About the Course
ADACALL's Video editing vocational course is designed to equip students with knowledge in the use of computing software and hardware to manipulate digital video files.
The course focuses on understanding the dynamics involved in working with digital video, the principles of audio editing and mixing, and how to use the many available post-production techniques to produce polished and professional videos. Students will gain experience creating videos for a variety of applications, including broadcast television shows, computer and Internet-based video, DVD and Blu-Ray, and mobile platforms.
Furthermore, students will also learn how to capture footage, edit it in various editing programs, and create visual effects with banks of digital software tools and hardware. After mastering the basics of video editing, students can begin exploring advanced topics like chroma keying, nonlinear editing, and creating motion graphics, which can create captivating visual effects that set your videos apart from standard run-of-the-mill productions.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to create sophisticated videos and graphics and will understand the aesthetics of video production.