VID 110: Digital Video Editing I
In this course, students are introduced to digital (computer) editing. A brief overview of the editing process is covered. Students learn the basics of capturing video and/or digital files, basic editing techniques, basic color effects, audio with video, and storing in a non-destructive style of editing. Students will produce their own edited versions of supplied footage. A final group project will be produced using footage shot in VID 101.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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