Knowledge

Knowledge

  • Explain the post production process including post audio. Prepare materials for streaming and upload to internet

  • Explain how to upload audio and video files to the computer and our method for organizing them

  • Explain which software is used for audio, video and graphic editing: Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro, Motion. Explain why each is best suited to it's specific task

  • Describe problems with ergonomics common in edit suites and steps that can be taken to minimize problems.

Thinking

Thinking

  • Use online sources to find ways to create special effects and complete projects.

  • Create an edit based on a storyboard. Suggest changes to storyboards that improve the overall flow of the piece and add notes about these changes to the storyboard

  • Research and describe the possible careers in video editing and the education or training required to perform these careers

  • Research and Identify one of the professional organizations associated with film or television editing and how that organization operates

Communication

Communication

  • Explain the following terms: jump cut, colour correction, dissolve, fade, flash frame, compression, H.264, crushed blacks,

Application

Application

  • Use Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack Pro to create edit a video from supplied materials.
    Use Motion to create graphics and or titles for a video.
    Complete these processes using the Send To command to move materials between software.
    Colour correct video so that it has a consistent look throughout the piece.

  • Create a video with levels between 10% and 90% based on the luminance meter.

  • Upload video to Vimeo for streaming

  • Maintain examples of editing work that demonstrates your best work in the course.

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