Santa Monica College Catalog 2019–2020 by Santa Monica Community College

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santa monica college catalog 2019–2020 this course focuses on the advanced techniques skills and theories of editing as well as the technical requirements for assembling a digital video project through a series of hands-on projects students will put traditional theories of picture and sound editing into practice the course will also cover the history of nonlinear editing and provide an overview of the post production process avid media composer will be the primary editing software utilized in this course et 32 digital compositing 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 31a and graphic design 64 formerly same course as entertainment technology 37 digital compositing is the process of digitally manipulating a combination of source images to produce a seamless whole this course provides a complete overview of the compositing process as it is used in film/television visual effects and multimedia areas covered include image creation and manipulation techniques as well as design and color fundamentals through a series of exercises and projects students will develop the aesthetic and technical skills necessary for integrating diverse visual elements into cohesive imagery et 34 web animation i 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 11 this class focuses on all aspects of web animation giving special attention to characters and graphics as well as interactivity and light programming students learn the tricks of controlling file size special approaches for importing and creating animation and all other production techniques needed for building complete web animation projects et 36 web animation ii 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 34 this course focuses on advanced techniques in flash a vector-based graphic and animation package that creates advanced web-based applications that include scripted behaviors and interactions students learn advanced techniques for interactive scripting web interface design advanced visuals games and motions graphics techniques for communicating between interactive application and the browser and/or server are also covered the goal of this course is to provide professional level skills for web animation and interface development students will create a large final project incorporating advanced techniques discussed in the course et 38 digital imaging for design 2 3 units transfer csu • advisory graphic design 64 formerly same course as entertainment technology 37 building on previously developed advanced photoshop skills this course will navigate students through the more highly advanced features of the program to create and manipulate images specifically for use in multimedia digital video 2d animation and 3d animation topics include intense and extensive investigations into alpha channel creation and development lighting effects generation within alpha channels and layer effects displacement and bump mapping techniques texture mapping relating to alpha channel and creature surface decoration and the utilization of techniques incorporating illustrator and photoshop together et 39 digital audio for games 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 11 this windows-based course will introduce students to the fundamentals of digital audio design and provide them with the basic tools to use the technology appropriately creatively and effectively the course will focus on audio for games digital media and electronic music implementation practical experience will be balanced by an emphasis on understanding the fundamentals of the technology and its applications within the interactive game industry topics covered will include principles of good audio design the essential hardware and software tools of music production in a digital environment characteristics and differences between various audio formats basic principles of sound waveform editing and recording techniques for interactive and video integration et 40 digital audio fundamentals 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 11 this course will introduce students to the fundamentals of digital audio design and provide them with the basic tools to use the technology appropriately creatively and effectively a large element of hands-on practical experience will be balanced by an emphasis on understanding the fundamental theoretical principles of the technology and its applications within the entertainment industry topics covered will include the basic characteristics and differences between analog and digital audio principles of good audio design the essential hardware and software tools of music production in a digital environment characteristics and differences between the main digital audio formats basic principles of sound waveform editing and recording techniques for multimedia and video integration this course uses digidesign pro tools et 41 digital audio post production 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 40 in this course students will combine skills acquired in the advanced digital media courses to design and implement sound for their portfolio projects areas covered include live audio recording working with prerecorded audio elements and inventing sounds using foley techniques the principles of sound sweetening and multi-track layering will be addressed as well as multi-track compositing students course descriptions et 33 advanced digital compositing 3 units transfer csu • advisory entertainment technology 32 this course introduces students to advanced digital compositing techniques using nodal compositing software applications areas covered include color correction keying rotoscoping tracking digital paint and camera projection by completing a series of exercises and projects based on professional visual effects methodology students will hone the aesthetic and technical skills necessary for integrating diverse visual elements into cohesive imagery this course uses the foundry’s nuke 241