MULTIMEDIA & ANIMATION

Top 10 Animation Institutes Bangalore

Study Diploma in Multimedia & Animation at IDK.

 

Bring your creative idea to life with Animation. Learn to create 3D Models, Texture, VFX etc.

Animation are the artist who specialize in the creation of animation, it is the process of making the illusion of motion and the illusion of change. 2D and 3D are the sub sets of animation, 3D animation uses computer graphics, which 2D animation is used for stylistic and faster real-time rendering, multimedia can be recorded and played, creative industries use multimedia for varieties of purposes ranging from fine arts to entertainment. Multimedia and animation heavily used in media industry specially to develop special effect.

Animation course Details and fees structure is mentioned below.

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Course Level: Diploma Course
Eligibility: 10th / 12th / Graduates in any stream
Course : Diploma in Multimedia & Animation
Course Code: DMA
Course Duration: 12 Months
Course Fee: 96,800/- ( Incl Of 30% Dis)
Registration Fee: 15,000/-

*Registration fees are Non- Refundable after 5 days from the enrollment.

DIPLOMA IN MULTIMEDIA & ANIMATION SYLLABUS

MODULE 1: BASICS & OFFICE MANAGEMENT

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: History of Computers
Session 3: Generations of Computers
Session 4: Applications of Computers
Session 5: Classifications of Computers
Session 6: Computer Systems Characteristics & Capabilities
Session 7: Block Diagram of Computer
Session 8: Computer Memory
Session 9: Need for Input Output Devices
Session 10: Output Devices

WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: Windows Requirements
Session 3: Style of Your Desktop
Session 4: Configuring Windows & Other Programs
Session 5: Date & Time
Session 6: Display Settings
Session 7: Drives, Files & Folders
Session 8: Windows Explorer
Session 9: Calculator

INTERNET & WEB TECHNOLOGIES
Session 1: Internet & World Wide Web
Session 2: E-Mail
Session 3: Social Media

MICROSOFT OFFICE

MICROSOFT WORD
Session 1: Introduction to Word Processing
Session 2: Starting MS-Word
Session 3: Templates & Wizards
Session 4: Creating & Opening Documents
Session 5: Formatting Text
Session 6: Paragraph Attributes
Session 7: Bullet & Numbered List
Session8: Page Margins
Session 9: Tables
Session 10: Auto Correct
Session 11: Finding & Replacing Text
Session12: Previewing A Document
Session 13: Mail Merge

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
Session 1: Presentation an Introduction
Session 2: PowerPoint An Introduction
Session 3: Creating a Presentation Slide
Session 4: Open an Existing Presentation
Session 5: Auto Layout
Session 6: Components of a PowerPoint Window
Session 7: Using Different Views of a Slide
Session 8: Insert A New Slide
Session 9: Changing Slide Layout
Session 10: Recording Slides
Session 11: Hide Slides
Session 12: Onscreen Presentation
Session 13: Enhancing Presentations with Pictures Animation & Text


MODULE 2: 2D ANIMATION
Session 1: Basic Shapes
Session 2: Characters Using Basic Shapes
Session 3: Objects Drawn Using Basic Shapes
Session 4: Basic Shapes
Session 5: Light & Shadow
Session 6: Principles of Animation


MODULE 3: GRAPHICS & PRINT MEDIA

FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN VISUALIZATION
Session 1: Principles of Design
Session 2: Understanding Colors
Session 3: Graphic Aspects of Design
Session 4: Visualization

PHOTOSHOP
Session 1: Introduction to Photoshop
Session 2: Preparing to Use Photoshop
Session 3: Graphical User Interface
Session 4: Selections
Session 5: Layers
Session 6: Color Theory & Color Corrections
Session 7: Painting
Session 8: Brushes
Session 9: Masking
Session 10: Layer Styles
Session 11: Undo Options
Session 12: Guide, Rules, & The Help Viewer
Session 13: Raster Vs Vector
Session 14: Doctoring Images
Session 15: Smart Objects
Session 16: Gradient
Session 17: Blending Modes
Session 18: Clone, Heal & Patch Tool
Session 19: Multi-layer Compositing
Session 20: Filters & Special Effects
Session 21: Power of Automation
Session 22: Intermediate Layer Concepts
Session 23: Output Options
Session 24: Camera Raw
Session 25: Special Effects
Session 26: Matte Painting
Session 27: Montage Designing

ILLUSTRATOR
Session 1: Overview of Illustrator Basics
Session 2: Getting to Know the Workspace
Session 3: Essentials of Illustrator
Session 4: Adding Colors
Session 5: Working with Drawing Tools
Session 6: Working with Formatting Text
Session 7: Organizing Your Illustration with Layers
Session 8: Transforming Objects
Session 4: Layers Colors Types & Appearance
Session 5: 3d, Special Effects & Working with Images
Session 6: Blends, Mesh, Mask & Libraries
Session 7: Working with Symbols
Session 8: Using Effects & Transparency
Session 9: Exporting & Saving Files
Session 10: Advanced Blending Techniques
Session 11: Illustrator & Web
Session 12: Illustrator New Features

INDESIGN
Session 1: Introduction to InDesign
Session 2: Interface
Session 3: Setting Up the Document
Session4: Toolbox
Session5: Organizing the Document
Session6: Formatting Text
Session7: Type Menu
Session 8: Using Colors
Session 9: Working with Image Objects
Session 10: Working with Graphic Objects
Session 11: Working with Elements
Session 12: Exporting to PDF

CORELDRAW
Session 1: Introduction to Corel Draw
Session 2: Interface
Session 3: Controlling Documents & Pages
Session 4: Measuring & Drawing
Session 5: Zooming & Viewing
Session 6: Essential Objects
Session 7: Creating Basic Shapes
Session 8: Drawing with Line Tool
Session 9: Cutting, Shaping, & Reshaping Objects
Session 10: Organizing Objects
Session 11: Text Properties
Session 12: Linking Text to Objects
Session 13: Object Outline Properties
Session 14: Color Fills
Session 15: Blends & Contours
Session 16: Lens & Transparency Effects
Session 17: Depth with Shadows
Session 18: Power Clips
Session 19: Web Resources
Session 20: Customization


MODULE 4: WEB DESIGNING

HTML
Session 1: Introduction to Html
Session 2: Hyperlinking Websites
Session 3: Creating Frames & Tables

FLASH
Session 1: Introduction to Flash
Session2: Drawing Techniques
Session 3: Color Essentials
Session 4: Symbols
Session 5: Timeline
Session 6: Exporting & Testing Files
Session 7: Image Essentials
Session 8: Animation Essentials
Session 9: Text Essentials
Session 10: Filters & Blends
Session 11: Components
Session 12: Sound Essentials
Session 13: Video Essentials
Session 14: Action Script

DREAM WEAVER
Session 1: Activating Your Web Space
Session 2: Getting Started
Session 3: Site Management
Session 4: Creating A Home Page
Session 5: Design & Layout
Session 6: Inserting Images
Session 7: Using Tables
Session 8: Adding Design Elements
Session 9: Previewing in Browser
Session 10: Creating Hyperlinks
Session 11: Inserting Special Media
Session 12: Uploading Files to The Web
Session 13: Downloading Files from The Web
Session 14: Testing Your Website for Accessibility


MODULE 5: CONCEPTS OF AUDIO & VIDEO

ADOBE PREMIERE
Session 1: Introduction to Premiere
Session 2: Becoming Familiar with Digital Video
Session 3: Basic Video & Audio Editing in Premiere
Session 4: Fine Tuning in Timeline
Session 5: Adding Transitions
Session 6: Adding Speed / Slow Motion
Session 7: Basic Video Effect
Session 8: Adding Titles on The Timeline
Session 9: Exporting Project
Session 10: Adding Graphics
Session 11: Keyframes
Session 12: Intermediate Audio Features & Effects

SONY SOUND FORGE / ADOBE SOUND BOOTH
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: Learning the Audio Studio Workspace
Session 3: Getting Started
Session 4: Changing File Properties & Formats
Session 5: Using Markers & Regions
Session 6: Applying Process & Effects
Session 7: Recording, Extracting & Burning


MODULE 6: CONCEPTS OF VFX

ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: Getting Started
Session 3: Work space & Workflow
Session 4: Projects & Compositions
Session 5: Importing Footage
Session 6: Layers & Properties
Session 7: Views & Previews
Session 8: Animation & Key frames
Session 9:  Effects & Animation Presets
Session 10: Motion Tracking
Session 11: Transparency & Compositing
Session 12: Markers
Session 13: Expression & Automation
Session 14: Rendering & Exporting


MODULE 7: CONCEPTS OF 3D ANIMATION

MAYA
Session 1: Introduction to Maya
Session 2: The Interface
Session 3: Primitives & Text
Session 4: Transforming Objects & Components
Session 5: Selecting, Hiding & Templating
Session 6: Grouping & Parenting
Session 7: Nurbs
Session 8: Polygons
Session 9: Deformers
Session 10: Modeling with Maya
Session 11: Animation
Session 12: Character Setup
Session 13: Parenting & Binding
Session 14: Shades, Material, & Mapping
Session 15: Lights
Session 16: Dynamics
Session 17: Camera Setup
Session 18: Rendering

3DS MAX
Session 1: Introduction
Session 2: 3ds Max Interface
Session 3: Setting Up Project Workflow
Session 4: Modeling In 3ds Max
Session 5: Architecture Model
Session 6: Introduction to Animation
Session 7: Animation Principles
Session 8: Character Poly Modeling
Session 9: Texture & UV
Session 10: Rigging
Session 11: Lightning Interior
Session 12: 3ds Max Rendering
Session 13: Mental Ray


INDUSTRY STANDARD PORTFOLIO

CAREER OPPORTUNITES

Diploma in  Multimedia & Animation offers you ocean of job opportunities such as web designers, computer graphics, computer gaming designers, advertising graphics, animations in news media multimedia professionals are also recruited in schools, publishing house films, video conferencing, flash developers, publishers, graphics artist, sound experts, animators, content providers, project managers & picture researcher.

SATISFACTORY COMPLETION

In order to be awarded the "DIPLOMA IN MULTIMEDIA & ANIMATION", students are supposed to give their Theory and Practical exams for each module. If the student fails to attend the exam on the given date, re-exam will be conducted. Its mandatory to give exam for each module as mentioned in the curriculum. Demo reel / precise project of the elective subject has to be submitted to the head of the department at the course completion.
*(Please Note: Student failing to attend 80% of timetable program/ particular course will not be eligible to attend exams)

COURSE TIME TABLE

Classes are held Monday to Saturday, class will be scheduled as Practicals & Theory sessions in a week as (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) MWF & (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) TTHS cycle

MULTIMEDIA & ANIMATION