Aug 08, 2022  
2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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40-3412A Experimental Production and Editing


Course is an advanced level production class in which students create an original, individually conceived piece of video art. The course is an introduction to the history of experimental video and video artists, as well as project development, production, and editing techniques that are specific to experimental video. Students learn advanced techniques of shooting and editing including non-traditional camera techniques, audio and microphone techniques, field lighting, graphics and effects integration, and integration of other art media. Students also learn how to develop voice and point of view and are highly encouraged to produce an original work that defies standard television genres and conventions. Editing is accomplished using a non-linear editing workstation.

4 Credits
Repeatable
Requisites PREREQUISITES: 40-2100 Television Arts: Writing  and 40-2401 Production and Editing II 



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