start working on projects with layers, keyframes, text, effects, and more. This program can be taken online, in-person, or through private lessons.
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Disclaimer & Notes: Hourly rates are estimates only. Courses are not available on an hourly basis. Several other factors that contribute to pricing (such as job support and free retakes) are not factored into pricing per hour. 1 day is estimated to have 6.5 hours of training; 1 week is estimated at 35 hours; and 1 month is estimated at 150 hours. Actual hours will vary by school. Course pricing is subject to change without notice, certain discounts may not be included, and pricing may vary by location.
Video editing is an in-demand skill in our stream-happy economy. In the U.S. every year more than 700 English-language films are released, over 130,000 hours of sports are broadcast, and upwards of 100 million hours of video are uploaded to Youtube. Video editing requires more than just someone to cut clips. There are also jobs for people who put graphics and captions on videos and people who design the look and feel of videos.
Video Editing is one of the core skills needed to secure one of these positions. See the career pages for more information on required skills, tips for landing a job, typical day-to-day work, and where to find job postings.
Salary in Chicago
$56,000 / year15.79% more than the U.S. average
Video editors work on films from script to post-production. Working closely with their teams, they help with script and storyboard development, sound editing, and video layouts. Video editors are responsible for ensuring sequence and continuity throughout the film. They work with producers and directors as they develop treatments and storytelling approaches.Learn about becoming a Video Editor
Salary in Chicago
$61,000 / year3.14% more than the U.S. average
Designers work in a wide variety of industries and specialize in just as many mediums. Most designers create digital assets, but some designers work with hand-drawn sketches and illustrations. They start with an understanding of the best design principles and functional aesthetics. Common fields for designers include web, apps, print, fashion, animation, advertising, and UX design.Learn about becoming a Designer
Salary in Chicago
$64,000 / year24.92% more than the U.S. average
Video managers take assets from ideation to post-production. Beginning with storyboards and scripts, video managers help guide the development of media assets of all kinds. Some video producers create digital ads, and others produce television shows or movies.Learn about becoming a Video Manager
Salary in Chicago
$110,000 / year15.91% more than the U.S. average
A Design Director leads a team of creative professionals who curate the look and feel of a product or project through the production of visual strategies. They work on projects like magazines, movies, advertisements, video games, or websites. Design Directors can work in industries such as interior design, retail, marketing, architecture, and entertainment.Learn about becoming a Design Director
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