Fundamentals of Multimedia, IT-D 460
About this Course:
Participants are introduced to computer-based multimedia theory, concepts and applications. Topics include desktop publishing, hypermedia, presentation graphics, graphic images, animation, sound, video, multimedia on the World Wide Web and integrated multimedia authoring techniques.
A solid, working knowledge of a graphical operating system, directory management skills and software installation experience required for enrollment.
Who Should Attend:
This course is valuable for those delivering information via corporate intranets or the Web, including Web developers, content developers, Marketing and graphics staff, managers and technical support personnel.
Participants in this survey course will be brought "up to speed" on the latest multimedia concepts, terms, and software types. While designed to give an overview of today's multimedia world and production methods, participants in the course will gain enough practical knowledge to begin creating productions for desktop and Internet use.
Upon completion, participants should be able to:
- Describe and discuss current trends in multimedia by experiencing a variety of applications and development packages
- Understand the preproduction process including content acquisition and development, process flow, team management and integration, and legal issues surrounding multimedia
- Demonstrate technical knowledge and limited proficiency in designing production elements in each of the multimedia disciplines
- Create a multimedia project for the desktop or Internet
- Introduction to Multimedia
- Design Concepts
- Presentation Graphics
- Typefaces, graphics
- Preproduction, Desktop Publishing
- Production Planning and Design
- User Interface Design
- Presentation Graphics Design
- Multimedia Sound
- File Compression
- Video Production, Digital Video
- Networking Multimedia
Raymond E. Trygstad