Classes

Classes


Advanced Motion Graphics (By Appointment) Advanced Motion Graphics teaches the producer the basics of animating different objects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The student learns the concept of keyframes and how they work and interact across platforms. Ultimately, the student should walk out of this class with the ability to competently animate objects and text in different ways. Orientation and Basic Editing are prerequisites for taking this class. Additionally, taking this class does require a submitted program to FPTV. 0 open section(s) Log in to register
Studio Audio Studio Audio is designed to teach the producer how to properly mic up talent, work the audio board and record and monitor clean audio that can be either be live broadcast or edited later in post production. The prerequisite for this class is Orientation. 3 open section(s) Log in to register
Advanced Field Technique and Theory (By Appointment) The Advanced Field Production Class is designed to give students in-depth training on concepts and advanced techniques of field production. Topics covered include lens techniques, camera movement, shot composition, lighting for video, field audio, tips and tricks, and more. You will also get to use the Fayetteville Television Center’s advanced field production equipment. This class consists of three weekly 90-minute sessions. This class qualifies you to use the advanced field production equipment available at the City of Fayetteville Television Center. 4 open section(s) Log in to register
Advanced Color Grading (By Appointment) FPTV's color grading class is an extension of it's Advanced Editing and Advanced Motion Graphics class. This class is taught in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and discusses the capabilities that Premiere's Lumetri Color panel offer the user. The prerequisites for this class are Orientation, Basic Editing and Advanced Editing. Additionally, taking this class does require a submitted program to FPTV. 0 open section(s) Log in to register
Advanced Field Accessories (By Appointment) Advanced Field Accessories covers the setup and tear down process of the additional Field Equipment that is available at Fayetteville Public Television. The Advanced Field accessories that are covered are: the camera slider, the camera jib, and the cinema lighting equipment. The prerequisites for this class are Orientation, Basic Field and Advanced Field. Additionally, taking this class does require a submitted program to FPTV. 0 open section(s) Log in to register
Studio Graphics Studio Graphics is a class for producers who want to take their production to the next level with graphics that are created on the front end of production rather than in post production. At FPTV we offer the program Magic Soft CG as the main option for building custom graphics and importing them into the switcher. The Studio Graphics class also teaches how to overlay the graphics onto your video stream as you are recording it for a simplified post production workflow. 2 open section(s) Log in to register
Studio Lab Studio Lab is an opportunity for members of the Fayetteville community to get hands-on studio production experience. FPTV producers can both reserve a studio time to shoot whatever program they'd like, or they can sign up to help with filling positions that they feel comfortable with. Studio Labs are on Saturdays from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Orientation and one studio class is required to utilize or help with a Studio Lab. 6 open section(s) Log in to register
Interactive Lab An opportunity for FPTV producers to have hands on experience with equipment and be a part of the production and post production part of the creation process. 0 open section(s) Log in to register
Basic Field The Basic Field Production Class is designed to teach you how to use the Fayetteville Television Center’s basic field production equipment. Topics covered include field camera and tripod operation, shot composition, setting up field audio, and basic shooting techniques, along with hands-on experience. This class consists of one 90-minute session. After completing this class you will be qualified to use the basic field production equipment at the Television Center. This class is a prerequisite for Advanced Field Production. 6 open section(s) Log in to register
Studio Technical Directing Studio Technical Directing teaches the user about the switcher board and the way that it can be used to manipulate video through transitions and effects. Technical Directing is a great class if you are looking to handle some of the post production work right in the switcher. The prerequisite for this class is Orientation. 3 open section(s) Log in to register
Orientation Your introduction to FPTV, studio filming, editing, and television. 8 open section(s) Log in to register
Advanced Editing (By Appointment) Advanced Editing moves the producer from the world Adobe Elements to learning how to utilize the program Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe's flagship editing program. This class covers the basics of organizing footage, rearranging and customizing work spaces, and exporting with professional codecs. The prerequisites for this class are Orientation and Basic Editing. Additionally, it is a requirement to have submitted a video to FPTV for telecast before this class can be taken. 2 open section(s) Log in to register
Basic Editing The Basic Editing Class will give you an introduction to video editing on a computer. Topics covered include creating new projects, importing your video footage, performing basic edits, adding transitions, creating graphics, and outputting your finished project. This class consists on one 2-hour session. After completing this class you will be qualified to reserve and use the Fayetteville Television Center’s basic editing systems to create programs. This class is a prerequisite for Advanced Editing. 7 open section(s) Log in to register
Studio Camera and Lighting Studio Camera and Lighting is a great place to start if you are looking to be the person in charge of properly framing and lighting productions in the studio. Studio Camera covers how to work and adjust the cameras as well as the lights located in the studio. The prerequisite for this class is Orientation. 3 open section(s) Log in to register