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Media Arts 101 (3.0 Units) Introduction to Video Production - (Offered This Fall)
Provides students with a basic overview of the aesthetics and techniques required in the production of video programs. The topics to be covered include: basic principles of videography, recognizing and using video and audio equipment, lighting and video graphics. Projects consist of hands-on experiences in production situations in the Glendale College Television Studio and on location. Prerequisite: None. Transfer credit: CSU.
Media Arts 103 (3.0 Units) Intro Digital Cinematography - (Offered This Fall)
MEDIA 103 provides students with a basic overview of the aesthetics and techniques required in single-camera "film style" video production. Topics include basic cinematography, camera operation, digital video formats, lighting, and editing. Prerequisite: None. Transfer credit: CSU
Media Arts 104 (3.0 Units) Video Production Practicum - (Offered This Fall)
Designed to provide a realistic working experience in video production. Emphasis is placed on the actual production of television programs for the campus and community. Students gain experience through direct use of the production capabilities of the GCTV (Glendale College Television) Studio and involvement in developing programming operations for the educational cable channel. Students may also create independent video productions in order to build a portfolio of video production work. Studio 6 hours. Prerequisite: Media Arts 101 or equivalent. Recommended preparation: Media Arts 102, Theater Arts 133. Note: This course may be taken three times; a maximum of 9 units may be earned. Transfer credit: CSU.
Media Arts 107 (3.0 Units) Introduction to Audio Production - (Offered This Fall)
Media Arts 107 teaches students the basic principles, aesthetics, and techniques used in the production of audio programs and soundtracks for video programs. Specific topics covered in the course include: magnetic recording, digital recording and editing, selection and use of microphones, sound studio operation, multi-tracking, mixing, editing, and synchronization with video. Hands-on experience with professional equipment is emphasized. Lecture 2 hours; Laboratory 4 hours. Prerequisite: None. Transfer credit: CSU.
Media Arts 112 (3.0 Units) Digital Video Editing - (Offered This Fall)
MEDIA 112 is an intermediate-level video production class using Final Cut Pro. Emphasis will be on non-linear digital video editing, using professional applications. Topics will include system set-up, video capturing, overwrite and insert editing, dialog and multi-clip editing, media management, editing aesthetics, continuity, high-definition, effects, titling, and compression. Prerequisite: MEDIA 103 or equivalent. Transfer credit: CSU. Materials Fee.
Media Arts 117 (3.0 Units) Music Video Production - (Not Currently Offered, Usually Offered Spring)
MEDIA 117 provides students with the advanced aesthetics and techniques required in the production of a music video. Students will gain experience in camera operation, sound recording, and video editing as they relate to the production of music videos. Prerequisite: Media Arts 101.
Media Arts 205 (3.0 Units) Media Streaming and Mobile Content Production - (Offered This Fall)
Media Arts 202 is an advanced video production course in which students explore the use of video on the Internet and mobile devices. Students generate webcasts of their own video content. MEDIA 205 provides students with a basic overview of the aesthetics and techniques required in the production of video and audio program material intended for distribution over the internet, iPods, cellular phones, and personal data assistants (PDA's). Topics include digital video compression, multi-angle production, video streaming and webcasts management. Lecture 2 hours; Laboratory 4 hours. Prerequisite: Media Arts 103 or equivalent. Materials Fee.
Media Arts 207 (3.0 Units) Internet Radio Webcasting - (Not Currently Offered)
Media Arts 207 is designed to provide students a realistic working experience in Internet radio production. The emphasis is on the actual production of audio programs for the campus and community. Students gain experience with all capabilities of the Media Arts Audio Studio as well as being involved in programming operations for Glendale Community College's Internet radio station, KGCC. Laboratory 6 hours. Prerequisite: Media Arts 107 or equivalent. Note: This course may be taken three times; a maximum of nine (9) units may be earned.