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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
CDM
4301
Motion Graphics IV
Motion Graphics IV
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Students enrolled in this course will learn techniques and apply professional methods for digital filmmaking, video production and visual effects. Advanced course projects include storytelling with camera tracking, green screen, and digital compositing. This course builds upon projects from CDM 4300 Motion Graphics III. Topics covered include process and project workflow for large-scale projects, narrative storytelling, and best professional practices. Students develop advanced levelstoryboards and style frames as pre-visualization tools. Projects incorporate sound and audio files as a tool, tone, and storytelling element. Project workflow emphasizes narrative exploration, pacing, timing, and scene transitions. Critiques are integrated into course projects. Students will learn and develop professional verbal communication skills as they develop their creative and technological skill sets. Prerequisites: CDM 4300 Motion Graphics III

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