Course Descriptions

COM 264 - Video Production II

3 Credits

An intermediate course that provides a continuation of the principles learned and practiced in Video Production I (COM 150) as they relate to camera operation. The student will add to their skills through advanced techniques in image acquisition with increased emphasis on editing of live-action video footage. Working with contemporary non-linear editing systems, the emphasis will be placed on the structure and pacing of a finished video project. Three class hours.

Prerequisite: COM 150.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate technical aspects of professional quality productions including: o File management
o Title creation
o Real-time video editing
o Waveform sound editing
o Professional quality video and sound track creation
o Working with a timeline
o Working with multiple windows
2. Demonstrate the ability to articulate aesthetic decisions and appropriate use of non-linear techniques including: o Use of transitions
o Continuity
o Pacing
o Storytelling
3. Applying enhanced communication skills – necessary to successfully communicate to a client, an audience and team members
4. Demonstrate presentation skills including ability to present your rough cut and work toward a finished product to deliver to your client.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

Use links below to see if this course is offered:
Intersession 2018
Spring Semester 2018