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Video Editing 101 with Blender

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Professional Development Opportunities

Date: March 30, 2022

Time: 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Update: Recording and Materials will be available soon.

Video Editing 101 with Blender 

In today’s world, having the ability to make asynchronous video content for various purposes is essential. Want to record a talk? Make an outreach video? Make a cool animation of your data? Become a YouTube superstar? Then you’ll need to know how to edit video files. In this informal presentation/demonstration I will show you how the free software “[Blender](” can be used for standard video editing tasks to quickly get decent results. By the end of the session you should feel comfortable making basic edits, and be knowledgeable enough to google the rest.

Make sure to [download and install Blender]( in advance so you can follow along at home.

Speaker Information:
Connor Stone is a PhD candidate in Physics at Queen’s University, specializing in Astrophysics . Connor is the Queen’s Observatory Coordinator, co-leads the Fast Radio Bursts podcast, and organizes various professional opportunities for his fellow students.

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