Digital Sound and Image Manipulation Semester 2 CE 000072 30 credits - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Digital Sound and Image Manipulation Semester 2 CE 000072 30 credits PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 14284-YzY4Y



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Digital Sound and Image Manipulation Semester 2 CE 000072 30 credits

Description:

Mark Billett Heather Minchin. Room C148 Room C206. Mark. ... Graham/Billet/Ottey. Time Based Multimedia CE00085-2. Dan McCarthy. Events management CE74014-2 ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:88
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 15
Provided by: heather96
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Digital Sound and Image Manipulation Semester 2 CE 000072 30 credits


1
Digital Sound and Image Manipulation Semester
2CE 00007-2(30 credits)
  • Module Tutors
  • Mark Billett
    Heather Minchin
  • Room C148
    Room C206
  • Mark.billett_at_staffs.ac.uk
    h.minchin_at_staffs.ac.uk

2
PDP Personal Development Planning
  • Check DISM website for PDP folder.
  • Reflect on skills developed so far in both
    personal and academic life.
  • Evaluate your transferable skills using My
    Portfolio (documents available in PDP folder).
  • Contact University Careers office and Peter
    Hughes for CV development, placements or business
    advice.
  • Research aims (Employers, Sport, Academic, Film
    Production, Volunteering etc.)
  • Set future Goals.
  • Exercise Web search for Film funding and
    Training opportunities e.g.- BFI (British film
    institute), Screen West Midlands, Lottery - film
    funds, Skillset, PACT.

3
NOTES ALSO CE00085-2 TIME BASED MULITMEDIA NEEDS
AN EXTRA LAB SLOT IN E6
4
(No Transcript)
5
Module Guidelines
  • Content
  • Analysis of technical elements in relation to
    analogue, digital film and audio production.
  • Introduction to waveform software
  • Application of Cool edit (waveform) and Avid
    (non-linear editing) software to digital audio
    and film
  • Learning strategy
  • Combination of lectures, tutorials, self study
    and group work (NB Students must remain in
    existing groups).
  • Students develop digital audio and film
    production and post-production techniques.
  • Extend technological and analytical skills in
    digital film production.
  • Students Learning Outcome
  • 1.Show knowledge and understanding of the
    fundamentals of audio production for film.
  • 2. Critically evaluate both audio and video work
    and reflect upon the approach undertaken in the
    assessments.
  • 3.Learn how to use audio recorders, cameras,
    video lighting and programme creation and other
    equipment.
  • 4. Apply the principles learnt in the production
    of a soundtrack for a short original audio visual
    production.
  • 5. Communication of ideas and technical
    information.

6
Equipment
  • NB Time Management
  • Production
  • Use 16 x 9 Aspect ratio
  • Canon XL1
  • lighting kits
  • Portable Monitors
  • Generator
  • Tracking
  • Jibs  
  • Sound kits (Marantaz, Rifles and radio mics
    etc)
  • Post-Production
  • Avid
  • Cool Edit

7
Assessments
  • Week 6 - Graded peer assessment (Lab times)
    (20)
  • Groups provide evidence sem 2 DV rushes and
    assess, critique and evaluation peers input into
    the module production process.
  • Week 10 1 hr class test Thursday 7th April
    1-2pm D115 and D113



  • (40)
  • Cool Edit
  • Avid
  • Sound technology and techniques
  • Film technology and techniques
  • TV formats and Aspect ratios
  • Based on information referred to in lectures and
  • selected website articles and library texts
  • Week 11 - 5 min DV film based on Sem 1 shooting
    script (Friday April 15th)


  • Include techniques utilised in Sem 1 and 2 e.g.
    (40)

8
WEEK 6 - Peer Assessment Details (20)
  • Criteria based on production input eg
  • Attendance, production roles etc
  • This is worth 20 of the final grade for the
    module and is mandatory.
  • All groups must provide evidence of DV
    footage/rushes, this information will be used to
    evaluate individual student input into the
    production so far.
  • Use the opportunity to critique and evaluate your
    peers and the standard of their input into the
    production process.
  • Tutors will be available during this time to
    discuss peer marks and the groups progress.
  • Your grades during your peer assessment will be
    agreed to, recorded and signed by each member of
    the group.
  • IMPORTANT Assessment Deadlines
  • No extra time is allowed.
  • If an assessment is missed you will automatically
    lose 20 of the overall module mark.
  • If you cannot attend but have experienced
    difficulties, please apply for extenuating
    circumstances.
  • The final peer mark will be adjusted in line with
    the standard of the groups final production work

9
Digital sound and Image Manipulation Peer
Assessment Form This form must be kept by the
groupGroup Number _____________________
  • Fill in the appropriate box grading your fellow
    group members production input.
  • Students that sign here have agreed on the mark
    given by the fellow group member.
  • This is final and only action taken by the module
    tutor can alter the outcome.
  • The mark will be adjusted in line with the
    standard of the final production work
  • Assessment Scores out of 20
  • Agreement Signatures
  • Print Name____________________
    Signature__________________________
  • Print Name ____________________
    Signature __________________________
  • Print Name ____________________
    Signature __________________________
  • Print Name ____________________
    Signature __________________________
  • Print Name ____________________
    Signature __________________________
  • Print Name ____________________
    Signature __________________________
  • Print Name____________________
    Signature__________________________
  • Print Name____________________
    Signature__________________________
  • Print Name____________________
    Signature__________________________
  • Date _________________________

10
WEEK 10 1hr Class Test 12 pm Thursday April
7th (D115 and D113) (40)
  • Cool Edit
  • Avid
  • Sound technology and recording techniques
  • Film technology and techniques
  • TV formats and Aspect ratios PAL/NTSC/HD etc.
  • Based on information referred to in lectures and
  • selected website articles and library texts

11
Production of 5 minute DV film based on Sem 1
Shooting script
  • Consider the following-
  • Establish locations or set/studio shoots and the
    equipment and resources required when shooting
    scenes from the script.
  • Decide what will take place, when and where etc.
  • Develop timetables and lists of resources
    required for each day and scene of the shoot
    Cast, crew, props, lighting, tracking, sound,
    camera(s) etc
  • Plan the production and post production process.
  • Cinematography
  • Lighting
  • Shot type and shot angle
  • Tracking and Jib
  • Mise-en-Scene/setting
  • Framing and Composition
  • Editing Continuity, Montage, Juxtaposition,
    Cross cutting, Parallel editing, Pace etc.
  • Special effects (After Effects/Chroma-key etc.)
  • Sound Music, Foley, Dialogue, ambience.

12
WEEK 11 DV tape - Assessment hand-in Friday
April 15th
(40)
  • DV tape of 5 min film (based on sem1 script)
  • It is your responsibility to check that the work
    is properly recorded onto tape and that all work
    is submitted in a secure folder by the deadline.
  • NB - All Module work and peer assessment marks
    will be submitted to external examiners
  • Octagon school office 330pm.
  • (2nd Floor K266)

13
REFER TO TEXTS(AVAILABLE IN THE LIBRARY) and
WEBSITE
  • Texts
  • Audio for Television, WATKINSON, J. (1997) ISBN
    0240514645
  • Film Sound - theory and practice, Authors WEIS
    Elisabeth BELTON John, (1985) ISBN 0231056370
  • 5.1 Surround Sound  Author Holmann, T.  ISBN
    0-240-80383-3
  • Modern Recording Techniques Author Huber, D.M. 
    ISBN 0-240-80625-5
  • Sound on film - interviews with creators of film
    sound., Author LOBRUTTO Vincent, (1994) ISBN
    0275944425
  • Sound for Film and Television, Author Holman.T.
    (2002) ISBN 0240804538
  • Sound for Picture The Art of Sound Design in
    Film and Television (Mix Pro Audio Series),
    Author Tom Kenny. ISBN 0872887243
  • Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound, Author
    Yewdall. D. (1999) ISBN 0240802888
  • Sound Theory Sound Practice, Author Altman. R.
    (1992) ISBN 0415904560
  • Sound and Recording' (4th Ed.)  AuthorRumsy, F. 
    ISBN 0-240-51680-X
  • The Sound Studio, NISBETT, A. (1995) ISBN
    0240519116
  • Main Website
  • www.filmsound.org

14
www.filmsound.orgAn Introduction to film Sound
Sync TanksArt/Technique of
postproduction (E.Weis)(FOLEY)
  • Sections (left)
  • Sound Design of Star War
  • (Foley effects/General info/analogue digital)
  • Film Sound History
  • Cinema Loudspeakers (THX/Dolby)
  • The Art Of Sound Effects
  • (History Foley effects)
  • TIMELINES etc
  • Film sound History
  • (Technical History/Dolby/5.1/THX)
  • Terminology and Glossaries
  • Sound Design in Sci-Fi Films
  • Film Music
  • Glossary (right)
  • ADR etc.
  • (Gen sound info terms)
  • Foley
  • THX
  • Robert L Mott
  • 9 components of Sound
  • (Pitch/Timbre/Harmonics/
  • Loudness/Rhythm//Attack/
  • Sustain/Decay//Speed)
  • Tomlinson Holmans Classification
  • Michel Chion
  • (Contemporary terminology)
  • Production sound for film and television ??
About PowerShow.com