MUL265 Digital Audio and Video
Lead Faculty: Mr. Brian J Arnold
This course provides an introduction to the basic application skills and concepts of non-linear editing. Students learn the basic properties of audio, video and still assets, and practice importing, logging, and basic insert assembly editing. They also develop a sensitivity to the unique aesthetic and usability criteria of digital video in application environments. Software instruction is in Adobe Premiere, Sonic Foundry Sound Forge and Acid Pro.
- Build the technical skills to complete all the stages of an edit (except input).
- Build the aesthetic skills to visualize storytelling through time.
- Work with the standard paperwork of storyboard and treatment for idea presentation.
- Demonstrate proficiency with video compression techniques.
- Produce finished edits
- Critique and deconstruct moving sequences.