Leader: Matthew Perkins
Caulfield First semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: This unit provides students exposure to the concepts and tools applicable to digital and audio production techniques. The unit offers students an opportunity to explore the potential of digital video and audio as a medium for inclusion in a wide range of communicaitons and multimedia applications. Scripting, shooting video, sound recording, sound and other production methods are demonstrated.
Objectives: On successful completion of this unit, students will: 1.understand digital video and audio concepts; 2.be able to plan, acquire and digitise a video source; 3.be able to trim and edit a video source; 4.be able to plan and manage an audio recording session; 5.acquire and incorporate audio and music tracks within a video source; 6.assemble and output a complete digital audio/video production; 7.understand the various applications of digital audio/video in multimedia; 8.have knowledge of the various tools and techniques used for digital video effects and sound composition; 9.be able to analyse the effective use of digital video/audio in multimedia; 10.have developed an individual understanding of an aspect of a specific application of digital audio and/or video in multimedia.
Assessment: Major projects: 50% + Exercises: 30% + Written Paper: 10% + Journal: 10%
Contact Hours: One 2 hour lecture, 2 studio hours and 8 independent study hours per week