Digital Intermediate (DI) is one of today’s most exciting and fastest growing technologies in digital post production of motion picture films.
At the end of the course, learners will be able to:
CO1: Understanding the various types of projection and its technology used in theatres
CO2: Students explore how the Primary and Secondary color correction affects the whole image intensities of film
CO3:Explore the color of Bit Depth with Look Up Table (LUT).
CO4: Explore other techniques like rotoscopy and keying methods to enhance the color grading in films.
CO5:Understanding the complete methodology of post-production and color grading process
Unit I Telecine Coloring Works
In this unit we teach about Cathode-ray tube (CRT) system, an electron beam is projected at a phosphor-coated envelope, producing a spot of light the size of a single pixel.
UnitII Primary and Secondary Color Corrections
In this unit, Students explore how the Primary and Secondary color correction affects the whole image intensities of RGB and highlights of the entire frame, with these we teach the advanced techniques of color correction and well established digital painting techniques in the era of digital cinematography.
Unit III Mask, Matte, Track
In this unit, student will learn the evolution of digital color correction tools with advanced technique of using point shapes to isolate color adjustment in the specific area of the image. We also teach color keying to isolate the colors in the image. We teach special training for automation on tracking the image in term of color to save the time in the production process.
Unit IV DI Process
In this unit, student will explore the color of Bit Depth with Look Up Table (LUT).We teach about the Color grading is the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture, video image, or still images either electronically, photo-chemically or digitally.
Unit V Preserving the Quality of the Image
After this program students will gain knowledge about the DI importance and the scope of work.
Total: 60 Hrs.