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IFT301
DigitalVideoEditingII
CourseSyllabus
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InstructorsEmailAddress:
cschulz@rollins.edu
OfficePhone:
407‐975‐6459
OfficeLocation: OlinLibrary257
OfficeHours:
TR8:00–9:00AM,2:00–3:00PM
&Appointments
ClassroomLocation:
OlinLibraryMultimediaLab
ClassDatesandTimes: Monday/Wednesday/Friday/8:00am‐8:50am
10/15–11/05
Textbook: None
Course Description:
In this project, students plan, shoot, edit, and produce a PSA. You will analyze how a particular
shot will impact the mood and intention in a video. They learn how to create motion effects for
both video and audio. For this project, you might decide to work with school groups or local
community organizations so students create a PSA for a particular issue or group.
Student product: Public service announcement
Course Objectives:
Project management skills
• Selecting and planning a PSA theme
• Creating and managing a project proposal
• Developing a shot list
• Developing a script
• Identifying assets
• Collaborating, organizing and tracking reviews by
using Clip Notes
• Using naming conventions for organizing clips
Research and
skills
Research
andcommunication
communication
skills
Analyzingand
andevaluating
evaluatingPSAs
PSAs
••Analyzing
Planningstrategies
strategiestotoguide
guideinquiry
inquiry
••Planning
Researchingtopics
topicsfor
forPSAs
PSAs
••Researching
Writingscripts
scripts
••Writing
Applyingcopyright
copyrightand
andfair
fairuse
use
••Applying
Conductingpeer
peerreviews
reviews
••Conducting
Demonstratingpersonal
personalresponsibility
responsibilityby
by
••Demonstrating
incorporatingfeedback
feedback
incorporating
Design skills
• Identifying audience, purpose, and goals
• Learning video shooting techniques:
• Closing shots
• Establishing shots
• Planning integration of still imagery and video
• Understanding audio file types
Technical skills
Technical
skills
Adobe Premiere
Adobe
PremierePro
Pro
Usingcompositing
compositingto
toincorporate
incorporateimagery
imagery
••Using
UsingClip
ClipNotes
Notes
••Using
• Adding titles by using the Titler
• Using basic motion effects
• Enhancing text by using sheen, shadows, fills, and
shapes
• Exporting to web-ready video
Method of Instruction:
This course will be conducted in workshop format. There will be brief instruction on various
techniques and the rest of the class will be utilized for work on final project. The final class will
consist of presentations on all video projects.
Grading:
Credit or No Credit – Credit is dependent upon class attendance and completion of the two
required assignments.
Course Policies:
Rollins attendance policy requires students be present for all class meetings. Failure to attend
two class meetings will result in no credit. You must read your Rollins Email, this will be the
official form of communication throughout the course. In addition to attendance there are three
required assignments:
1. Review of IFT 300 Assignment
2. Project Proposal
3. Final Project
VERY IMPORTANT: Assignments are due on the specified date. The assignments can be time
consuming. Do not wait until the last minute to complete them. Students are fully responsible for
getting correct passwords and access to Rollins Novell networks.
IFT Course Drops and Transcript Notations. Students dropping IFT courses prior to the second
class meeting will have no notation placed on their transcripts. Students dropping IFT courses
after the second class meeting, but prior to the mid-point of the course will receive a "W" notation.
Students dropping after the mid-point of an IFT course will receive a notation of "NC."
THE ACADEMIC HONOR CODE
Membership in the student body of Rollins College carries with it an obligation, and requires a
commitment, to act with honor in all things. Because academic integrity is fundamental to the
pursuit of knowledge and truth and is the heart of the academic life of Rollins College, it is the
responsibility of all members of the College community to practice it and to report apparent
violations.
The following pledge is a binding commitment by the students of Rollins College:
The development of the virtues of Honor and Integrity are integral to a Rollins College education
and to membership in the Rollins College community. Therefore, I, a student of Rollins College,
pledge to show my commitment to these virtues by abstaining from any lying, cheating, or
plagiarism in my academic endeavors and by behaving responsibly, respectfully and honorably in
my social life and in my relationships with others.
This pledge is reinforced every time a student submits work for academic credit as his/her own.
Students shall add to all papers, quizzes, tests, lab reports, etc., the following handwritten
abbreviated pledge followed by their signature:
“On my honor, I have not given, nor received, nor witnessed any unauthorized assistance
on this work.”
Material submitted electronically should contain the pledge; submission implies signing the
pledge.
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Schedule of Assignments
Meeting
Text Readings
Class Topics
Class 1
Class 2
Syllabus
Adobe Workspace
Project Propsal
Video shooting techniques
Class 3
Class Optional
Capturing Video
Class 4
Syllabus
Project Assignment
Review of Premier
Proper video shooting
Importing Video into Project
Students should be
completing Project Proposal
and video recording.
Capturing Video
Organizing Video
Effects
Adding Effects
Text, Motion, Video Effects
Class 6
Class 7&8
Audio
Finalizing Video in Web format
Nov. 2
Final Projects
Audio Effects
Producing Final Video
Adding video to ItunesU
Review of Final Video
Class 5
Final Project Guidelines
• Length should be 90 seconds or less.
• PSA should cover a specific topic.
• PSA should include voiceover narration.
• PSA should employ video, text, or graphic effects.
• PSA should be finalized in web-ready file format.
• Copyright citation and fair use guidelines should be
applied where applicable.
Assignments Due
Review Assignment 1
Project Proposal
Initial video recording
Final Project