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10. Sound and video editing

Candidates should be able to:

  • edit a video clip to meet the requirements of its intended application and audience
  • set an aspect ratio
  • trim a video clip to remove unwanted footage
  • join together video clips
  • create text based slides
  • create credits
  • add captions and subtitles add fading effects add animation effects
    • extract a still image from a video clip
    • insert a still image
    • add sound to a video clip
    • remove sound from a video clip
    • alter the speed of a video clip
    • export a video clip in different file formats
    • compress a video to different resolutions to suit different media (including: DVD, Internet)
    • describe how typical features found in video editing software are used in practice
    • edit a sound clip to meet the requirements of its intended application and audience
    • trim a sound clip to remove unwanted material
    • join together two sound clips
    • fade in and fade out a sound clip
    • alter the speed of a sound clip
    • change the pitch of a sound clip
    • add or adjust reverberation
    • overdub a sound clip to include a voice over
    • export a sound clip in different file formats
    • compress (including: the use of MP3) the sound file to different sample rates to suit different media
    • describe how typical features found in sound editing software are used in practice
    • describe how file sizes depend on sampling rate and sampling resolution

     

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