Digital film making is an essential part of film and media industry. It is enabling filmmakers to blend art and digital media and speed up the process of filmmaking as well as be more creative and enterprising in the special effects department.
Digital media is used to produce effects & realistic environments in films. Through visual effects, the artists can make create water effects, natural disasters, flying objects, superpowers and other special effects that are difficult or impossible to shoot in real life. Digital media also changes dramatically the way a film is created, and make it possible to appear a huge range of opportunities to innovate, reduce the production and post-production time. There is a growing demand for film and video entertainment, which makes the opportunities in this field promising.
Training Plus Institute curriculum is designed based on real industry needs and conducted through classroom practical sessions and project assignments. Depended and independent practice will be molding students into real film-making professionals.
Film director, Film lighting engineer, Sound engineer, Video editor, Film editor, Film lab technician
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?
Students & professionals who are interested in film making and media industry
ARE THERE PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE?
Basic Windows Operating system knowledge
Basic color blending, image and motion theory knowledge
Master Fine arts or Bachelor of Fine arts
Autodesk 3ds Max
Adobe After Effects & Premiere
Audacity (Audio Editing)
Explore the Photoshop environment
Work with image areas
Work with multiple layers
Save images in the web, print, and PDF formats
Understand the basic functionality, features and principles of 3ds Max
Create and manipulate 3D data in 3ds Max
Import data from other 3D applications
Embellish scenes with the use of materials and maps
Create adequate lighting for your environments
Animate objects in the scene
Render still pictures and animations to disk for later viewing
Adding video layer
Time and Tracking
Working with Image Sequences
Working with 3D