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Once content is captured in camera, the post-production department and assistant editor develop the content for viewing. This is a critical role that is both rewarding and challenging. This course provides an opportunity for the student to further develop practical skills that assistant editors need to work on today’s larger television series, movies of the week, and feature films. Students will follow a production workflow using industry standard software, and explore typical tasks of the Assistant Editor, including dailies, managing media, ingesting, logging, preparing editor materials, and video editing.
* Permission required to register if the prerequisites have not been completed. Contact the Program Assistant Angelina_Shine@bcit.ca with your student number. * Your own desktop or laptop computer is required to participate in this course. On-campus computers are not available to students unless access is granted by the instructor. (No class November 11th) * If this section is full, you can add your contact information to the School of Business Waitlist: https://sobptswaitlist.bcitsitecentre.ca
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Follow a post-production workflow.
Complete a technical project using editing techniques.
Import, transcode and synchronize media.
Log clips and organize bins for editing.
Identify technical errors.
Group multi-camera clips together.
Perform editing tasks effectively.
Integrate graphics and effects into an edit timeline window.
Compress video using different codecs.
Trouble shoot and solve technical faults.
Prepare a finished timeline video for online distribution.
Prepare and present a finished timeline for post-audio editing.
Export video clips for various screening platforms.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2017
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