|title ||Video Editing|
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|prequisites ||GM111 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||This course provides a solid technical foundation in video post-production for students. It concentrates on the issues of shot succession, timing, action, and sound/image relations as an aid to general postproduction skills and revisualization of computer animation. The course covers the essential elements of linear and non-linear systems, as well as general ecology of production and post-production in a rapidly changing field.|
|arabic Description/Outcomes |
|objectives ||1. Understand how to shoot, capture, edit, and output short video projects, organizing footage and modifying it into a coherent sequence.|
2. Set up short video projects and shoot them using a variety of appropriate camera angles, shots, and framing.
3. Apply techniques for establishing or breaking continuity in a video sequence.
4. Develop a basic proficiency with the tools and techniques available in standard digital video editing programs.
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|ref. books ||Roy Thompson, Christopher J. Bowen, Grammar of the Edit, Third Edition, Focal Press, 2013.|
Gael Chandler, Film Editing: Great Cuts Every Filmmaker and Movie Lover Must Know, 2009.
Richard Harrington, Creating DSLR Video: From Snapshots to Great Shots, Peachpit Press, 2012.
|arabic ref. books |
|textbook ||Ken Dancyger, The Technique of Film and Video Editing: History, Theory, and Practice,rnFocal Press, 6 th Edition, 2018.|
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|course file ||
4_GM416_GM416 - Video Editing.pdf|