Visual effects in film and TV 3
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students are introduced to all types of 3D post-production technology. Those in CINKK master's study, upon completion must have a good bearing, knowledge of use and skills from discussions with 3D artists in order to become an originator of the image elements of cinematographic works.
Mode of study
Lecture with practical examples
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Completing lectures by Ing.Hřebačky - Digital Workflow1+2
Ing. Bernas - Colorimetrics,visual effects in film and TV I+2. - Teaching assist. .J.Ježek, doc. Mgr. A.Weiser
Courses: Teaching assist. .J.Ježek - SkatchUP and Frame Forge.
This course is linked to lectures in „VISUAL EFFECTS IN FILM AND TV I+II.“ The lecturer presents 3D techniques in the film and TV industries using film examples from around the world and from the lecturer's own cameraman experience; the production of 3D effects used, their applications in diverse technologies and contemporary use in cinematography. Along with lectures there are practical tasks „VFX exercise“ in the department studio in LP and the LDK workshops. Students complete exercises independently under the guidance of Teaching assist. J.Ježek and Doc. A. Weiser.
Recommended or required reading
Richard Rickitt „The History and Technique Special effects“,
Steve Wright „ Digital Compositing for Film and Video“, First edition
Steve Wright „Digital Compositing for Film and Video“, Second Edition
Dough Kelly :“Digital Compositing in Depth“ - Coriolis Group
Jon Gress „Digital visual effects & compositing“, 2015
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded based on Lecture and class participation. The final exam is individually as a test and interview; topic questions, process explanations for particular examples.
Grading: level of knowledge and bearing in the study.
Schedule for winter semester 2018/2019:
Room No. 226
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Mon||17:20–19:45||Antonín WEISER||Room No. 226
Schedule for summer semester 2018/2019:
The schedule has not yet been prepared
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Cinematography - 1819 (required subject)