SRJC’s Digital Media Production classes are project-based learning environments where students study theory while testing those concepts on actual productions. Students work in teams and have access to a variety of production technologies. In-class productions use industry-standard equipment, such as the Red Scarlet camera and Canon’s C300. Classes can be taken in screenwriting (Media 22 & Media 123), fiction production (Media 20 & Media 21), non-fiction production (Journalism 55) and studio multi-camera production (Media 19).
This program will prepare students for broadcast and commercials, digital photography, documentary/biography production, legal and forensic video production, duplication and transfer, DVD authoring/mastering, videos for websites, online advertisements, public service announcements, industrial and corporate training videos, live internet streaming, live seminar capture, music videos, post production/editing, sports/performance events, media tech work on live events (including video production troubleshooting) and web video production/encoding.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
1. Produce a professional quality video project using industry standard non-linear editing software and audio editing software;
2. Use DVD authoring software to create a project with multiple menus and special features for playback on the Web or DVD.
Learn more from this video on SRJC's Digital Filmmaking Program and for further information on requirements and classes see the Digital Media Course Outlines below.
|Digital Media: Digital Filmmaking Certificate||Communication Studies|
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