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This course introduces students to the fundamentals of multimedia production. In a hands-on class, students will learn the essentials of program design and authoring software in an integrated computer environment. Students will learn how to combine graphics, audio and text to create programs for industrial and educational applications.
This course builds on the principles learned in Introduction to Multimedia, students will learn to manipulate graphics and text in more sophisticated ways for use in print layout as well as multimedia. An emphasis will be placed on design concepts for the creation of web pages.
This course teaches students how to design interfaces and manipulate graphics, text, sound & video through programming using ActionScript in Adobe Flash. An emphasis will be placed on planning projects and using programming concepts for the development of games, websites & dynamic multimedia applications.
This course teaches students how to design and create motion graphics for multimedia, building projects appropriate both for Internet applications and for film and video. Students will be taught how to use Adobe Flash, a vector-based animation program, and Adobe AfterEffects, an animation and visual effects compositing program to create original work. An emphasis will be placed on planning projects and developing narratives through the use of storyboards.
Students will work collaboratively to plan, design and create a complete project to be stored on a CD ROM. Projects may be drawn from such applications as: information kiosks; computer-assisted instruction; and creation of world wide web sites.