MACS 371 EPP - Editing and Post-production
Students in this course focus on the theory and practice of video editing and post-production. Through weekly assignments and four larger projects, they gain a thorough understanding of narrative editing techniques, color correction, audio post-production and the requisite software. The class covers the art of post-production and how post-production affects narrative function in moving picture media (concentrating on cinema, but looking as well at music videos and television). Assignments include editing a short film, color correction, and sound editing/mixing, among others. Strongly suggested for students who wish to be considered for the editing and postproduction positions in MACS 480/481. Requires MACS 260 as prerequisite. Course Information: Credit is not be given for MACS 371 if credit for MACS 323: Video and Audio Postproduction has been given. Prerequisite: MACS 260: Film Production.
Video and Audio postproduction provides tools and exercises to learn editing and post production using Adobe premiere pro CC and other adobe tools. Students will be trained on setting up a project and organizing shooting, basic editing, managing clips, trim tools and through the course we will go deeper on postproduction, managing layers, graphic, effects, masks, keyframe, and ultimately experiment on color correction. Students will have the opportunity to work on a specific project related to College of Media communication. MACS 260 pre-requisite is not being enforced this semester. However, students are encouraged to have taken either MACS 166 or Smartphone Cinema before taking 371 this Fall. If you've taken MACS 323 (67751) Video and Audio Postproduction in a previous semester, you will not be able to get credit for MACS 371 (72076).
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Course Level: Undergraduate