BRIEF COURSE INFORMATION
If shooting is like creating the raw material of a film, the edit table is where the film finds its final processed & packaged form. The art of editing, no longer an invisible art as it used to be, is perhaps the very essence of Film Making. The Editor is the one who makes the final decisions about what needs to be seen and heard in a film, while also controlling its rhythm & pace. Extremely technical and yet tremendously artistic, a career in film and TV editing is monetarily as well as creatively satisfying.
The actual trend is the non-linear editing class that digitizes and stores footage onto computer hard disk drives. Modern day software allows this video and audio data to be viewed, modified, and eventually played back in real time from the system, without changing the original rushes. The technology nowadays is such that it allows the Editor to directly broadcast his or her work in full results from a workstation or print it to celluloid, videotape or hard disk.Course Objectives
By completing the Digital film making class the student will learn:
- Introduction to 3D modelling – model a range of hard body and organic 3D forms; surface, light, composite and render simple 3D scene.
- Introduction to Audio post production – edit music and voice tracks; create soundtracks.
- Introduction to video post-production – study post production processes, plus editing and motion graphics; produce a full video project.
- Introduction to 3D animation – critically evaluate animation; produce a 3D animation.
- 3Ds Max
- Adobe Premiere
- Adobe SoundBooth
- Adobe After Effects