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Syllabus Spring 11 (1)

Syllabus Spring 11 (1) - spring 2011 video editing a kraus...

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video editing -comm 360 - a. kraus - spring 2011 syllabus 1 spring 2011 - video editing - a. kraus - comm 360 Film editing is now something almost everyone can do at a simple level ... but to take it to a higher level requires the same dedication and persistence that any art form does .” - Walter Murch Course Description This is a three - credit class designed to teach both theory and technical expertise in the discipline of video editing . The course will cover both aesthetics and technical skills used by professional video editors today . This course will utilize Apple computers and Final Cut Pro Studio 2. Teaching Methods Please note this is primarily a hands - on course . However , a variety of teaching methods will be used: technical lecture , class discussion , and open counseling . Course Objectives To understand basic editing techniques . To understand how to use Final Cut Pro Studio 2. To introduce the student to basic story - telling techniques . To provide students with knowledge to complete their own Film / TV projects . To provide students with knowledge to obtain an editing job in the Film / TV industry . To develop con fi dence in the students ability to edit . To understand the importance of proper setup and organization of editing fi les . To understand the role of a professional video editor . Course Expectations If you are not in attendance it will be impossible to participate . Therefore , your level of attendance will have a signi fi cant e ff ect on your class participation grade . You are expected to contribute to class discussions , take part in class demonstrations ,
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