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FVS 261: Technical Video Production I

The course introduces students to the principles and practice of professional video production. Through lectures, viewing, discussions, and laboratory exercises, students will acquire the tools necessary to transform their concepts, or those of their clients, into successful video productions. Film Video Studies majors have priority.

FVS 332: Technical Video producation II

This experiential course furthers the students' understanding of technical video production. Lectures, viewings, discussions, and laboratory exercises increase the students' proficiency with the technology and equipment as well as the art involved in the craft. Film Video Studies majors have priority.

IDIS 491C: Intro to non-linear editing (A different alpha suffix is assigned each semester.) Instructor:Bobby Chastain

Intro to Non-Linear Editing is an experiential class that compliments material introduced in Technical Video Production.  Students will learn beginner though advanced techniques of non-linear editing using the AVID family of editing products (specifically AVID Xpress DV) as well as Apple's increasingly popular Final Cut Pro Studio.  Using these applications the student will gain both knowledge and understanding of the editing process and have hands-on experience with the industry standards for non-linear video editing.  Labs will be based on the training material that both AVID and Apple use to train professional editors.  The course will also focus on the systems and techniques of editing as used in film, television, video, animation, multimedia, etc.

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