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Discipline: Certificate: Video Engineering - N0650
Course Name Course Number Objectives
Beginning Video Production R-TV 19A
  • All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry.
  • All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths.
  • Students exiting RTV 19A will be able to use cameras in both studio and field configurations
  • Use cameras in both studio and field configurations.
  • Apply aesthetic principles of lighting, including three-point lighting, lighting quality, and color temperature.
  • Evaluate basic sound concepts as they apply to video projects through recording and editing of audio
  • Use visual storytelling fundamentals
  • Compose shots that convey meaning through choice of composition, lens and camera placement.
  • Use computer editing software to structure relevant moving images and sound into paced sequences that constitute a complete Narrative-form short film.
Computer Networks CNET 56
  • Students completing CNET 56 will be able to identify and distinguish among the different media used in network communications.
  • Students completing CNET 56 will be able to determine the most appropriate standards, protocols, and access methods for a given network.
  • Students completing CNET56 will be able to correctly determine an IPv4 address, broadcast address, and network address from a binary IPv4 address and binary subnet mask.
Electronics Theory ELEC 50B (VOC)
  • Students completing ELEC 50B will be able to employ polar and/or rectangular notation to determine the magnitude and phase shift of an unknown circuit parameter (voltage, current, impedance, and/or power).
  • Students will be able to accurately measure amplitude and time parameters of a periodic waveform displayed on the oscilloscope screen.
  • Define common terms and recognize symbols used in AC electronics. (MO)
  • Analyze operation of AC circuits. (MO)
  • Calculate unknown electrical quantities in AC circuits. (MO)
  • Measure and record AC electrical quantities. (MO)
  • Demonstrate the proper use of test equipment (oscilloscope, function generator, frequency counter) when measuring electrical quantities in a lab exercise. (MO)
  • Compare and contrast characteristics of series versus parallel AC circuits. (MO)
  • Evaluate the characteristics of frequency selective circuits. (MO)
Electronics Theory ELEC 50A (VOC)
  • As a consequence of significant program modification in which electronics math concepts will be covered in the ELEC 50A theory course, students in ELEC 50A will be able to numerically analyze a series-parallel circuit.
  • Students completing ELEC 50A will be able to make accurate readings of voltage, current, and resistance using analog and digital multimeters.
  • Define common terms and recognize symbols used in DC electronic circuits.
  • Explain circuit operation of various DC circuitry.
  • Analyze from problems various DC unknown quantities.
  • Analyze from schematics various DC unknown quantities.
  • Predict unknown electronic quantities before solving electronic formulas.
  • Measure and record electrical quantities.
  • Demonstrate proper use of test equipment
  • Troubleshoot various defects in DC circuitry.
  • Calculate unknown electrical quantities in DC circuits.
Remote Multicamera Production R-TV 21
  • All RTV program students will have an increased awareness of skills required for full-time work in the entertainment industry.
  • All upper level RTV program students will know how to assess their own skills for potential career paths.
  • Direct crew in a multicamera shoot.
  • Set up remote production equipment, including video cameras, power supply, sound recording, and video recording equipment without prompting or other assistance.
  • Operate all equipment in remote production truck including special effects generators, computer graphics units, slow-motion controllers, video recorders, audio mixer boards, and video cameras.
  • Create computer graphics for identification, titling, and credit sequences.
  • Use video engineering devices in synchronizing video and audio signals in a remote multicamera setup.
  • Diagram and design remote video recording setups for various situations, including sporting events, theatrical events, community events, and film style shoots.
Video Engineering R-TV 41
  • Students will be draw a high-level functional block diagram of a video system necessary to produce a live program for broadcast and/or streaming.
  • Students will be able to diagnose and resolve issues with video appliances according to prescribed trouble shooting method.
  • Identify the characteristics of a file based asset and set the parameters of either a software application or a hardware appliance for the media's import into a system.
  • Identify the parameters necessary for the compression of baseband audio and video assets, for either live streaming or to set an appliance for the recording of content to match given set of deliverables parameters.
  • Meet the criteria to apply for an internship or apprenticeship, specific to the field of Video Engineering in either a broadcast or film production company; where knowledge and technical skill are demonstrated by the students final test scores .