MM237 | Video Compositing and Effects
CRN: 32015 | Credits: 4 | Weeks (11) | Campus: Cascade | Room: MAHB219
Instructor: Daniel Johnson
Introduces the creation of motion graphics using industry standard software. Illustrates the basic concepts of motion graphics, as well as the functions and capabilities of the software tools including their extensive compositing, keying, animation, and special effects capabilities. Prerequisites: MM 230, MM 235 Audit available. Upon successful completion the student will be able to: Create digital composite motion graphic products that incorporate elements of multimedia design, typography and layout, digital imaging/photography, digital video and audio editing, and 3D animation. Optimize motion graphic projects for multiple delivery options. Evaluate motion graphic projects, identify items for improvement, and implement changes.