Multimediaproduction II
2009-2010 - IMT2501 - 10 ECTS


IMT1071 Multimediaproduction I

Expected learning outcomes

The students shall know and be able to use the technologies and processes involved in the execution of productions where multiple mediatypes are integrated and the publishing is done through various combined channels. In addition they must posess good knowledge of technical operative production management, planning, maintenance and calculation of digital production systems.

In the end they shall be able to initiate, plan, budget, calculate, carry out and publish a live multiple camera production


Audio and video technology:

  • Mics
  • Kamera
  • Mixer
  • Digital postproduction
  • Filters/effects
  • Monitoring
  • Storing
  • Publishing

Technical planning, project management and calculation

Teaching Methods

Laboratory work
Mandatory assignments
Project work

Form(s) of Assessment

Written exam, 3 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

Writen exam (60%)

Project (40%)

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

Re-sit examination

Resit on written exam

Examination support


Coursework Requirements

Practical exersices audio/video. Reflective papers and production log.

Teaching Materials

Digital multimedia by Nigel Chapman og Jenny Chapman.
ISBN: 0-470-85890-7
Paperback xix+679 pages
John Wiley & Sons, February 2004

Replacement course for


Additional information

The course is a part of the Medieproductsion bachelor programme 2. year, and also a elective course in the bacheloir programme for media tachnology, 3rd year.
Exessive workload.

The project has been a fullscale production of the LEGO-robot tournament First Lego League in november.