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Universidade Lusófona do Porto

Audiovisual and Multimedia Editing and Post-Production

Presentation

- Identify the different typologies of editing;

- Acquire notion of rhythm, musicality, duration of plan and formal adequacy of the montage to the meaning of the narration;

- Identify the basic elements common to each of editing programs;

- Recognize processes, techniques and mechanisms for post-production work;

- Apply this knowledge in exercises throughout the semester;

Programme

Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 7

Year | Type of course unit | Language

2 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP728-10513

Recommended complementary curricular units

Camera and video operations

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

- Introduction: Presentation of the discipline, exercises and evaluation rules;

- Inception to the bases of editing;

- Basic tchnical fundamentals to editing process;

- Technical expertise: learning the manipulation of digital editing tools;

- Presentation of editing software and main features;

- Organization and workflow;

- Color Grading;

- Chroma Key;

- Masks and video composition;

Objectives

 Seize technical and artistic resources in the context of post-prodution;

- Know how to plan and define projects and methods of work in the field of editing and post-production;

- Understand video post-production;

- Use all contents learned;

- Use editing software:

Teaching methodologies and assessment

The classes have practical content, and the presentation class will have the theoretical component with the projection of knowledge to acquire them. All information regarding each exercise will be given and explained in class.

The evaluation will be continuous and without final exam, where will be evaluated through 8 exercises throughout the semester, these exercises delivered through the Moodle platform, resulting in a final average evaluation with the total value of 19 values.

Participation will have a weight of 1 value in the final grade.

The student must compulsorily attend at least 70% of the classes.

Exercises to perform:

Editing 10%
Color Correction 10%
Video clip 10%
Magic 10%
Choma 10%
Surrealism 10%
Button 15%
Final Short Edition 15%

 

If you do not complete the course by continuous assessment, there will be the exam, which will be a practical exercise with a weight of 20 values.

References

- Brinkmann, Ron, The Art and Science of digital compositing, Morgan Kaufmann series in computer graphics.

- Byrne, B. (2009) The Visual Effects Arsenal: VFX Solutions for the Independent Filmmaker, Burlington, Elsevier.

- Carvalho, Jorge (2003) Cinema e Tecnologia Pós-Produção e a Transformação da Imagem, Lisboa, Edições Universitárias Lusófonas.

- Dancyger, Ken (2002) The Technique of Film and Video Editing: History, Theory and Practice, Focal Press.

- Ganbar, Ron (2011) Nuke 101- Professional Compositing and Visual Effects, Peachpit Press, Berkeley.

- Luz, Filipe (2012) Tutoriais de pós-produção in http://movlab.ulusofona.pt/

- Mazzoleni, Arcangelo (2002) O ABC da linguagem cinematográfica, Edições cine-clube de Avança.

- Murch, Walter (995) In The Blink of NA Eye: A Perspective on Filme Editing, Los Angeles, Silman-James Press.

- Thompson, Roy (2007) Grammar of Edit, Focal Press.

- Wright, Steve (2002) Digital Compositing for Film and Video, Elsevier, Focal Press

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Ana Pereira

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Departamento Audiovisual e Multimédia