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About Study Course

Department: Department of Communication Studies
Credit points / ECTS:2 / 3
Course supervisor: Agnese Ivane
Study type:Part time, Full time
Course level:Bachelor
Target audience:Communication Science; Information and Communication Science
Branch of science:Communication Sciences


To familiarise students with video editing programmes, principles and techniques, as well as terminology. An insight into the origins of occurrence of the theory of editing. When providing an insight into the audiovisual media post-processing stage, the creation of narrative, the most important elements of creation of images and sound and their interaction, composition of the image and digital editing.



Learning outcomes


To recognise and analyse the use of editing principles and laws.
To develop the plan of shots and to prepare documentation of filming locations.
To determine and justify the factors affecting the quality of image, sound and lighting.
To analyse and discuss video post-processing phase stages.
To know the principles of operation of a non-linear editing programmes.


To practically use to use theoretical knowledge on video editing.
To independently devise, plan and implement audiovisual works.
To use editing techniques corresponding to the idea.
To create technical qualitative video.


To critically evaluate available resources for the implementation of an audiovisual project.
Self-critical analysis and selection of a filmed material.
Justified selection of editing techniques corresponding to the message.
Use of knowledge-based use of technologies and audiovisual effects in non-linear video editing.

Study course planning

Planning period:Year 2020, Autumn semester
Study programmeStudy semesterProgram levelStudy course categoryLecturersSchedule
Multimedia Communication3Bachelor’sLimited choiceAgnese Ivane
Multimedia Communication3Bachelor’sLimited choiceAgnese Ivane