10206130Video Production
Course Information
The student will become familiar with basic video production techniques for studio and fieldwork. Learning the basics of camera techniques, studio and field experiences, live studio recording and video team productions will be covered. In addition, the student will learn digital editing software to produce finished video projects, such as educational, promotional and service videos.
Total Credits
Prior Learning Assessment
  • Experiential-Portfolio

Course Competencies
  1. Evaluate the different roles within the video industry
    Assessment Strategies
    Identify the responsibilities for roles such as camera operator, switcher, audio technician, lighting director, talent needs and the operations director

  2. Use video editing software
    Perform basic editing using software that is equivalent to Adobe Premier, Avid, Sony Vega
    Perform advance audio techniques within the editing software, including volume, noise reduction, additional tracks
    Navigate through “Round Tripping” techniques with Adobe Audition, Adobe After Effects
    Apply basic video transitions and effects, using the presets for each
    Perform basic color correction with in the editing software, including adjustment layer, scene corrections, white balance
    Perform basic titling with in the editing software, using presets
    Perform basic motion graphics with in the editing software, including simple movement using event markers and timeline
    Export to an assortment of video compressions from Adobe Premier, using presets
    Convert an assortment of video compressions using Adobe Media Encoder, using presets

  3. Use equipment to produce a film
    Assessment Strategies
    Skill Demonstration
    Use a DSLR camera
    Make manual adjustments to ISO, shutter speed, aperture settings, screen ratio, white balance, formatting, frames per second
    Choose the appropriate lens for an interview, multiple guests, demonstrations, action events
    Use a Fixed Lens camera demonstrating manual adjustments to white balance, formatting
    Use tripods, c-poles, apple boxes
    Use lighting in common to most video scenarios (3-point lighting techniques, soft box techniques)
    Select correct microphones and recorders
    Select correct secondary audio recording devices
    Set up equipment the department Video Studio for simple interviews and discussion panels, with overhead lighting grid, audio gear

  4. Execute the aesthetics of a film
    Assessment Strategies
    Skill Demonstration
    Execute the framing of the shot
    Apply the “rule of thirds”, background middle ground and foreground areas
    Produce a quality storyline using several genres techniques
    Choose the appropriate color grading for the final product
    Apply video production skills to different industries such as business, motivational, public service, education

This Outline is under development.