Avid and Bad Robot Team Up to Host Webinar for Post Professionals, December 10

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Avid has announced the latest installment in Avid’s Pro Video Webinar series, which is slated for Monday, December 10th and will feature the team behind leading film/TV production company, Bad Robot. The Webinar series offers attendees tips from Hollywood’s leading professionals, underscoring Avid’s commitment to editors who are working to sharpen their skills at all experience levels.

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WHO: Bad Robot’s editorial, sound and VFX teams responsible for the television hit series Lost, Revolution, Alias and Person of Interest as well as several blockbusters including Joy Ride, Mission: Impossible III and Star Trek.

WHAT: The free hour-long webinar, “Secrets from Inside Bad Robot,” will give attendees an exclusive look at the inner workings of Bad Robot, diving into the Avid workflows that enable them to create today’s most popular TV shows and films. The Bad Robot team will also be participating in a live Q&A immediately following the presentation.  

WHEN: The webinar will be taking place on Monday, December 10 at 11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET/ 7:00 p.m. GT and viewers can register online here.



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