Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science MSc
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You'll study a total of 180 credits. 90 of these will be through taught modules in the first two terms. You'll then go on to take a further 90 credits as part of an extended research project in the third term.
In your first term you'll look at digital production and postproduction processes for the creation of commercial film and television programmes. You'll examine the latest technical and aesthetic workflows for picture and sound. You'll put theory into practice by applying the concepts and techniques covered in lectures with labs on picture and sound techniques.
You'll study the fundamental theory and practical skills involved in the creation of visual effects for film and television. You will explore 2D compositing as well as the technical design and implementation of visual image processing and the creative application of visual effects systems. You'll develop a range of skills in creative picture editing and visual effects creation using industry standard tools.
1. Digital Production and Postproduction Workflows (20 credits)
2. Visual Effects Design Lab (10 credits)
3. Group Projects I (20 credits)
In your second term you'll have the opportunity to apply the concepts and techniques presented in the first term. You'll also expand your understanding of the creative process. You'll look at online editing and picture finishing, exploring the similarities and differences between these for film and for television. You'll develop a range of creative and technical skills and gain a working knowledge of the stages and process of film and television picture finishing. You'll get hands-on experience with industry-standard picture finishing systems.
1. Conform and Finish (10 credits)
2. Business of Production and Postproduction (10 credits)
3. Group Projects II (20 credits)