Today sees the launch of Rogue Robot Media Training Services, offering a series of short, detailed courses aimed to help those working in media, PR, or marketing businesses get to grips with the basics of image editing, file types, video formats and asset delivery.
As a production company we are more than aware of how much time, and therefore money, is lost going back to clients to secure the right assets in the right formats. Every time a design company has to extract an image from a PDF, convert a Quicktime video into Avi, or track down an image on-line, it costs the client money. This money could be saved simply by knowing some basic information.
These courses are designed for those who regularly deal with image or video files, who may have to prepare graphics for clients or design companies, who are unsure how to deliver large assets, or who wish to quickly and simply manipulate an image file.
Perhaps you or your staff are unsure exactly what Photoshop does, why a Jpeg is different from a Tiff, or whether the video being commissioned should be produced in SD or HD.
The courses are flexible and can be tailored to your business’ needs. Each runs for 3 hours, either over the course of a morning or an afternoon, and costs £500 for up to 6 delegates.
For more information on the course content, visit www.training.roguerobot.co.uk, and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.