The Video Editing Course aims to equip the students to become creative and skilled professionals with a sound understanding of their craft. Students explore the rhythms in television fiction and non-fiction while also gaining knowledge of other aspects of television production. Progressive learning is emphasized through each phase of the course, leading to a solid foundation in editing for television. Through class-room theory lectures, extensive hands on practice on non-linear editing softwares, along with workshops by industry experts and coordinated exercises, the students hone their skills.
Eligibility CriteriaBachelor’s Degree in any discipline.
The course is conducted in three phases.
The first phase is common for students of all specializations, with the purpose of introducing the students to the basic concepts of audio – visual Programme making and familiarizes them with single-camera and multi-camera production techniques.
The second phase emphasizes on development of skills in the various fields of specialization. Students attend workshops conducted by in-house faculty and Television professionals to acquaint themselves with production techniques of various programme formats and carry out co-ordinated exercises.
In the final phase, students apply their understanding of the medium and skills developed in the earlier phases to undertake their course-end exercises. Students receive theoretical inputs and extensive hands-on training on state-of-the-art equipments through class room sessions, workshops, practicals, exercises with experienced in-house teachers and professionals from the industry.
Total No of Seats10 (Ten) + 2 (Two) for foreign candidates
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