This course covers editing techniques as they relate to digital video production. It includes a foundation in the basics of video editing theory, the history and development of editing techniques, similarities and differences between editing for motion pictures and editing for video, comparison between the digital and analog technologies, fundamentals of analog (linear) and digital (non-linear) editing techniques, overview of non-linear editing software, and basic techniques needed to complete the editing of a video production (preparation, assembly, transitions and effects, and outputs), and practical experience editing productions such as interviews, large groups, voice over narrations and theatrical productions. This course concludes with the compilation of the demo reel of basic editing examples.
DVP 140 - Video Editing Techniques for Digital Video Production
Credit Hours: 4
PHOT 104 with a grade of "B" or better.