Term: 2 Semesters
Accomodated/Modified Available: Yes
Audio/Video Production I explores foundational principles in both audio design and video production. This course is broken down into four primary sections: preproduction, principal photography, postproduction, and career preparation/portfolio development. Each section focuses on the primary elements found in each phase of production. Preproduction explores topics such as script and storyboard development, production documents, and production planning. Principal photography analyzes key crew roles associated with audio and video production, like the director, sound designer, producer, and actors, as well as shooting techniques, camera gear, and on-set safety. Postproduction delves into topics such as video editing, copyright laws, and sound mixing and design. The course concludes by having the student create an audio/video portfolio, résumé, and cover letter to prepare for entry into college and the professional world.
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