PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS DIGAP-CT Digital A/V Production

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
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COMM-1229Scriptwriting
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Learn to write a short video script and prepare it for production. To allow learners time to draft a longform script, the course will be presented in two sections. By the end of the course, learners will be able to write for different mediums; develop characters and change as part of a story; write for documentaries and docu-dramas, and differentiate between entertainment and news writing; develop and adapt elements of good screenplay; examine the tools of the trade for screenwriters; exchange and develop longform screenplays; and script and scene screenplays.

COMP-1483PhotoShop (Mac or PC) 1
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Professional digital image editing and image manipulation at its finest.  Learn the comprehensive basic program functions of PhotoShop including the use of painting and editing tools, making selections, colour correcting images, working with channels, preparing images for print. Learn many of the shortcuts and tips used by more experienced PhotoShop users.

MUME-1004AV Short Video Production
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Produce a short video production in a hands-on environment. By the end of the course, learners will be able to differentiate among different mediums, and examine production techniques and styles; pitch a video project; breakdown a shooting script and plan a shooting schedule; create a working budget and source out equipment needs; work in a production environment with others; prepare short videos for editing; analyze and evaluate production plans and schedules; discuss the realities of production processes; and prepare a marketing proposal for a short video.

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MUME-1012Digital AV Production - Intro
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This course will give you the knowledge and insight into video production. Learn to compose the perfect shot, with proper lighting and clear audio. This introductory course provides a hands-on learning environment that explores digital production from storyboarding to credits, and everything in-between.

MUME-1013After Effects
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This advanced course in After Effects software continues to develop industry skills in digital A/V production. Layout, design, video manipulation, 2D animation, and graphic design will be covered. At the completion of the course, learners will be able to design layout and colour schemes; keep on the latest trends; prepare a treatment; apply continuity; create graphic elements and animation; package media; apply stylistic overlays; and design and apply effects.

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MUME-1031Introduction to Podcasting & Radio Production
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Podcasts are a powerful way to share your ideas and interests. They are also a direct connection to your listeners and your customers. If you can create interesting content, your audience will grow. This course is all about planning, producing, publishing and promoting your podcast. The course is focused on audio podcasts, but we will touch on video podcasts as well. You don't need expensive equipment to broadcast to the world -- but you do need a plan to keep the world listening.

MUME-1035Premiere
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Premiere software application, part of the Adobe Creative Suite, will help bridge your creative ideas from Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects into Digital Video.  In this technical course, you will learn the basics of the user interface and tools to help edit and finish short- to long-form programs using multi-format media from DSLR to Digital Cinema Cameras.

 

 

MUME-1048Virtual Reality 360 Production
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Develop the knowledge and skills required to create your own live action immersive experiences. This course is designed to offer you a technical, immersive, and hands-on approach to learning Virtual Reality (VR) 360 video production. The course covers pre-production planning, shooting, editing, working with spatial ambisonic sound, and delivery to online platforms. Virtual reality and 360 filmmaking is rapidly becoming a fundamentals part of Film, TV and Advertising Industries.

Students require a VR headset.

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MUME-1054Final Cut Pro
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You will creatively design elements for video in news medium and production medium (commercials, long form editing), and transfer media to different audio and visual digital formats using Final Cut Pro software. At the completion of the course, you will be able to develop a style/look; describe footage; edit A/V; create a final production; acquire music/sound effects; transfer media; identify digital/analog; decide when to use different formats; adjust technical A/V levels; sequence and pace shots; and digitize footage.

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MUME-1224DMD Portfolio Preparation
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Learn how to properly prepare a professional art portfolio for the Digital Media Design program. Knowledge, understanding, and insight of the two-year RRC full-time program will be discussed.

 

MUME-1633Web Site Development - Intro
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Explore the fundamentals of web site development, the origins of the Internet, the latest web technologies, communication theory, hypertext markup language (HTML) and project management. Apply the theory and concepts as you learn to build a personal web site proposal in a team environment.

WRKS-9130Podcasting Boot Camp
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