What is Multimedia Course?
Multimedia is the field related to computer-controlled integration of texts, (still or moving images) graphics, drawings, audio and animations. The information/content in the multimedia can be represented digitally (audio, video, and animation) in contrast to traditional media. Multimedia technology applies interactive computer elements such as text, pictures, video, graphics, animation, and sound into a single form to deliver the message. Multimedia presentations may be viewed by a person on stage, projected, transmitted, or played locally with a media player. A broadcast may be an alive or recorded multimedia presentation.
- Minimum education qualification for a degree and diploma course in animation is plus two or it’s equivalent from any recognized institution
- Graduates from any stream are also eligible to join the post-graduation course
Who can Pursue the Course? Students who are interested in learning about various types of media entertainment and technology such as television, film studies, journalism, video production, interactive media, and computer animation can pursue the program.
The interdisciplinary programme focuses both on emerging trends, technologies and standard methods of managing media.
Courses Offered: Multimedia course is offered at various levels such as Diploma course, Certificate course, Undergraduate course, and Post Graduate course. Community colleges offer associate’s degrees in multimedia technology, providing introductory education in the field. Multimedia technology include some of the following programs: Interactive media; Website design fundamentals; Electronic imaging; Introductory photography; Animation; Multimedia programming; Graphic design; Digital editing
Programs offered in graduation: Animation; Communication & Emerging Media; Communication & Technology
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 750
- Assessments Yes