Course overviewVideo and Audio Post-Production City of Bristol College
Video and audio digital post-production is an exciting and dynamic area, especially with the increased use of video content on media-rich websites. This module gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge of digital post-production with particular emphasis on professional practice.
Who is it for?
For those who wish to improve their skills in digital post-production, such as web content designers and graphic designers.
You will need an interview for this course.
What you'll learn
The course focuses on:
- Digital post-production of both video and audio
- Using Final Cut Pro
- Current professional practice
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The programme specification represents the latest course structure and may be subject to change.
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As a student of City of Bristol College, you will have free access to:
The Latest Adobe Creative Cloud Applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, After Effects, Premier, Dreamweaver, Animate and many many more. You will also have access to Adobe Online and use of Adobes online platforms and cloud storage space for all your work and resources.
Microsoft Office, which includes Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, as well as access to Office 365, which gives you online access to the web-based applications and 1TB of personal cloud storage space.
Candidates are required to have appropriate skills before embarking on this module. The bitesize module in Audio-Visual Techniques can be used as a prerequisite for this module. All candidates are interviewed to assess their suitability for this course.
How is the course delivered and assessed?
Assessment is 75% by practical studio-based assignment and 25% by research-based presentation. 20 credits of Foundation Degree Interactive Multimedia with Graphic Design
Future career and study opportunities
Full-time or part-time Foundation Degree in either Interactive Multimedia with Graphic Design or Digital Media Production. Alternatively another Bitesize course such as Animation Techniques.