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Year Subject Code Semester Field of Study Subject/Class Instructor Year of Eligibility Misc. Notes Prerequisite Subjects

2009 044006EA SP2 ** Major Subjects ****** Multimedia Design TechnologiesEA DAHLAN, Nariman Second Year Student    

KogiBunya Recommended qualifications / knowledge

APS Major、 APM Major、 ICT Foundation in Information Technology and Introduction to programming courses have been successfully completed with passing grades. This course introduces students to basic understanding on multimedia design technology and some software tools commonly used for the interactive multimedia contents design. The course will provide students with basic skills and various aspects and issues of the area of the multimedia design technology. Students will be introduced to the essentials of Imaging tools (Adobe Photoshop for raster-based image and Adobe Illustrator for vector-based image), Interactive multimedia design tools (Adobe Flash) and trained in actual multimedia contents design and programming. The class will mostly be lectures, practical trainings and projects. Students will be expected to acquire the basic skills of the multimedia contents design. In addition to the lecture, students will be expected to do exercises and test to show that they understand. There will be weekly assignments, a mid-term project and a final term project assignments.

Course Objectives

Standards for Course Completion

The course will be conducted through lectures and practical training will be provided according to the textbook. Reports will be assigned as the course proceeds. Teaching Methods Teaching assistants will be arranged to facilitate individual guidance during the practical training. Please make an attempt to take notes whenever the necessity arises. The course will contain about fourteen lecture topics. The lectures will cover the following topics: 1. Introducing the Course -Understanding the course format -Reviewing the course objectives and prerequisites -Looking at the course outline 2. Introduction to Digital Multimedia and Digital Media Tools -Introduction to digital multimedia: What is digital multimedia? -Introduction to digital media tools: -Macromedia Flash for animation and Interactivity -Photoshop for manipulating bitmapped images

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-Illustrator for vector graphics -Premiere for video and sound -Image Ready for web graphics -Dreamwaver for web development 3. Basic Knowledge of Digital Image -What is a digital Image? -Type of digital images -Bitmap image -Bitmap and Resolution -Bitmap and Image size -Resolution for Publishing Photos -Type of bitmap images -Image representations -Color Depth -Data volumes 4. Basic of Image Processing -What is image enhancement? -Different kinds of image enhancement -Histogram processing -Point processing -What is point processing? -Negative images -Thresholding -Logarithmic transformation -Power law transforms -Grey level slicing

Overview of Each 5. Working with Bitmap/Raster based Imaging tools -Working with Photoshop Class
-Basic Photo corrections -Retouching and Repairing -Working with selections 6. Basic of Image Filtering and Its tools -Neighbourhood operations -What is spatial filtering? -Smoothing operations -Practical work (working with Adobe photoshop filters): (Image Filters, Layer Basics, Mask and Channels) 7. Vector-based Image -What is vector Image? -Characteristics of vector images -Advantage and disadvantage -Vector based Drawing software and Its format -Practical Work (working with Adobe Illustrator) (Using Illustrator tools, Selection and Shapes) 8. Creating vector based Image -Working with Adobe Illustrator -Shapes and Selections -Transforming Objects -Drawing with the pen Tool 9. Technologies to make animations on the web -Animated GIFs -Java Applets -Dynamic HTML ( HTML + Others scripts)

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-Shockwave and Flash Animations 10. Basic knowledge to create Flash Animation -Flash Essentials and Tools panel 11. Flash Animation -Creating and Editing Symbols 12. Flash Animation -Working with color and images -Tweening 13. Scripting and Interactivity 14. Scripting in Flash 15. Submission of End Term Project Students will have to submit a project requested for evaluation. The final grade (100%) will be awarded using the following criteria of evaluation: ・Attendance: 20 %. ・Quizzes: 20 % ・Exercises/assignments : 20% ・Mid-term Project: 15 %. ・End of Term Project: 25 %. Students are suggested to bring their own USB flash memory to the classroom.

Method of Grade Evaluation

Requirements for Students

Textbook (You will need to Soft copy of all of learning materials are available to be downloaded from the purchase these lecturer's instructional materials folder(ftp1://report1.apu.ac.jp/). Hard copy of the textbooks when learning materials will be distributed in the classroom for all of the students. registering for this course.)
An Introduction to Digital Multimedia Bartlett Pub 2008/10/22 ) T. M. Savage, K. E. Vogel ( Jones & Chris David ( Adobe Pr Adobe Creative

Adobe Photoshop CS4 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques (How-Tos) Orwig ( Adobe Pr 2008/12 ) Adobe Illustrator CS4 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques (How-Tos) Karlins ( Adobe Pr 2008/12 ) Adobe Photoshop CS4 Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book) 2008/11/07 ) Adobe Illustrator Cs4 Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book) Team ( Adobe Pr 2008/11/11 )

Further Reading (available at APU Library) (Please click on a title to view the location) How to use the reserve section

Adobe Flash CS4 Professional How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques (How-Tos) Mark Schaeffer ( Adobe Pr 2008/12 ) Adobe Flash CS4 Professional Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book) ( Adobe Pr 2008/10/31 ) ActionScript 3.0 for Adobe Flash CS4 Professional (Classroom in a Book) ( Adobe Pr 2008/11/13 )

Other materials

 

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Misc. Notes

The following should be noted when entering Information Processing Classrooms: (1) Do not bring in any food or drinks. (2) Do not smoke inside the classroom. (3) Do not bring any wet umbrellas or coats. (4) Turn off cellular phones. (5) Do not use cosmetics. (6) Do not leave any trash on the computer desk or in classroom. (7) Do not talk loudly. (8) Other activities that may disturb others or harm equipment are prohibited. Students who violate these rules can be denied permission to enter the classroom. 0977-78-1221 dahlan@ apu.ac.jp ftp://report1.apu.ac.jp/InstructionalMaterials/dahlan/ http://www.adobe.com/      

Office Phone No. E-mail Address CourseCourse-related links 1 CourseCourse-related links 2 Course-related Courselinks 3 CourseCourse-related links 4 CourseCourse-related links 5

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