VPA221 Post Production: Vision (8)

This subject develops students' expertise in visual post-production for fictional and non-fictional screen media. It covers the theory and practice of non-linear visual post-production for television, film and other screen mediums. The subject investigates the theory and process of constructing multiple prerecorded visual media clips to create a cohesive high quality screen work with meaning.

Availability

Session 1 (30)
On Campus
Wagga Wagga Campus

Continuing students should consult the SAL for current offering details: VPA221. Where differences exist between the Handbook and the SAL, the SAL should be taken as containing the correct subject offering details.

Subject Information

Grading System

HD/FL

Duration

One session

School

School of Communication and Creative Industries

Enrolment Restrictions

Not available to students who have previously completed TVP203 Television Post Production.

Subject Relationships

TVP203 - Similar content

Incompatible Subjects

TVP203

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this subject, students should:
  • be able to construct narratives through visual post-production processes;
  • be able to demonstrate an understanding of the technologies and concepts used in visual post-production;
  • be able to apply knowledge of the production pipeline, file formats and workflow necessary to collaborate in a post-production environment;
  • be able to demonstrate an understanding of local and network storage and their relevance to visual post-production;
  • be able to organise assets, label assets and keep track of assets from ingestion through to audio post production handover;
  • be able to apply screen theory through creative practice; and
  • be able to demonstrate the differences in narrative editing for fictional and non-fictional works.

Syllabus

This subject will cover the following topics:
  • Screen narrative
  • Organising assets, labelling assets and keeping track of assets from ingestion through to audio post production handover
  • File formats from ingestion to outputs (asset management)
  • Post-production pipelines
  • Off-line editing
  • On-line editing
  • Deliveries for screenings, exporting the AAF, and final deliveries
  • Post production effects
  • Screen theory
  • Editing concepts and conventions

Special Resources

It is expected that students have access to the following:

  • Avid Media Composer software;
  • Additional picture editing software;
  • Networked storage; and
  • Headphones.

The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: January 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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