Course Code and Title: IT 13 - MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS
Course Unit(s): 3
Course Prerequisites: ITE 1 - IT Elective 1 (Graphics and Animation)
Instructor: Noli G. Resterio
Date Prepared/Revised: June, 2016
This is an introductory course in digital media. It is intended for students from all backgrounds who are interested in learning the foundational scientific concepts and the basic techniques of digital media production. Knowing about the connection between scientific concepts and applications will help you in making educated guesses, rather than relying on defaults or recipes, in using tools and techniques in application programs. The practical component of the course is organized around learning about, and using various software's for manipulating digital sound, digital images, and digital video. The course concludes with a final group project in which you produce a short 20 - 30 min documentary or independent video.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
To acquire fundamentals principles of multimedia, including digitization and data compression for non-textual information
To understand issues in representing, processing, and transmitting multimedia data
To understand core multimedia technologies and standards
To gain hands-on experience in image, sound and video editing and in some aspects of multimedia authoring (incorporating images, sound, video, and animation)
To design, capture, store and integrate sound, images and video to deliver multimodal information.
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Fundamentals of Multimedia. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ. - Parts I and II
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