[vet-mm] Adobe Premiere Elements
aiet at bigpond.net.au
Thu Oct 13 10:32:05 EST 2005
The exam only covers units that the students do on the second year of the
course .i.e. Apply principles of visual design, create 2D animation, write
content, create web pages, and develop a multimedia script.
The exam doesn't cover elective units either, so the video and/or audio unit
wouldn't be covered anyway, other than expecting the students to understand
broad general principles, such as what format your video file might take if
you wanted to put it on a web page, etc.
Adobe Premier would be considered industry-standard rather than Elements,
but you also have to remember that you are delivering this unit at a Cert II
level and hence students should only be expected to complete work to a Cert
II standard as well.
Hope this helps.
From: vet-mm-bounces at edulists.com.au [mailto:vet-mm-bounces at edulists.com.au]
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Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 10:18 AM
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Subject: Re: [vet-mm] Adobe Premiere Elements
Thanks for the replies. I do want the option of doing the sound or video
modules in Cert II. So to make the question more specific...if I went with
Elements in Cert III would that be an 'industry standard' software
application? I personally like Vegas but I don't want to disadvantage the
students in the Cert III exam. If I went with Vegas is that an 'industry
standard' in Cert III?
I have my PD forms filled out for the PixelEd offerings but my school have
been really slow at sending their PixelEd membership :(
Thanks again for your input.
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