Information Management

Digital Asset Production and Management

Integrated course, 2.50 ECTS


Course content

Basics of analog and digital video signals, capture & editing of analog and digital videos, filters, real-time effects (F/X), basics of 3D modelling and use of a real-time graphics engine, basic terms of digital audio editing and microphone technology

Learning outcomes

The students are able to name the most common audio and video compression methods, describe their functional principles and apply them using the tools presented. They can critically reflect the results and choose the appropriate method for specific situations. The students are familiar with the key methods of digital asset management and are able to describe and identify quality and efficiency problems in the planning and implementation of multimedia projects and prevent them through precise planning. They are able to plan multimedia products, create 3D assets, films, images and audio for a multimedia production, assess their quality and usability and combine them into a final product.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Bilddatenkompression. T. Strutz Vieweg+Teubner, 2009
Digitale Bildverarbeitung. W. Burger, M. J. Burge, Springer 2006
Digitale Film- und Videotechnik. U. Schmidt, Hanser 2010
Tontechnik, T. Görne, Hanser 2014
Journals: Digital Production

Mode of delivery

1.5 ECTS Lecture (VO), 1 ECTS Tutorial (UE)

Prerequisites and co-requisites


Assessment methods and criteria

VO: Final examination; UE: Continuous assessment