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Palme deor film and Media College offers a Diploma Programme in Film Making (Film & Video Production) for those who desire to make a career in Direction, Film Production, Editing, Sound Editing, Script-Writing and Cinematography. This is a one year programme which emphasizes on enhancing the skills of the students in Visual & Creative Communication. The students will choose a core area and will specialize in the same.
PDFMC’s Bachelor Diploma in Film Making (with emphasis on Digital Film Making) course address film and video production and typically combines technical, practical, critical and theoretical coursework. The course introduces students to the three stages of film production: development, filming and editing, also known as pre-production, production and post-production. Digital Film making is a unique medium that combines camera technique, style, storytelling and time. The course offers students many perspectives of the art and craft of film making that shape their finished film artwork, as well as gain instruction in the business aspect of the film industry such as production management, marketing, and festival/exhibition organization among others. Students will explore and experiment, and find their individual voice while also working within a collaborative framework. Students will build their skills and ideas through the process of making. Students in a BFM program typically engage in practical work experiences and learn teamwork skills. The course offers students to get the opportunities to participate in internships where they work with mentors in the field. Students complete a suite of core subjects, which provide foundational and contextual knowledge and skills. Throughout their coursework, students might gain skills specialization areas like in acting, direction, script writing, cinematography, photography, sound design, and editing to develop creative personal voices in movie making using digital cameras. The course is designed to fully equip students with the skills to produce and understand moving images for digital film and television; current and future production demands. The course is strongly committed to nurturing individual talents in digital film and television as students gain theoretical and practical experience and new skills in creative and technical areas.
Film Editing Course Components Screening and Marking - Introduction to edit software, Following a Workflow, Working with Projects, Organizing Elements, Playing Clips in the Viewer, Navigating Clips, Project Tasks, Navigating a Sequence, Marking Clips. Image manipulation - capture, edit, create and manipulate images. Editing Clips in the Timeline - Managing Project Elements, Editing a Rough Cut, Making Overwrite Edits, Managing Timeline Tracks, Making Insert Edits, Adding Audio Clips, Moving Clips in the Timeline, Drag-and-Drop Editing, and Changing Volume of Edited Clips. Finishing the Rough Cut - Adding Cutaways, Editing to Narration, Editing to Music, Copying, Cutting, Pasting and Positioning Clips. Trimming to Refine Clip Duration - Preparing a Project for Trimming, Trimming Overview, Rippling Edit Points, Rippling in the Viewer and by Numbers, Trimming on the V2 Track, and Trimming One Track of a Linked Clip. Film and Video Formats - The course explains the different workflows of film and video formats in detail. video is an electronically generated image. Interestingly, video technology is now at a point of great convergence with celluloid, with the emergence of HDTV, DI processes, 2K, 4K & 6K formats. a deep technical understanding of both these formats is an absolute must for an Editor. Visual Literacy - Cinema is primarily a visual medium It is not possible to work in a visual medium without being visually literate. A deep knowledge of art history, elements of visual design, principles of visual composition, colour theory, the art of visual storytelling and current stylistic trends is necessary for an Editor. Individual project - a video or animation project of your own design. Trimming to Refine a Sequence - Preparing Your Sequence, Adjusting Two Edit Points, Slipping One Clip, Slipping Sequence Clips, Rolling Two Edit Points, Sliding Clips to Refine Position, Dragging Clips to New Locations, and Keeping Linked Clips in Sync. Narrative Structure - A story is any sequence of events with a beginning middle & end – not necessarily in that order. What makes a story work is more often than not its structure. Understanding structure means understanding the parts of the whole and understanding how the parts relate to each other. Editing Different Genres - The aesthetic requirements of the various genres & types of audiovisual media are quite different from each other. The aesthetics of long fiction narrative is different from short fiction narrative, which in turn is different from documentaries or advertisements or corporate films or daily soaps. Refining the Edit Process - Creating Subclips, Adding Markers to Clips, Storyboard Editing, Replacing Edits, and Editing Multicamera. Continuity - The knowledge of continuity is as necessary for an Editor as the knowledge of grammar is necessary for a Writer. Continuity constitutes the very heart of film knowledge. It is the knowledge that allows Film Makers to weave visually distinct shots into a seamless continuum of time and space. principles of positional, directional and relational continuity. Even those who want to break free from such codes and conventions must possess the knowledge of what they are breaking free from Supporting the Editing Process - Reconnecting Media, Playing Multiple Formats, Working with Master Clips, Logging Information in Browser Columns, Finding and Labelling Project Items, Customizing Shortcut Keys and Buttons, Saving and Loading Layouts, and Optimizing User Preferences. Capturing Footage - Connecting Sources for Capture, Creating a New Project for Capturing, Previewing and Marking Your Source, Logging Clips, Choosing Clip Settings, Choosing Capture Settings, Choosing Capturing Options, Setting Capture Preferences and Acquiring Other Media. Applying Transitions - Evaluating Project Needs, Understanding Transitions, Viewing Transition Options, Applying Transitions, Modifying and Copying Transitions, Using the Transition Editor, Changing Transition Parameters, Previewing and Rendering Effects. Effects - learn and understand the indepth in film effects croma key, tracking, blast shot, rope removal, rig removal, sterioscope ( 2d to 3d), restortation, setextension. DI - color correction / Grading Finishing and Outputting - Detecting Audio Peaks, Adjusting Video Levels for Broadcast, Understanding File Formats, Exporting QuickTime Files, Outputting to Tape, and Backing up Projects. Dvd authoring - dvd authoring techniques to finesh the video editing structure Become a Film Editing professional with our Film Editing Courses an Ideal lanching pad for you.
About Film Editing Our film editing courses have individual training method and special guidance from our professional instructures will make you a professional editiors. our instructures are media professionals use these tools on daily basis to over come the industry requirements. film editing courses are meant for person who would like to develop there skill in film making, director, video editor. Do you dream of working in video production? Then the Diploma of Video editing is the ideal launching pad for you. This programme teaches skills and techniques of video production and you will be working on projects from idea to reality. You'll develop storytelling and design skills, learn to shoot, capture and edit digital video record voiceovers, edit music and create your own soundtracks. We conduct film editing courses in chennai and We also offer you free of charge retake of the sessions, within 5 months of your first day of training, if there’s something you forget or new updates in the software. Thats the vfx Guarantee of Learning. This course also covers the latest industry standard techniques for post-production finishing touches. Palme Deor Film and Media college in Chennai & Thanjavur
Visual Communication Course Outline Drawing - A program that prepares individuals creatively and technically to express emotions, ideas, or inner visions through representation by lines made on a surface. Includes instruction in eye-hand coordination; line, value, shape, and perspective; figure and still life drawing; the use of media such as pen and ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel, and brush; and personal style development. Photo graphy - A program that focuses on the principles and techniques of communicating information, ideas, moods, and feelings through the creation of images on photographic film, plates, digital images and that may prepare individuals to be professional photographic artists. Includes instruction in camera and equipment operation and maintenance, film and plate developing, light and composition, films and printing media, color and special effects, photographic art, photographic history, use of computer applications to record or enhance images and applications to the photography of various subjects. Graphic Design - The programme of graphic design, specially designed to reflect the professional aspects of the industry by integrating conceptual development, strategic thinking for advertising campaigns, TV, radio, new media advertisements and developing students with skills in the areas of typography, packaging, print media, corporate identity and branding. Students will be trained to master skills of computer graphic software and equipped with basic multimedia design software knowledge for further professional job placements. This would also include the industrial contact that involves professional designers to share their understanding on the challenges needed to prepare for life after graduation. Web Development - Design, create, and modify Web sites. Analyze user needs to implement Web site content, graphics, performance, and capacity. May integrate Web sites with other computer applications. May convert written, graphic, audio, and video components to compatible Web formats by using software designed to facilitate the creation of Web and multimedia content. 2D/3D Animation/ Story Board - 2D animation focuses on creating characters, storyboards and backgrounds in two-dimensional environments. Often thought of as traditional animation, the figures can move up and down, left and right. They do not appear to move toward or away from the viewer, as they would in 3D animation. 2D animation uses bitmap and vector graphics to create and edit the animated images and is created using computers and software programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Flash . These animations may be used in advertisements, films, television shows, computer games or websites. The 3D Animation Course leads students through the methods and techniques of animating virtual objects and environments using industry-leading software and hardware. In this course, students are introduced to the principles of animating three-dimensional computer graphics. Videography - In these courses, you will learn how to find a great story, how to tell that story in a way that captivates your audience, and how to put your videography skills to practical use. There are more possibilities available today for videographers to showcase their work than ever before. The first thing to learn is what the industry expects from you and how you can leverage your content into professional work. Audiography - Sound Design is the art of giving the film its sonic identity, which enriches its language and overall feel. The course imparts the basics of sound recording and reproduction and advanced skills in all aspects of sound and music, editing, mixing and boom techniques; including tracks and mastering on-location recording, dubbing, sound editing and studio maintenance. Film Making and Edit - This programme teaches skills and techniques of video production and you will be working on projects from idea to reality. You'll develop storytelling and design skills, learn to shoot, capture and edit digital video record voiceovers, edit music and create your own soundtracks. This course also covers the latest industry standard techniques for post-production finishing touches. Visual Effects for film and Ads - This course will teach you how to transform that raw footage into a work of art and master the skills you need to make a good production great. Produce a showreel to demonstrate your ability, and you’ll be armed and ready to present yourself for a range of roles in the creative media.
About Diploma in Visual Communication Our diploma in Visual Communication Design program educates and trains designers for the communication needs of industry and society. Emphasis is placed on the conception, creation, planning and realization of visual solutions to complex problems in contemporary culture. Students integrate methodology, prototyping, aesthetics, human factors, technology, materials, context and audience to develop strategies and solutions that give form to print, screen and the built environment. Faculty emphasize the objectives of design rather than the process of production, and encourage innovative visual ideas that inform, interpret, instruct or persuade the intended user across the spectrum of application. Visual Communication course is one of the largest curriculum in the School of Art. It has evolved over the past 20 years into a professional program primarily aimed at visual communication in the corporate, institutional and municipal sectors. It is an intensive program emphasizing visual problem solving, organizational skills, and information theory. The curriculum includes all phases of typo graphy, photo graphy, video graphy, audio graphy, web development, advetising, film making, film editing, animation and visual effects for film and advertising. We conduct visual communication courses in chennai and We also offer you free of charge retake of the sessions, within 5 months of your first day of training, if there’s something you forget or new updates in the software. Thats the vfx Guarantee of Learning. Our visual communication course is one of the largest curriculum in the School of Art. It has evolved over the past 20 years into a professional program primarily aimed at visual communication in the corporate, institutional and municipal sectors. It is an intensive program emphasizing visual problem solving, organizational skills, and information theory. The curriculum includes all phases of typo graphy, photo graphy, video graphy, audio graphy, web development, advetising, film making, film editing, animation and visual effects for film and advertising.