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Digital Media Fundamentals

This topic covers the digital media fundamentals

Digital Media Fundamentals is designed to teach students the wide range of possibilities for using computer based digital media to capture, manipulate, and refine music, photos, and video. The course will teach students how to get started with digital photography, including choosing a camera, taking good photographs, and manipulating the results. Students learn how to how to edit and enrich media files using a wide variety of digital-processing tools. They learn how to work with Microsoft Windows Movie Maker to capture video and audio to their computers, import existing digital media files, edit video clips, add special effects, and save and send movies.

Student Learning Material

Managing Music with Windows Media Player (1.3MB)
Introduction to Digital Photography (34.7KB)
Knowing and Choosing Your Camera (1.9MB)
Getting Started with Pictures (1.3MB)
Out of the Camera and into the Computer (535KB)
Fun with Pictures: Basic Editing (526KB)
Editing for Size and Resolution (141KB)
Techniques for Fixing & Common Flaws (1.3MB)
Sharing Your Digital Photos (326KB)
Digital Video with Windows Movie Maker (307KB)

Instructor Teaching Material

Managing Music with Windows Media Player (220KB)
Introduction to Digital Photography (554KB)
Getting Started with Pictures (697KB)
Out of the Camera and into the Computer (253KB)
Fun with Pictures: Basic Editing (329KB)
Techniques for Fixing & Common Flaws (824KB)
Sharing Your Digital Photos (149KB)
Digital Video with Windows Movie Maker (251KB)

Source: MSUP

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