DIG2520 Digital Media Production Techniques
This course explores the avenues of contemporary digital production. Students will learn each of the new media along with its history and connection to the worlds of art and design. This course also covers essential key concepts and techniques for image processing, digital archival, file conversion, media duplication and analyzes the computer and its peripherals to explain the different elements of a digital media studio. Lab fee required.
Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Courses not offered for selected criteria.
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