•  Digital Video Technology 1

    This is a new course in the state of Florida. Students will experience producing programming in West Port's Television Studio, as well as scripting, shooting and editing field packages for the school's news program, aired each Thursday and Friday.  Students in the first year of DVT will learn workplace safety practices, how to operate a video camera, microphone selection, editing on Adobe Premiere Pro, lighting a set, lighting and operation of the studio's control room.

     

    Digital Video Production 2 (8772420)

    Students will produce programming for West Port's weekly broadcast. Course focus is on safe work practices, camera operation, video recording mixing and editing.  Students will also research and produce clear writing communicating to their peers through a variety of video projects.  Second semester projects will include production lighting and set design.  Students proficient in editing will be eligible to take the Adobe Premiere Pro certification exam. 

     

    Students will be required to cover a minimum of one school activity outside the regular school day, or during Power Hour if transportation is not available, each quarter. 

     

     

    Digital Video Production 3 (8772430)

    Students will produce programming content and a weekly broadcast for West Port.  Students will produce clear and coherent writing that is appropriate to the task, purpose and audience.  Advanced video production classes will focus on writing, producing multiple scripts and other written reports.  Additionally, third year DVP students will have projects covering industry safety, ergonomics and proper equipment care (video project).  Second semester projects will include a focus on production lighting and creating a final video PSA project.  Students demonstrating proficiency in editing will be eligible to take the Adobe Premiere Pro/Adobe Photoshop certification exams.

     

    Students will be required to cover a minimum of one school activity outside the regular school day, or during Power Hour if transportation is not available, each quarter. 

     

     

    Digital Video Production 4 (8772440)

    The final segment of DVP covers safe work practices, video & audio mixing, editing and shooting footage.  Students will operate industry standard equipment for studio and field production, demonstrating proficiency in shooting Canon DSLR /Canon XA 25,XA10 proper mic selection & operation, and using various recording formats and media.  Students will also demonstrate proficiency in editing on the Adobe platform.

    Students will be required to cover a minimum of one school activity outside the regular school day, or during Power Hour if transportation is not available, each quarter. 

    DVD 4 students will also be required to read, research and produce clear, coherent writing for specific purposes related to production.  Students will produce quarterly advanced-level video productions, including a year-end project for a final evaluation.