FVI 392 - Post-Production Techniques
 
(3 cr.) In this course, students explore such topics as the expressive capability of the editing process; how editing functions to create time, tempo and visual rhythm; the building of scenes in editing to achieve various dramatic goals; and telling the story through careful control of sound and image over time. Students gain experience in using the tools and techniques of modern digital post-production technology. Topics may include: post-production planning; continuity editing; digital video effects; compositing; green screen techniques; graphics design; 2D and 3D animation; audio mixing and sound design; interactivity; preparing video for broadband distribution and mobile devices; DVD design and authoring. Prerequisite: FVI 210, FVI 212; Every Year, All
 
Sessions

Fall 2014   |   Spring 2015