Video Editing Intern

internship - full time,

E-Line Media
Tempe, AZ
Closed
Posted 77 Days ago
E-Line Media
Tempe, AZ
internship - full time,
Posted 77 Days ago
Closed

Description

Video Editing Intern E-Line Media - Tempe, AZ3.7 1 day agoFull-timeEstimated: $23,000 - $31,000 a year Skills * Organizational Skills * Adobe Premiere Tempe, AZ Qualified Applicants may apply here: http://elinemedia.com/careers/ Description E-Line Phoenix is seeking for a talented and passionate Video Editing Intern to support our creative team and help develop an exciting documentary series to be featured within our upcoming video game, Beyond Blue. This position will work directly with the project leads to review, organize and manage footage, assist with the logistics of identifying and sourcing licensable content, and assist the production of 20+ 1-2 minute mini-documentaries about our ocean. The position can be full-time or part-time through August 2019, with the majority of work occurring between May through July 2019. Our ideal candidate has strong organizational skills, attention to detail, effective communication skills, and at least an introductory knowledge of Adobe Premiere (or similar editing software). As our Video Editing Intern you will * Organize footage and assets on local storage devices and manage backups; * Screen capture footage from online video libraries and gameplay; * Assist in the logistics of organizing production shoots; * Screen licensable footage and assist in the logistics of their procurement; * Sync sound for footage with production sound; * Generate proxies; * Cutting selects as needed; * Add subtitles for shots with hard to understand audio; * Coordinate content with localization/translation service; * Maintain a list of sources for the game credits. About Beyond Blue Beyond Blue is a new video game franchise being developed by E-Line Media in collaboration with BBC Blue Planet II, OceanX/Dalio Family, David Haas, and a team of world-renowned scientists led by Dr. Samantha Joye. Embracing the same inclusive development process that was used to create Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), E-Lines BAFTA award-winning game about Alaska Native culture, the company has paired world-class game makers with leading ocean experts to craft an experience that reflects the awesome wonder and unbounded mystery that infuses our planets beating blue heart. In addition to probing the mysteries of the Ocean through compelling gameplay, players will also meet the inspiring real-world Ocean researchers, explorers and journalists who are laying the foundation for this exciting future through embedded Ocean Insight videos featuring never seen before footage from BBCs Blue Planet II production that are unlocked while playing the game. About E-Line Media E-Line Media is a video game publisher passionate about making great games that help players understand and shape the world. Across the planet, we spend 3 billion hours a week playing video games. E-Line's mission is to help make this incredible investment of time and energy both fun and meaningful through high-quality commercial video games and aligned learning programs.

Skills

video editing, adobe premiere pro, documentaries, journalism, music videos, video games, documentary production, microsoft word, research, maya, organization, creativity, production sound, audio, online video

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