Advanced Media Production and Presentation

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Central London (England)

Higher than Rs 100000

Important information

  • Training
  • Advanced
  • Central london (England)
  • 120 hours of class
  • Duration:
    20 Days
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

Cost includes:
 Free Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days;
 Free Hot Lunch on Event Days;
 Free City Tour;
 Free Country Souvenir;
 Free Stationery;
 Free On-site Internet Access;
 Leather Conference Folder;
 Conference Ring Binder;
 Institute’s Polo Shirt.
 Course Guide and Supplement,
 HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Diploma – Postgraduate - or
 Certificate of Attendance and Participation

Important information

Requirements: Degree or Work Experience

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, England
See map

What you'll learn on the course

Presentation
Basic
Internet
IT
Basic IT training
Multimedia
Animation
Basic IT
Lighting
Composition
Design
Construction
Sound
Camera
Graphics
Technology
Team Training
Media
Aesthetics
Construction Training
Production
Recording
Editing
Audio
Production Process
Producing and the Production Management
Scriptwriting
Floor Directing
Lighting and Design
Camera Placement
Special Effects
Media Production
Media Distribution
Internet Distribution
Production Team
Types of Shots
Sound and Image Interaction
Production Coordination
Multiple Camera Directing

Course programme

Course contents, Concepts and Issues:

Media Production Distribution and Exhibition
  • The Audience
  • The Technology of Distribution
  • New Production Considerations
  • Conceptualising Media Distribution
  • AM-FM Terrestrial Radio
  • HD-Radio
  • Mobile
  • Satellite
  • Terrestrial Television
  • Cable
  • Disk
  • The Internet
  • Games
  • Motion Pictures
  • Solid-State Storage
  • The Other Aspect of Distribution
  • Broadcasting, Cable and Satellite
  • Theatrical and Nontheatrical
  • Home Video, Audio and Multimedia
  • Corporate and In-House
  • Internet Distribution
Understanding the Production Process
  • Brief History of Audio, Film and Production
  • Phases of Production
  • Preproduction
  • Production
  • Postproduction
  • Digital Technology vs. Analog Technology
  • Important Terms in Production
  • Single Camera vs. Multiple-Camera Production
  • Studio Production vs. Location Production
  • The Production Team in Audio, Video, Film and Multimedia Production
  • The Creative Staff in Media Production
  • The Production Crew in Media Production
  • The Production Team in the Recording Industry
  • The Production Team on an Interactive
  • Multimedia Production
  • Images, Sounds and the Creative Process
  • Conveying Information
  • Rhetorical Persuasion
  • Artistic Expressions
  • Production Aesthetics
  • Realism
  • Modernism
  • Postmodernism
  • Combining Aesthetic Approaches
Producing and the Production Management
  • Producing
  • Role of the Producer
  • Production Strategies
  • Production Management
  • Script Breakdown
  • Shooting Schedule
  • Production Budget
Scriptwriting
  • Visual Thinking
  • Preparation for Scriptwriting
  • Research
  • Premise, Synopsis and Outline
  • Treatments
  • Familiarisation with the Scriptwriting Formats
  • Full-Page Master Scene Script Format
  • Split-Page Script Format
  • Semi-Scripted Formats
  • Fiction Scriptwriting
  • Dramatic Structure
  • Characterisation and Theme
  • Adaptation
  • Short Fiction Forms and Formats
  • Interactive Stories and Games
  • Non-Fiction Scriptwriting
  • Rhetorical and Expository Structure
  • Voice and Point Of View
  • Narration and Interviews
  • Short Non-Fiction Forms and Formats
  • Interactive Learning and Training
Floor Directing
  • Aesthetic Approaches
  • Realism
  • Modernism
  • Postmodernism
  • Visualization
  • Types of Shots
  • Camera Angle
  • Stationary vs. Mobile Camera Shots
  • Composition
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Symmetry
  • Closure
  • Combining Shots
  • Straight Cut or Take
  • Fade
  • Dissolve
  • Wipe
  • Defocus
  • Swish Pan
  • Special Effects
  • Digital Transitions
  • Scene Construction
  • Continuity Editing
  • Peace and Rhythm
  • Compression and Expansion of Time
  • Screen Directionality
  • The 180-Degree Axis of Action Rule
  • Sound and Image Interaction
  • On-Screen Vs. Off-Screen Sound
  • Commentative vs. Actual Sound
  • Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Sound
  • Parallel vs. Contrapuntal Sound
  • Composing Images for Prerecorded Music
  • Composing Music for Prerecorded Images
  • Shooting Script Preparation
  • Production Coordination
  • Production Meetings
  • Casting
  • Rehearsals
  • Performer and Camera Blocking
  • Multiple Camera Directing
  • Timing
  • Running Time
  • Timing in Production
  • On-The-Air Timing
  • Production Switching
  • Director’s Command
  • Live-On-Tape Recording
Audio
  • Aesthetics of Audio
  • Types of Microphones
  • Microphone Placement and Selection
  • On-Camera Microphones
  • Off-Camera Microphones
  • Selecting the Best Microphone
  • Using Multiple Microphones
  • Stereo Microphone Placement
  • Digital Microphone Placement
  • Sound-Signal Control
  • Audio Problems
  • Sound Intensity Measurement
  • Cables and Connections
  • Console Operation
  • Sound Perspective
  • Stereo Sound
  • Multichannel Sound
  • Dolby Digital Sound
Lighting and Design
  • Realist Lighting and Design
  • Modernist Lighting and Design
  • Postmodernist Lighting and Design
  • Light And Colour
  • Sunlight
  • Tungsten Light
  • Carbon Arc Light
  • Metal Halide Light
  • Fluorescent Light
  • LED Lights
  • White Balance
  • Lighting Equipment
  • Spotlights
  • Floodlights
  • Portable Lights
  • New Lamp Designs
  • Shaping Devices
  • Light Control
  • Lighting Control in Studio
  • Lighting Control on Location
  • Light Measurement
  • Light Meter Readings
  • Contrast Ratios
  • Setting Lighting Equipment
  • Three- and Four-Point Lighting
  • Controlling Shadows
  • Cross Key Lighting
  • Lighting Moving Objects
  • Low-Key Lighting vs. High-Key Lighting
  • Single Camera Situations vs. Multiple Camera Situations
  • Lighting for Digital Cameras
  • Lighting Plots
  • Principles of Design
  • Design Elements
  • Colour
  • Composition
  • On-Set Design Elements
  • Scenic Design
  • Set Construction
  • Virtual Sets
  • Set Construction
  • Properties
  • Costume Design
  • Makeup
The Camera
  • Camera Placement
  • Framing
  • Positioning
  • Movement
  • Mounting Devices
  • Lens Control
  • Basic Optics
  • Aberrations
  • Lens Perspective
  • Video Cameras
  • Basic Video Camera
  • The Camera Chain
  • Video Camera Filters
  • Video Cameras: Types
  • Digital Cameras
  • Viewfinder
  • Body
  • Optics
  • Recording
  • Types of Digital Cameras
  • Film Cameras
  • Types of Film Cameras
  • 35mm Cameras
  • Camera Accessories
  • Camera Care
Recording
  • Analog Recording
  • Analog Audio
  • Audiotape Formats
  • Analog Audio Recorders
  • Audiotape Speeds
  • Digital Audio
  • Digital Recorders
  • Analog Video
  • Composite Video Signal
  • Videotape Formats
  • Videotape Sound Synchronization
  • Digital Video
  • Signal Compression
  • Digital Videotape Formats
  • Tapeless Video Recording
  • Film Recording
  • Basic Photochemistry
  • Colour Film
  • Film Exposure
  • Motion Picture Formats
  • Film Sound Synchronization
Editing
  • Aesthetic Approach
  • Realism
  • Modernism
  • Postmodernism
  • Editing Modes
  • Planning
  • Acquisition
  • Ingest
  • Editing Log
  • Editing
  • Finishing
  • Output
  • Editing Digital Audio
  • Synchronising the Dailies
  • Digital Film Editing
  • Conforming
  • Combining the A and B Rolls
Graphics, Animation and Special Effects
  • Aesthetics of Graphics and Animation
  • Realist Graphics
  • Modernist Graphics
  • Postmodernism Graphics
  • Principles of Graphics
  • Design Elements
  • Colour
  • Composition
  • Graphic Design
  • Principles of Graphic Design
  • Types of Graphics
  • Computer Graphics
  • Graphic Applications
  • Typography
  • Searching the Internet
  • Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
  • Interactivity
  • Multimedia
  • On-Set Graphics
  • Lettering and Titles
  • Animation
  • Storyboards and Animation Preproduction
  • Types of Animation
  • Special Effects
  • Digital Effects
  • Camera Effects
  • Optical Effects
  • Models and Miniatures
  • Physical Effects

Additional information

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is registered with the UK Registry of Learning Providers (UKRLP) of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), formerly Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS). Its registration number is 10019585 and can be verified at http://www.ukrlp.co.uk/