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Broadcast Television - Digital Post-Production Ontario College Graduate Certificate

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  • Objectives
    The Broadcast Television - Digital Post Production program is an Ontario College Graduate Certificate program designed to prepare creative and disciplined students for a career in the Post Production industry.
  • Practical experience
    The program provides intensive practical instruction and application opportunities for acquiring proficiency in the post production digital field through hands-on equipment applications, process-oriented instruction and digital post production assignments. The program includes an opportunity for client services, internship within the post industry across Canada, as well as self-directed portfolio projects.
  • Academic Title
    Broadcast Television - Digital Post-Production Ontario College Graduate Certificate
  • Course description
    Level 1    Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • TVSN-6001    Visual Effects I     6.50
    • TVSN-6002    Post Production Development     3.20
    • TVSN-6003    Digital Applications Theory     2.00
    • TVSN-6004    Post Production Editing I     6.50

    Level 2    Credits
    Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
    • TVSN-6005    Visual Effects II     4.50
    • TVSN-6006    Post Production Editing II     4.50
    • TVSN-6007    Digital Internship     4.40
    • TVSN-6008    Digital Applications Theory     1.00
    • TVSN-6009    Post Production Development 2     2.50

    TVSN-6001 -  Visual Effects I

    This course is designed to allow the students to advance their skills in video compositing and animation. The students will be creating visual effects and animations that are similar to those seen on television and in films. Individual and group projects and exercises will be used to help each student learn new skills and develop problem-solving techniques for the digital post production industry. Students also share their own creative techniques through presentations that help build a strong learning environment.

    TVSN-6002 -  Post Production Development
    This course will enable the Television Digital Post Production student to experience working independently and with clients in the post production environment. Students will have an opportunity to experience different post production scenarios on a weekly basis. A combination of client and independent work will allow the students to grow and develop their skills in the post production industry.

    TVSN-6003 -  Digital Applications Theory
    This course looks at the theory of digital technology and the process required to apply it to digital post production, computer graphics creation, digital compositing, and digital compression of audio and video data. It is important that the process be taught in a generic sense, so that students will be able to adapt their knowledge to various types of equipment found in the post production industry.

    TVSN-6004 -  Post Production Editing I
    This course is designed to provide the students with the opportunity to develop an advanced understanding of Non-Linear Editing. Students will be encouraged to explore their creativity while completing a variety of assignments relevant to the current post production market. The practical hands on experience the students receive will expand their knowledge of Digital Media creation and manipulation.

    TVSN-6005 -  Visual Effects II

    This course is designed to give the Digital Post Production student an opportunity to complete a major project. The intent of the project is to have the student focus on specific areas of interest such as animation, visual FX and motion graphics. Practical work and problem solving will be needed to complete a complex term project. A series of practical exercises will also expand the skills of the students.

    TVSN-6006 -  Post Production Editing II

    This course is designed to expand upon the skills the students learned in the first semester, and put them to more practical use. We will spend more time learning motion graphics and using editing techniques to incorporate the two together. This course will also help the students prepare for work in post-production when school is completed.

    TVSN-6007 -  Digital Internship

    This course is designed to enable the Digital Post Production student to observe the Post Production industry on a day-to-day basis for a 4 week period. The student may research either a broadcast centre, local television station or post production house for their potential internship. Some locations will require resumes, portfolios and/or personal interviews prior to acceptance. This is an unpaid internship and the student absorbs all travel and accommodation expenses. Other internship options may include independent production companies, corporate video departments or educational institutions as deemed appropriate.

    TVSN-6008 -  Digital Applications Theory

    This course looks at the advanced theory of digital technology and explains the process required to apply it to the technology of post production editing and the digital video compositing process. It is important that the process be taught in a generic sense, so that students will be able to adapt their knowledge to various pieces of equipment from various manufacturers.

    TVSN-6009 -  Post Production Development 2
    This course will enable the Television Digital Post Production student with an opportunity to work independently and with clients in post production. Students will have an opportunity to experience different post production scenarios on a weekly basis. A combination of client and independent work will allow the students to grow and develop their skills in the post production industry.

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