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Jamshedpur, March 31: A workshop on video editing was organized as part of the national program initiated by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) under the CSIR Integrated Skill Initiative program, was organized on a digital platform by the CSIR- National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur on March 31, 2021 under the CSIR Jigyasa 2.0 scheme.
This workshop was intended to provide students, teachers, and other interested individuals with an in-depth exposure to the tools and techniques necessary for video editing. The main objective of this program was to train teachers and students on video editing in a comprehensive, innovative and simple way using professional video editing software.
Highlights of this special event included basic approaches to video editing, tools and techniques, background editing, sound effects and noise removal.
The hour-long program began at 4:00 p.m. with the welcome speech delivered by CSIR-NML’s KRIT Division Chief, Dr. Mita Tarafder, in which she emphasized the importance of understanding video editing and gain knowledge on the subject for students and teachers, thus delving into creative content while presenting new ideas or concepts.
The keynote speaker, Mr. Snehasis Ghoshal who is a mechanical engineer with a graduate degree and has rich exposure to the automotive industry as a specialist, is an avid photographer with a keen interest in video editing technologies . In his presentation, Snehasis Ghoshal observed that video editing was a subject in itself and presented an overview of the various software and technologies widely used by professional photographers and videographers. The attendees interacted with him and asked him several relevant questions which the keynote speaker explained to dispel their doubts. The program ended with a vote of thanks presented by Pragati Jha from KRIT Division. The virtual program had 90 participants.