Professional Certificate in Film Compositing
On completion of this course, learners are able to plan, manage and execute a film compositing production project through research and analysis, conceptualization and visualization; they can apply film compositing and VFX cinematography production skills to produce a short visual effects video and create professional film compositing effects according to the postproduction requirement.
CDM4003Y – Visual Effects Compositing (30 hrs)
CDM4004Y – Digital Scene Compositing Design (30 hrs)
CDM4005Y – VFX Cinematography (30 hrs)
Please visit PEEC website for details https://hkdi.edu.hk/en/peec/peec_programme.php?peec_programme=professional-certificate-in-film-compositing
This course is listed as reimbursable under Continuing Education Fund (CEF). Applicants are eligible to reimburse course fee for courses that commence within the CEF registration period (26 October 2022 – 31 August 2026).
This course is recognised under the Qualifications Framework (QF Level ).
21 years old or above with 2 years relevant working experience
Five HKCEE subjects at Grade E / Level 2 or above, including English Language and Chinese Language, or equivalent
Five HKDSE subjects at Level 2 or above including English Language and Chinese Language, or equivalent
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