Diploma in Digital Editing
o Duration: 150 Hours
o Course Fees: Rs. 22,000/- (Rs. 5,5000/- x 4) + Taxes.
o Course Contents in Brief: Editing Fundamentals, Shoot and Edit Video, Editing Techniques, Rhythm, Motion and FX, Editing Sound, Titles Output, Compression.
Diploma in Digital Editing Details
Module I : Digital Editing Fundamentals
o Hows and the Whys of digital video editing.
o NLE (non-linear editing program) and foundation concepts every editor should know.
o The transition between analog and digital media
o Different stages in a digital editor's workflow.
Module 2 : Shooting and Editing Video
o Understanding how videos are produced (shot, captured, edited, and output).
o The basics of how directors set up and frame shots
o Exploring the impact of framing and camera angle, height, and distance on the viewer's perception of the sequence.
o Learning key terms that video editors use
o Creative concepts for your projects.
Module 3 : Editing Techniques
o The finer points of video modification
o Exploring techniques that can make or break the continuity between one shot and the next.
o Explore classic techniques for connecting shots such as graphic match, rhythm, movement, and spatial relation.
o Experimental techniques that break the rules of continuity editing.
Module 4 : Rhythm, Motion, and Effects
o Different techniques manipulating time, through rhythm, motion, and effects.
o How overrunning and underrunning time—or slowing or speeding up motion—can influence the viewer's perception of time.
o How editing programs alter the frame rate through interpolation and how transition effects and other visual effects can be used to communicate the passage of time and other changes from shot to shot.
Module 5 : Editing Sound
o Important aspects of the moving image: the soundtrack that accompanies it.
o The four elements that comprise any video soundtrack: the human voice, ambient sound (room tones), sound effects (foley), and music, defining their impact on the viewer.
o The qualititative aspects of sound — volume, loudness, pitch, and timbre
o How the syncing and fidelity of sound affects the viewing experience.
Module 6 : Titles, Output, and Compression
o Pointers for polishing and publishing your work.
o Final touches as adding the introductory title and/or text graphics to your video.
o File compression and formats for output so you can start showing off your projects.
Project: The projects are uniformly engaging and challenging. Documentary, Video montage, music video, Ad-video or short film in today's fast-paced format.