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MMS 484 - Premiere/Video Editing I

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: Voc/Tech
A fundamental overview of the practices and software commonly used in the video editing industry. Through demonstrations, exercises and projects, students will learn editing and software techniques while creating various video assets.
Competencies
  1. Appraise the software interface
    1. Examine the video interface
    2. Apply nonlinear editing
    3. Develop and expand the workflow environment
    4. Change and customize the workspace
    5. Select and configure preferences for fundamental work
    6. Examine movement and synchronization settings
  2. Create video projects using software menu
    1. Select correct work settings
    2. Apply rendering and playback settings
    3. Examine video and audio display settings
    4. Select and capture format settings
    5. Prepare a scratch disc
    6. Use sequence presets
    7. Distinguish and customize sequence settings
  3. Perform media imports using software commands
    1. Use the media browser to load video files
    2. Develop supporting video file types
    3. Demonstrate the use of the import command to load graphic files
    4. Prepare layered Photoshop files
    5. Distinguish how to work with subfolders
    6. Identify where to place cache files
    7. Develop and build video files
  4. Organize media for workflow
    1. Review and use the project panel
    2. Demonstrate the ability to find assets
    3. Categorize and organize with Bins
    4. Examine changing bin views
    5. Develop the ability to add metadata to video
    6. Select and adjust the essential playback controls
    7. Demonstrate the ability to interpret footage
    8. Develop and set up changes to existing clips
  5. Evaluate the essentials of video editing
    1. Examine and correct the source monitor
    2. Review editing from the project panel
    3. Prepare sub clips
    4. Demonstrate the ability to navigate the timeline
    5. Select essential editing commands
  6. Perform edits by working with clips and markers
    1. Examine program monitor controls
    2. Recognize how to control resolution
    3. Review how to use markers
    4. Demonstrate using Sync Lock and Track Lock capabilities
    5. Explain how to find gaps in the timeline
    6. Determine how to select clips
    7. Distinguish between moving clips
    8. Examine how to extract and delete segments
  7. Modify edits by adding transitions
    1. Apply transitions to clips
    2. Determine how to use edit points and handles
    3. Practice ability to add video transitions
    4. Select A/B mode to fine tune a transition
    5. Prepare audio transitions
  8. Evaluate advanced editing techniques
    1. Select and apply four-point editing
    2. Examine and change retaining clips
    3. Recognize and validate the ability to replace clips and footage
    4. Develop and implement nesting sequences
    5. Examine regular timing techniques
    6. Determine advanced trimming
    7. Use trimming in the Program Manager
  9. Produce edits by putting clips in motion
    1. Change and adjust the motion effect
    2. Identify the clip position, size and rotation
    3. Review and establish key frame interpolation
    4. Demonstrate the use of other motion-related effects



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