Introduction to advanced strategies of image/sound manipulation, both technical and conceptual. Pre-production planning (storyboards, scripting), refinement of digital editing techniques, visual effects such as chroma-keying, and post-production and audio are covered. Context provided by regular viewings of contemporary video artworks and other audio-visual formats. Students work individually and in groups and develop skills in media literacy and communication. Additional work required of those taking the graduate version.
Course meets twice per week (one class of which is a video production lab). Individual work on video projects for 6 hours per week is required. An additional assignment is required to receive graduate credit. Enrollment is limited to 12. Prereq: 4.354/5, or permission of the instructor.