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N-DVP21: Digital Video Production

N-DVP21: Digital Video Production Course
COURSE INFORMATIONCURRICULUM LAYOUT

OVERVIEW

This exiting one-year Digital Video Production course introduces you to endless possibilities in the video & film industry with a compact knowledge in audio and visual production techniques.

The course will teach you all about the fundamentals of video and audio equipment from what is affordable and accessible to high end professional gear, and how to operate these equipment to get that perfect and professional shot.

The course introduce intermediate to advance editing and production techniques and includes audio and visual effects to enhance the user experience watching your final video production.

Whether you are a novice or amateur video producer - this course will lay down the foundation of video and film production that is in line with the current trends and requirements in the film and entertainment industry.

Please note that this course will be presented from 2018.

REQUIREMENTS

No prior knowledge in video and film production skills are required to study this course.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Computer literacy
English Language aptitude: speaking, reading, writing and comprehension.
Basic mathematical ability.
Analytical mindset and problem-solving skills.

RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS:

A Passion for video and film
Diligence, punctuality and dedication
An Inquisitive attitude

ABOUT CLASSES

On average, students enrolled for the DVP21 course will have 10 hours of class a week scheduled between 9:00 and 17:00, Mondays to Fridays.

Each student will work on a dedicated computer workstation during the course. Classes consist of practical hand's-on class exercises, demonstrations and assignments on location and in the classroom.

Additional practical time can be scheduled for production work. Since your lectures are hands-on practical based where theoretical concepts are demonstrated and practiced, it is compulsory to attend all lectures.

Students may book the college facilities and computer workstations during the week other than scheduled class.

PRESCRIBED MATERIAL

TEXTBOOKS

The prescribed course textbooks are not included in the course fee. All other course notes and material are included.

HARDWARE

Everything you need to successfully complete the course is provided for on Campus during your sessions.

All enrolled students can book and use the Institution's fully equipped clasrooms room to complete their practical projects during the course.

Registered students qualify for up to 50% student discount on software and hardware.

Camera, Lighting & Sound Operation Techniques

This module will introduce and explain the most important equipment needed for video and film production. The module also includes cameras, lighting, sound and accessories.

Video Cameras & Formats
Dollies, Jibs and stands
Lights, reflectors and lenses
Microphones and Booms
Hard Disk Recorders and Storage
Mobile Devices & Drones

Video & Film Production Techniques

This module includes pre-production, basic directing principles and story boarding and the use of video production and editing software to produce a video or film.

Pre Production Principles
Video Production Software
Video Production
Chroma Key

Digital video editing $ Effects

This module covers intermediate to advanced video editing techniques

Importing video media
Media arrangement
Labeling and story-boarding
Editing (cut, copy pates, trim)
Transitions
Tracking
Effects and Color Correcting
Working with Audio
Exporting and Formats

Audio Post Production & Foley

This module is designed to develop the aptitude of the learners to work with audio and video hence broadening the skill set of successful graduates to include post production skills which opens up a wider scope of possible employment opportunities.

Dialogue and ADR
Basics of surround sound
Mixing audio for post
Sound Synthesis & Design
Video satellite linking
Non-linear video editing
Mastering audio for picture
Field recording concepts

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