Order Pre/1612/2015, 23 July, Which Are Updated Five Professional Qualifications Of The Professional Family Image And Sound, Collected In The National Catalogue Of Professional Qualifications, Established By Royal Decree 295/2004, D...

Original Language Title: Orden PRE/1612/2015, de 23 de julio, por la que se actualizan cinco cualificaciones profesionales de la familia profesional Imagen y Sonido, recogidas en el Catálogo Nacional de Cualificaciones Profesionales, establecidas por Real Decreto 295/2004, d...

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Organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, qualifications and vocational training, aims in the management of an integrated system of vocational training, qualifications and accreditation, to respond with efficiency and transparency to the social and economic demands through training practices. To do so, creates the national system of qualifications and vocational training, defining it in article 2.1 as a set of instruments and actions necessary to promote and develop the integration of offers of training, through the national catalogue of professional qualifications, as well as the evaluation and accreditation of the corresponding professional skills, in such a way that it promotes professional and social development of the people and the needs of the production system are covered.

The national catalogue of professional qualifications, according to article 7.1, is created with the purpose of facilitating the integrated nature and the adequacy between vocational training and the labour market, as well as lifelong training, the mobility of workers and the labour market unit. This catalogue is constituted by the qualifications identified in the productive system and the training associated with them, which is organised in training modules.

Article 5.3 of the organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, attributed to the National Institute of qualifications, the responsibility to define, develop and keep updated the national catalogue of professional qualifications, in his capacity as technical support body to the Council General of vocational training, whose regulatory development contained in article 9(2) of the Royal Decree 1128 / 2003 , 5 September, which regulates the national catalogue of professional qualifications, establishing in its article 9.4, the obligation to keep it permanently updated through periodic review which, in any case, must be made within a period not exceeding five years from the date of inclusion of the qualification in the catalog.

This order is issued pursuant to Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September, which lays down the specific aspects of professional qualifications for as amended, procedure of approval and effects is therefore implementation article 7.3 of the organic law 5/2002, of 19 June, qualifications and vocational training who in their processing obtained opinion of the Council of State number 618/2014, July 23, 2014.

Thus, in the present order is updated, by replacing complete its annexes, five professional qualifications of the professional family image and sound with an antique in the national catalogue of professional qualifications more than five years, which is implementing Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September.

In the process of elaboration of this order the autonomous communities have been consulted and they have issued report the General Council for vocational training and the State School Board.

In his virtue, a joint proposal from the Minister of education, culture and sport and Minister of employment and Social Security, have: article 1. Object and scope of application.

This ministerial order aims to upgrade five professional qualifications corresponding to the professional family image and sound, leading to the replacement of annexes corresponding, in application of Royal Decree 817/2014, of 26 September, which establishes the specific aspects of professional qualifications for as amended, procedure of approval and effects is article 7.3(a) of the organic law 5/2002 19 June, qualifications and vocational training.

Up-to-date professional qualifications are valid and are applicable throughout the national territory and do not constitute a regulation of professional practice.

Article 2. Update on the professional family image and sound professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 295/2004, of 20 February, which establishes certain professional qualifications that are included in the national vocational qualifications catalogue, as well as its relevant training modules which are incorporated into the catalogue modular vocational training.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of Royal Decree 295/2004 of 20 February, proceed to the update of the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex LXXVI of said Royal Decree: a new wording is given at Annex LXXVI, professional qualification «2D and 3D animation». Level 3. IMS076_3, which appears as annex I of this order.

Article 3. Update of professional qualification of the professional family image and sound established by Royal Decree 1228 / 2006 of 27 October, which complemented the national catalogue of professional qualifications through the establishment of certain professional qualifications, as well as its relevant training modules which are incorporated into the catalogue modular vocational training.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1228 / 2006, on 27 October, proceeds to update the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in the annex CCXX of the aforementioned Royal Decree: a new wording is given at Annex CCXX, «The filmmaking and audiovisual support» professional qualification. Level 3. IMS220_3, which appears as annex II to this order.

Article 4. Update of three professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 1200 / 2007 of 14 September, whereby the national catalogue of professional qualifications, is complemented by the establishment of three professional qualifications of the family professional image and sound.

Pursuant to the sole additional provision of the Royal Decree 1228 / 2006, on 27 October, proceeds to update the professional qualification whose specifications are contained in annexes CCXCIV, CCXCV and CCXCVI of the aforementioned Royal Decree: one. A new wording is given to annex CCXCIV, professional qualification «Film, video and television camera». Level 3. IMS294_3, which appears as annex III to the present order.

Two. A new wording is given to annex CCXCV, «Development of interactive multimedia audiovisual products» professional qualification. Level 3. IMS295_3, which appears as annex IV of this order.

3. A new wording is given to annex CCXCVI, "Mounting and postproduction of audiovisual" professional qualification. Level 3. IMS296_3, which appears as annex V of the present order.

First final provision. Skill-related title.

This order is issued by virtue of the powers which attributes to the State the article 149.1.1. 2nd and 30th of the Constitution, on regulation of the basic conditions that guarantee the equality of all Spaniards in the exercise of rights and in the fulfilment of the constitutional duties, and for the regulation of the conditions of procurement, issuance and recognition of academic and professional qualifications.

Second final provision. Entry into force.

This ministerial order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, 23 July 2015.-the Vice-President of the Government and Minister of the Presidency, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón.

Annex I professional qualification: Animation 2D and 3D professional family: image and sound level: 3 code: IMS076_3 general competence generate and develop 2D graphic representations, models, animations, spaces and 3D effects for interactive and audiovisual productions from the parameters indicated by the producer or director of animation.



Units of competence UC0213_3: define the parameters of creation of the defined project, selecting and setting up teams to perform the animation of graphic representations UC0214_3: modelling and graphically represent the elements that make up the animation UC0215_3: encourage, enlighten, coloring the generated sources and placed virtual cameras, 'render' and apply final effects environment professional scope professional develops his professional activity in the area of multimedia dedicated to animation 2D and 3D in large medium-sized and small enterprises in audiovisual and interactive productions, public or proprietary, so account employed as an autonomous, irrespective of its legal form. It develops its activity depending on, where appropriate, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Sectors production is located in the audiovisual sector: film, television, video, video games, interactive multimedia, advertising, simulations, design, and any other industry that has any of these activities.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

3D animators animators 2D packing Shaper 3D Illuminators 3D Riggers digital graphic generators spaces virtual 3D training associate (510 hours) special effects technicians training modules
MF0213_3: Pre-production of animation (150 hours) MF0214_3: modeling and graphic animation (210 hours) MF0215_3: analog and digital animation (150 hours) unit of competition 1: define the parameters of creation of the project defined, selecting and configuring the equipment for perform the animation of representations graphic level: 3 code: UC0213_3 realizations professionals and implementation criteria : RP 1: analyze the General characteristics of the animation project to optimize time and the performance of the work.

CR 1.1 project type is identified from the documentation provided by the customer in determining global production times and needs.

CR 1.2 the documentation received orders and own observations according to the objectives of the project are generated.

1.3 CR phase and the method of work are determined and optimizing the implementation of the project and checking that it conforms to the production times are planned.

CR 1.4 libraries external sources are identified from the 'storyboard' or the hyphen managing its acquisition, always depending on the project budget.

CR 1.5 files / file types are determined by considering the characteristics of the project.

2 RP: Determine the expressive and communicative needs of the project setting and defining the parameters of creation.

CR 2.1 the style representation is identified according to the characteristics of the project while maintaining its stylistic continuity and adjusting to the needs of the same.

CR 2.2 the narrative structure, its expressive and dramatic features, and its continuity are adapting the representations provided for animation.

CR 2.3 duration of playback speeds and levels are identified by placing the points of inflection of the animation.

CR 2.4 characteristics of the representation be 2D or 3D (the depth of color, resolution, degree of detail, and behaviors) are determined depending on the needs of the project established based on the script and the indications received.

3 RP: Configure and determine teams for the realization of the project of animation from the documentation provided with the previous designs.

CR 3.1 equipment hardware, software or other technologies needed, both creation and capture and dump, are determined to conform to technical and budgetary needs of the project.

3.2 CR process and techniques «render» determine optimising the performance of work according to the characteristics of the production.

CR 3.3 teams work standalone or multi-user, monitors and both movement and sound capture devices, are configured for the correct representation of the project considering the needs of the same.

CR 3.4 backup system is determined depending on project and support of supply which is generated.



Professional context: means of production: computer, 3D software, graphic creation software, painted 3D software, libraries of textures and models, digital camera, scanner, Tablet.



Products and results: production, documentation of the work to develop equipment.



Used or generated information: technical writer, '' storyboard' ', illustrated sketches, breakdown of script, models files, director of animation and lighting instructions.



Unit 2 competition: Model and represent GRAPHICALLY the elements that make up the animation level: 3 code: UC0214_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: build and represent drawings, models and / scenarios for the completion of the animation based on the data provided in the sketches and original designs as well as the 'storyboard'.

1.1 CR basic primitives are modelled and apply deformations of the mesh generating the necessary models that are specified in the script or on the 'storyboard', from a reference graph on the screen or in the original designs.

CR 1.2 subject to deformation models section is considering the possible folds that can be generated in their different poses.

1.3 CR different expressions or changes in form ('morph') models are prepared, tagging them and classifying them according to the demands of the 'storyboard'.

CR 1.4 models and representations are stored and catalogued according to the directions set out in the production in its different versions.

2 RP: Create bone structures necessary to enable movement and expressiveness of different models or elements subject to deformations.

2.1 CR structures or skeletons are created by setting the hierarchy, the size of the bones and the axis of rotation to fit the most to the same skin, allowing deformation of screens and creating the different poses and expressions defined in the project.

CR 2.2 controls for manipulation of models are created in the major joints of the skeleton and the elements facial to facilitating the creation of movements and expressions.

CR 2.3 different parts of geometry and skin of the character are handled by defining the degree of attraction of each of the bones of the structure is composed.

CR 2.4 deformation of geometry are checked by making small movements with each of the joints and expressive elements, so it is correct and consistent, making the adjustments required by the 'storyboard'.

3 RP: Generate and apply textures and colors to the constituent elements of the animation sketches, original designs, whereas the "storyboard" and received indications.

CR 3.1 the geometry of different models is displayed on a plane ('unwrap'), allowing the colored areas that compose it.

The colored 3.2 CR manually or with software painting done and generated textures of the elements with the appropriate graphic creation software, or recover the corresponding libraries, whereas the color chart specifications and the specifications of the script.

CR 3.3 models textures are applied through materials and can adjust the parameters of color, brightness, auto lighting, transparency, highlights, and movement (if the texture was dynamic) adapting them to 3D volumes and the dramatic needs of the project.

3.4 CR quality and coherence of the painted and the textures are tested in different positions, contrasting them with the «layout» from «renderings» previous.

CR 3.5 final models and final representations are saved, cataloging them according to the directions set out in the production in its different versions.

CR 3.6 images, textures and graphic sources maps are sorted and catalogued for use in the project, noting references suitable for use by the team and making copies of work of all referenced material to avoid possible loss of information.

4 RP: Composing the elements in the space as specified in the "storyboard" and original designs.

CR 4.1 the constituent elements of the scene, are drawings or objects, are determined and interpreted to recover them from the generated files or from the library, placing them in the scene from the data extracted from the "storyboard" and original floor plans CR 4.2 the elements generated by the shapers are integrated into the space by placing the lights and the necessary cameras determined in the script and "storyboard".

CR 4.3 properties of models recompose and adjusted from 'renderings' partial according to the need for control, keeping the scene in the appropriate files.



Professional context: means of production: computer, 3D software, graphic creation software, painted 3D software, libraries of textures and models, digital camera, scanner, digitizer, drawing, tracing table table.



Products and results: spaces, graphic representations, models and 3D objects.



Used or generated information: technical writer, 'storyboard', illustrated sketches, breakdown of script, models files, director of animation and lighting instructions.



Unit 3 competition: Encourage, ENLIGHTEN, coloring the generated sources and placed virtual cameras, 'RENDERIZAR' and apply the effects end level: 3 code: UC0215_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: animate the elements represented according to the technique specified in the project of its expressive features.

1.1 CR virtual cameras are located and dare (if the plane required) according to the definition of the script and the «storyboard» configuring your point of view, focal length, depth of field, shutter and its typology of plane.

CR 1.2 elements are animated in the scene by moving the key elements to make them coincide with the key points defined in the 'storyboard', whether by reference points using techniques such as "motion-capture" (motion capture) or "rotoscoping" (copy of a real animation), whether intermediate or final, or by behaviors programmed from scripts (code «scripts»).
CR 1.3 the necessary positions between start and end of movement (sandwiched) are drawn according to the guidelines and the letter of animation set, providing the elements that appear in the expressive needs of the scene.

CR 1.4 the key elements of the animation are synchronized with the reference sources to conform to the need for representation of the labial or bodily movements and video sources.

CR 1.5 routes to be followed by the lights and cameras, models or drawings are defined to translate 'storyboard' sequence to the animation through the audiovisual language, by adjusting the properties of the lights and cameras to suit the type of plane.

1.6 CR times and speed elements, models or drawings, are adjusted to maintain the dramatic structure adapting to the times established in the production.

CR 1.7 narrative continuity, the dramatic development, and synchronization with other media contrasted with the "storyboard" and sources of reference, adjusting the parameters of the script and guaranteeing the quality of the work in order to give validity prior to the final 'render'.

2 RP: Position and set the parameters of the animation and lighting for the correct representation of the scene.

CR 2.1 lights are positioned and aligned so that they have an impact with the angle necessary in different parts of the scene, by setting the values of strength, tone and shade needed to adapt the final image to the 'layout' or the 'storyboard' maintaining a homogeneous line at all levels of the sequence.

CR 2.2 «render» options are parameterized by defining the degree of representation, depth of color, final resolution and other parameters depending on the used software depending on the specifications of the project.

CR 2.3 final finish effects is applied whereas the narrative and technical needs of the project.

CR 2.4 the realization of different passes of «renderings» is carried out by checking the different parameters are adjusted to the needs and characteristics of the project.

3 RP: «Render», evaluate the product and define support output for other media.

CR 3.1 the final «render» executes by setting which is the file to generate, depending on the functional characteristics of the animation, and if it will be subject to software, "sprites" for video games, film to video or others-oriented.

CR 3.2 final animation parameters are verified that they correspond to the expectations of the project considering their characteristics and future projections.

CR 3.3 generated material is labeled and classified according to the indications of the project for its location and subsequent reuse, facilitating its product in its corresponding form other teams, whether digital or analog, support and technical information from the animation, as well as times.



Professional context: means of production: computer, 3D software, software for graphics creation and animation, painted 3D software, libraries of textures and models, digital camera, scanner, Tablet, capture of natural movements, faked.



Products and results: 3D animations, 3D spaces and traditional animation and acetates.



Used or generated information: technical writer, 'storyboard', illustrated sketches, breakdown of script, models files, director of animation and lighting instructions.



TRAINING module 1: pre-production animation level: 3 code: MF0213_3 associated with UC: define the parameters of creation of the defined project, selecting and setting up teams to perform the animation of graphic representations duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: analyze the project documentation and determine the means appropriate to the accomplishment of the animation.

CE1.1 identify different animation techniques employed in audiovisual projects.

CE1.2 describe the construction and working of an animation method.

CE1.3 describe the file system of the generated animation project sources, whether analog or digital.

CE1.4 in a so-called practical project concrete of a film of animation, characterized by the script, 'storyboard', technical writer, sketches and animation menu:-identify the communicative characteristics (types of plans, style according to type or kind of project.

-Determine the technical characteristics of the project (acetates, materials, frame-by-frame, interpolation.)

-Planning the work.

CE1.5 in a so-called practical from a specific project of an animated film, accurately characterized by technical documentation:-collect and sort the documentation collected or provided.

-Determine the method of construction and work.

-Plan the work order.

-Determine the generated source file system either analog or digital.

C2: Analyzing the narrative structure and the elements of audiovisual language used in animation projects.

CE2.1 identify the characteristics of technical scripts and 'storyboard' employees in the animation.

CE2.2 analyze graphical representation techniques employed in animation projects.

CE2.3 in a so-called practical from a specific project of an animated film, characterized by "storyboard" and the technical and literary screenplay:-interpret the script and messages transmitted.

-Determine the aesthetics and the type of presentation of the product.

-Determine and identify the narrative structure of the animation.

-Determine the pace of actions and the total time of the planes.

-To determine the degree of interactivity of the product.

CE2.4 a practical course of an animation project in applying the theory of color and composition, characterized by "storyboard" and the technical and literary screenplay:-determine the composition of the elements in the frame.

-To determine the relationship of colors of the elements that make up the scene and their relationship.

-Determine the planes of depth of the plane.

-Determine the expressive value of the tracing and shape.

C3: Analyze sources (sounds, images, sequential models of real or synthetic video, text, graphics, or other) that conform to the technical and narrative needs of animation and set up the technical means to develop the animation according to the characteristics of the production project.

CE3.1 identify the channels of obtaining sources of payment or public and the impact of copyright of to his selection for the job.

CE3.2 identify still-image capture (scanning, dump) and moving procedures to be used in the animation.

CE3.3 in a practical case of a particular project's analysis of the sources to be used in a film characterized by precise technical documentation animation:-determine conversion from source systems to be used in the project.

-Capturing or importing video and audio sources to be used in the project through the use of relevant applications.

-Scan images and photographs to be used in the project.

-Make a font file system.

CE3.4 identify the characteristics and connection of the technical equipment and its elements, used in digital animation.

CE3.5 identify the characteristics of the types of work software used in digital animation.

CE3.6 identify the characteristics of image file formats, video and data to employees in digital animation.

CE3.7 identify the sources and backup storage systems used in digital animation.

CE3.8 in a practical case of a concrete project of a digital animated film characterized by the technical script, "storyboard" and chart animation:-identify and select the necessary technical equipments that conform to the project.

-Determine the file formats and software applications that conform to the project.

-Configure digital systems to adapt them to the technical needs of the project.

-Connect the different teams between whether it be through a network or connection inlet/outlet.

-Determine the system copies of security or storage of sources.

-Check the correct functioning of the equipment.

CE3.9 identify the technical equipment of traditional animation and its elements and connections of digital capture devices.

CE3.10 in a practical case of a concrete project of a traditional animated film, characterized by the technical script, "storyboard" and chart animation:-identify and select the necessary technical equipments that conform to the project.

-Prepare the table of tracing and adjust their guides.

-Select appropriate working materials (acetates, inks, etc.) depending on the type of technique used.

-Select the right tools (brushes, pencils, among others) to correctly represent the necessary elements.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with regard to CE1.4 and CE1.5; C2 CE2.3 and CE2.4; Complete C3.

Other skills: be responsible for the fulfilment of the objectives and the work that develops.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.
Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Propose alternatives with the aim of improving results.



Contents: 1. the interactive film, video and multimedia industry companies in the sector.

Organizational structures.



2. processes of production of animation production systems and production strategies.

Phases and development process.

Technologies and materials used.

Products: types, characteristics and communicative function.

Documentation of production. The Charter of animation.



3. audiovisual narrative Visual and audible codes in the audiovisual narrative.

Time and space in the audiovisual narrative.

Elements and principles of audiovisual continuity.

Audiovisual rhythm and movement.

Key concepts of animation.



4. the organization performance and mechanical processes of realization of animation technique.

Staging.

Interpolation and frame-by-frame.

The script of animation technique.



5. the mechanical structure of the script the script in the production phase.

The dramatic construction: history and its characteristics, interactivity.

Types of script: according to the idea, depending on the medium, depending on the genre.

Film and video genres.



6 technical resources and video-film Hardware and digital systems.

Networks.

Table tracing and traditional systems.

Capture systems and dump.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the definition of the parameters of creation of the defined project, selecting and setting up teams to perform the animation of graphic representations, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: modeling and representation graph in animation level: 3 code: MF0214_3 associated with UC: modelling and graphically represent the elements that make up the animation duration: 210 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: graph or model elements defined in an animation project.

CE1.1 interpreting drawings and sketches of scenes, models and graphic representations in order to determine the measures and proportions of models generate.

CE1.2 identify the system modeling and level of detail to be used in production.

CE1.3 configure and identify the different views of the models in order to generate references the modeling tool and adjust them to the maximum.

CE1.4 generate different deformations necessary to enable the different expressions on the models.

CE1.5 in a practical case of a concrete project of a digital animated film characterized by the script and the 'storyboard':-identify all the documentation describing the element modeling.

-Include references of the model in the interface of modeling program.

-Define units of measure.

-Determine the modeling system to be used.

-Generate the model with the level of detail defined in the project.

-Disconnect parts of the model taking into account the possible movements and deformations that are defined in the project.

-Define different necessary facial expressions.

-Generate images of the finished model, without colour and from several points of view.

-Store and classify the model accompanied by images generated on the place indicated on the control of production of the project.

C2: Provide structures of bones for the movements and deformations that the models require.

CE2.1 determine the movements and expressions of each model needs.

CE2.2 define necessary bone structures and their hierarchy.

CE2.3 controls that facilitate the hosts control the expressions and movements of the models.

CE2.4 in a practical case of a project with models that require different deformation characterized by precise technical documentation:-import model to be machined.

-Create bone structure adapted to the shape of the model.

-Define support controls or control of expressions to facilitate manipulation of the model.

-Check the correct functioning of the system created.

C3: Generate and apply colors and textures in scenes both as traditional digital animation.

CE3.1 identify the sketches of the model to texturing in order to determine the colors and style of the necessary materials.

CE3.2 generate textures for applying them in 3D objects or represent them on drawings of traditional animation.

CE3.3 interpret color charts in order to be able to apply the colors appropriate to each layer according to its depth.

Precise CE3.4 in a so-called practical from an animation 3d characterized by technical documentation project:-deploy and stretch mesh on a plane ('unwrap') to facilitate the colored and textured.

-Create or collect from libraries, different textures.

-Determine the qualities of materials, colors, reflection, refraction, embossing, etc.

-Appoint each texture and material referencing the part of the model to which it applies, taking into account that these names are unique to the project.

-Apply materials to the models.

-Make small 'renders' to check that the materials conform to the requirements of the production.

-Store and classify model textured with files of textures that have been used to generate the materials.

CE3.5 in a practical course of a traditional animation project, characterized by the precise technical documentation:-determine the painting methods to be used in the project.

-Select painting tools appropriate to the project.

-Coloring drawings or representations according to the design of the project with precision.

-Creating and applying textures.

-Archived material made identifying it correctly according to the guidelines of the project.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2 and C3 complete.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. illustration analysis and representation of simple and complex shapes. The compositional space.

The line, the outline, sensitive stroke.

He points to the natural.

The composition. Their expressive value. Balance. Tension. Weight. Direction. Space: physical and perceptual.

Textures and its expressive value.

Compositional strategies.

Drawing in perspective. Systems of spatial representation.

Drawing of retention.

Drawing of movement.

Mnemonic drawing.

Interpretation of the form. Personality projection.

Materials and instruments.

Anatomy.



2. color theory and technique of color.

Pixel, resolution.

Color depth.

Type of files and files.



3 modeling volume.

Expression of the form.

Descriptive geometry.

Primitives, meshes 'polyeditables' and 'nurbs'.

Particles.

Skeletons and structures.

Technological tools.

Composition in 3D and proportion.

Ambience.

Modifiers.

Mechanics.

Pesos.



4 textured reflection.

Refraction.

Relief.

Displacement.

Properties of light: environmental, diffuse, specular.

Autoiluminacion.

Brightness.

Fresnel.



5. components and properties of the light intensity. Density. Color and size.

Projections.

Types of lighting: soft, hard light.

Volumetric light.

Ambient light.

Shadows.



6 ' Rigging' bones.

Hierarchy.

Cinematic: Direct and inverse.

Links.

Rotary joints.

Animation controllers.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.
Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to modeling and graphical representation of the elements that make up the animation, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: DIGITAL animation and analog level: 3 code: MF0215_3 associated with UC: encourage, enlighten, coloring the generated sources and placed virtual cameras, 'render' and apply final effects duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: animate models and graphic representations.

CE1.1 identify the type of virtual cameras to use in animation projects, analyzing their optical properties and focus features.

CE1.2 identify the points of view of the composition and the movement used in animations.

CE1.3 analyze and select animation techniques to conform to the requirements of the project.

CE1.4 identify the routes, timeline, key frames of the animation.

CE1.5 define the Mise en scene and the drama of the animation.

CE1.6 identify the routes, timeline, key frames of the animation.

CE1.7 analyze sources of sound to coordinate timing of lipsticks.

CE1.8 interpret charts of animation for the correct representation of the animation project.

CE1.9 in a so-called practical concrete a digital animated film project characterized by the technical script and the '' storyboard' ':-import the generated models.

-Locate the cameras on the scene.

-Adjust the focal parameters of cameras.

-Adjust routes and focal changes.

-Trace in the track editor and timeline models.

-Determine where are located the key frames of the animation.

-Determine paths or routes that models will follow.

-Use structures animatics or skeletons.

-Register the signal from techniques of uptake of natural movements.

-Animate frame-by-frame or via keyframes and animation curves.

-Express the dramatic demands of the script with the movements of the characters.

-Synchronize models with external sources both labials movements or coordination with elements of video.

-Fine-tune the keyframes in space and time 3D.

-Determine the necessary loops.

-Determine the sensors and collisions. Programming animations AI (artificial intelligence) and VRML (Virtual reality modeling language).

-Determine the necessary changes.

-Preview and validate the animation.

-Make backup copies.

CE1.10 in a so-called practical concrete a traditional animated film project characterized by the technical script and the '' storyboard' ':-to represent or draw frame-by-frame.

-Maintain the style of representation in traditional animation.

-Check the continuity of the animation.

-Synchronize models with external sources both labials movements or coordination with elements of video.

-Acceleration and deceleration apply the keyframes.

-Use slides and acetates.

-Operate materials with safety, cleanliness and precision.

-Determine the necessary changes.

-Scan the sketches to preview the animation.

-Preview and validate the animation.

C2: Illuminating the scene in the case of a 3D animation.

CE2.1 identify the final style of representation of the scene.

CE2.2 identify the environment where it develops the scene, interior, exterior, sunny, cloudy, among others.

CE2.3 in a practical course of characterized by technical script and the 'storyboard' 3D animation:-identify the final style of representation of the scene.

-Turn on the lights.

-Define the environment: ambient light, exposure control, among others.

-Set the values of the «renderer».

-Checking the continuity of plans similar to ensure a homogenous lighting.

-Define passes "renders" or layers required for each frame.

-Make «renderings» end of some frames in the scene to check the final result.

-Storing and cataloging the plane without overwriting previously animated plane.

C3: «Render» animated sequences and perform the export of animations to files or audiovisual media.

CE3.1 analyze and identify the «render» system to use according to the animation project.

CE3.2 identify the need for previous "renders" of individual images to preview the image quality.

CE3.3 analysis of the type of «render» servers used in digital animation.

CE3.4 identify supports or formats for the dissemination of the product of animation.

CE3.5 in a practical course of characterized by technical script and the 'storyboard' 3D animation:-select the type of «render».

-Determine the necessary parameters of «render», according to the specifications of the project.

-Carry out an estimate of time of «render».

-Carry out a prior «render» low quality.

-Check the narrative continuity of the animation.

-Adjust the parameters of «render» as a file type of output, resolution, depth of color, among others.

-Make the «render» checking the result.

-Configure the outputs of the equipment for the export of the animation.

-Export the animation to other media or formats for broadcast.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2 and C3 complete.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. animation movement in animation.

Key frames.

The movement in the box and in the detail.

Retinal persistence applied to animation.

Materials: acetate, onion paper.



2. motion playback times and times of action. Loops.

Accelerations and decelerations.

Routes of camera movements.

Techniques of capturing real movements.



3 expression and dramaturgy in the animation weights and mechanical behavior of bodies.

Synchronization of lipsticks in the animated models.



4. 2D and 3D interpolation of images and frame-by-frame animation.

Editor of tracks and timelines.

Cinematic: Direct and inverse.

Sensors and collisions.

Interactive 3D animation (VRML).

Particles and 'plug-ins'.

«Renderings»: «render» types and features.

Media and film formats for traditional and digital animations.



5 lighting components and properties of light.

Intensity.

Density.

Color and size.

Refraction and reflection.

Projections.

Types of lighting: traditional or Global.

Volumetric light.

Ambient light.

Direct light.

Color scape.

Shadows (soft or hard).



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to animation, lighting and coloring of the generated sources and the location of virtual cameras, «render» and implementation of final effects, which will be credited by using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex II professional qualification: Assistance to the filmmaking and audiovisual works family professional: image and sound level: 3 code: IMS220_3 general competence
Attend the planning, organization and supervision of the preparation and execution of film projects or audiovisual works from the script to the editing and post-production, determining and coordinating the technical, artistic, human means and materials necessary for its achievement in time and with quality established, and adjusting to the marked artistic, formal and technical criteria.



Units of competence UC0700_3: determine the resources needed for the development of the audiovisual project UC0701_3: coordinate the availability and adequacy of the necessary human, technical and artistic resources for filming/recording UC0702_3: organizing and controlling the filming/recording and post-production environment professional scope professional develops processing his professional activity in the area of film and audiovisual production studies recording sets or locations, entities of nature, public or private, large, medium and small companies both on their own and of others, irrespective of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on functional and hierarchically superior (Director or director cinematographic or audiovisual works). In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Sectors production is located in the audiovisual sector: film producers, public and private, international, national, regional or local, television what ever your system broadcasting, television companies, video producers, producing advertising and any other sector that has any of these activities.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

First assistants of direction in film second Adjutant direction in film assistants of realization on video products training associate (450 hours) training modules MF0700_3: planning the film project or audiovisual work (150 hours) MF0701_3: the plan of running and coordination of resources for filming/recording (150 hours) MF0702_3: Organization and the filming/recording and control the process of post-production (150 hours) unit of competition 1 : Determine the resources necessary for development of the AUDIOVISUAL project level: 3 code: UC0700_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: define the resources technical, artistic and human required by the audiovisual project optimizing them based on the analysis of the literary script.

1.1 CR type and intentionality of the audiovisual project are identified by setting their particular characteristics.

CR 1.2 formal and aesthetic aspects of the project are identified by defining times, historical and artistic styles and expressive aspects of light, sound, scenography and the narrative intent of the director.

CR 1.3 the literary script is read by scenes identifying and establishing resources human, material, technical and artistic, necessary to carry out the project, according to the requests of each head of Department: photography, lighting, sound, set design, among others.

2 RP: Determine the most appropriate, aesthetic, formal and technical elements to optimize resources, from the technical script and the 'storyboard', according to the needs of the departments involved.

CR 2.1 equipment and materials are defined and relate to drawing up lists of technical needs where we gather accurate information to coordinate the different teams involved in the making of the audiovisual work, distinguishing:-registration and recruitment of image and sound equipment.

-Equipment, accessories and special machinery of camera movement.

-Lighting stands and accessories equipment.

-Types of brackets and storage of video and audio formats.

-Technical material used for keying effects.

-Visual documentation, graphics and sound.

-Mounting/editing and postproduction of audio and video equipment.

CR 2.2 the venues and their characteristics are identified by scene, moving production to the specific needs of:-studies own or others.

-Natural or constructed sets.

-Interior or exterior spaces.

-Structures and auxiliary equipment.

2.3 CR characteristics and number of characters are identified based on the criteria that address.

CR 2.4 characteristics of wardrobe and characterization of performers or participants are identified, taking into account the aesthetic aspects of the project and its narrative intention.

CR 2.5 final technical elements are determined in coordination with other involved professionals and production equipment, moving him to the decisions taken.

3 PR: Propose the locations most appropriate to the intent of the film project or audiovisual work, taking into account the technical and aesthetic aspects of the audiovisual project.

CR 3.1 locations are identified, studying the script scene by scene, defining his number, main features and needs for the feasibility of the plan of filming.

CR 3.2 reports of the heads of the departments involved, photography, lighting, sound and scenery, are analyzed by determining the characteristics of the locations such as: stage, lighting, sound, location of cameras, embedding of digital effects, power and special technical means.

CR 3.3 the information generated about possible locations is collected in a report or tab, allowing an objective assessment by the director and producer.

CR 3.4 reading of the technical script with all the heads of Department is organized in order to select the most suitable project locations and providing solutions to the problems that may arise during the filming.

4 RP: Define the characteristics of tests of organizing them according to the instructions of the director and actors developing parts of conclusions and data.

CR 4.1 technical and artistic requirements for proofs of actors are established from the breakdown of characters and their characteristics, communicating them to production to make the citations of the artistic staff.

CR 4.2 tests of characterization, makeup, hair and wardrobe for all players are monitored in order to determine times depending on the desired Visual and expressive results.

CR 4.3 information on the dates and times of participation of all actors is monitored, taking the day addresses, phone numbers, and other data to locate them.

CR 4.4 the Organization of trials of actors and specialists (technical and artistic) and artistic script readings are optimized to achieve a better staging.

CR 4.5 stakeholders tests is recorded on video clearly labeling each recording medium to facilitate its review to the management team.

CR 4.6 the parts of conclusions and individual data obtained from testing of players are drafted by facilitating the choice of the cast to Director and producer.



Professional context: means of production: dish, virtual sets, set of recording, foreign locations and interiors, video cameras, cameras, video and/or audio storage media (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs, tape), of capturing audio (canon, personal, hidden and wireless microphones), telephone and fax equipment, telematics (email, Internet, networks), computer equipment (computer, printer, scanner) software specific, furniture and office supplies.



Products and results: Book of breakdown of artistic and technical needs for scenes. List of artistic and technical requirements by departments. Parts of conclusions. Report or records of actors and locations. Leaves of citations.



Used or generated information: budget. Literary screenplay. Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Animateca. Books. Photographs, recordings of locations and actors. Relationship of human and technical requirements by departments. List of characters.



Unit 2 competition: Coordinate the availability and adequacy of human resources, technical and artistic necessary for FILMING/recording level: 3 code: UC0701_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: assist in the elaboration of the plan of filming/recording and documentation and information necessary for the implementation of the audiovisual project following the technical script and direction guidelines.

CR 1.1 the plan of shooting or recording is made, following guidelines address, adjusting to the budget, optimizing time, space and resources, and communicating it to the production department.

CR 1.2 levels are grouped according to their spatial continuity of the changes of light and the narrative of their typology, the difficulty of execution and the availability of interpreters, among other criteria.

CR 1.3 filming or recording plan is coordinated with the work plan drawn up by the production team, being provided for the possible use of 'cover-set'.
1.4 CR levels corresponding to each performer are identified based on the technical play and made the citation parts, informing the production department.

CR 1.5 levels corresponding to each day of shooting are specified from the script technical, according to technical criteria and in coordination with the work plan.

2 RP: Coordinate and verify the preparation of technical and material resources for cinematographic production or audiovisual work, as well as the manufacture of intermediate products, ensuring their suitability, availability and operability.

CR 2.1 the sets, props, auxiliary machinery, machinery for technical materials, theatrical effects for the embedding of digital effects, among others, are checked by contrasting that they are specified by the Department of scenography and post-production and respond to aesthetic and expressive characteristics as defined by the director.

CR 2.2 registry and reproduction of picture and audio elements are coordinated with the Department of photography and sound making sure that they fit the narrative and expressive intentionality defined by the director.

CR 2.3 technical parameters of the equipment are checked by verifying with the professionals responsible for their proper functioning.

CR 2.4 lighting elements are checked by checking with the Department of photography and lighting that are adapted to the narrative and expressive intentionality defined by the director.

CR 2.5 completion of intermediate products necessary for the development of the production (photo-montages, videos, animations, 2D or 3D, virtual scenarios or others as may be required) coordinates with the departments of production, and postproduction monitoring to aesthetic and expressive characteristics as defined by the director.

3 RP: Coordinating human resources (technical and artistic) dependants involved in the execution of the product cinematographic or audiovisual work, following the criteria established by the Department.

CR 3.1 information concerning technical equipment is checked, verifying their availability in the stages of the process in which are involved, their responsibilities and the necessary documentation for the development of their work.

CR 3.2 implementation of the tasks of the technical team during trials is checked, verifying that it runs on the times set by the plan of work and with the required quality, making appropriate corrections.

CR 3.3 artistic trials personnel actions are specified and direct, marking positions and movements when it was necessary, and according to the indications of address.

CR 3.4 decisions and changes decided by the director in the trials score, to take them into account later during filming or recording, communicating to staff affected by them.



Professional context: means of production: plates, virtual sets, set of indoor and outdoor locations, rehearsal rooms, recording, film and video cameras, robotic cameras, objectives, special camera stands (tripod, «travelling», «steadycam», hot-headed, among others), camera, accessories supports storage of video and/or audio (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs), audio (shotgun mic capture equipment personal, wireless and hidden), accessories for microphones (pole, zeppelin, hanger, among others) audio playback systems (headphones, monitors), systems for recording and storage of audio recorders field, among others (DAW), intercom systems, spotlights on interior and exterior («fresnel», «softlight», cycloramas, quartz, among others), (gauze pads, filters and diffusers, among others) lighting fixtures, lighting (tripods, frames brackets (, pantographs, tweezers, among others), «dimmers», scenographic elements (cycloramas, backdrops, forillos), material to the embedding of digital effects (infomercials, points of «tracker», among others), props, computers, software, printers, office supplies.



Products and results: citation sheets. Running orders. Shooting plan. Parts of daily work.



Used or generated information: budget. Literary screenplay. Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Animateca. Relationship of human and technical requirements by departments. Work plan. List of characters. Listings, technical reports and parts. Citation sheets. Running orders.



Unit 3 competition: Organize and control the FILMING/recording and the process of post-production level: 3 code: UC0702_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: Verify that the media and the technical and artistic personnel are prepared, according to the order of the day and according to the terms established in the work plan.

CR 1.1 incorporation of the technical team to its tasks is verified, checking that it conforms to plan and schedule planned.

CR 1.2 receipt of actors is checking that the makeup and costumes correspond with provisions for that session.

CR 1.3 the availability of the necessary elements for image and sound decision is verified by checking its correct disposition and location.

RP 2: Organize the filming/recording of each plane following the criteria or objectives, to achieve the required technical, formal and narrative intent.

CR 2.1 anticipation of planes to roll communicates to all teams involved in the filming/recording, making the preparation of each plane at the established times and corresponding to the shooting plan.

CR 2.2 figuration actions are directed and coordinated to conform to the intention of the script, established phases and its proper implementation, as directed by the director.

CR 2.3 the involvement of individual members of the technical team expected in advance and using established codes and guidelines.

CR 2.4 the correct work order is maintained by explaining the plane to roll, the technical and artistic requirements and the needs of the street according to camera shot cuts.

CR 2.5 intake of video and audio is prevented by giving the relevant orders (silence, sound, action and others) so the director and all departments can develop their work.

CR 2.6 verification of the director takeover is expected to continue with the filming/recording, informing all teams the number of plane to record then.

CR 2.7 a second unit direction is assumed when the director implies, according to his instructions and as described in the script.

CR 2.8 filming/recording process is performed by complying, in its scope, with applicable law of prevention of occupational risks and according to established guidelines.

3 RP: Coordinate the work day so it is fluent and conforms to the plans, preparing tasks for successive days, until the end of the filming/recording process.

CR 3.1 compliance with the plan of work provided for in the plan of shooting is controlled, and in the case of incidents are remakes, informing the production department.

CR 3.2 stops and cuts communicate effectively (rest, food, among others) to all the teams involved.

CR 3.3 work for the next day order prepares together with the production team and director, bearing in mind whether or not is fulfilling the work plan and the possible use of cover set.

4 RP: Have all the audiovisual material necessary for post-production, ordering it and identifying it to provide a plan of Assembly/editing that ensures a fluid work.

CR 4.1 the recording media is ingestan on the server in digital environments, if any, ensuring that they are available for the post-production department.

CR 4.2 recorded video and audio stands minutes accurately, indicating the name of the clip or level, codes of times, content, type of plane, duration and technical and formal issues.

CR 4.3 transfer to post-production format is organized, overseeing all that material that does not support and ensuring its conversion or transcoding.

CR 4.4 the post-production part is produced by collecting all the information relating to the formal content and artistic aspects of all audiovisual material, concise, accurate and recognizable form by any member of the team.

4.5 CR recorded material is stored by ensuring the completion of a backup, and registered relating it with the original file.

RP 5: Meet the needs of the Assembly/editing and suggest alternatives tecnico-artisticas to facilitate the achievement of the objectives of the work.

CR 5.1 flat, music, sound, graphics, 2D or 3D, animation effect virtual stage or other requested items are identified communicating to the rest of the team their location and time code.

5.2 CR audiovisual material is collected in detail, addressing effectively the director requests.

5.3 alternatives CR, effects and transitions are proposed during the Assembly/Edition based on the knowledge of the audiovisual material available.
CR 5.4 communication between the different teams involved in the process of mounting/editing and post-production (video editors, graphics, composition effects 2D and 3D editors, and audio mixers, composers of the soundtrack, among others) is maintained, ensuring that the aesthetic aspects of the project and the narrative intention, established by the director is respected.



Professional context: means of production: dish, virtual sets, set of recording, Interior and exterior locations, film and video cameras, robotic cameras, objectives, special camera stands (tripod, travelling, «steadycam», hot-headed, among others), accessories, camera, stands digital storage of video and/or audio files (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs), video monitors (shotgun mic audio capture equipment personal, wireless and hidden), accessories for microphones (pole, zeppelin, hanger, among others), systems for recording and storage of audio recorders field, among others (DAW), audio playback systems (headphones, monitors), intercom systems (megaphone, «walkie-talkies», cellphones, «intercom»), spotlights on interior and exterior («fresnel», «softlight», cycloramas, quartz, among others), lighting (gauze pads, filters and diffusers, among others) , stands lighting (tripods, frames, pantographs, tweezers, among others), «dimmers», scenographic elements (cycloramas, backdrops, forillos), material technical for the embedding of digital effects (infomercials, spots of «tracker», among others), props, computers, audio and video postproduction equipment, specific software (for editing and postproduction of video and audio, composition effects, 2D and 3D computer graphics, "grading", among others), printers, office supplies.



Products and results: part of postproduction. Daily work orders. Weekly progress. Reports of the day. Parts of continuity. Relationship of postproduction needs. Logs. Daily shooting plan.



Used or generated information: literary screenplay. Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Animateca. Work plan. Breakdown of planes. Work order. Sites leaves. Citations. Installation script. List of technical needs of the various departments involved in the making of the cinematographic or audiovisual work and the Assembly/editing and postproduction.



TRAINING module 1: planning of the project film U work AUDIOVISUAL level: 3 code: MF0700_3 associated with the UC: determine the resources needed for the development of the audiovisual project duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: relate the processes of the production of cinematographic and audiovisual works with companies and professional teams involved in each phase of the process and its products and/or services characteristic.

CE1.1 describe the different phases of the production process of a cinematographic and audiovisual work, identifying the staff involved, their functions and the technologies used in each of the phases.

CE1.2 specify the types and functions of the different companies and professional teams involved in the cinematographic or audiovisual production process.

CE1.3 describe and relate, in functional organizational structures, characteristic of a cinematographic or audiovisual production jobs.

CE1.4 distinguish and describe the different types of products that make the companies dedicated to the production of cinematographic or audiovisual works.

CE1.5 distinguish the type and characteristics of the information, documentation and products of input and output of each phase of the process of film production or audiovisual works.

C2: Set effective visual messages, from the identification of the structural elements and formal and expressive codes of different genres and types of cinematographic and videographic.

CE2.1 rating the formal and aesthetic criteria of the project, based on the analysis of the literary script, according to the aspects of time, historical references, architectural styles, styles of lighting, nature of the sound segment and scenery.

CE2.2 enumerate the elements of the image linking Visual, functional, semantic and technical qualities.

CE2.3 describe the type of planes, settings and angles, expressive and aesthetic value, as well as its role in the development of Visual messages.

CE2.4 to explain the procedures of visual expression and composition of image (proportions of format, point of view, depth and distance, timing and movement) by analyzing the most frequent image compositions and distinguishing the elements that define them (lines, volumes, colour, among others), symbolic characteristics (balance, rhythm, harmony, among others), its layout and its proportions.

CE2.5 in a practical case of a TV advertisement, duly characterized by relevant technical documentation (screenplay, story-board):-apply the standardized techniques to direct the point of interest: the placement of the reason, rule of thirds, Golden division, focus, among others.

-Apply the basic rules of balance in the location of characters in a frame or a scenic space.

-Identify the basic qualities of the objects (color, shape, brightness, among others), the relations established between them and the composition techniques that permit to underline them or conceal them.

-Apply the techniques of how generate dynamism, create the sensation of depth and distance through the Organization of the structural elements of the image (relationship, juxtaposition).

CE2.6 describe and explain the formal and expressive characteristics of different camera movements (panoramic, travelling, crane).

CE2.7 identify and explain the expressive and communicative value of spatial concepts of image: field, off field, internal movement and external movement of a plane.

CE2.8 explain the expressive function of lighting in a cinematographic or audiovisual story: composition, dramatic, naturalist, expressionist, among others.

CE2.9 describe different forms of manipulation of the image in its expressive application to the audiovisual media.

C3: Analyze forms and modes of expression through sound, identifying their structural elements and articulation.

CE3.1 describe the forms of expressive application of sound in cinematographic and audiovisual works.

CE3.2 relate the types of sound resources from the soundtrack of an audiovisual production (music, effects, silences, voice in off, dialogues, environments) with their expressive and descriptive application.

CE3.3 describe the General characteristics of the different techniques of spatial distribution of sound as well as its expressive functions (print space and displacement, localization of sound sources, among others).

CE3.4 distinguish the expressive value of the various components of the soundtrack of an audiovisual production (vocals in 'off', voices, or synchronized dialogue, music, environmental sound effects, silence, among others).

C4: Develop technical documentation, using appropriate, based on an analysis of the types of most commonly used scripts information and symbols.

CE4.1 describe the different phases of construction of a cinematographic or audiovisual narrative (synopsis, treatment, rundown, literary screenplay) and presentation (model European and American) models.

CE4.2 describe the main ways of planning of a literary screenplay: technical writer, 'storyboard', by decorated plants, plants of camera, script work.

CE4.3 relate the symbology used in a technical screenplay, plant camera or plant decorated for the description of types of planes and angles, camera movements, movements of characters, sound, effects.

CE4.4 explain the basic techniques for the audiovisual construction of a cinematographic or audiovisual narrative: proportional jumps, the law of shaft, the flat contraplano, the flat master, insert flat, the flat sequence, flat resource, among others.

CE4.5 differentiate different types of narrative continuity: motion, action, direction, lighting, costumes, props, looks and others.

CE4.6 describe the type of characters of a story film or audiovisual: protagonists, secondary, episodic, figuration, among others.

CE4.7 in a practical course of a sequence in which involved two characters properly characterized by a literary screenplay:-planning sequence.

-Place on the floor of the decorated the location and movement of cameras and characters, using the appropriate symbology.

-Outline the 'storyboard'.

-Identify the elements of narrative continuity.

-Elaborate a report justifying the decisions made.

CE4.8 describe the auxiliary documents used in the making of cinematographic or audiovisual works (breakdown, logs, plan of filming/recording, parts of camera, among others).

C5: Rating used Visual and audible codes and forms of articulating the space/time in the cinematographic or audiovisual stories.

CE5.1 relate the type of image planes and its value expressive and communicative, identifying their spatial and temporal relationships.
CE5.2 relate the type of planes of sound and its value expressive and communicative, identifying their spatial and temporal relationships.

CE5.3 explain ways to articulate the image planes with planes of sound (sound synchronous and no synchronous, sound off) and describe its expressive function.

CE5.4 in a practical case of a fragment of a cinematographic or audiovisual work characterized by a technical screenplay:-describe the types of planes used image and sound.

-Relate the movements of camera used.

-Relate the different camera angles.

-Describe the use of the field/out of field.

-Assess the articulation of levels of picture and sound.

CE5.5 analyzing cinematographic or audiovisual works by identifying sound resources and their functions.

CE5.6 in a practical course of an audiovisual project properly characterized by a technical screenplay:-identify the different visual narrative sources (decorative indoor/outdoor, day/night) and sound (voiceovers, music, environments, sound effects, dialogue) that make up the narrative of the programme.

-Identify the functions of the sound elements.

-Determine the functions of the lighting.

CE5.7 identify different narrative structures of the cinematographic or audiovisual narrative (linear, counterpoint, among others).

CE5.8 explain forms of fragmenting the narrative film or audiovisual: mechanical sequence, dramatic sequence, scene block.

CE5.9 explain the temporary structures of the narrative film or audiovisual: real time, diegetic, historical time.

CE5.10 explain the space/time of the narrative film or audiovisual joint: ellipsis, flash back, flash forward.

C6: Applying standardized processes of localization of scenarios for the filming/recording of cinematographic and audiovisual works according to the criteria established from the reading of the script.

CE6.1 identify the script through the more formal aspects of the possible location.

CE6.2 develop a list of possible locations indicating the arguments in favour and against, from the aesthetic and narrative perspective and from the perspective of the viability da production (infrastructure, accomodation, travel).

CE6.3 get, generate and analyze the reference documentation from recordings, photographs, plans, internet or other sources of information.

CE6.4 prepare reports justifying the existence and location of set cover when they are needed, according to a plan of filming/recording.

C7: Define and evaluate evidence of actors, casting, with calendar and schedule, drafting reports of data and artistic findings of suitability.

CE7.1 in a practical course of preparation of a short film properly characterized by a project:-a final report of findings after identifying the artistic staff needs and characteristics analysis of the script.

-Develop a timetable with times and durations of involvement of actors breakdown reflecting costume, characterization and make-up, needs adequate to the intentionality of the script.

-A report from the analysis of drawings prints/shot of each of the characters.

CE7.2 rating in the viewing of audiovisual productions, the plastic and narrative results achieved, taking into account the historical setting, costumes and characterizations, drawing up a final report of findings.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C2 with respect to CE2.5; C4 regarding CE4.7; C5 CE5.4 and CE5.6; C7 with respect to CE7.1.

Other skills: be responsible for the fulfilment of the objectives and the work that develops.

Demonstrate autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Sharing information with the team.

Participate and collaborate actively in the task force.

Respect the procedures and the internal rules of the company.

Adapt to new contexts or situations.



Contents: 1. the film and audiovisual industry companies in the sector.

Organizational structures.

Production systems and production strategies.



2. the cinematographic and videographic project types of projects.

Objectives and guidelines.

Content and structure.

Documentation associated with the project.

Coordination requirements and budget.



3 techniques of visual and audible expression techniques of visual expression: rules of framing and composition, Visual elements and its articulation.

Techniques of sound expression: sound planes, spatial distribution, background music, sound language.



4 mechanics of the script structure the script and audiovisual narrative technique.

The script in the production phase.

The dramatic construction: history and characteristics.

Types of script: according to the idea, according to the environment, gender, depending on the format.

Cinematographic and audiovisual genres.

Visual and audible codes in the film story.

Time and space in the audiovisual narrative.

Elements and principles of audiovisual continuity.

Audiovisual rhythm and movement.



5 selection process of the artistic staff analysis of characters.

Choice of actors.

Improvisations and rehearsals.

Staging.



6 procedures of localization analysis of the aesthetic and expressive needs of the locations.

Search and analysis of documentation.

Atmosphere and scenery as an expressive resource.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the determination of the necessary resources for the development of cinematographic or audiovisual projects which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: elaboration of the PLAN of FILMING and coordination of the resources for FILMING/recording level: 3 code: MF0701_3 associated with UC: coordinate the availability and adequacy of the necessary human, technical and artistic resources for filming/recording duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: develop a plan for filming/recording of cinematographic and audiovisual works According to established criteria.

CE1.1 describe and compare the various models of plans of filming/recording, according to the expressive medium and the genre of the audiovisual product.

CE1.2 assess the importance and the degree of participation and use of human, technical and material resources in the different phases of the filming/recording, according to the expressive medium and the genre of the audiovisual product.

CE1.3 apply the standardized techniques of contrast of the plan of filming/recording with the daily monitoring of the production.

CE1.4 in a practical course of production adequately characterized using the indent of a cinematographic or audiovisual work:-develop a scheme of the phase of filming/recording processes and work to be carried out.

-The plan of filming/recording, including alternative solutions for the most common contingencies that may arise.

-Develop the explanatory memorandum of the criteria used in drawing up the plan of filming/recording.

-Write correctly documents, with techniques and appropriate codes, using the appropriate tools.

C2: Detect the availability and adequacy of resources involved in the production of cinematographic and videographic works.

CE2.1 calculate the possibilities of combination of all technical and artistic resources to generate an order of filming/recording streaming optimum performance and costs.

CE2.2 contemplate the technical, expressive, artistic and bureaucratic difficulties (filming/recording permits, authorizations, among others) to estimate the time needed to finish the filming/recording of each sequence.

CE2.3 reflect the plan of filming/recording ordered for days, all the needs, schedules for appearance and target times.

CE2.4 distribute this information to the heads of each team for the proper management of the same.

CE2.5 monitor the availability of technical equipment as well as the incorporation of actors (dresses and characterized) for the work of the work plan.

CE2.6 check that all human resources (technical and artistic) are prepared and available in date and criteria.

CE2.7 testing with the artistic staff to verify the proper implementation of the tasks of the technical team, times and qualities.
CE2.8 in a practical simulation of a cinematographic production check that all human resources (technical and artistic) are prepared and available dates and criteria.

C3: Relate the elements involved in the staging and techniques of realization of cinematographic or audiovisual works.

CE3.1 recognize the functions of the different gestural codes, expressions, and body language as expressive resources.

CE3.2 explain the methods of directing more employees and synthesize its essential characteristics.

CE3.3 relate the components and the expressive function of the Mise en scène of a cinematographic or audiovisual narrative: features of the scenario (interior, exterior, built, complex natural decorations, among others), characteristics of the costumes and the makeup (neutral, caracterizador, styling or other), characteristic of the scenery and props.

CE3.4 in a properly characterized practical course of several cinematic sequences characterized by a literary screenplay:-broken strings.

-Schedule the filming/recording.

-Planning sequences.

-Place in plants of the decorations the location and movement of cameras and the characters.

-Outline the 'storyboard'.

-Describe the elements of continuity that allow the correct joint space/storm of planes and sequences.

-Elaborate a report justifying the decisions made.

C4: Rating materials, technical equipment, systems of recruitment, registration, treatment and imaging, with mechanical means and processes used in the production of cinematographic and audiovisual works, photochemical characteristics and benefits relating to their role in the process.

CE4.1 describe cinematographic camera, identifying their constituent parts and their mechanical performance.

CE4.2 classify and relate the most important characteristics of various acquisition and imaging formats used in filmmaking.

CE4.3 identify and describe the different types of objectives used in cinematographic direction, associating characteristics with the camera format and characteristics of the image.

CE4.4 relate different types of emulsions used in color or in black and white, with their features and capabilities.

CE4.5 interrelate the elements involved in achieving correct exposure in film shooting.

CE4.6 describe the equipment used in the processing and treatment of the cinematographic film.

CE4.7 describe the equipment and materials used in the Assembly of films.

CE4.8 recognize the most common types of treatment and manipulation of the cinematographic image made by digital or analog procedures.

C5: Analyze materials, technical equipment, systems of recruitment, registration, treatment and imaging, with electronic and electromagnetic, electro-optical, digital, and analog processes used in the production of cinematographic and audiovisual works, its features and benefits relating to their role in the process.

CE5.1 describe the video camera, identifying their constituent parts and their mechanical performance.

CE5.2 identify and describe the different types of objectives used in video making, associating characteristics with the 'target' of the camera and the characteristics of the image.

CE5.3 describe the fundamentals of image capture electronically, identifying the correct parameters of viewing.

CE5.4 describe the fundamentals of image monitoring by electronic means, identifying the correct parameters of viewing.

CE5.5 rating characteristics of the different types of imaging formats used in video realization.

CE5.6 electronic image recording equipment used in the filming of motion pictures to describe and explain their function, performance and features.

CE5.7 describe the performance of the auxiliary equipment used in the image capture: cranes, «travelling», «camera car», «steadycam», hot heads.

CE5.8 rating the performance of electronic image processing and editing/post-production equipment and related programs or basic computer software application programs of video postproduction and synthetic image generation.

C6: Distinguish materials, technical equipment, recruitment, registration, treatment and monitoring of sound, systems used in the production of cinematographic and audiovisual works, its features and benefits relating to their role in the process.

CE6.1 describe the fundamentals of recording/playback of sound and classify the recording formats indicating the technology used and the characteristics of each of them.

CE6.2 identify and describe the different systems and capture, recording and reproduction of sound formats used in the cinematographic and videographic production.

CE6.3 describe the basics of the treatment and processing of the audio signal and related programs or computer application to the sound postproduction software.

CE6.4 rating the types, characteristics and technical specifications of the microphones.

CE6.5 describe the performance of the auxiliary equipment used in the capture of sound: poles, antivientos, feet, giraffes, remote control.

C7: Describe the bases of technological systems of lighting used in film production or audiovisual works.

CE7.1 recognize the quantitative and qualitative parameters of light and enumerate the photometric units.

CE7.2 describe the basics of the three-colour process and additive and subtractive color synthesis, as well as the relationship between the spectral composition of light and color temperature.

CE7.3 rating the performance of the equipment that is used in the lighting of cinematographic or audiovisual works, identifying their technical specifications.

CE7.4 apply the main methods of lighting used in audiovisual productions.

CE7.5 distinguish the technical characteristics of the lighting according to the medium and/or support that used.

CE7.6 elaborate schemes of lighting according to the audiovisual product for which they are used.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with respect to CE1.4; C2 CE2.7 and CE2.8; C3 on CE3.4; C7 with respect to CE7.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the fulfilment of the objectives and the work that develops.

Demonstrate autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Adapt to new contexts or situations.

Respect the procedures and the internal rules of the company.

Participate and collaborate actively in the task force.

Sharing information with the team.



Contents: 1. planning and organization and staging of the filming/recording of a cinematographic/audiovisual project plan of filming/recording.

Elaboration of parts of the work.

Techniques and codes in the preparation of documents.

Direction of actors.

Characterization of characters: hairdresser, makeup and costumes.

Setting of sets and props.



2. processes and technical cinematographic film camera. Objectives. Auxiliary elements.

The media and film formats.

The film lab. The mounting kits.



3. processes and technical means of the video camera. Objectives. Auxiliary elements.

Feedback systems.

Digitalisation of the video signal.

Recording and playback of video signal: principles and formats.

Media and video formats.

The video signal monitoring.

Teams of video image processing and editing.



4 processes and technical means of digital and analog sound.

The capture of sound: microphones and auxiliary equipment.

Recording, processing and reproduction of sound equipment and systems.

Brackets and sound formats.

Monitoring of the audio signal.



5 processes and technical means of lighting colour theory.

The light sources.

The equipment used in the lighting.

Methods of lighting.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the coordination of the availability and adequacy of the human, technical and artistic resources for filming/recording, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.
TRAINING module 3: Organization and CONTROL of the FILMING/recording and process of post production level: 3 code: MF0702_3 associated with UC: organizing and controlling the filming/recording and post-production duration process: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: apply standard techniques of preparation of cinematographic and audiovisual works, in order to achieve the required quality of the product.

CE1.1 in a so-called practical of the recording or filming of a documentary, duly characterized by the script:-recording/shooting plan.

-Establish locations adapted screenplay.

-Organize the task force following the plan of filming/recording.

-Run the realization.

-Control the narrative continuity.

-Minute flat prints.

-Detect and record the variations and modifications produced during the recording adapting work order.

-Assess the results obtained and a report justifying the actions and decisions taken.

CE1.2 in a so-called practical of the recording or filming of a work of short fiction, duly characterized by the script:-recording/shooting plan.

-Determine the scenery adapted screenplay.

-Organize the task force following the plan of recording/shooting.

-Coordinate the team.

-Run the realization.

-Control the narrative continuity.

-Minute flat prints.

-Detect and record the variations and modifications produced during the recording adapting work order.

-Assess the results obtained and a report justifying the actions and decisions taken.

C2: Relate the main theories and the audiovisual installation/editing techniques to identify the characteristic elements that determine them, and describe techniques for application in the construction of audiovisual stories according to the various genres and styles.

CE2.1 describe the principles of the Assembly expressed by Arnheim, Kulechov, Pudovkin, Eisenstein, Griffith among others.

CE2.2 compare the different classical theories of Assembly, identifying their distinctive concepts and produce a report of findings.

CE2.3 argued the narrative and expressive sound contribution to the audiovisual installation/editing.

CE2.4 explain the concept of rhythm and movement outside of the audiovisual installation/editing.

CE2.5 explain the differences between mounting on line, off line, non-linear and linear editing systems Assembly, and its purpose, detailing the criteria and conclusions arising from each of these work systems.

C3: Planning stage of Assembly/editing, post-production, live sound and dubbing of cinematographic and audiovisual productions, identifying the most suitable according to the different genres of audiovisual technology and developing the appropriate technical documentation.

CE3.1 classify the various rooms of Assembly/editing, post-production and sound according to its capabilities and features.

CE3.2 describe the configuration of the different rooms of Assembly/editing, post-production and sound according to the equipment and technologies used.

CE3.3 related templates models most used in the planning of the Assembly/editing, post-production and sound of audiovisual.

CE3.4 in a practical case of a cinematographic or videographic production properly characterized by a hyphen:-identify the appropriate technical means to carry out the mounting/editing, post-production and sound.

-Define the settings best suited to the narrative or expressive intentionality of the script.

-Identify the necessary documentary sources.

-Plan the mounting/editing and/or post-production preparing an installation script.

-Plan the sound and dubbing elaborating a plan of sound and dubbing.

-Elaborate a report justifying the decisions made.

C4: Deal with the conflicts that arise in the environment of their work, through negotiation and take the appropriate decisions taking into account the opinions of others regarding the possible ways of solution.

CE4.1 describe most common negotiation strategies, related to common situations of appearance of conflict in the company.

CE4.2 rating methods suitable to prepare negotiations taking into account the stages of gathering information, assessing the relationship of forces and forecast of possible agreements.

CE4.3 rating the types of decisions that can be defined and specific situations.

CE4.4 assess the circumstances in which it is necessary to make a decision and choose the most appropriate.

CE4.5 the method of finding a solution or answer.

CE4.6 respect and take into account the opinions of others, even if they are contrary to their own.

C5: Effectively using communication techniques in their working environment to receive and issue instructions and information, promoting the process of motivation and improvement in the environment of your working environment.

CE5.1 distinguish good communication that contains one clear message of another with divergent paths that monostotic or clouding the main objective of the transmission.

CE5.2 assess the existence and involvement of interference that may hinder the understanding of a message.

CE5.3 describe motivation techniques more applicable in the specific work environment in the audiovisual sector.

CE5.4 Select and apply motivation techniques appropriate to each situation, in simulated cases.

C6: Defining styles of leadership in the activities related to the filmmaking and audiovisual works.

CE6.1 relate the control styles and behaviors that characterize them.

CE6.2 confront the leadership styles with different scenarios and situations to which the leader can be found.

CE6.3 estimating the role, powers and limitations of the middle management in the organization.

C7: Determine preventive actions and/or protection, minimizing risk factors and consequences for health and the environment.

CE7.1 identify the most common risk situations in their field of work, applying general prevention according to the same techniques.

CE7.2 classifying damage to health and the environment in function of the consequences and the most common risk factors that generate them.

CE7.3 identify the most common risk situations in their field of work, both in planning and in the filming/recording by associating the General techniques of performance.

CE7.4 relate the main aspects of the prevention of risks associated with the environment in which it works.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 with regard to CE1.1 and CE1.2; C3 on CE3.4; C4 on CE4.6; C5 regarding CE5.4.

Other skills: be responsible for the fulfilment of the objectives and the work that develops.

Demonstrate autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Participate and collaborate actively in the task force.

Sharing information with the team.

Adapt to new contexts or situations.

Respect the procedures and the internal rules of the company.



Contents: 1. theory and technique of filming/recording audiovisual techniques: level master, insert, drawing sequence, recording plane to plane.

Organization and mechanical processes of the audiovisual production single-camera or multi-camera.

The filming/recording: the process of recruitment of image and sound.

Incorporation of optical effects during filming: wallpapers, animated models, rear projection, front projection screens background color, virtual scenarios, integration of 2D or 3D virtual image.

Filming with non-conventional cameras.

Techniques for the maintenance of the raccord.

Identification of a clapperboard.



2. audiovisual mounting mounting/editing theory.

Concept and installation in film expressiveness.

Audiovisual rhythm and movement.

Types of mounting/Edition: according to the technical and narrative structure.

The installation script.



3 rooms of Assembly, editing and postproduction of audiovisual film Assembly rooms. Types and configuration.

Analog and digital video editing rooms. Types and configuration.

Video post-production rooms. Types and configuration.

The rooms of sound and audio post-production. Types and configuration.



4 the company film and audiovisual communication and motivation in the workplace document production in which are contained the tasks assigned to the members of a team.

Communication networks, channels and media.

Difficulties/barriers in communication.

The control of information. Information as a function of direction.

Capable of motivating factors in diagnosis.

Oral and written communication of instructions for the achievement of objectives.



5 negotiation of conflicts and decision making in the assistance to the management negotiation strategies.

Resolution of conflict situations arising as a result of the relationships in the work environment.

Process for the resolution of problems.

Command styles: direction or leadership. Management styles. Approaches to leadership.



6 safety and health in the filming of cinematographic and audiovisual works, legislation in the field of prevention of occupational risks in the environment of the filming/recording of the audiovisual product.

Conditions of work and security.
Risk factors: prevention and protection measures.

Safe work organization: General techniques of prevention and protection.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the Organization and the filming/recording and control the process of post-production, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex III professional qualifications: Chamber of film, video and television professional family: image and sound level: 3 code: IMS294_3 competition general capture and record images and sounds in all kinds of audiovisual productions, handling the camera, collaborating in the planning and lighting, according to the achievement of the highest quality technical, artistic and aesthetic of the jacks as shown in direction of photography and/or address/realization and can bring their own criteria.



Units of competence UC0939_3: collaborate in the development of the plan of acquisition and registration of audiovisual projects UC0940_3: verify the technical adequacy and operation of resources uptake and registry UC0941_3: collaborate on the design and execution of audiovisual productions UC0942_3 lighting: Imaging the technical, artistic and communicative criteria of the audiovisual project environment professional scope professional develops his professional activity in the area of image in the field of the audiovisual production dedicated to the acquisition, registration and lighting of audiovisual projects, entities of public or private, self-employed (freelance) or outside nature, in film and video producers, or broadcast television, of any size, public and private, small or large, cover anyone who is its system of broadcasting and irrespective of their legal form. It develops its activity depending on functional and hierarchically superior (Director or director cinematographic or audiovisual works). In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Sectors production is located in the audiovisual sector: producers of film, video and television from international, national, regional and local scope anyone who is its system of broadcasting, television stations, production companies show live, and in any other industry that has any of these activities.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Operators of film camera assistants from film camera Foquistas camera operators of video cameras ENG (Electronics News Gathering) television camera operators specialized cameras training associate (540 hours) training modules MF0939_3 lighting assistants: development of the plan for collection and registration of camera (150 hours) MF0940_3: technical means of camera (90 hours) MF0941_3 : Lighting for audiovisual productions (180 hours) MF0942_3: audiovisual Imaging (120 hours) unit of competition 1: collaborate in the development of the PLAN of acquisition and registration projects audiovisual level: 3 code: UC0939_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: break down the characteristics of the audiovisual product from the project information obtaining data allowing its realization.

CR 1.1 characteristics of the audiovisual product, such as gender, intention, purpose, formal, expressive and aesthetic aspects kind of technology and resources and locations, among others, are identified by analyzing and interpreting the information of the project.

CR 1.2 the visual style of the product is determined by the rest of the team by identifying the characteristics of the project affecting the image.

CR 1.3 the viability of the project studies proposing modifications, if necessary, on technical and artistic aspects.

CR 1.4 technical needs and its possibilities are valued by analyzing the sets and elements to capture (plates, decorations, people, objects).

1.5 CR the compositional style of intakes is defined under the supervision of the director/producer, evaluating narrative considerations and constraints of the frame.

2 PR: Propose alternatives to the address/realization of the project to develop the technical script, depending on the desired results.

CR 2.1 the effectiveness of visual narrative and aesthetic impact is guaranteed by studying the planning proposals.

CR 2.2 operationalization of the filming/recording checks ensuring the achievement of aesthetics in the project.

CR 2.3 continuity of work is contrasted by checking the technical script, screenplay or 'storyboard', suggesting alternatives, if necessary, to keep the raccord.

CR 2.4 the positions and movements of camera in multi-camera, define and adjust, avoiding the desaforamiento and the entry in field of other cameras.

CR 2.5 the intervention of the subsequent registration special cameras is defined by determining the foot of entry and the 'timing'.

3 RP: Determine the technical resources and human's camera team, playing the project information and address/direction and production, instructions to optimize resources.

CR 3.1 format camera, optics, type of record, fixed and mobile camera stands, material support Machinist and accessories, are selected by analysing the technical requirements of the project.

3.2 CR number and professional profile of the Chamber staff (foquistas, auxiliary, Machinist and others) and the distribution of tasks to be performed, are proposed to address photography/lighting and production, considering the needs of the project.

CR 3.3 the choice of equipment and material from camera are proposed, if necessary, to direction of photography/lighting and/or production/direction optimizing resources.

CR 3.4 log formats and the type of employees time codes, proposed considering the compatibility of the equipment and its functionality.

CR 3.5 the final list of equipment necessary for production is made, next direction/implementation team, the direction of photography/lighting and production, analysing the set and filming/recording features.

CR 3.6 the availability of material and equipment requested is guaranteed, counting with the deadlines, conditions and terms established.

CR 3.7 technical equipment replacement and the needs that may arise in the filming/recording will provide for ensuring their availability with speed and efficiency.

RP 4: Optimizing the plan of filming/recording contrasting it with own camera equipment operations.

CR 4.1 the plan of work assigned by production, with regard to acquisition or filming/recording, contrasts for their compliance, while respecting the temporary and budgetary criteria laid down.

CR 4.2 the established search warrant is checked by verifying that it meets the plan of filming/recording without conflicting with other factors of production.

CR 4.3 machines and supports the set operation is studied by avoiding conflict with the activities to develop in front of the camera and with the operation of other equipment, technical and human, involved in the filming/recording.

CR 4.4 synchronization of all the necessary elements at the time of the filming/recording, is secured by verifying the correct Organization of the human and technical teams.

CR 4.5 adequacy of defined work plans is adjusted to getting value for the money.

CR 4.6 Technical Assembly provided for in the set is checked by fulfilling the requirements of work.



Professional context: means of production: resources. Media phone. Internet. Office material.



Products and results: listings of human and technical needs. Plans for recruitment and registration. Camera positioning schemes.



Used or generated information: audiovisual projects. Scripts (literary script and script technical). "storyboard". Playlists. Plants of decorations. Lighting schemes. Work plan. Listings of support capture and record companies. Listings of human and technical needs. Calls for staff. Plans for recruitment and registration. Time diagrams.



2 competition unit: Check the technical adequacy and operation of recruitment resources and log level: 3
Code: UC0940_3 professional accomplishments and performance criteria: RP 1: check cameras and supports relevant teams, to ensure correct behavior mechanical and operating, carrying out the necessary tests.

1.1 CR camera equipment material (wiring, accessories, stands, camera and recording material), available for filming/recording, is checked to verify that it matches the previously established.

CR 1.2 technical elements possible anomalies are detected, identifying its causes and taking the appropriate measures for their solution, through the conduct of routine or preventative maintenance.

1.3 CR different brackets and camera equipment are examined ensuring its adequacy and proper functioning.

CR 1.4 parasol functionality and focus with all the objectives, filters and other accessories selected controls, checks, installing them and operating them.

CR 1.5 notes the synchrony between bolt and hooks and the correct functioning in relation to the fixed or variable shutter, acting on synchronous or variable speed control devices and providing for circumstances of filming, as lighting with fluctuating sources or the row of video monitors.

CR 1.6 is checked tightness, correct operation of the mechanical elements and the proper fixing of the chassis in the camera body, examining them and testing them with film.

CR 1.7 correct supply and collection of film and your drag out the window are checked, threading the negative in the drive mechanism and by operating the engine.

CR 1.8 components of the equipment are listed with their serial numbers, identifying the content in each carry case.

2 RP: Check the relevant chambers and accessories, ensuring correct behavior electronic registration and carrying out the necessary tests.

CR 2.1 the condition of the batteries, your boots, power cables and other camera accessories, is checked by making the connection of all the electrical elements.

CR 2.2 the electronic viewfinder is set, checking that it provides a reliable representation of the image that is captured and that allows precise information to be displayed correctly.

CR 2.3 correct behavior of the camera is proven by the adjustments of camera electronic and/or digital, providing the best options in relation to the recording.

CR 2.4 the correct functioning of the camera recorder is checked, if appropriate, making viewing a test recording, adjusting the time codes and operating in conditions similar to the recording.

CR 2.5 recording of the sound in the VTR's camera is checked, if necessary, checking the audio inputs, levels and by monitoring the audio signal.

CR 2.6 the precision of the film registry checks filming proof of registration cards.

CR 2.7 video film camera, built-in system checks with the monitor and recorder corresponding connecting computers together and tightening its controls.

CR 2.8 verification of registration stands is assessing its suitability for production in type, quantity, size and capacity, and by controlling the conditions of transportation and storage.

CR 2.9 the correct density of the cinematographic image is checked at each of the points of diaphragm lenses, making exposure tests revealed necessary.

3 RP: Check the optical components necessary to ensure the quality of the shots, using the application of standardized criteria.

CR 3.1 the technical parameters of the optics are checked, ensuring proper operation and its relevance to the request of the director of photography/illuminator by his physical observation, visualization of letters of proof through the viewfinder and the observation of recorded evidence.

CR 3.2 format window that appears on the frosted glass observed through the viewfinder, is checked by verifying your correspondence with print window.

CR 3.3 moving the optical parts are checked by verifying proper operation.

CR 3.4 points of approach to optics and their depth of field at different distances, are verified by relevant evidence and the use of reference guides.

CR 3.5 framing clean and free of obstacles for all types of optical is guaranteed by placing the camera hood, filter holder, filters and other accessories of the optics and looking through the viewfinder.

CR 3.6 optics, focus and zoom controls are verified by checking its fluidity and fixing.

CR 3.7 operation of the approach in the viewer in all their positions notes, observing the correct visualization of the framing marks and others on the frosted glass or viewer.

CR 3.8 correct chromatic transmission is checked using the registration of a color chart.

CR 3.9 uniformity of focus, and the absence of optical aberrations occur doing the register of letters of adjustment.

3.10 CR filters and cleaning and conservation status are checked to see its effect, using different registers.



Professional context: media production: film and video (analog and digital) cameras. Camera accessories. Supports. VTRs. Video tapes. Memory cards. Cinema film. Opticians and optical accessories. Video and audio monitors. Filters.



Products and results: verification of equipment for making of image and sound. Camera and VTR settings. Proof of registration cards. Color charts. Letters of adjustment.



Used or generated information: lists of needs of technical material. Listings of support capture and record companies. Technical catalogues. Lists of equipment with serial numbers. Technical conclusions from testing.



Unit 3 competition: Collaborate in the design and execution of the lighting of productions audiovisual level: 3 code: UC0941_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: propose the lighting designs to get the correct registration of the images, solving technical, aesthetic and narrative aspects of the project.

CR 1.1 the expressive characteristics of lighting, according to the intention of the audiovisual product, are defined in collaboration with address/completion, analyzing the technical and artistic documentation of the project.

CR 1.2 technical and operational solutions for the process of enlightenment, are determined by analyzing the project in collaboration with address/realization and the lighting head or director of photography.

CR 1.3 lighting technical resources and technical resources of catchment and its settings appropriate to the registration plan, are determined by analyzing the project: forced, gain, balance of color, among others.

CR 1.4 type of lighting, contrast ratio, effects and lighting environments are defined by adapting them to the style and intent of the project and the characteristics of the environment, support, and the visual style defined.

1.5 CR, list of equipment forms, energy provision, among others, are completed to the criteria of production / direction/direction.

CR 1.6 the lighting plan is elaborated according to the technical solutions and the visual style of the project, considering the technical and operational differences in uptake/registration work plane to plane, with a single camera, or in blocks for the case of multi-camera.

RP 2: Adjust the lighting according to the scheme envisaged for each sequence, for the correct registration of the images in the project, depending on the continuity of the previous design.

CR 2.1 the resources needed are determined, according to the layout of lighting for each sequence.

CR 2.2 the illumination of each sequence is distributed, adapting it to the schedule provided for in the plan of acquisition/registration.

CR 2.3 the color temperature and intensity of each light source is checked, by means of instruments (meter and termocolorimetro) and procedures appropriate, adjusting them to the type of film / sensor of image and the aesthetic criteria, proceeding to its amendment, if necessary.

CR 2.4 the color temperature and intensity are adjusted and modified, if necessary, using corrective filters, polarizers or neutral density, placed on the lens or light sources.

CR 2.5 lighting contrast is adjusted according to the type of film / sensor image to use and the aesthetic criteria.

CR 2.6 lighting console operation is performed, where necessary, obtaining the foreseen luminous ambience.

CR 2.7 exposure data and technical instructions to adjust the camera and expected results, are recorded by applying them at the time of the taking and subsequent processing of registration of the image material.

3 RP: Participate in the evolution of lighting control during the registration, for the achievement of the intended result.

CR 3.1 the color temperature and luminous intensity of the light sources is adjusted and modified, if necessary, through corrective filters, polarizers, neutral density, reflectors, diffusers, controllers and limiters for light, adjusting to the stage space, development of action and designed light style.
CR 3.2 the color temperature and intensity of each light source are in accordance with the specific situation of registration, checking with meter, luxmeter and termocolorimetro.

CR 3.3 quantitative and qualitative luminous parameters (address, ways of filtering, position light sources, cutting and reflection, among others) are checked and modified, if necessary, adapting them to the scene, setting, action, actors and camera movements, getting the nuances of the luminous style defined for each scene.

3.4 CR lenses and camera accessories are chosen by measuring and checking bright intended the scene depending on the style, effect and quality parameters in each shot.

CR 3.5 camera parameters are determined and in accordance with the specified media, checking the characteristics of decision, changes proposed by the team and the project requirements.

CR 3.6 registered outlets are checked immediately, valuing if adopted lighting and registration parameters correspond to the expected result.

CR 3.7 processes to follow with the copyrighted material were agreed, where necessary, the laboratory and the direction of postproduction obtaining the expected results.

CR 3.8 the final materials are checked, by means of viewing, in different finishes possible of the product, ensuring its quality and suggesting the density and color settings.



Professional context: means of production: meter. Light meter. Termocolorimetro. Sources and lighting fixtures. Lighting fixtures. Lighting console. Filters. Optics. Film and video cameras. Camera accessories. CCU. Picture monitors.



Products and results: schemes and lighting Plan. Listing of technical resources of lighting. Energy forecast form. Exposure data. Shots with different lights.



Used or generated information: technical and artistic documentation of projects. Capture/record plan. Lighting resource lists. Lighting schemes. Forms.



Unit 4 competition: Get images according to technical criteria, artistic and COMMUNICATIVE of the draft AUDIOVISUAL level: 3 code: UC0942_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: tune the camera team in the place of the seizure, according to the requirements of each plane, and try to ensure your correct registration.

CR 1.1 status of cleaning and lubrication of the camera and its perfect operation are reviewed, examining the condition of the optics and the absence of dirt or condensation on them.

CR 1.2 Installing the camera in the pedestal, tripod, or bracket intended is supervised or occurs, adapting the shot and the height of camera to the planning and staging.

CR 1.3 placement and positioning of platforms, railway or necessary boards for displacements, instructs operators, by applying the established planning.

1.4 CR hood, filter holder and other necessary accessories, are in camera and shall prove that they do not come in the box, looking through the viewfinder.

1.5 CR optics fixed or variable focal which is used in the plane, choose autonomously or, where appropriate, in accordance with the direction of photography, settles in the camera checking that on it not affect lights capable of producing pearls or optical veil.

CR 1.6 distances of the focal plane to the subject or object, in their various positions, are measured if necessary, depending on the type of production or camera, and contrasted with the depth of field available, marking on the ring or the focus wheel.

CR 1.7 diaphragm opening is adjusted according to the criterion of the Director of photography or, where applicable, is calculated according to registration material, speed, the shutter, filtering, focal length and the lighting conditions.

1.8 CR camera moves and changes of focus, run and are corrected, during rehearsals, adjusting them to the staging.

CR 1.9 positions of actors and props are modified, if it is necessary improve the framing and composition, according to the indications of address/realization or cinematography.

CR 1.10 equipment is protected from atmospheric elements with accessories and facilities appropriate to the circumstances of weather, following safety standards established for materials and human team.

1.11 CR the negative material is threaded and verified that the film runs through the channels and rollers, according to interruptions or failures will not occur.

CR 1.12 the recording media are point-to-point, verifying its proper functioning, tagging them and, if necessary, leaving an initial space with bars or black.

2 RP: Run the operation of camera during filming/recording, following indicated by address/realization approaches of staging, and modifying the parameters needed to get the technical and expressive adequacy.

2.1 CR the clapperboard, traditional or electronics, fits, ensuring its correct visualization and mobile parts, and registering it in coordination with the sound equipment.

CR 2.2 panoramic head controls are operated during the registration of the plane, getting the composition at each time and the fluidity of camera movements.

CR 2.3 the focus of the scene is performed acting on the focus of the lens, in direct control or remote control, following the evolution of the start-up scene through the marks obtained in the trials.

CR 2.4 objectives of variable focal focal distance is changed, acting directly on the remote control or by remote control, according to the criteria established during rehearsals.

CR 2.5 the operation of camera during shooting of image, notes permanently controlling the signalling light or indicator in the viewfinder.

CR 2.6 the field of view of the frame is checked by preventing the intrusion of unwanted objects and persons.

CR 2.7 Visual field is corrected during the taking, if necessary, keeping a composition suitable for internal movements of the framing, the stability of the image and the aesthetic criteria of the project.

CR 2.8 camera movement techniques, such as cranes, 'dollies', remote control, «steadycam», camera on his shoulder, among other things, apply accurately considering the visual style of address/realization criteria.

CR 2.9 recorded tapes and memory cards are protected by its Security tab, as well as other storage systems, are labeled and are controlled by parties written to arranging them for storage or transport.

CR 2.10 valid intakes correction is verified after your registration by clicking on the window, noting the absence of particles, dirt or scratches on the negative, and proceeding to the cleaning of the printing and surrounding area.

CR 2.11 the exposed film is extracted from the chassis in light-tight conditions; It is placed in the corresponding bags black and cans; sealed each of these, they are labelled and supplied the parts of camera by controlling their conditions of storage, transport and delivery to the laboratory.

3 RP: Capture images on plates of television using cameras and following the instructions of the team, so that they can be recorded in the control room of realization.

CR 3.1 problems detected during the trial of camera (composition errors, mismatches of focus, alignment of actors, interactions with the lighting or sound or lack of time to complete movements) are communicated to the team and are solved according to the instructions of the team.

CR horizontal and vertical movement of the camera head, 3.2 remains released during rehearsals and recording, and stops for breaks and rest breaks, according to safety rules for the camera and the team.

CR 3.3 support wheels are controlled so that they turn abruptly changing direction ensuring the necessary softness in travel.

3.4 CR approach and framing are performed during acting on camera head, focus and zoom, following the evolutions of those participating, and according to the indications of address/preparation.

CR 3.5 relevant optical adjustments, as the choice of Replicator or camera filters, are performed according to technical criteria themselves or conducting.

3.6 CR of special cameras (steadycam, bodycam, crane, hot-headed, Rails and others) operation is carried out, where appropriate, attending direction/performance criteria and applying specific safety rules of the team.

CR 3.7 recording continuity is pursued at all times, keeping the attention and anticipation of unexpected circumstances that require you to respond quickly.

CR 3.8 indications of preparation are addressed, coordinating with the rest of the camera crew, without interfering the recording with noise or assessments.

CR 3.9 camera and auxiliary material are arranged in optimal technical conditions, so service appropriate to their removal and/or storage, ensuring the proper fixing of the / s camera (s) in the support used to avoid possible damage.

4 RP: Operate with light (ENG) recording equipment, following the indications of the journalist and head of production, to get the images and, where appropriate, the intended sound.
CR 4.1 the location of equipment and material of camera, lighting and sound, is determined by examining visually quickly location.

CR 4.2 use of tripod, steadycam, or other camera support is valued and determined, assessing the characteristics of the article or news.

CR 4.3 persons or characters that will be subject to recording are previously selected according to the characteristics of the article or news, noting that they will be recognizable at the time of the recording.

CR 4.4 the most suitable settings are determined, independently or collaborating with the journalist or production manager.

CR 4.5 of camera technical adjustments are made quickly and effectively, whereas the lighting conditions and the European standards of quality.

CR 4.6 microphone camera and atmosphere connections of check adjusting them if necessary.

CR 4.7 connections for basic illumination (torch battery and camera, or foci to the mains connection) are made by considering the required lighting.

4.8 CR approach and the diaphragm are adjusted for each shot, acting with the utmost precision and speed.

CR 4.9 recording occurs, in each case, depending on the script, the informative purposes of production, anticipating the needs of editing, and adapting to the professional quality standards.

CR 4.10 the formal and technical quality of the image, the lighting and the sound of each shot are verified, and adjustments, priority, if necessary, are the speed of execution to circumstances of information quickly.

CR 4.11 the recording media is forwards, duly identified and quickly and safely, the production center, indulging in hand or using other forms of shipping.

RP 5: Validate outlets, ensuring that they meet the technical and artistic requirements desired, so that the recorded material can pass to end processes.

CR 5.1 possible technical anomalies of the decision, are monitored by review in the monitor or viewfinder requesting its repeat, if necessary.

CR 5.2 achieving the established aesthetic and expressive goals is checked Noting decision and, if necessary, determining the appropriate corrections.

CR 5.3 quality of own work is checked during the viewing of the material recorded or filmed (original video camera and copycat or digitalized in cinema), together with address/realization, extracting guidelines for further work.

CR 5.4 the technical quality of the image and decision times are reported to the team, scoring in the parts of the camera aimed at the treatment of the material in the laboratory and in the Assembly or Edition.

CR 5.5 processing instructions provided by the Director of photography are communicated to the team for its transcription in the part of camera for later use in the processing of the film.

5.6 CR employees audio channels and used sound equipment are recorded in the camera's side or on the label of the videotape, reporting to Assembly and address/realization.

CR 5.7 the result of processing of intakes in laboratory, material preassembled or copycats, is considered and valued, adapting the result to the instructions of the Department of photography and address/realization.

6 RP: Dismantle the camera unit after a recording / filming, following techniques and procedures for transport, subsequent use or storage.

CR 6.1 disassembly of the equipment and material from camera tasks are carried out in conditions of safety, reviewing and recording incidents in their status and performance.

CR 6.2 the conditions of packing and transport of the material are controlled by applying the mandatory safety standards.

CR 6.3 storage of the material is done in environmental conditions and health and safety appropriate considering its typology and characteristics.

CR 6.4 the work of loading and unloading of material and camera equipment are carried out smoothly, taking into account their fragility and cost.

CR 6.5 performance deficiencies, damage or loss of material are communicated to responsible for maintenance or responsible for production, using the channels provided for such purpose.



Professional context: media production: film, video and television cameras. Accessories. Tripods, pedestals, stands and material engineer. Batteries. In multi-camera television Studio. Remote control equipment. Radio communication equipment. Virgin material of film, video and audio. Black bags. Cans. Clappers. Microphones and basic lighting for ENG.



Products and results: tape recording of video and audio masters. Exposed cinematographic film. Memory cards or hard drives. Parts of the camera.



Used or generated information: Plan for lighting and schematics. Rundown and technical writer. Carrying out orders. Work orders and subpoenas. Sensitometricas characteristics of the emulsions. Prior information on reasons to capture for ENG. Parts of the camera. Annotations for the laboratory. Reports from the viewing of the video tape of the copycat or digitalized, in cinema. List of incidences of technical material.



TRAINING module 1: development of the PLAN of acquisition and registration Chamber level: 3 code: MF0939_3 associated with UC: collaborate in the development of the plan of acquisition and registration of audiovisual projects duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: define the technical characteristics of the systems of recruitment, registration, treatment and recording of image by mechanical means and the photochemical processes film used in the production of audiovisual works.

CE1.1 describe the elements of different types of film cameras and their differential characteristics according to the format.

CE1.2 differentiate the types of emulsion used for acquisition of images, explaining the formation of the latent image on photochemical in black and white and color media.

CE1.3 list the different existing film formats to capture and imaging, identifying their differential characteristics.

CE1.4 explain the characteristics (speed, grain, latitude, revealing, chromatic response, contrast, among others), of black-and-white and color films, as well as the criteria that determine your choice to a specific film work.

CE1.5 interpret information container and the technical documentation provided by the manufacturer of the emulsions, deducing the response sensitivity and color balance films and the possibilities of improvement in critical situations that are obtained by changing its exposure index or processing.

CE1.6 describe the auxiliary elements of the Cinematographic cameras: stands, tripods, estativos, video, among other outputs.

CE1.7 specify the performance of ancillary equipment used in the image capture: cranes, travelling, camera car, steadycam, hot heads, among others.

CE1.8 interpret the characteristics of the systems of footage and modes of identification of film frames.

CE1.9 identify the systems processing supports photochemical used in film productions.

C2: Define the technical characteristics of schemes of captation, treatment, recording and reproduction of image by electronic, digital and electromagnetic processes and the electro-optical used in the production of audiovisual programmes.

CE2.1 describe the process of transformation of light into electrical signal and the most relevant characteristics of the video signal indicating what are your standard levels.

CE2.2 define the fundamental concepts of television and video signal analog and digital.

CE2.3 list the various international standards of television, explaining its characteristics and differences.

CE2.4 explain the main existing video signal processing systems (composite, separate components, analog and digital).

CE2.5 identify and define elements and characteristics of video and television cameras.

CE2.6 describe the fundamentals of video magnetic recording and classifying recording formats, indicating the technology used and the main characteristics of each of them.

CE2.7 recognize existing codes of time in video systems.

CE2.8 specify the technologies and the equipment control of multi-camera preparation, mobile units and the television set.

C3: Describe the physical principles of optical systems employed in the capture of images.

CE3.1 specify the elements and materials that make up the objectives, characteristics and influence on the sharpness and power of resolution.

CE3.2 refer types of popular optical systems used in the capture of images.

CE3.3 describe the parameters that influence the formation of the image in the different objectives: focal length, nodal points, circles of confusion, depth of focus, depth of field, size of the image, among others.

CE3.4 classify objectives for film and video depending on its focal length and image format, describing its characteristics (angle of coverage, effect on the prospect, deformation or distortion of the image).
CE3.5 detailing the different optical accessories used in the acquisition of images, explaining its performance and usefulness.

CE3.6 describe the most common aberrations of the objectives and their corrections.

CE3.7 in a so-called an image capture coaster characterized by appropriate, calculate optical calculations:-the size of the image.

-Focal depth.

-The diameter of the circle of confusion.

-The coefficient of optical reduction or enlargement.

C4: Differentiate the technical characteristics of the systems of recruitment, registration, reproduction, treatment and monitoring of sound, used in the production of audiovisual programmes.

CE4.1 explain the basic principles of sound, fundamental parameters and the relationship with its perception by humans.

CE4.2 describe the physiological foundations of human sound perception.

CE4.3 determine the basic differences between digital and analog sound.

CE4.4 list teams capture audio, treatment of signal and acoustic screens, devices, cables and standard connectors that are used in a sound system, indicating the type, function and features of each of them and their interrelationships.

CE4.5 describe the fundamentals of audio recording, analog and digital, and classify the recording formats and supports sound, indicating the technology used and the main characteristics of each of them.

CE4.6 identify the fundamentals of the treatment and processing of the audio signal and to relate basic computer treatment of application to the postproduction of the sound.

C5: Describe the elements, theories and resources of audiovisual language, for use in the capture and recording of images and sounds.

CE5.1 explain the characteristics of perception, his theories and factors in the effectiveness of communication.

CE5.2 identify and differentiate the specific narrative techniques used in each medium of expression.

CE5.3 recognize and define narrative, descriptive and expressive elements of audiovisual language: plans and their typology, take, scene, stream, field and off-field, camera, among other moves.

CE5.4 identify the type of planes, movements, special effects, transitions and their codes of representation based on the analysis of audiovisual documents.

CE5.5 describe principles, characteristics and kinds of composition of the audiovisual frame.

CE5.6 define the types of ellipsis and image transitions, and their corresponding functions.

CE5.7 identify the elements that guarantee the continuity and correct fragmentation of the stage space in audiovisual productions.

CE5.8 the basic principles of narrative and of audiovisual language plans realization in multi-camera.

CE5.9 describe the functions of the soundtrack in the audiovisual narrative.

CE5.10 analyze Visual and audible messages evaluating its communicative effectiveness and deducing the purpose of communication and the nature and structure of the message.

CE5.11 expose the process of creation and adaptation of a literary work, idea or event to a technical script, listing the steps and documents generated.

C6: Analyze the technical documentation of the audiovisual projects, identifying the technical and human resources needed to proceed with its acquisition and/or registration.

CE6.1 describe and relate in organization charts professional functions and characteristic of the audiovisual production jobs.

CE6.2 distinguish and describe the types of companies and the different types of audiovisual products.

CE6.3 relate the many genres of works or audiovisual programs and their features.

CE6.4 describe the different phases of the production process of an audiovisual work identifying the technologies used in each one of them according to the type of registration.

CE6.5 differentiate the main characteristics of the technical papers (script, screenplay, decorated plant, work plan, among others) common in the audiovisual production interpreting its structure, its codes and the symbols.

CE6.6 determine, based on an analysis of the documentation of a specific project, the needs of material to the realization of a specific camera and camera team program.

CE6.7 interpret plants and elevations of venues given with technical and scenographic elements location information, identifying graphic symbols and codes.

CE6.8 in a practical course of an audiovisual production determined characterized by technical script, the rundown and decorated plant, identify:-the type and genre of work or program.

-Visual style.

-The setting in scene.

-The number of planes and their characteristics.

-Processes and audiovisual techniques involved.

-The location, direction and camera on decorations plant movements.

-The conditions of execution and quality, through the estimation of possible difficulties of origin technical or narrative, and providing solutions that facilitate recruitment and registration.

C7: Plan the process of capturing/recording of images in audiovisual productions, according to criteria of attainment of quality and value for money.

CE7.1 distinguish the features of different models of plans of filming/recording, according to the means of expression and gender.

CE7.2 in a practical case of a particular audiovisual production characterized by precise technical documentation:-describe the technical, expressive and artistic difficulties and administrative (filming permits, authorizations, among others) to be considered in a given project.

-Estimate the time needed to finish the filming of each sequence.

-Elaborate planning of cameras, its location and the planes assigned, numbering and specifying the type of framing and camera moves features if any.

CE7.3 in a practical case of a particular audiovisual production characterized by precise technical documentation:-calculate the possibilities of combination of all technical and artistic resources to generate an optimal plan of capturing or recording streaming performance and costs.

-Reflect a plan of filming/recording ordered by sessions, all needs and times provided for the capture/recording of images.

-Capture in an attached document to capture/record plan, the relationship of all human needs and materials according to the requirements according to the optimization of resources.

CE7.4 make a rundown of recording from the viewing of programs news, documentaries, magazines or dramatic, among others.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C3 with respect to CE3.7; Complete C6; Complete C7.

Other capabilities: act quickly in problematic situations and not just waiting.

Demonstrate resistance to stress, stability of mood and impulse control.

Adapt to new contexts or situations.

Demonstrate responsibility before the successes and mistakes and failures.

Respect the procedures and internal rules of the organization.

Get used to the pace of work of the organization.



Contents: 1. film camera film, video and television technology: types, features, characteristics, components and accessories.

Media and film formats: types and features.

Equipment and auxiliaries of catchment.

Materials in black and white and color.

Techniques and methods of filming.

The processing of film material: stages, materials, equipment and significant parameters.

New technologies in film production.

The technical and technological developments.

Television and video camera: types, features and benefits.

CCD: types and features.

Camera accessories.

The video signal. Types. Analog and digital signals. Quality parameters.

The recording and its techniques.

Electro-optical and magnetic recording systems.

Systems and video formats: types, features and benefits.

Recording of image and sound media. Features. Types.

Elements and auxiliary controls on recruitment.



2. the formation of the cinematographic image and TV simple lenses and optical systems.

Focal distance and depth of field. Optical calculations.

Depth of focus and circles of confusion.

Objectives: types and features.

Manufacture and design of objectives: aberrations, luminosity and coverage.

Targets for photography, film and TV.

Optical accessories.



3. sensitive emulsions and electronic sensors emulsion. Features.

Types of films.

The process of printing films.

Rules of conservation of photo-sensitive materials.

The electronic sensor. Features.

Types of CCD and CMOS sensors.

Data storage processes.



4. systems for collection and registration of sound nature of the sound. Acoustic. Units.

Digital and analog sound.

The uptake of the sound. Microphones. Types. Features.

The sound recording.

Sound equipment to capture on film, video and television. Features.

Electro-optical and magnetic recording systems.

Features, benefits and types of playback and audio post-production equipment: amplifiers, mixing, MIDI system, computer systems, acoustic screens.
5 language and narrative of the audiovisual image genres of film, video and television.

The construction of Visual messages.

Types of framing.

Camera movements.

Continuity.

The space/time relationship.

Theory of the Assembly.

The soundtrack: expressive contributions.

The script.



6. industry and processes of audiovisual production types and structure of film, video and television companies.

Film, video and television production processes.

The team in film, video and television productions.

Forms and parts organizational film, video and television production process.

Planning techniques.

The final balance of the production.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the collaboration in the development of the plan for collection and registration of audiovisual projects, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: media technical camera level: 3 code: MF0940_3 associated with UC: verify the technical adequacy and operation of recruitment resources and recording duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: check the mechanical operation of film, video and TV cameras and operability, using the evidence necessary to ensure a correct mechanical and operating behavior , during the acquisition/registration of a particular project.

CE1.1 identify, to a sample set, formats and supports film and video relating them with their corresponding cameras.

CE1.2 starting from the analysis of different samples, recognize the conservation status of different emulsions and brackets.

CE1.3 disassemble and assemble correctly the mechanical parts of a camera:-frame of film.

-Optics.

-Viewer and long lens.

-Base and bar caddy.

-Sunscreen, visors and filter holder.

-Focus knob.

-Remote zoom lenses and others.

CE1.4 mechanical the operation of camera adjustments:-fixed and variable shutter.

-Attack (Pitch) puncture on film cameras.

-Grease and fluidity of ventanilla, hook and contragarfio.

-Speed and passing of crank.

CE1.5 handled correctly different types of cables and connectors for power, signal of video, sincros, signal of audio and remote mechanisms of film, video, electronic and digital cameras.

CE1.6 correction to load different types of chassis of film in black or fourth bag charging, with appropriate loops.

CE1.7 Threading film film respecting loops and checking their correct displacement.

CE1.8 describe the optimal conditions of conservation and transport of mechanical equipments.

C2: Check the electronic operation of cameras, film, video and television, and their registration systems, using the evidence necessary to ensure a correct behaviour during the acquisition/registration of a particular project.

CE2.1 operate the basic functions of a multimeter and check the State of cables, connections and types of power and signals.

CE2.2 in a practical simulation: Configure and connect different video and audio by sending the signal to sites default with the necessary quality.

CE2.3 in a practical simulation: handling, on a well known camera or from your CCU, settings of brightness, gamma and contrast with reference signals, adjusting them to previously defined conditions.

CE2.4 know the operation and identify the setup menus and settings capture and signal processing to get a kind of image with a given camera.

CE2.5 in a practical simulation: check the level of recording and output in playback of video in the VCR signal diagnosing potential problems.

CE2.6 describe the optimal conditions of storage and transport of electronic equipment.

C3: Check correct operation of the optical cameras, via the tests necessary to ensure the quality of the jacks in a particular project.

CE3.1 cleaning different types of optics, onto its rings or mounts and adjust back focus (back focus) with the appropriate reference letters or through the use of a collimator.

CE3.2 describe the different formats of standard and non-standard window and, where appropriate, optical compression performed the anamorphic objectives.

CE3.3 manage guides or calculation tables type Kelly and accurate electronic devices for the calculation of angulation, field of vision, depth of field and hyperfocal distance.

CE3.4 demonstrate criterion when considering object-focused and blurred in a practical application, according to narrative given considerations.

CE3.5 describe the optimal conditions of storage and transport of the optics, and alterations that may be submitted by improper transfers.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. checking and updating of mechanical cameras film the mechanisms of continuous drag adjustment system.

Checking for intermittent drive mechanisms.

Print the frame channel checking: deck and contraplatina.

Installation or replacement of window.

Shutter adjustment procedures: opening, closing and opening cast controls.

Handling of the chassis: installation and load the film.

Camera controls: Tote, tachometer, rangefinder, frames, and footage counter other.

Adjusting the viewfinder.

Installation on tripods, pedestals, cranes and special brackets.

Techniques of conservation and transport of mechanical equipment.



2 testing and commissioning of the electronic camera system of film, video and television techniques of adjustment of the electronic systems on film cameras.

Configuration and routing of video and audio signals.

Connectors: types and applications.

Procedures for checking the status of cables, connectors, power supplies and video signals.

Configuration and connection of video and audio equipment.

Checking and adjusting the camera motor.

Setting the controls of the camera: exposure, white balance, color, focus, gain, digital effects, bars other.

Control cameras (CCU).

Adjustment of brightness, gamma, and contrast of camera techniques.

Techniques of adjustment of acquisition and signal processing for obtaining images with special features.

Control techniques in the VTR recording and playback output levels.

Checking and adjusting the sound capturing systems.

Techniques of maintenance of electronic systems of film, video and television cameras.

Procedures of set-up and maintenance of VTRs.



3. checking and fine tuning of the optical system in film, video and television cameras mounting and dismounting of the optical systems in the Chamber.

Installation of Optical Accessories: lens hood, filter holder, filters, visors, other.

Techniques of adjustment and control of the diaphragm.

Focus adjustment techniques: use of reference letters and collimators.

Check operations: angulation, field, depth of field and hyperfocal distance. Objective anamorphic and optical compression.

Procedures for maintenance and transport of equipment and optical systems.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.
Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the verification of the technical adequacy and operation of resources uptake and registration, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: lighting for productions audiovisual level: 3 code: MF0941_3 associated with UC: collaborate on the design and execution of the lighting of audiovisual productions duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: relate the basic principles of physics and the perception of light and color.

CE1.1 describe the nature of the light and phenomena relating to its propagation (reflection, transmission and absorption, law of inverse square, among others), relating their behavior to certain materials.

CE1.2 relate concepts photometric luminous flux, intensity, luminance and its units.

CE1.3 describe the fundamentals of human vision.

CE1.4 analysis of visual perception and the phenomena that determine it:-the logarithmic perception of brightness.

-Chromatic adaptation.

-Adaptation and brightness and color constancy.

-The perception of the space.

CE1.5 describe the fundamentals of color and attributes of hue, brightness and saturation.

CE1.6 define color schemes; the additive and subtractive color synthesis, as well as the relationship between the spectral composition of light, color temperature and properties of illuminated bodies.

CE1.7 describe the characteristics and uses of filters used in the audiovisual take on film and video.

CE1.8 analyze the various methods of conversion and color balance in optics and its relation with the light sources.

C2: Evaluate the relationship between computers and acquisition/registration materials and lighting features.

CE2.1 relate the responses of different materials and picture capture/record supports default preset lighting scheme.

CE2.2 differentiate exposure control systems: iris or diaphragm, neutral density filter, gain, speed electronic shutter and shutter angle.

CE2.3 describe the process of automatic and manual exposure control.

CE2.4 describe the equipment and methods of measurement of the quantity and quality of illumination, the brightness and contrast: photometers of incident and reflected light (angular and timely) and termocolorimetro.

CE2.5 relate the different methods, equipment and materials for control and color balance: white balance, filters and exposure compensation).

CE2.6 a practical simulation with imaging equipment: operate the monitoring equipment of the video signal for the amount and colour of lighting control: adjustment of the monitor camera and scene, zebra pattern, waveform and vectorscope monitor.

CE2.7 relate the different settings of recording (sensitivity, gain, chromatic, forced balance), the parameters of lighting materials.

CE2.8 determine the requirements of a particular lighting, according to the variables of post-processing of the recorded image.

CE2.9 relating to the characteristics of the lighting in the shot with the rear control and possible treatments of the image («matching», image adjustments in video, correction of color or luminance, among others).

C3: Describe features, functionality and benefits of the various projectors and accessories used in the lighting of audiovisual productions.

CE3.1 define and classify the different types of headlamps or luminaires according to their performance and their essential characteristics.

CE3.2 differentiate major attachments used in the lighting control: lenses for projectors, modification of the beam of light, lens, fresnel, PC lens, reflector parabolic and asymmetric, among others.

CE3.3 relate the effects of light with its forms of projection and the varying distances between the projector, the subject and the background.

CE3.4 recognize how the lighting level affects the concentration of the light beam, the projection angle and the distance from the projector to the subject.

CE3.5 differentiate the forms of use of the elements used in the modification of appearance, quality and quantity of light: cuts, Chiffons, reflectors, flags, black, among others.

CE3.6 distinguish and recognize the different mounting systems of projectors (brackets, fastening and orientation controls), as well as their use and safety standards.

CE3.7 describe the basic characteristics of the equipment and electrical control systems of the light intensity, their connections and methods of operation.

CE3.8 explain the fundamentals of electricity apply to lighting: AC and DC, power calculations of load distribution, wiring and connections.

C4: Relate general principles of lighting applied to audiovisual production.

CE4.1 describe the functionality and the position of the lights in a basic lighting scheme.

CE4.2 describe the functionality of other complementary elements of lighting in a given schema: light shaping or outline, eyes, effect light, secondary, among others.

CE4.3 relate the effects of the direction and quality of light in appearance, texture, color, and contrast of the subject.

CE4.4 distinguish more proper lighting techniques to promote, disadvantage or modify specific features of a subject (face, human figure and costumes).

CE4.5 relate the effects of chromatic characteristics of the light with the sensations that can occur in the Viewer.

CE4.6 describe the expressive and technical characteristics of lighting in high key or key low, proven or surround.

CE4.7 assess the possible influence that in making lighting can produce the movements of the characters and the location of the camera.

CE4.8 identifying the problems in the lighting of the capture/record in multi-camera.

CE4.9 describe the basic effects of lighting in the scene: effect day, night, day for night effect, light Moon, rain, smoke and fog, lightning, among others.

CE4.10 describe the characteristics that must comply with the lighting for the realization of basic technological effects as the inclusion in color ("chroma key").

C5: Define the precise lighting needs, in a project to put up.

CE5.1 in a so-called image lighting coaster characterized by technical documentation required, determine needs:-equipment.

-Expressive.

-Of components and functions of the human team.

-Of the work sequence.

-Design lighting schemes.

CE5.2 deduce, from simulations, properly characterized, effects which may pose the scenery or location by absorption or reflection of the lights and the possibilities for the location and restraint of the light sources.

CE5.3 recognize the most significant methods of design and planning of lighting schemes (flat stage, specific software of design and simulation, among others).

C6: Illuminating audiovisual productions in projects of audiovisual productions.

CE6.1 determine the quality and quantity of lights that make up a complete scheme of lighting according to predetermined conditions, considering the features of registration material and adjustment of parameters of the camera.

CE6.2 adjust filters, diffusers, light cuts, and other necessary accessories according to the project, for the achievement of desired environment and effects.

CE6.3 in a so-called image lighting coaster characterized by technical documentation required, perform:-the electrical connection.

-The wiring.

-The allocation of light to the table of lighting sources.

-The precise calculations of power to run.

CE6.4 determine the required lighting according to narrative, dramatic, aesthetic, of staging and organisational, considerations from a practical simulation.

CE6.5 in a so-called image lighting coaster characterized by technical documentation required to determine:-the sources and light projectors.

-Power supplies.

-The necessary supporting structures.

-The location and the directionality of the projectors.

-The intensity of the beam, filtering and/or cuts.

-The console lighting and necessary connections (number of channels, functions, among others).

-Apply in practice adopted lighting schemes.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C5 complete; Complete C6.

Other skills: be responsible for the fulfilment of the objectives and the work that develops.

Demonstrate a good make professional.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Proposed challenging objectives involving a level of performance and efficiency higher than the achieved previously.
Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Demonstrate creativity in the development of the work performed.



Contents: 1. physics and perception of light in audiovisual productions transmission, reflection, scattering, and diffraction of light.

Law of the inverse of the square of the distance. Applications.

Perception of light and adaptation.

Audiovisual psychological applications in the treatment of light.



2. control of the exhibition in audiovisual productions level of light in the scene.

The exhibition.

The exposure meter. Types.

Methods of measurement.

Brightness of the image controls (aperture, f-stop and number T, camera, shutter speed and electronics, angle of shutter, filters ND, etc.).

Latitude of exposure of registration material.

Contrast lighting and scene.



3 color control in the color parameters audiovisual productions.

Color systems.

The color reproduction.

Color temperature.

The color balance.

Chromatic sensitivity.

The termocolorimetro.

The vectorscope.

Conversion and color correction filters.



4 sources of light in audiovisual productions fonts: tungsten, HMI, arches, fluorescent, xenon and other sources.

Light projectors: Fresnel, open, lamps pair and pair of diffuse light groups, from Cyclorama, fluorescent units, portable torches.

Types of lamps and Sockets.

Accessories: reflectors, flags, black, gauze, castings, fasteners and adapters.

Fundamentals of electricity.

Calculations of load and distribution.

Power supplies. Generators. Mains.

Wiring and interconnection of electrical equipment.

Measures of safety and use.



5. the key elements of the basic scheme of lighting lighting scheme: main light, fill and backlight.

Auxiliary lighting elements: profiling, light eyes, background and environment.

Quality factors: hard and soft.

Directionality and beam angle.

Lighting techniques.

Dramatic intention and creation of atmosphere.

Lighting techniques for multi-camera.



6. planning of resources in audiovisual productions companies of lighting: types and structures.

Process of illumination of audiovisual productions.

The team in the lighting.

The interpretation of the script in the lighting process.

Forms and organizational processes of audiovisual lighting parts.

Scenery design and adaptation of locations: location of projectors and control of luminosity.

Planning techniques adapted to the lighting process.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to collaboration in the design and execution of the lighting of audiovisual productions, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: capture of image AUDIOVISUAL level: 3 code: MF0942_3 associated with UC: images according to the technical, artistic and communicative criteria of the audiovisual project duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: operate camera during the capture/recording of images for audiovisual productions, making modifications and adjustments, if applicable, and following the approaches of putting in scene to achieve the desired technical and expressive adequacy.

CE1.1 adjust different types of stands (stands, tripods and heads) for different types of camera.

CE1.2 operating heads of friction, cranks and three axles, adjusting their frictions and triggering their blockades when necessary.

CE1.3 operate different specialty media from camera (camera in hand, estativos, «steadycam», «travelling», «dollies», cranes and hot heads, car camera, car mounts, Rails and others) relating your skills with expressive and aesthetic criteria.

CE1.4 operate a video ("Video Assistant") system by installing it on a camera.

CE1.5 in a practical simulation carried out in preset conditions of opening the IRIS and focal length of various targets:-focus on different distances.

-Vary the focus during shooting.

-To determine the depth of field and its variations during shooting.

-Calculate the hyperfocal distance.

CE1.6 in a so-called practical of image capture, properly characterized by technical documentation required, identify the requirements of continuity of all levels within the sequence, and applied in a practical exercise procedures assuring it:-action axis.

-Correspondence of looks.

-Continuity of internal movements between consecutive drawings.

-Fluency in the cuts between shots with external movements.

-Progression of flat sizes.

-Avoid jumps proportional or with little variation in the angle of outlet.

-Regulation of the speed of panoramic and tracking shots with flat sizes.

CE1.7 in a practical course of capture/record, duly characterized by technical documentation required, apply the principles of visual narrative related to the decision of moving image:-morphological elements: point, line, shape, color, texture and light.

-Golden section, balance, and geometry.

-Sizes and values of the plane.

-Framing and space.

-Rule of thirds.

-Linear and atmospheric perspective.

-Points of interest and visual journey in the composition.

CE1.8 describe the processes of dismantling of camera, collecting material and management of exposed film, video tapes or the stand involved caring for their correct identification, protection, storage, and their conditions of transport and delivery, facilitating the party or previously agreed form.

C2: Check the operation of imaging in multi-camera production crews and operate cameras, according to instructions of preparation and ensuring the quality of the images.

CE2.1 identify the modalities of television production with realization multi-camera and its peculiarities: recording in Studio with control performance, recording or broadcast with mobile units in outdoor, recording or broadcast with light mobile units (type PEL).

CE2.2 describe the basic procedures of realization in multi-camera, relating them with the principles of the audiovisual narrative and genres and television formats.

CE2.3 own realization multi-camera human teams identify and describe the needs of collaboration (Director, assistants, Alderman, operator of camera control units, technical study, sound operators, operators of lighting, mounting Illuminators, scenography and others).

CE2.4 describe own realization of camera equipment MultiCam and its operation: camera, common objectives, connection to control unit from camera (CCU), intercom and supports common equipment.

CE2.5 in a practical course of preparation in multi-camera characterized by a recording project:-interpret the documents of this type of production: technical writer or planning, rundown, decorated plant and breakdown of planes by camera.

-Suggest the improvement of planning by specifying variations in viewpoints, sizes of flat or movements.

-Coordinate the cameras, providing assessments, positions likely to meddling in the box of other cameras and inadequacies of time to reach the intended settings.

-Check the camera status, their objective, their support and their accessories to collaborating with other technicians of the study.

-To facilitate the Equalization of images from different cameras, working in white balance, Iris adjustment and other operations with the CCU operator and lighting.

-Operate the camera (focusing, zooming, and other settings) and their support (panoramic horizontal and vertical friction and locks) according the instructions of preparation in trials and during the recording.

-Provide movement to monitor the position of the wheels and remote cable.

-Note at what time the camera is in the air and when isn't it, to proceed, respectively, run flat with correction or to prepare the following plan.

-Display the return or exit program, as required, through the camera viewfinder.

C3: Record, controlled projects, images and sounds with recording, in an autonomous way, light equipment or according to some instructions above.
CE3.1 identify strategies of imaging feature graphic (ENG) and gender related and relate them to the cameras, objectives, brackets and the ideal accessory material.

CE3.2 describe the appropriate media to capture images with light equipment and techniques for securing the camera.

CE3.3 identify the sound equipment of ENG, differentiating the types of microphones, and describing the process of connection to the audio inputs of the Chamber, the sound monitoring and adjustment of levels.

CE3.4 identify the light lighting equipment suitable for ENG and describe the process of enlightenment of basic situations: statements, intros, interviews, photo montages, exhibitions and others.

CE3.5 identify the specific objectives of the ENG recording, describing their protocols and common focus and framing techniques.

CE3.6 in a practical course of imaging with autonomous camera, characterized by the recording project:-choose recording space in most suitable camera positions to register for the event, according to criteria of informational and expressive.

-Have the camera in the relevant support or hold it the best way to capture the intended level.

-Prepare registration support addressing standards as the recording of bars and black, generation and recording time code, identify tapes and, where appropriate, marking of good shots or significant moments.

-Prepare the registration of sound, connecting microphones or lines to the camera, monitoring and adjusting their levels.

-Provide necessary lighting, camera (torch) or on their own supports, adapting it, where appropriate, to natural or available at the site lighting.

-Adjust the camera viewfinder with bars reference generated by herself and, if necessary, adjust the previously connected field monitor.

-Choose the filter appropriate to the lighting and proceed to the white balance.

-Select the settings of gain, electronic shutter, correction of elbow and slope and others that are relevant to the desired image.

-Coordinating the positions of those participating in the space to register when it is possible to intervene in the event.

-Evaluate the circumstances of lighting through the viewer and determine the proper diaphragm.

-Operate the camera framing and focusing on the subjects, objects and space to register, according to their evolutions and anticipating all kinds of unexpected actions.

-Register, in his case, environment sound and speakers, controlling their levels and anticipating possible changes in sound volume.

-Check battery charge level, anticipating its possible depletion in important moments of the event, proceeding, if necessary, to the charge of batteries.

-Verify the correctness of the outlets as they are doing and decide the repetition of the wrong whenever possible.

CE3.7 in a simulation of practical, dismantling the team and manage the tapes or the involved support caring for their correct identification, protection, storage, and their conditions of transport and delivery, facilitating the party or previously agreed form.

C4: Assessing intakes and determine its validity, according to set criteria, in practical cases properly characterized.

CE4.1 rating taking correction as it develops, according to criteria of address/realization, cinematography and own, such as the adequacy of the framing, image stability, the absence of unwanted elements in the picture, the aesthetics of the composition and continuity throughout the sequence.

CE4.2 Verify the correctness of the approach along the outlet and as you were making, determining if subjects or objects to focus on remaining within the depth of field available in every moment.

CE4.3 check, in the case of film making, its validity, accessing the window of the film camera to observe the presence of dirt or scratches.

CE4.4 propose the repetition of the intake when not to achieve the intended objectives, adopting corrective measures that enable to achieve them.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3; C4 complete.

Other capabilities: act quickly in problematic situations and not just waiting.

Demonstrate resistance to stress, stability of mood and impulse control.

Adapt to new contexts or situations.

Demonstrate responsibility before the successes and mistakes and failures.

Respect the procedures and internal rules of the organization.

Get used to the pace of work of the organization.



Contents: 1. operation of camera focus techniques: minimum distance, hyperfocal distance and depth of field, depth of focus control, control focal plane.

Optical and modifying accessories of the approach: multiplier approach, wide-angle lenses.

Accessories for the focus on film or HD cameras: focus, remote controls, rings.

The cinematic approach technique.

Film camera operations. Movements and adjustments of the camera and the pedestal head.

Framing and monitoring techniques applied to cinematography. The stage space.

Video equipment applied to film making.

Material engineer.

Management of sensitive material and the recording media. Labels, parts and reports.



2 narrative and rules of composition of the image, audiovisual narrative. Time and space. Values of plane. Axes of action. Point of view and subjectivity. Continuity and types of «raccord».

Aesthetics and composition of the image. Space and framing. Balance. Expressive values of the objectives. Camera angles. Formats and aspect ratios. Morphological elements. Rule of thirds. The air. Points of interest and visual journey in the composition. Linear and atmospheric perspective.



3. the decision on television television genres. Television production methodologies.

The multi-camera realization. Techniques and methods of preparation multi-camera. The visual narrative and continuity in MultiCam. Composition in 4:3 and 16:9.

Functions in the multi-camera human team. Phases of production. Communication protocols between the team.

The television camera. Objectives for television cameras. The camera Control Unit (CCU). Stands for television cameras. The technical equipment of the plate, control of preparation and mobile units.

Operation of the television camera. Movements and adjustments of the camera and the pedestal head.

Focus and zoom. Multipliers. Framing and monitoring techniques. Space and scenery.

Broadcast camera techniques. Techniques for cameras at special stands.

The technical writer. The rundown. Breakdown by blocks. Listing of plans by camera.



4. the outlet with autonomous video productions with autonomous camera camera. Television genres of informative character. Interview, news, reportage and documentary.

Cameras and technical equipment for autonomous camera-ENG productions. Supports digital and analog video formats and recording. ENG recording techniques.

The sound recording. Microphones, mixers, monitoring and wiring. The audio tracks.

Audio parameters. Analog and digital audio recording standards.

Informational genres lighting techniques.

Basic editing of video and audio news genres.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the obtaining of images according to the technical, artistic and communicative criteria of the project, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex IV professional qualifications: development of interactive multimedia audiovisual products family professional: image and sound level: 3 code: IMS295_3 general competence develop interactive multimedia audiovisual products collaborating in its planning and integrating all the elements and sources involved in its creation, taking into account their relationships, dependencies, and interactivity, from parameters previously set criteria, providing their own criteria.



Competition UC0943_3 units: define multimedia audiovisual projects interactive UC0944_3: generate and adapt the multimedia audiovisual content and external
UC0945_3: Integrate elements and sources by author and UC0946_3 editing tools: processes of evaluation of the prototype, quality control and documentation of the audiovisual product interactive multimedia environment professional scope professional develops his professional activity in the area of multimedia devoted to the development of interactive multimedia audiovisual products in large, medium-sized and small enterprises of interactive and non-interactive multimedia productions , companies or departments of new technologies producing film, video and television and Internet solutions companies, both public and private, and anyone who is its legal ownership, self-employment, freelance, and others. It develops its activity depending on, where appropriate, functional and/or hierarchical from a superior. In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Sectors production is located in the audiovisual sector: interactive television, advertising, video games, DVD, CD-ROM, Blu-RAY, Internet and new technologies, design applications for mobile devices, and devices of augmented reality, as well as in cross-platform products and any other sector that has any of these activities.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Graphic digital audiovisual multimedia integrators developers of multimedia audiovisual media audiovisual content editors interactive and non-interactive multimedia developers helpers of realization on multimedia technicians in multimedia systems training associate (540 hours) training modules MF0943_3: interactive multimedia audiovisual projects (90 hours) MF0944_3: generation and adaptation of the multimedia audiovisual contents (180 hours) MF0945_3: integration of elements and sources by author and Edition (180 hours) MF0946_3 tools : Evaluation of the prototype, quality control and interactive multimedia audiovisual product documentation (90 hours) unit of competition 1: define projects audiovisual MULTIMEDIA interactive level: 3 code: UC0943_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: determine the characteristics of the interactive multimedia project by defining type, the genre of the product and its technical requirements.

CR 1.1 communicative, functional and formal objectives, and to develop project specifications are determined considering the catalogue of requirements and a set of initial models of high level.

CR 1.2 characteristics of the product relating to gender, narrative and graphic style and time limits are determined according to the targets set by the customer.

CR 1.3 requirements catalogue is completed by analyzing and assessing any other relevant information: contents or originally available in other media sources, book style, corporate identity manual, standards, regulations, among others.

1.4 CR information model on connections, interfaces, descriptions, activities and requirements, which complements the documentation of the specifications, is done by analyzing information needs, to achieve the General requirements and conceptual models.

CR 1.5 specifications for the design, execution and documentation standards, developed by the teams of analysis, design and realization, are distributed among the different actors involved in the development of project management, evaluation and interpretation.

CR 1.6 technical specifications are defined according to the requirements of accessibility, compatibility and interoperability between platforms to minimize development and/or maintenance, balance quality/costs and encourage its use with different browsers, platforms and technologies.

CR 1.7 technology architecture is identified by analyzing the planned capabilities, specifications and the requirements of a technical nature, depending on the media and the time necessary for its development and implementation.

2 RP: Programming interactive multimedia project work phases, according to criteria of optimization of resources, time and budget.

CR 2.1 the plan of action for the development and implementation of the model, and the architecture of selected information, is made according to the limitations and considerations relating to the resources available (human and technical), deadlines and costs.

CR 2.2 work deadlines are estimated by evaluating the risks detected in previous projects.

CR 2.3 plans work, follow-up, quality and maintenance, are assumed by the various participants in the development of the project along with the rest of technical policies and safety, planning, management of changes and quality management guidelines.

CR 2.4 logistical aspects related to material, meeting facilities, documentation, among others, standards materialize favouring the work efficiency.

CR 2.5 conventions, access to information and communications systems between the teams, are determined according to the degree of participation of the technical personnel of the project, facilitating the Organization of the technical and aesthetic resources during the different phases.

3 RP: Determine the necessary equipment for the production of interactive multimedia, adjusting to the technical needs and budget defined in the project.

CR 3.1 features and components of the technological architecture of production, previously selected are determined taking into account, the analysis of the resources available and the requirements of a technical nature.

3.2 CR parameters and procedures for managing the project, put on the verge of equipment and tools, connectivity and communications, quality assurance and safety of the environment, determine, to optimize production, according to the criteria of the Organization's security and management.

CR 3.3 System State backups, updates, registry changes, version control, and trace its evolution, are determined to ensuring the integrity and availability of the appropriate version of the products, and facilitating its reuse and/or modification to possible changes of initial requirements.

4 RP: Determine the characteristics of the necessary sources for the realization of an interactive multimedia project based on aesthetic, narrative, and technical specifications.

CR 4.1 different sources, whether they are text, sounds, graphics, image fixed or movement, or combination of these, are identified as modules of information, from the specifications, ensuring information integrity, size, position and function in the product.

CR 4.2 information modules are checked from the specifications and their function in the product determining, in each case, his narrative mode: linear (sequential and determined) or interactive.

CR 4.3 appropriate file formats from different sources, along with their characteristics and properties, are identified, from the specifications, ensuring commitment to product quality according to the technological architecture, support of broadcasting or publishing target.

CR 4.4 legislation on copyright and intellectual property rights is fulfilled according to the particular characteristics of the interactive multimedia project.

CR 4.5 sources provided by the various participants in the project are organized according to the requirements of safety and operation agreed, considering the peculiarities of the chosen storage medium.



Professional context: means of production: multimedia development environments or platforms. Tools of creation, editing, treatment and retouch of sources. Integrated development environments. Author or multimedia integration tools. Storage media.



Products and results: definition of the project. Work plans. Planning, definition, specification and selection of architectures and human resources. Organization and setup of the technological environment of production or development. Setting of the narrative, technical and aesthetic characteristics of sources.



Used or generated information: catalogue of requirements of multimedia projects. Books of style. Corporate identity manuals. Legislation on copyright. Documentation standards. Models. Recommendations and technical standards. Specifications for design and realization. "storyboard". Work plans. Assurance of the quality, safety and maintenance plans. Diagrams. Technical specifications. Specifications of the technological architectures (of the model of information and production or development support). Organization and technology development and production environment configuration parameters. Usability and accessibility standards.



Unit 2 competition: Generate and adapt its own MULTIMEDIA audiovisual contents and external level: 3 code: UC0944_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: create the sources and models according to the specifications of the interactive multimedia project, adapting them to the media.
CR 1.1 the different necessary modules of information are generated or created, from specifications or indications of preparation, according to the formal or aesthetic character requirements and ensuring consistency, relevance and stylistic unity of the project.

CR 1.2 job templates and style sheets are created from the design specifications, respecting the aesthetic and formal criteria and in accordance with the technical requirements.

CR 1.3 sources of audio, video and/or animation necessary, considered as linear or interactive information modules, are created and/or edited noting documentation standards and according to the narrative, expressive and descriptive criteria of the audiovisual language.

CR 1.4 different sequences of video (streaming, on-demand) and audio (sound effects, soundtrack), are considering the technical parameters of the project and its support or means of dissemination.

CR 1.5 voiceovers from the script catches are made, respecting the times set by the requirements of the project.

CR 1.6 animations and sprites, clips either loops or finite, are carried out according to the characteristics of the project.

CR 1.7 necessary graphics sources, considered as interface elements, are created and/or edited observing standards of documentation, according to the formal and functional criteria and respecting minimum standards of usability and accessibility to allow an optimal user experience.

CR 1.8 different proposals for layout of screens or designs of levels, in the case of video games, are prepared according to the requirements of the technical script.

CR 1.9 captured supplies, created and/or edited, are stored in the appropriate format depending on the technological architecture, support of broadcasting and/or the publishing target.

RP 2: Assess the quality of proposals for sources and models generated by external devices, checking their adjustment to the criteria of the project.

2.1 CR sources provided by client departments or by external equipment, evaluating their quality and identifying those which require reprocessing, such as graphics and voice-overs are checked.

CR 2.2 the technical properties of the sources provided by externally-based teams are verified by ensuring their quality and compatibility with the project.

CR 2.3 technical and expressive quality of sources provided by the client, is verified by checking their adjustment to the technical specifications defined by the project.

CR 2.4 model of design departments screens proposals themselves are they valued or reset, if necessary, contrasting them with the customer.

3 RP: Adjust the characteristics of the media sources produced by external equipment according to criteria of quality, aesthetic and technical, adapting them to the requirements of the project.

CR 3.1 the size, resolution and format sources, is adjusted according to criteria of quality, aesthetic and technical, and using the nomenclature defined the project to generate a master's work.

CR 3.2 fonts are compressed or converted to formats predefined in the project, optimizing performance and resource consumption.

CR 3.3 different sources are combined, retouched or eliminate partially, according to the needs of the project: videos, subtitles, text image, defects, image parts not desired, among others.

CR 3.4 video clips are edited by eliminating unnecessary fragments, adjusting to the narrative time, or by applying special effects specified in the project.

CR 3.5 sources provided by external equipment are stored in safety supports and prepares the points of return, for a possible further restructuring of the project.



Professional context: means of production: multimedia development environments or platforms. Tools of creation, editing, treatment and retouch of sources. Storage media.



Products and results: files of different formats for integration: text, audio, still image, video and animation files.



Used or generated information: documentation standards. Specifications for design and realization. Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Work plan. Quality of received sources report. Index of sources.



UNIT of competency 3: Integrate the elements and the sources through tools of author and Edition level: 3 code: UC0945_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: compose the screens, pages, levels or slides according to the models and sketches of design, integrating the necessary sources using authoring tools.

CR 1.1 image sources are integrated into its position on the screen, following the guidelines of the sketches of design or realization.

CR 1.2 texts are integrated into screen providing them with the format established in the project.

1.3 CR speech and audio sources are integrated on the project, according to the times of each stage, screen, or other narrative element.

CR 1.4 properties of sources are reset to the possible deviations of the integration, adapting them to the overall composition.

2 RP: Generate and synchronize the movements of the sources on the screen, according to criteria set out in the project and the 'storyboard'.

2.1 CR paths or guides of the sources are generated, providing them with movement according to the expressive parameters of the project and the characteristics of the software's author used.

CR 2.2 sources such as events, Flash, among others, are endowed of action according to its position in the time lines.

CR 2.3 different sources are synchronized by adjusting them to temporary parameters, the narrative rhythms and dramatic intentions of the project.

CR 2.4 transitions between screens, slides and pages are generated according to the parameters defined in the project, giving the project narrative sense and continuity.

2.5 CR displays, slides, or levels are saved during each phase of work, making backup copies of different versions, according to the criteria of the project organization.

3 RP: Create and integrate interactive elements following the established designs, to generate screens and pages.

Different States of interactive elements 3.1 CR (passive, active, on and activated), generated favoring his identification by the user.

CR 3.2 pre-established interactive elements are inserted and are in accordance with the aesthetic and narrative features of the project, through the use of the software's author.

CR 3.3 the introduction of data by the user and client, is carried out through the creation of information (Forms) user input fields, according to the variables defined in the project.

3.4 CR displays, slides, or levels are saved during each phase of work, making backup copies of different versions, according to the criteria of the project organization.

CR 3.5 content sources, and predefined by the software's author, distractors are verified for each screen, level, or slide, making the design established in the project.

4 RP: Provide interactivity, by entering the codes through the use of appropriate software, according to the narrative elements of the project.

CR 4.1 the code needed to be applied to the interactive objects that require it, to fit the specific interactive features of the project, is added, according to the technical script.

CR 4.2 different variables (numerical, alphanumeric) and programming algorithms, identify and determine the structure of code to develop.

CR 4.3 times and narrative elements of the project are adjusted, providing the necessary values program variables.

CR 4.4 the link with external sources, products or by-products (from the DVD to the web), is adjusting to the narrative and productive needs of the project.

CR 4.5 code is generated by connecting and managing information with databases.

4.6 CR elements with complex behavior, such as the movements of the user action-dependent elements and require the application of variables, adjust to the narrative values of the project.

CR 4.7 interactive elements independent of the action of the user, as well as the elements and temporary events that require code generation, are endowed of interactivity.

CR 4.8 displays, slides, or levels are saved during each phase of work, making backup copies of different versions, according to the criteria of the project organization.

4.9 CR screens, levels, or slides occur ensuring that it contains sources and interactive elements according to the established design.



Professional context: means of production: computer, printer, VCRs, DVD, CD-ROM, BLUE-RAY, hard disks, optical media. Treatment of images and backup software. Audio capture card. Video capture card. Mobile devices (phones, «tablets», augmented reality devices). Kit development (free software, "plugins"), integration (authoring tools) software, specific programming software or software. Digital video post production platform.



Products and results: applications. Screens. Web pages. Presentations. Levels. Databases. Backup. Prototype.



Used or generated information:
Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Models. Sketches. Templates. Tailored sources. Usability and accessibility standards. Index of generated files. Deviations on the project index.



Unit 4 competition: Make the process of evaluation of the prototype, CONTROL of quality and documentation of the level interactive MULTIMEDIA AUDIOVISUAL product: 3 code: UC0946_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: evaluate the prototype of multimedia audiovisual product, checking its operation and checking their adjustment to the technical specifications and the methodology of work defined in the project.

1.1 CR performance of each screen and page and interactive elements that take part in them, checks and adjusts the parameters specified in the prototype.

CR 1.2 prototype is tested on different teams, platforms or navigation systems by checking its compatibility.

CR 1.3 narrative characteristics, degree of interactivity, visual and communicative efficacy of the prototype is tested by suggesting possible improvements to the system to ensure its operation, the narrative coherence or other aspects.

CR 1.4 the degree of usability and accessibility of the finished product is evaluated, ensuring maximum efficiency measures improved, if necessary.

CR 1.5 compliance with the quality standards of the interactive multimedia application, checked and taken measures, in the event of non-compliance, ensuring the criteria of quality, accessibility and usability.

CR 1.6 the fulfilment of the objectives of the project, timelines, budgets and work methodology is evaluated during all phases of which record the project, developing a bottom line that serves to improve subsequent projects.

2 RP: Develop documentation support to the project, considering the needs of the end user, giving it maximum comprehensibility.

CR 2.1 beta version of the project, prior to the generation of the final master, is liked whereas all the parameters used are in accordance with the specifications of the product.

CR 2.2 data obtained using external evidence with a sample of target audience (pre-test), discussed addressing possible operating errors.

2.3 CR user, with all specifications and instructions manual, is made using criteria of maximum comprehensibility and included within the product itself, in the case of developments such as video games and applications designed for mobile devices.

CR 2.4 prototype is presented to the client validating or resetting the project.

3 RP: Set the parameters of publication for the creation and maintenance of the final project.

CR 3.1 the generated code is cleaned by eliminating reviews to achieve an optimized distribution.

CR 3.2 project is compiled for broadcast or as a source for another project.

CR 3.3 the backup copy of the final draft is done according to the indications of the project for its location and subsequent reuse.

3.4 CR projects and its different versions, are kept updated controlling different modifications arising at the customer's request.



Professional context: means of production: computer. Optical media. Treatment of images and backup software. Software integration and development. Simulators and mobile devices. Augmented reality devices.



Products and results: file or project package. Beta version. Prototypes. Quality reports. Backup. User manual.



Used or generated information: technical writer. "storyboard". Work plan. Initial specifications of the project. Quality standards. Usability and accessibility standards. Quality and performance reports. User manual. Evaluation report of the production of the project results.



TRAINING module 1: level interactive MULTIMEDIA audiovisual projects: 3 code: MF0943_3 associated with UC: define interactive multimedia audiovisual projects duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: determine the characteristics, types and genres of interactive multimedia projects, based on an analysis of the documentation of a project, to proceed with its planning and programming.

CE1.1 describe the different types of multimedia interactive present today in the market, their navigation systems and degree of usability and accessibility.

CE1.2 identify the sections of the legislation on copyright and intellectual property that affect the particular features of the interactive multimedia project.

CE1.3 identify different phases of production and members of crews of the interactive multimedia products.

CE1.4 recognize the different architectures, platforms, technological environments and equipment consumer electronics (DVD-Video, video game consoles, mobile devices, among others), of destiny, dissemination, publication or multimedia product support).

CE1.5 in a practical course, based on the information properly characterized, facilitated by a so-called client and/or the different departments of realization of the project:-interpret and organize the information.

-Analyze the technical, narrative and aesthetic characteristics according to gender, the support and the target audience.

-Justify the choice of interactive construction elements (lists, buttons, menus) and its different States.

CE1.6 in a practical course for a product online, support optical or hybrid, characterized by the precise technical documentation:-interpret documentation standards (such as diagrams of components, use cases, sequence, interaction, among others) and establish navigation systems and their degree of interactivity and narrative linearity and non-linearity.

-To determine the level of usability and accessibility of an interactive product.

-Recognize and describe the different conceptual models or metaphors used in the project.

-Interpret diagrams of flow and tree navigation in different types of products.

-Interpret diagrams of States and recognize the interactive elements (buttons, lists, menus) and the various States of an interactive element within a multimedia product (assets, liabilities, over, pressed) preparing a report. In addition to recognize possible independent user events that happen in the product (process automatic, triggers, or other).

-Interpret sketches and mock-ups.

-Apply aesthetic and narrative style unit.

-Agree on the conventions and systems of communication with the other production equipment.

-Design the multimedia interactive project work plan, according to the available resources (human and technical), deadlines and costs. Perform a previous estimate of the risks that include in the project to ensure compliance with the deadlines and costs.

C2: Select and configure the hardware and authoring tools necessary for the production of an interactive multimedia.

CE2.1 recognize the benefits of different equipment and devices for the production of interactive multimedia products.

CE2.2 define technical requirements for the development of an interactive multimedia product according to the support and dissemination.

CE2.3 in a practical course of product online support optical or hybrid, characterized by technical documentation accurate, justify the choice of:-different authoring tools and their characteristics as well as the type of product that can be generated.

-Different languages of author and its technical and commercial properties.

-Different tools or programs creation, Edition, treatment and retouch from graphic sources, text, image in movement and sound, among others.

-Support of broadcasting chosen according to their technical services.

CE2.4 in a practical course of equipment configuration for the realization of an interactive multimedia project characterized by the precise technical documentation:-recognize technical needs both at the level of equipment such as tools and interactive elements (network connections, forms) of the product as defined in the project.

-Apply settings to the monitor: resolution of labour.

-Configure various parameters of the installed operating system (management of memory, special characters, virtual machines, or other).

-Set up the connection to the network.

-Set up the connection to the device of printing (sketches, diagrams, models, or other).

-Configure the devices of capture according to the medium used.

-Configure the backup (tape, optical storage, or others).

-Configure the playback devices (screens, mobile, tablets or other).

CE2.5 in a practical course of an interactive multimedia product characterized by the precise technical documentation:-installing and configuring the Framework or environment of work (plugins, components, emulators, or others).

-Configure data connection to Server (applications, databases, or other).

-Define the site/project folder.

-Define the file structure.

-Use the addresses and security passwords.

-Create folders of information.

-Give privileges to the files of other members of the team.
-Define the types of sources to use and its limits (size and weight).

C3: Establish technical, narrative and aesthetic characteristics of the sources used in the production of an interactive multimedia project.

CE3.1 recognize different types of file formats, their characteristics and properties and identify the various digital storage media.

CE3.2 describe the process of conversion of the analog signal into digital and indicate situations where it is necessary.

CE3.3 identify digitization of sound parameters (sampling frequency, resolution and the number of channels, duration) as settings, to determine the quality of the digitization and file size.

CE3.4 compare the different types, technical features and use of the sources used in an interactive multimedia product to establish criteria of quality (resolution, color palette, color, transparency, weight, size, compression depth).

CE3.5 in a practical course of a product online, support optical or hybrid, characterized by the precise technical documentation:-select the format of the source.

-Adjust the compression of video capture.

-Mark the entry and exit points.

-Adjust the compression of audio capture.

-Mark the entry and exit points.

-Adjust scan resolution.

-Select the scanning areas.

-Adjust the compression of still image capture.

-Determine the size of the font.

-Catalog acquired sources.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. methodology applied to interactive multimedia audiovisual projects genres, products and companies in the multimedia industry.

The interactive multimedia project. Features.

Phases in the development of the project. Work teams.

Project objectives: quality, cost and time. Evaluation of irrigation.

The work Plan. Planning criteria.

Rights of author and legal regulations in the multimedia framework.



2. multimedia script 'Storyboard' techniques. Multimedia language. Aesthetic and narrative linearity.

Documentation standards. Diagrams.

Hypermedia.

Interactive navigation systems.

Degrees of interactivity. State diagrams. Interactive elements and events.



3. technical systems multimedia media and multimedia formats.

Architectures and computer equipment. Configuration of equipment and devices.

Sources: features and capture.

Multi-media.

Dynamic.

Server connections.

«Backup» backup systems.



4 editing and composition of the multimedia tools and languages of author.

Structure of folders and files.

Composition. Sketches and mock-ups.

«Usability». Standards.

Accessibility.

Interfaces.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the definition of interactive multimedia audiovisual projects, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: generation and adaptation of audiovisual content MULTIMEDIA level: 3 code: MF0944_3 associated with UC: generate and adapt the audiovisual multimedia content and external duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: differentiate the main theories and techniques of audiovisual language, identifying the characteristic elements that determine them, for use in the construction of interactive multimedia products according to different genres and styles.

CE1.1 recognize different types of fonts, graphics, text, image, sound (idioms, effects and music) (fixed or moving) or combination of these as modules, (structural units or building blocks), of information.

CE1.2 identify the different modules of information in interactive multimedia products by determining, in each case, his narrative mode: linear (sequential and determined) or interactive.

CE1.3 recognize and describe the narrative, descriptive and expressive elements of audiovisual language used in multimedia products.

CE1.4 identify the type of planes, movements, special effects, transitions and their codes of representation, based on the analysis of the sources or audiovisual elements used in multimedia products.

CE1.5 explain the narrative foundations of the Assembly according to the treatment of time, space and the idea or content, and the new possibilities that opens the non-linear narrative in interactive multimedia products.

C2: Determine the characteristics and basic features of materials and audiovisual technical equipment used as signal input, in multimedia productions characterized sources.

CE2.1 describe the technological fundamentals of video and audio.

CE2.2 identify the essential characteristics of the different video and audio formats used as sources for the realization of multimedia products.

CE2.3 recognize the different systems and necessary in an interactive multimedia product video and audio editing applications.

CE2.4 identify different systems of broadcasting a multimedia product from specifications and objectives of the project.

CE2.5 describe the technical characteristics of scanners and digital still cameras, for the capture of an interactive multimedia product sources.

CE2.6 specify the system of interconnection between different devices that participate in a multimedia project.

CE2.7 identify different configurations of the different technical equipment of acquisition of sources or capture that compose a multimedia project.

CE2.8 in a practical course of capture of a multimedia product, duly characterized by precise technical documentation supply:-set the type of wiring necessary.

-Connect the external capture machine.

-Configure or install the necessary applications.

-Determine the parameters of adjustment for the optimization of the capture.

-Save the capture in the formats specified in the technical script as the source master.

C3: Create and/or edit the sources from the technical and aesthetic parameters, to optimize a multimedia interactive product properly characterized.

CE3.1 identify the expressive values of the sources of a multimedia project according to the specifications of the technical script.

CE3.2 recognize the minimum values of the quality of the sources from the needs of the project's performance, also contrasting them with the capabilities of the playback device.

CE3.3 develop graphic solutions, such as the job templates and style sheets, among others, of a project to conform to the technical and expressive needs of the product.

Interactive CE3.4 in a so-called practical of a multimedia product properly characterized:-Edit the sources according to the communicative and technical parameters of the projects.

-Generate and capture sources from the parameters set by the design team.

CE3.5 in a so-called pilot of an interactive product with still images, precise properly characterized by technical documentation:-set the resolution and the size and cut the source (if necessary).

-Apply filters.

-Apply the appropriate compression.

-Adjust the depth of tone.

-Adjust the depth of color and color model.

-Add channel of transparency.

-Convert source to other formats.

-Catalog generated and published sources.

CE3.6 in a practical course of an interactive product, with video and animation sources, properly characterized by precise technical documentation:-apply the appropriate compression.

-Apply effects.

-Change the size.

-Modify the duration.

-Convert source to other formats.

-Catalog generated and published sources.
CE3.7 in a so-called pilot of an interactive product with audio sources, accurate properly characterized by technical documentation:-apply effects.

-To apply compression.

-Edit the duration.

-Convert source to other formats.

-Catalog generated and published sources.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. audiovisual narrative multimedia narrative, descriptive and expressive elements of audiovisual language in multimedia products. Narrative modalities: linear and interactive.

Typology of plans. Camera movements.

Special effects used in multimedia.

Codes of representation.

Narrative foundations of the multimedia installation.



2 technical audiovisual multimedia systems analogue and digital systems. Analog conversion.

Computing platforms.

Typology of interconnection.

Information storage media.



3. processes of registration, recording and reproduction of audiovisual images video formats: analog and digital. Features.

The processing of images.

The electronic edition.

Equipment used in capturing, recording, processing, Assembly, playback, and image treatment. Configuration.



4 registration processes and sound recording sound formats. Features.

The uptake of the sound.

The recording and reproduction of sound: analog and digital.

Equipment used in the acquisition, recording, playback and audio processing. Configuration.



5 techniques and procedures of processing and editing: fixed image, animation, video and audio formats for multimedia files, classes and features: resolution. Adjustment of size (cuts). Tonal adjustment. Color adjustment. Transparency. Effects. Loops. Layers and channels.

Creation and design of job templates. Creation and design of style sheets.

Bitmap and vector images.

Moving images. Duration control.

Audio. Duration control.

Theory of color and its applications in relation to the output format: RGB. CMYK. Color in the video signal treatment.

Edition with still image processing software.

Specific software for video and audio editing.

Edition with software specific generation of animations.



6 procedures of capturing audio and video devices and capture settings.

Compression systems.

Broadcast («Streaming») systems. "Codecs".

Export to different formats.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the generation and adaptation of multimedia audiovisual content and external, that will be credited by using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: integration of elements and sources using tools of author and Edition level: 3 code: MF0945_3 associated with UC: integrate elements and sources using tools to author and edit duration: 180 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: integrate sources into screens, pages, levels or slides, characteristics of the interactive multimedia project.

CE1.1 describe the actions that you can perform a source and the expressive value.

CE1.2 in a practical course of product «on-line», support optical or hybrid, characterized by the script:-composing and structuring the screens in its parts.

-Place the different sources on the pages or screens as set out in the project.

-Define the characteristics of the different versions for different platforms and establish the correct visualization solutions preparing a report of findings.

-Interpret the rhythm of the narrative discourse of the project.

-Build the main interface for navigation and control (buttons, drop-down menus, buttons, among others) respecting the minimum required standards of usability and accessibility.

-Define the order of focus changes.

CE1.3 in a practical course on integration of sources of text in a product online, support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-establish the areas of text and its properties: slippers, size and behavior of adaptation to the size of text and transparency, among others.

-Define if it is dynamic text and connect to your external source (file or database internal or external to the playback device).

-Insert the texts directly.

-Import flat text files.

-Provide a font set to aesthetic characteristics as defined in the project.

-Provide color, smoothing, and other attributes to text.

-Provide the appropriate size or auto.

-Define the behavior of the paragraph: justification, line spacing.

-Provide interaction to the text (hypertext) caring for the format.

CE1.4 in a practical course of integration from a source of video, audio or animation, a product online, support optical or hybrid characterized by technical documentation required:-locate the source on the screen or in time.

-Establish the necessary codecs for proper playback by attaching them to the broadcast.

-Define the means of dissemination in the bracket: streaming, download or other.

-Set the playback controls if they are necessary respecting the required minimum standards of usability and accessibility.

CE1.5 in a practical course of a multimedia interactive product online, support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-determine the different transitions between screens that can be done on the project.

-Generate, in the software used, the templates to optimize time and work.

-Locate the funds.

-Identify the hotspots.

-Locate the time lines and routes of the sources.

-Place the necessary texts.

-Give movement to the sources using own software author timelines, marking the necessary key frames and establishing the routes of movement.

-Adjust the size of fonts.

-Check the links with other screens and actions.

C2: Generate and synchronize the movements of the sources on the screen, adjusting them to the specifications of the narrative.

CE2.1 define the different techniques of animation of the needed supplies from the analysis of the technical script of an interactive multimedia project.

CE2.2 identify the rhythm, Cadence of inputs and outputs (acceleration curves) and defined a project from the technical script paths.

CE2.3 in a practical simulation of an interactive multimedia project online, support optical or hybrid to establish the narrative from the times and the presence and movement of the sources.

CE2.4 in a practical case of a project that integrates audio and/or video characterized by precise technical documentation:-sync the audio with the events of the screen adjusting to the narrative intent.

-Insert the phrases appropriate to the narrative intent defined in the script.

-Set times of the sources to the rhythm of the speech.

-Synchronize the video with the events of the screen by adjusting the dramatic moments.

-Adjust the guides movement to the indications of the script.

-Save the screens and make backup copies according to the technical parameters of the project.

C3: Integrate interactive elements to the screens or pages, in accordance with the criteria defined in a multimedia audiovisual project.

CE3.1 describe the different possibilities (drop-down lists, selectors, hidden), States (enabled, passive, above, without, and others) and functional features of the interactive elements (buttons and input fields) that can apply to a project.

CE3.2 identify means of storage of data determined by the format and support a project defined in the technical script (variables, access to databases, cookies, and others).
CE3.3 in a practical course of an interactive product with forms characterized by the precise technical documentation:-define the required input text fields.

-Provide variable to different fields.

-Establishing validation mechanisms appropriate to the field type.

-To establish communication with the destination media (mail server, data bases).

-Show the results of the form if necessary.

-Integrate the buttons of control of forms and their behaviors.

CE3.4 in a practical course of a product online, support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-generate pre-established by the software's author, independent of user events (pop up, run animations, characters, among others).

-Generate different interactive States.

-Locate interactive elements using codes or preset behaviors.

-Check the aesthetic quality of sources and its correct visualization.

-Check and preview the functioning of each screen.

-Apply the support systems in each phase and the project version.

C4: Identify and add codes from the publishers and the software's author, adjusting them to the narrative parameters of an interactive multimedia project.

CE4.1 define the algorithm of schedule for each part of the interactive multimedia project.

CE4.2 identify variables and functions necessary for use in an interactive multimedia project.

CE4.3 in a practical course of product «on-line», support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-establishing the structure of the internal code of the interactive multimedia product.

-Define types of variables and enumerate the existing project.

-Define basic flow control instructions: loop, conditions.

-Establishing a connection to the database (in the case of mobile devices, they can be located on the device itself or can be external and accessible via any interface «on line»).

CE4.4 in a practical course of using author characterized by precise technical documentation software:-Configure the work environment to the code (define parameters, installation of «plugins» or modules required, emulators, or other).

-Insert and insert custom code.

-Check the syntax and logic of the code.

-Implementation of the code (emulator).

-Code debugging (see log).

-Check and update the views.

CE4.5 in a practical course of product «on-line», support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-provide artificial intelligence sources independent of user behaviors.

-Define actions that can perform the user and provide code to the project to give leeway to the user.

-Generate controls from keyboard or other devices and controlling external sources (CD, DVD, print, other).

-Adjust the variables to the narration (be temporary, speed of reproduction, difficulty, counters, cookies, among others).

CE4.6 generate dynamic information and operate with it from connections to databases, files, providing formatting from code and performing the operations necessary to obtain the updated result.

CE4.7 generating dynamic graphics that allow the interaction of the user.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. integration of texts schemes of composition techniques.

Screen formats.

Use of sample images.

Creation of job templates.

Definition of style sheets.

External configuration files.

Optimization of the sources.



2. communicative and aesthetic features of fonts typography.

Parts of the sources.

The font formats.

«Kern» and «Tracking».

Typography.

Alignment.

Line spacing.

Specifications of paragraphs.

Size and color.

Special effects.

Static and dynamic sources.



3. procedures and techniques of integration with authoring tools authoring tools. Pre-defined and manual code editor.

Features of each software options.

Configuring the interface or window: pallets.

Timeline: key frames, paths, loops, playback speed. Properties: size, color and transparency. Actions or events. Synchronization (audio, video, or other). Animation techniques.

Interactive elements.

Structuring of software archives: location and sync sources.

Export and import of sources.

Use of templates.



4. languages of author author languages standards.

Installation and configuration of the working environment («framework», «plugins» emulators, auxiliary tools).

APIS of the «framework for mobile devices (accelerometer, Geolocation, camera and others).

Language Hypertext Markup and style sheets.

Programming: Variables. Conditions. Functions. Elements and sources from code generation. Operations with variables. Input and output data.

Operations with objects. Connections and operations with databases (internal or external). Data storage («cookies», databases, auxiliary memory). Generation of dynamic information (texts, images).

Generation of events: predefined behaviors. Capture events the user (distractors). Control of temporary events (of the system). Recognition of system and configurations.

Execution and debugging the code.



5 configurations and publishing (compilation) media and backup systems.

Publication and compilation procedures. Packaging.

Maintenance of versions and product updates. Repository of artifacts.

Cross-platform compatibility.

Publication of the product in different online stores of applications (mobile devices).



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the integration of the elements and sources using tools of author and Edition, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: prototype assessment, CONTROL of quality and documentation of the level interactive MULTIMEDIA AUDIOVISUAL product: 3 code: MF0946_3 associated with the UC: the processes of evaluation of the prototype, quality control and documentation of interactive multimedia audiovisual product duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: evaluating prototypes of projects developed by checking that they conform to the functional parameters.

CE1.1 identify the quality criteria of a project from the specifications of the project.

CE1.2 determine the platforms and systems where it is possible to perform a check of compatibility, performance and support of an interactive multimedia project.

CE1.3 in a practical course of a product online, support optical or hybrid characterized by precise technical documentation:-identify usability and accessibility parameters determined in the project to maintain and adjust the quality of the product and its accessibility.

-Generate and evaluate the quality of the project reports to provide solutions to possible deviations.

-Make the reports in all phases of the project to ensure the fulfilment of the objectives (functional requirements, deadlines, costs).

CE1.4 in a practical course of analysis of a particular project characterized by the precise technical documentation:-establish the various evaluative concepts to assess, at this point the consultation of the catalogue of functional requirements, use cases and test plans previously obtained diagrams would be useful.

-Analyze the results and reports of the tests or screening test.
-Check all screens and controls of the project (use of emulators if necessary).

-Check the dependencies of files and other components of the project.

-Check the project on different platforms or devices which may be reproduced.

C2: Prepare documentation in support of interactive multimedia projects.

CE2.1 define the key elements of the operation a product from the specifications of the interactive multimedia project.

CE2.2 determine systems technical support and assistance to the user from the specifications of an interactive multimedia project. In the case of products such as video games or applications designed for mobile devices, assistance and information to the user will be included in the product itself.

CE2.3 in a so-called practical help manual on line characterized by precise technical documentation:-indicate the procedure for installing the application.

-Specify the minimum computer resources and the compatibility with other platforms.

-Write the rules and tips for use.

-Insert images or animations for help.

-Indicate the possibilities of further downloads or updates.

-To establish systems and mechanisms for the control of feedback of doubts and queries.

C3: Determine the configuration parameters in a project type for the generation of the final master.

CE3.1 define the parameters and variables for configuring the publication of a master from a media project interactive, properly characterized.

CE3.2 identify different versions of the project as set out in the technical script.

CE3.3 identify the different means and stands for the publication of an interactive multimedia project.

CE3.4 specify guidelines for maintenance and updating of interactive multimedia products based on the information provided by a so-called customer, product reviews or technical, aesthetic and production needs.

CE3.5 describe the different possibilities of licensing of an interactive multimedia project.

CE3.6 identify the system copy from the safety of an interactive multimedia project specifications.

CE3.7 identify the global elements (from the support modules of information) used to adjust the criteria of usability and accessibility, and its adaptation to ISO standards of an interactive multimedia project.

CE3.8 in practical case of a publication characterized by precise technical documentation:-determine the output format of the file.

-Debug code.

-Determine the properties of the publication.

-Establish the degree of compression.

-Check the structure of files.

-Determine the files to compile.

-Generate executables (or package for developing applications for devices) and the master.

-Play on final device.

-Make backup copies of the whole project, the sources and the master.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. maintenance of interactive multimedia products monitoring and interpretation of statistics of access products «on line».

Interpretation of external projects for maintenance.

Update customers and production equipment systems.

Control of the safety of products 'on line'.

Detection of new technologies for the updating and optimization of made products.

Version management system.



2 finishing processes of audio-visual multimedia interactive systems, debugging and optimization of applications.

Characteristics of the different implementation platforms.

Protection of safety of the finished project.

Technical support and user assistance systems.

Creation of registration systems.

User validation.

Anti-copy systems.

Typology of open source licensing and use of payment programs.



3. interactive multimedia audiovisual product quality control criteria of quality.

«Usability» evaluation of and accessibility of multimedia products.

Elaboration of questionnaires.

Quality standards.

Types and structure of technical reports on quality.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of the process of evaluation of the prototype, quality control and documentation of interactive multimedia audiovisual product, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.

Annex V professional skill: editing and post-production of audiovisual family professional: image and sound level: 3 code: IMS296_3 general competence planning and coordinating the full processes of editing and post-production of film, video and television, controlling the status and availability of equipment and materials, making Assembly integrating tools post production, as directed by the director or producer, and contributing their own criteria.



Competition UC0947_3 units: plan the process of editing and post-production of an audiovisual product UC0948_3: prepare materials and necessary effects to the editing and post-production UC0949_3: assembling integrated post-production tools and materials of different origin UC0919_3: coordinate the final processes of editing and post-production to create finished audiovisual product environment professional scope professional develops his professional activity in the area of film and audiovisual preparation in the Assembly room / editing or post-production producers of film and video, television stations and communications departments, devoted to the editor and post-production of audiovisual products in companies of any size, public and private, either which is its legal form both self-employed as employed persons ('freelance'). It develops its activity depending on functional and hierarchically superior (Director or director cinematographic or audiovisual works). In the development of the professional activity apply the principles of universal accessibility in accordance with the applicable legislation.



Sectors production is located in the audiovisual sector: film, video and television production of international, national, regional and local level what ever its broadcasting system, departments of communication of large companies and in any other industry that has any of these activities.



Occupations and jobs relevant terms from the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-inclusive nature of women and men.

Editors assemblers of cinema and video technical assistants assemblers helpers Assembly editors of image Etalonadores colorful post-production editing training associate (510 hours) operators operators training modules MF0947_3: planning of assembling and post-production (120 hours) MF0948_3: preparation of the editing and post-production (150 hours) MF0949_3: the assembling and post-production (150 hours) MF0919_3 : End processes of assembling and post-production (90 hours) competition unit 1: planning the process of Assembly and POSTPRODUCTION of a product AUDIOVISUAL level: 3 code: UC0947_3 realizations professionals and implementation criteria: RP 1: identify the characteristics of the project to optimize the process of installation/editing according to the specificity of the script or screenplay, part of script or minute.

CR 1.1 the project documentation discusses collecting much information that allows to identify the technical means, the gender and narrative and expressive intentionality of the audiovisual product.
CR 1.2 technical characteristics, formats of work, post-production systems, expressive elements, special effects and most advisable technical procedures for carrying out the project are determined, analyzing their objectives through detailed reading of the script and the meetings with the director/producer.

CR 1.3 outlets requiring some process Assembly/editing or applying specific effects are identified communicating them to the director/filmmaker and the different departments involved.

CR 1.4 technical effects of the Assembly/final edition that need specific conditions during filming are identified and are designated in accordance with the director/producer.

2 RP: Determine the needs of equipment and technical facilities to carry out the mounting/editing or post-production and the methodology of application, depending on the characteristics of the project and the budget.

CR 2.1 the technical equipment, tools and facilities are determined considering those who, within the established budget, best meet the technical particularities and narrative and expressive requirements of the audiovisual product.

CR 2.2 technical characteristics and performance of equipment and installations are checked and conform to the needs of the project, taking into account the compatibility of systems and formats to be used.

CR 2.3 the catalogue of media/audiovisual elements that will integrate the mounting/editing and the final post-production is established considering the characteristics of the project.

CR 2.4 catalog processes and technical means necessary for Assembly and final post-production is determined by designing the methodology for applying them.

3 RP: Designing the work plan to optimize Assembly/editing and post production according to the characteristics of the project, the time and budget available.

CR 3.1 Organization of work is designed, by establishing the necessary workflow between different human and technical teams involved in the realization of the audiovisual product.

CR 3.2 plan mounting/editing and postproduction established Assembly techniques best suited to the equipment used is made considering the best adaptation of the performance of the equipment and the narrative and expressive intention of the audiovisual product in order to optimize time and efforts.

CR 3.3 diagram of times to reconcile the work of different teams is designed avoiding the overlapping of tasks incompatible and the existence of downtimes and advising the production team to facilitate the coordination of the work with the entire project plan.



Professional context: means of production: computers, specific software to plan the mounting/editing and post-production, media phone and internet, office supplies.



Products and results: mounting/editing and post-production work plans. Part of postproduction. Listings of technical and human needs and parts with technical indications for the crew.



Used or generated information: audiovisual projects. Technical screenplay. "storyboard". Installation script. Playlists. «Script» parts. Logs. Editing and post-production equipment catalogues. Lists of companies in the editing and post-production support. Listings of technical needs. Post-production and finishing processes. Time diagrams.



Unit 2 competition: Preparing the materials and effects needed for mounting and POSTPRODUCTION level: 3 code: UC0948_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: check the layout and the technical quality of the materials needed in the Assembly/editing or post-production to optimize the process according to the plan of Assembly/editing and post-production.

CR 1.1 verifies the correspondence between the external identification of the physical media (magnetic, optical, light-sensitive, digital) of the media, and the content indicated in the documentation of the program (script, screenplay, camera parts), and if necessary, rectified or seeks to rectify.

CR 1.2 copies and/or format conversions of the physical media (magnetic, optical, light-sensitive, digital) of the media are making compatible them with the technical means and postproduction tools chosen and verifying its technical quality.

CR 1.3 the integrity of time in the physical media codes is checked, and if they rewrite when the code breaks or discontinuity.

CR 1.4 times of simultaneous recordings from sequences codes matching checks, checking the correspondence between the time codes and the original 'footage' in the digitalized and by adopting measures for its solution when problems occur.

CR 1.5 copies of viewing with timecode on screen are generated by facilitating the preparation of material to edit.

CR 1.6 availability of all images, audio, graphics and 2D/3D animations detailed in the program documentation is checked by verifying its technical quality.

CR 1.7 compliance with technical requirements is checked intended to be combined using inlays outlets or which apply any effect or treatment of post-production.

1.8 CR peculiarities and detected incidents in viewing that must be taken into account in the subsequent processes such as code error times, drops, digital artifacts, saturation or investment of audio tracks, physical defects in the image, among others, are recorded taking the appropriate measures for their solution.

2 RP: Store materials of image, audio, graphics and 2D/3D animations, to enable their further employment from the platform Assembly/editing and post-production selected, with computing resources and storage optimization criteria.

CR 2.1 containers physical media stands are identified with precision in the system, taking into account the established protocols, enabling its unmistakable location and, where appropriate, the recapture of media.

CR 2.2 input parameters are adjusted so that audio and image correspond to the standard of quality required by support or means of dissemination that occurs.

2.3 CR image, audio, graphics files and 2D/3D animations ingestan in shared servers in a networking environment when there are different teams involved, making backup copies of each one of them.

CR 2.4 the relation of digital compression of images that allows your storage is configured, if necessary, depending on the availability of space and the purpose of the capture, taking care that, when a first capture to quality «off line» is completed, verify the recapture to the final quality.

3 RP: Determine and prepare the effects to meet the requirements of the audiovisual project according to the materials of image, audio, graphics and 2D/3D animations available.

CR 3.1 narrative requirements expressed in the script and the images are analyzed to select the most appropriate effects.

CR 3.2 the procedure of elaboration of those effects that have to be introduced in the phase of mounting/editing and which by its quirks or limitations of the system can not be obtained directly, is designed proposing additional most effective software tool, the most suitable platform, the team to do it and instructions for its completion.

CR 3.3 masks and 2D/3D animations that are not yet available are generated by reserving them for the composition of images that need it.

3.4 CR material that required effects 'rotoscoping' and/or capture of movements, among others, is selected to be sent to the corresponding team.

CR 3.5 guidelines for graphics and lettering of the programme are indicated when these processes must be performed in an external platform.

CR 3.6 capture and later recording an Exchange support and in the required format, is for those who have to be introduced in the Assembly/Edition and materials that have to be sent to an external platform for application of effects or for any other specific treatment.

4 RP: Selecting and organizing the materials of image, audio, graphics and 2D/3D animations, for use in the Assembly session.

CR 4.1 corresponding to each shot clips are generated, identifying its content and noting the comments relevant or, in your case, moving annotations contained in the part of camera or 'script' to the system.

CR 4.2 points of entry and exit of each clip are assigned for inclusion in the Assembly, taking note of time codes or 'footage' of input and output according to the duration provided for in the script, keeping a Coleus in front and behind these points, allowing a more precise readjustment.

CR 4.3 clips are classified and grouped by scenes, valid Tomás, sequences and durations, based on established criteria, so that they are easily locatable in the Assembly/editing session.

CR 4.4 surplus materials and discards are sorted, classified and archived, facilitating its subsequent recovery.

4.5 CR images and their corresponding audio are synchronized from the image and sound of the clappers or any other reference marks.
4.6 CR the «takes» or outlets necessary for the dubbing of audio sessions are prepared, classifying them and providing them adequate support to the room of dubbing, in cases where it is necessary to perform audio dubbing before mounting.



Professional context: means of production: video and audio post-production room, stands for storage of video and/or audio (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs), equipment of post-production video and audio, audio reproduction systems (headphones, monitors), systems for recording and storage of audio recorders field, among others (DAW), intercom systems, video monitors , specific software (for editing and postproduction of video and audio, composition effects, 2D and 3D computer graphics, color grading, among others), printers, office supplies, manuals and libraries of sound effects, negative scanners, projectors.



Products and results: copies and format conversions. Copies of viewing times on display code. Identified physical media. Masks. 2D and 3D animations. «Rotoscopies». Screenshots of movement. Recordings in Exchange for effects on external platforms support. Classified image and sound clips. Classified Descartes, images and synchronized sound. «Takes» or tomas audio classifieds.



Used or generated information: lists of technical needs. Plans of editing and post-production. Time diagrams. Scripts. Playlists. «Script» parts. Logs. Listings of support to the editor and post-production companies and services catalogues. Listings of technical deficiencies of the shots. Effects list with instructions for its realization in external platform. Guidelines for the graphics and lettering of the programme carried out in external platform. Information about the generated clips.



Unit 3 competition: Make the mounting integrating tools of post-production and materials of origin different level: 3 code: UC0949_3 realizations professionals and completion criteria: RP 1: operate with different teams of Assembly/editing according to the needs and resources of the production of the audiovisual project.

CR 1.1 mechanical and/or electronic operation of the equipment to be used is checked according to the parameters required by the project.

CR 1.2 computer equipment of non-linear editing, linear editions electronics and the mechanics of film mounts are set up and operate according to the needs of the project and the format of the recorded material.

CR 1.3 different intakes of image and sound are handled properly, avoiding its deterioration and loss of quality.

CR 1.4 mounting/edit points are located and marked with precision, according to the part of postproduction.

CR 1.5 installation/editing is done ensuring the narrative continuity and expressive needs of the audiovisual project by introducing, where appropriate, appropriate transitions.

1.6 CR mounting/edit operation result is visionary and is approved in accordance with the director/producer.

CR 1.7 is the mixture of sound, when the sound system (construction of the soundtrack) is carried out by the Editor/Publisher, checking, along with director/filmmaker, the achievement of the desired narrative and aesthetic results.

1.8 CR mixture of sound, when the sound system (construction of the soundtrack) is carried out in an external sound room, synchronizes, and turns on the Assembly/final editing of image making corresponding adjustments to check, together with the director/filmmaker, who are accomplished the desired narrative and aesthetic results.

CR 1.9 maintenance of use of the various equipment and materials required for Assembly/Edition runs according to the established procedure.

2 RP: Generate effects with own tools, or external to the specific system of editing tools, to introduce them to the project.

CR 2.1 images and sounds to use in effect are selected according to the guidelines established in the different parts and premises techniques and narratives in accordance with direction/realization.

CR 2.2 the adequacy of materials is checked according to the tools to use, turning them to the right format if necessary.

2.3 CR effect is generated and apply animation if required, validating the different phases of the implementation process.

CR 2.4 the result view by checking its quality and adaptation to the requirements established by address/realization.

CR 2.5 generated effect is introduced into the Assembly making sure that it conforms to the format definition, pace and desired under the supervision of direction/realization.

CR 2.6 the effects of external to the post-production system tools are introduced in the Assembly and are approved by address/realization.

3 RP: Check the results of the Assembly/editing and post-production, making corrections if needed, to ensure the achievement of the aesthetic and narrative integration according to the objectives of the audiovisual project.

CR 3.1 the result for the first mounting/Edition that integrates the management of plans and the effects postproduction system-generated, or generated from external systems, evaluates, ensuring follow-up to the annotations of the part of «script» and address/realization criteria.

CR 3.2 deficiencies, if any, are detected by settling with address/carrying out appropriate solutions.

CR 3.3 the general rhythm of the narration is evaluated with direction/realization anticipating possible changes or substitutions.

CR 3.4 recording of Thomas extras to the planned values along with director/filmmaker obtaining the expected narrative intention.

CR 3.5 life expectancy and obtained is compared and, if necessary, fits the result of mounting/editing at the time planned.

CR 3.6 the results corrected scene to scene keeping the continuity in terms of brightness and chromaticity.

CR 3.7 levels that require corrections of brightness and chromaticity are selected and applies the corresponding effect, using masks or specific shade selection, using «tracker» when necessary.

CR 3.8 chromaticity scene to scene is applied to the final Assembly, according to the subjective sensations of color, the narrative intention of director/filmmaker and technical instructions of the director of photography.

4 RP: Administer and manage materials in computer media and data to enable their Exchange in the process of mounting/editing on other than editing or post-production systems.

CR 4.1 ensures availability of all materials and necessary attachments to carry out additional or complementary works on different platforms of Assembly/editing and postproduction.

CR 4.2 documents based on more standardized information exchange protocols are produced facilitating work on external platforms.

CR 4.3 documents obtained are verified and stored in the different removable media for transport or are preparing for their availability within a network of Exchange determined beforehand.

CR 4.4 import and forming data and exchange materials is checked for its approval.

CR 4.5 data that constitute the proposed mounting/Edition are stored favoring adjustments, updates, and subsequent follow-up.



Professional context: means of production: video and audio post-production room, stands for storage of video and/or audio (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs), equipment of post-production video and audio, audio reproduction systems (headphones, monitors), systems for recording and storage of audio recorders field, among others (DAW), intercom systems, video monitors , specific software (for editing and postproduction of video and audio, composition of 2D/3D effects, computer graphics, color grading, among others), negative scanners, projectors, recorders, mixing console of video, audio mixer, video monitors, monitors audio effects generator, sync generators, network of exchanges, equipment for the Assembly of film (moviolas, afforestation, winders, splicer and film material counters).



Products and results: materials and intermediate products: image sequences assembled or edited, blocks mounted or published, graphics, text, labels, headers, image sequences filmed or recorded, 2D and 3D, master, soundtracks, animations of burring. Materials and finished products: audiovisual products for film, video, television and multimedia devices, incorporation of special effects, graphics, headers.



Used or generated information: plans of editing and post-production. Scripts. Playlists. Parts of the script. Logs. Listings classified material sound image or infographic for archiving or recycling. Data generated during the Assembly process. Documents based on standardized protocols of Exchange. List of recording of Thomas extras. "storyboard".



Unit 4 competition: Coordinate the end of Assembly and post-production processes to generate the FINAL audio-visual product level: 3 code: UC0919_3 realizations professionals and performance criteria:
RP 1: prepare documents with instructions that include effects and tricks for its realization by laboratories or other complementary rooms of post-production.

1.1 CR material from a previous edition «offline» meets physically preparing lists of location of material of all media involved in the mounting/editing.

CR 1.2 levels on support photochemical involved in mounting/editing, are selected by requesting the laboratory preparation and cleaning before your scan.

1.3 CR graphics necessary to scan material photochemical are produced and provided to the corresponding lab tracking work.

1.4 CR needed listings for the formation of the original material, either original photochemical, electronic or digital, are made, leaving them ready for the formation, including the effects of mounting/editing and replacing new origins of post-production special effects.

CR 1.5 the forming process is carried out by providing the necessary information and conducting its follow-up if you are running on external computers.

CR 1.6 listings which allow the location of the original material, photochemical, electronic or digital, to carry out special effects postproduction of a previous edition «off line», are made providing the criteria necessary for the production of masks, stabilization of images, 2D/3D animation, rotoscoping work and composition and integration of images from different sources.

1.7 CR material necessary for the realization of special effects postproduction meets and is provided to the corresponding equipment, making the necessary conversions of image files and delivering everything properly labeled.

1.8 CR criterion for tracking the process of more favorable for the original photochemical, electronic or digital duplication, is adopted and applies in all the intermediate steps.

CR 1.9 the outcome of the forming process is verified with the Edition offline of provenance, making is done with the original files of the highest quality.

1.10 CR information and materials required by each team involved in the mounting/editing of image and sound are supplied during the post-production process.

RP 2: Adjust the definitive soundtrack produced with their own means or with external resources to achieve the final product with the quality defined in the documentation of the project.

2.1 CR criteria and the method of synchronization of sound and image are contributed, according to the rules laid down in each of the processes and formats.

CR 2.2 listings for the formation of the original material from a previous edition «off line» sound are prepared, ensuring that audio clips corresponding to their original.

2.3 CR appropriate conversions of the sound files are prepared and are held to be used in audio postproduction works, ensuring their compatibility and the required quality.

CR 2.4 the elaboration of the soundtrack (music, effects and dialogue) is verified by checking that the tracks have mixed Exchange standards to prepare the master distribution for different language versions.

CR 2.5 the quality standards applicable to the different formats of display and record sound generated in the process of post-production audio, as well as the distribution material, applies verifying compliance.

3 RP: Generate the final copy master assessing its outcome, documenting and archiving of all the material used.

CR 3.1 the result of the final assembly/editing is checked by verifying that the aesthetic and narrative integration defined for the audiovisual product is achieved.

CR 3.2 the result of final assembly turns on bracket or supports of destination, getting the copy master.

CR 3.3 copy master watch by checking that the stand has no physical defects or technical errors during the final conversion process have occurred.

3.4 CR materials of image, sound, graphics and 2D/3D animations, used and generated in the post-production process, they occur, identifying them and classifying them for your records.

CR 3.5 the physical media are recycled for further use and unnecessary computer files are deleted, freeing space storage units.

3.6 CR information and data generated during the process of installation/editing is ordered and archives for its location and predictable after use.

RP 4: Apply the specific technical requirements for the delivery of the final product to the client.

CR 4.1 format of 'mastering' most suitable for the implementation of the project is chosen, taking into account its display window (cinema, television, multimedia, internet, among others).

CR 4.2 methodology of post production more convenient to obtain the target aspect ratio, is proposed from the valuation of different relations of aspect of the material source and its window display.

CR 4.3 duplication or follow-up work is done getting duplicates of the master and copies of broadcast/display.

CR 4.4 format of film, video or multimedia display for mobile devices or internet more appropriate for the implementation of the project is chosen, adjusting to the aim pursued by the audiovisual product.

CR 4.5 is the application of the criteria of technical standardisation and the Assistant of the master documentation and copies of broadcast/display, and/or make sure considering the requirements of the recipient.

CR 4.6 the provision of audio tracks in the different media is or checks for adapting to the requirements of the client, the system of encoding multi-channel or broadcast chain.

CR 4.7 placement of slates in the place and information required by the client or broadcast chain is or checks by adjusting to different brackets.

CR 4.8 copies of the final product are generating different formats of distribution (DVD, Blu-ray, video on demand, streaming», direct download, or other medium of Exchange), for viewing and/or evaluation.



Context p rofessional: means of production: video and audio post-production room, stands for storage of video and/or audio (hard drives, memory cards, blue laser discs), equipment of post-production video and audio, audio reproduction systems (headphones, monitors), systems for recording and storage of audio (DAW, recorders of field, among others), video monitors, made of digital software , negative scanners, projectors.



Products and results: identification of material listings. Copies DVD, Blu-ray, video on demand, streaming», direct download or media of Exchange. Copies of broadcast or display. Master and duplicate. Conversions of audio files. Soundtracks.



Used or generated information: plans of editing and post-production. Scripts. Playlists. Logs. Rules of application to the «masters» television networks (broadcast or broadcast-ready). Listed EDL and FCL. Instructions for external equipment involved in post production of image and sound and realization of special effects.



TRAINING module 1: planning of the Assembly and the level post production: 3 code: MF0947_3 associated with UC: plan the process of editing and post-production of an audiovisual product duration: 120 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: differentiate the main theories and the audiovisual mounting techniques identifying the characteristic elements that determine them to be applied in the construction of audiovisual stories according to the various genres and styles.

CE1.1 recognize and describe the narrative, descriptive and expressive elements of audiovisual language:-plans and their typology.

-Take.

-Scene.

-Sequence.

-Field and off-field.

-Fragmentation of the scenic space.

-Camera movements.

-Rhythm and movement-internal and external.

CE1.2 starting from the viewing of an audiovisual sequence:-identify the type of planes, movements, special effects, transitions and their codes of representation based on the analysis of audiovisual documents.

-Apply the basic rules of composition analysis of the planes that make up the sequence.

-Identify the types of ellipsis and image transitions, and their corresponding functions.

-Rating the concept of continuity in its application to the sequence.

-Specifying the contributions of the soundtrack to the audiovisual.

CE1.3 identify and define the effects and transitions included in audiovisual productions.

CE1.4 identify and define the technical documents (script, screenplay, decorated plant, work plan, among others) interpreting its structure, codes and symbols.

CE1.5 deduction of technical documentation (technical script, screenplay, decorated plant) of audiovisual productions:-the type and genre of work or program.

-Visual language.

-Processes and audiovisual techniques involved.

-The conditions of execution and quality, estimating potential difficulties according to narrative and technical criteria, presenting and justifying alternative solutions that facilitate the Assembly process.
CE1.6 explain the narrative foundations of the Assembly according to the treatment of time, space and the idea or content.

CE1.7 compare the different classical theories of the Assembly identifying its elements and basic concepts.

CE1.8 rating the concept of rhythm and internal and external movement of audiovisual mounting.

C2: Relate the processes of editing and post-production of audiovisual programmes by identifying, describing and recognising companies, departments and professional teams involved in its different stages.

CE2.1 identify systems and original production of an audiovisual document formats.

CE2.2 exposing the process of editing and post-production of an audiovisual production.

CE2.3 describe the methodology and equipment used in the Assembly of an audiovisual product.

CE2.4 determine the different special effects used in a project and assess their contribution to the narrative intent.

CE2.5 describe the graphic and signage elements existing in an audiovisual work and identify the equipment used for its realization.

CE2.6 specify the contribution of each one of the professionals involved in the various processes that come together in the editing and post-production.

C3: Analyzing the characteristics and performance of materials and technical equipment used in the Assembly/postproduction of audiovisual products, through practical experimentation with equipment.

CE3.1 describe the basis of the technological systems of recording digital and photochemical.

The CE3.2 is explained the theoretical foundations of the resolution, quality and viewing of the image.

CE3.3 define and compare the characteristics of the processes of editing:-non-linear and linear editing.

-Mounting on line and Assembly «off line».

-Lists of EDLs function.

-Composition of special effects.

-2D/3D animations.

-Editing, post-production and mixing of sound.

CE3.4 on editing and post-production equipment, specify the operation and performance of equipment and analog and digital tools used:-in video editing.

-In the mix of video images.

-In the generation of video effects.

-In the generation of characters.

-In the performance of graphics.

-In measurement, control, adjustment and correction of the video signal.

-In editing, mixing and audio post-production.

CE3.5 explain the operation and performance of the equipment and materials used in the Assembly of audiovisual productions.

CE3.6 describe the control of preparation equipment: monitors, recorders, mixer, among others, relating them with their benefits.

CE3.7 detail the processes and equipment used in the processing and treatment of the cinematographic film.

CE3.8 analyze the performance of electronic image processing and editing/post-production teams linking basic computer treatment of application to the postproduction of video programmes and synthetic image generation.

C4: Assess the characteristics of the different formats and systems of film, video and audio used in the production of audiovisual programmes.

CE4.1 classify different video formats, differing technologies used, describing the functions and features of your tracks and differentiating the different codecs that a format you can use.

CE4.2 identify and relate the most relevant characteristics of various formats of movie film.

CE4.3 describe systems, files video compression formats and codecs used in recording and post-production.

CE4.4 relate different types of emulsions used in color and in black and white, with their features and capabilities.

CE4.5 relate the recording characteristics of each format in different recording media (memory cards, blue laser discs or hard drives).

CE4.6 describe the possibilities of multi-generation of different video and audio formats.

CE4.7 identify and describe the different systems and capture, recording and reproduction of sound formats used in the cinematographic and videographic production.

CE4.8 assess the compatibility of the different formats used in an audiovisual product.

C5: Plan a project characterized mounting/post-production processes, developing the appropriate technical documentation.

CE5.1 express different criteria of suitability of different models of rooms of Assembly depending on its capabilities and configuration.

CE5.2 interpret the documents used in the preparation of audiovisual (scripts, playlists, logs).

CE5.3 describe the phases and post-production processes required depending on the type of mounting.

CE5.4 reflect a standardized organizational plan in Assembly and/or post-production activities, and the necessary resources, within time deadlines provided for in the project.

CE5.5 in a practical course of an audiovisual program properly characterized by a script or screenplay and a work plan:-define the narrative and expressive intentionality of the script.

-Identify the technical means of mounting/post-production.

-Identify the necessary documentary sources.

-Plan the mounting/post-production, elaborating the plan of editing and post-production.

-A report justifying the decisions made - draw up the technical documentation of the Assembly/post-production process.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C4 complete; C5 complete.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. the industries of film, video and television companies in the sector.

Organizational structures.

Interrelation of companies or departments in the different phases of a project.

The audiovisual professions.

Systems and production strategies.

Cinematographic and audiovisual genres.



2 language and audiovisual narrative rules of composition.

Elements of visual representation and its articulation.

Language of visual communication.

Visual and audible codes in the film story.

Time and space in the audiovisual narrative.

Elements and principles of audiovisual continuity.

Audiovisual rhythm and movement.



3. the audiovisual installation and planning theoretical developments of the Assembly.

Mounting and soundtrack: sound expressive and narrative value. Classification of the Assembly according to the treatment of the mode of production, time, space and the idea or content.

Narrative and expressive value of video and audio transitions and effects.

Types of scripts installation and auxiliary documentation.

Planning of Assembly techniques.

The technical analysis of the script.

Types and configuration of film editing: equipment, functions, and selection criteria.

Types and configuration of analog and digital editing and video post-production rooms: equipment, functions, and selection criteria.

Types and configuration of rooms making and postproduction of audio for film, video and television: equipment, functions, and selection criteria.

The human team.

The technical documentation of the Assembly process.



4. technological bases of film, video and television film camera. The objectives.

The film. Picture taking.

The editor and post-production.

Technological principles of television. Colorimetry.

The television camera.

Digital television.

The recording of video signals.

Formats and video systems.

The effects in post-production.

Distribution formats: memory cards, hard drives, blue laser discs, CDs and DVDs.

Television studios.

Television transmission.



5 bases for technological sound characteristics of the sound.

Digital and analog sound.

The catchment.

The recording.

Editing, post-production and mixing.

The construction of the soundtrack.

Sound for film, video and television.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the planning of the process of editing and post-production of an audiovisual product, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.
2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 2: preparation of the mounting and the level post production: 3 code: MF0948_3 associated with UC: prepare materials and necessary effects to the editing and post-production duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: analyze, in audiovisual projects, the provision of the necessary materials for the mounting/post-production to ensure your identification, compatibility, technical quality and/or errors and optimize the process of mounting.

CE1.1 in a practical course of an audiovisual product properly characterized by the script, screenplay and camera parts, check:-the correct external identification of the physical media (magnetic, digital optical, photo-sensitive) media.

-The correspondence of its content with the indicated in the documentation of the program (script, screenplay, camera parts).

-Correspondence of codes of times.

CE1.2 be compacted, copies of viewing with timecode display, duplicate and/or format conversions brackets physical media (magnetic, optical, photo-sensitive).

CE1.3 minute and describe the contents of a physical support accordingly.

CE1.4 check the tape timecodes and rectify, if:-the discontinuities or breaks.

-Poor timing in simultaneous recording from tape.

-The lack of correspondence with the original footage in the digitalized.

CE1.5 check availability and technical quality of all images, audio and graphic material detailed in the documentation for a given program.

CE1.6 check, in practical cases, compliance with the technical requirements to be combined using inlays, outlets or who have to apply any effect or treatment of post-production.

CE1.7 detect and solve, in practical cases, peculiarities and incidents that need to be taken into account in the subsequent processes such as code error times, «drops», digital artifacts, saturation or investment of audio tracks, physical defects in the image, among others.

C2: Identify and prepare, in the editing room, the architecture of computers, connection of peripherals and the settings on the most common operating systems.

CE2.1 «Route» signals or streams of data through «patch panels» digital, parent, distributors, switches and computer networks.

CE2.2 make connection and configuration of computers on network (IP, WLAN, LAN environments).

CE2.3 synchronize through a vectorscope and waveform monitor the technical quality of the images.

CE2.4 Verify the capacity and configuration of the server for the intake of the audiovisual material.

C3: Insert media into the editing system performing the necessary format conversions and by applying the appropriate digital compression.

CE3.1 accurately identify the containers physical media in media in the system, according to protocols established, to enable its unmistakable location and, where appropriate, the recapture of media.

CE3.2 adjust the input parameters in the capture system (select signal type, compression ratio, frequency of sampling, among others) on the basis of the standard of quality required by the support or means of dissemination for which the product is produced, or the availability of storage space, in the case of an edit «off line».

CE3.3 perform the capture or recapture of media to an editing system from analog or digital video and audio sources or digital files that involve or not format conversions.

C4: To determine the effects of image, graphics and lettering of the production according to narrative criteria and availability of materials and resources.

CE4.1 determine the most appropriate effects depending on the narrative requirements expressed in the script and images available.

CE4.2 Select the most appropriate platform for obtaining a given effect.

CE4.3 select additional software («plug-in») tools needed to produce a given effect.

C5: Prepare the effects of image, graphic design, 2D/3D animation and lettering make them in their own editing system or in an external platform by selecting and facilitating the shipment of materials.

CE5.1 planning process of an effect even if it involves the partial realization of certain elements or stages, across platforms.

CE5.2 describe the processes of generation of masks, rotoscopies or capture of movements for the composition of images.

CE5.3 describe the processes of generation of patterns and models of graphics, animations 2D and 3D and labeling of the program.

CE5.4 a report with guidelines for graphic design, 2D and 3D animations and lettering of the program that need to be performed on different platforms.

CE5.5 back in support of Exchange and format requirements of materials that have to be sent to an external platform for application of effects or for any other specific treatment.

C6: Organize materials of picture and sound selected on the basis of its content for their identification and use in the subsequent Assembly process.

CE6.1 in a practical course of an audiovisual program properly characterized by the raw material of a recording or filming entered the system:-select fragments corresponding to each valid shot, identifying its content and scoring the comments relevant or, where appropriate, transferring to the system the annotations contained in the part of camera or «script».

-Mark points of entry and exit of each fragment video taking note of time codes or footage of input and output according to the duration provided for in the script, keeping a Coleus in front and behind these points that allow a more precise readjustment.

-Classifying video segments by valid Tomás, sequences and durations, based on established criteria, so that they are easily locatable in the Assembly session.

CE6.2 synchronize Brutes from different sources that have done a simultaneous recording in the timeline.

CE6.3 select, classify and identify segments of image, audio, graphics, masks, among others, that have to be used for the production of effects.

CE6.4 classify and identify materials prior to labeling, 2D/3D animation and graphics.

CE6.5 classify and identify audio materials generated in room or from pre-existing recordings.

CE6.6 classify and identify third-party materials introduced into the system for possible use in the Assembly when they are not royalty free or be subject to Declaration of use.

CE6.7 prepare, classify and make copies on a given stand of the takes or outlets needed for audio dubbing sessions.

CE6.8 organize and archive surplus materials and discards so that their subsequent recovery is carried out quickly and easily.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C5 complete; Complete C6.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. mounting and editing equipment for playback of video and audio (VTRs, servers and computer equipment in network).

Time and track control codes.

The signal of video monitoring, adjustment and synchronization.

Equipment for adjustment and correction of the video signal.

Remote control of computers.

Treatment of the audio.



2. configuration of analog and digital signals and compatibility management systems.

Connection of analog devices.

Connection of digital devices.



3. management of the flow of signals and data signals «Routing».

Checking, preparing and editing materials treatment.

Media and materials storage systems.

Networks.



4. Digital Edition. Connection and configuration of non-linear editing. Connection. Working procedures. Live sound.

Computer equipment. Design of configuration and integration of elements.

Video editing software. Composition of 2D and 3D video effects software.

Software for editing and audio mixing.

Planning of the work. Procedures.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.
Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the preparation of the materials needed for the editing and post-production, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 3: operations Assembly and the post-production: 3 code: MF0949_3 associated with UC: assembling integrated post-production tools and materials of different origin duration: 150 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: make room for editing, set-up and maintenance of the equipment necessary for the mounting/post-production.

CE1.1 verify the operability of the full set of Assembly checking peripherals, signal flow and storage system and recording, in his case.

CE1.2 make the process of setting levels of video and audio, making sure that their quality and resolution meets the needs of the project.

CE1.3 Verify that the configuration of equipment arranged in network allow shipments of files are fluid.

CE1.4 adapt the features of resolution, relationship of appearance and coding, among others, of the project to the recorded material.

C2: Make the mounting/postproduction of audiovisual products, operating teams with skill and applying theories, codes and mounting techniques.

CE2.1 Verify that the technical features of the timeline correspond to the project, modify if necessary.

CE2.2 select points of entry and exit in the raw material, corresponding to the plane to edit.

CE2.3 insert clips of video and audio in the timeline, adapting its duration if it is necessary, with specific tools of settings («trimmer», «rolling», «slide», among others).

CE2.4 operate a system of non-linear editing in the «insert», «assemble», modalities according to the specific needs of the Assembly process.

CE2.5 allow a «off line» fitting from a rundown of recording by generating the corresponding EDL.

CE2.6 in a practical course of audio from a specific program properly characterized by the raw material of a recording or filming entered the system:-synchronized images with their corresponding audio from brand image and sound of the clappers or any other reference.

-Incorporate a soundtrack to some certain sequences, attending the visual rhythm of the same.

-Incorporate a soundtrack to certain images, through the use of "offsets" of time code.

-Make an edition of sequences with various audio channels while maintaining a certain level of quality and generating the master international band.

-Fit two sequences with anterior and posterior tails of audio properly.

CE2.7 make an edit on broadcast media, following certain rules PPD (prepared for broadcasting or emission).

CE2.8 in a practical course of an audiovisual program properly characterized by its corresponding materials, assembling / Edition valuing that the assembled product features:-rhythm and structure suited to the narrative intent.

-The times correspond to those laid down.

-Selected planes are the appropriate and suitable for the narrative intent.

-Synchronization between the picture and the sound is perfect.

C3: Generate and/or introduce in Assembly processes optical, dynamic and special effects using whenever the software programs and the most appropriate technologies.

CE3.1 determine the phases and tools necessary for the production of a particular effect.

CE3.2 set and generate precise external keys to perform the replacement of luminance or chrominance on a certain image, deciding the type (luminance, chrominance, 'matte') by difference and processed most suitable for each case.

CE3.3 determine and generate the necessary effects of masks, rotoscoping and motion capture in the audiovisual project.

CE3.4 effects of variation of speed of the image (frozen, slowed down, accelerated) by determining the type of processing suitable for each case.

CE3.5 generate a range of basic effects using the domain of specialized software programs.

CE3.6 generate and insert into a sequence of Assembly from generating equipment of characters or additional software required signage.

CE3.7 generate animations 2D/3D according to requirements of the audiovisual project.

CE3.8 integrate and adapt in mounting the effects from external platforms.

CE3.9 generate and adjust audio effects to the narrative intent.

CE3.10 save effects determined in a computer storage system guaranteeing the possibility of locating them quickly and safely.

CE3.11 adjust and even scene to scene, the luminance and chrominance levels determining the parameters to be modified and the level of processing of the image (with own tools or equipment and additional software).

CE3.12 in a practical course of an audiovisual program properly characterized by the script and the recordings of different audiovisual stories:-perform the transitions of image using chained and bumpers, by adjusting its parameters depending on the narrative and expressive intentionality of the audiovisual narrative.

-Carry out a color and luminance keying.

-Apply a wide range of special effects using the domain of different specialized software programs.

-Generate different types of key and adapt them to the achievement of the effect.

-Import and integrate effects and graphic elements from other working environments.

-Correct and match the quality of the images used.

-Provide a specific chroma each stage of the project.

C4: Evaluate the results of a given Assembly to detect deficiencies and make final adjustments of rhythm and duration.

CE4.1 contrasted the attainment of communicative goals of the programme with the communication objectives of the project.

CE4.2 assess the achievement of the narrative rhythm through the selection and combination of planes and the existence of a proper structure to the narrative intent of the program.

CE4.3 assess the achievement of the narrative rhythm through the selection and combination of planes and the existence of a proper structure to the narrative intent of the program.

CE4.4 verifying the maintenance of the continuity of image and sound between planes.

CE4.5 assess narrative and expressive effects functionality as well as its technical correction.

CE4.6 control the perfect synchrony between the bands of image and sound.

C5: Applying standardized protocols for the exchange of information to materials that require treatment of post-production on external platforms.

CE5.1 describe the processes that guarantee the availability of all materials and attachments needed to carry out additional or complementary works on different platforms of editing and post-production.

CE5.2 check the import and forming data and exchange materials.

CE5.3 prepare documents based on more standardized protocols for the exchange of information to facilitate the work on other platforms.

C6: Classified materials used during Assembly for storage and later use.

CE6.1 describe the techniques of organization and filing of sound materials, image and graphics used during Assembly.

CE6.2 organize and store data that constitute the Assembly project, to favor adaptations, updates, and subsequent follow-up.

CE6.3 verify and store the generated documents, in the different removable media, for your transport or your availability on external platforms.

C7: Manage computer storage units used in a particular project, optimizing its capacity and configuration.

CE7.1 rating the need for recycling of the hardware used in the process of editing and post-production for later use.

CE7.2 free space by deleting files storage units.

CE7.3 maintenance and testing of computer storage for your optimization systems.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C2 full; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. types and configuration of cinematographic and videographic Assembly rooms
Configuration and optimization of the film Assembly room.

Configuration and optimization of the editing, and video post-production rooms.

Configuration and optimization of rooms making and postproduction of audio for film, video and television.



2. maintenance of mounting kits and post-production failures and faults in the equipment: methods of detection and corrective actions.

Preventive maintenance operations.



3 structure and erection narrative intent. Mounting and expressiveness.

Criteria of selection of the plane and the time setting.

Maintaining continuity. Expressive value of the signs of punctuation and transition.

Musical montage and construction of the soundtrack.

Synchronism of the Visual and sound levels.



4. generation of effects types of effects.

«Keys» overlay/inlay: HUE and CLIP.

Types of effects processors.

2D/3D animations.

Rotoscopies, masks and capture of movement, among others.



5. operations in digitizing video and audio non-linear editing systems. Compression. Signal sampling. "Codecs".

The 'rendering'.

Construction of the mounting on the timeline.

Effects of color and levels correction.

Effects of movement.

Transitions, dynamic video and DVE effects.

Titling tools.

Graphic design, 2D/3D animation and lettering.

Installation of audio. Application of effects. Mixing tracks.

'Mastered'.

Vertical composition. Tools and procedures.

Output formats.



6. the quality control in the editor, editing and post-production protection, classification and documentation of the product generated.

Systems and protocols for the exchange of material.

Classification of materials techniques.

Management and recycling of materials.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of the mounting integrated post-production tools and materials of different origin, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.

-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.



TRAINING module 4: Final Assembly and the post production level processes: 3 code: MF0919_3 associated with UC: coordinate the final processes of editing and post-production to generate the final audio-visual product duration: 90 hours capabilities and evaluation criteria: C1: recognize the processes of finished films and video programmes.

CE1.1 identify the photochemical, electronic format and digital post-production workflows.

CE1.2 classify all media and formats involved in mounting an audiovisual production, identifying with the lists obtained from the Edition «off line».

CE1.3 assessing the technical quality of the image of the media and formats involved in final assembly.

CE1.4 describe the characteristics and uses of tools identification of image and sound that affect editing and post-production processes.

CE1.5 prepare and interpret the listings: reissue, «on-line», linear and non-linear, from original tape, telecine, laboratory, scanner and data shaping.

CE1.6 recognize the techniques necessary for the realization of masks, rotoscopies, and motion capture.

CE1.7 distinguish the techniques required for stabilization, image tracking and obtaining of cameras.

CE1.8 specify the technical processes for the color correction and monitoring systems.

CE1.9 describe the features of the tools used to shape an audiovisual product based on the information obtained from the Edition «off line».

C2: Ensure, on the soundtrack, the compliance of quality and timing of the different sound formats of registration, distribution and exhibition.

CE2.1 assessing the technical quality of a sound.

CE2.2 ensure the audio/video sync in a practical case.

CE2.3 describe the various existing interchange formats of sound.

CE2.4 differentiate consequences of playback of the sound speed changes both in the registry editing.

CE2.5 identify the main existing standards regarding references, levels, and available tracks, exchange of different video and audio formats.

CE2.6 describe the different sound systems in use for display/broadcast.

CE2.7 identify the provision of optical copies standard film sound tracks.

CE2.8 describing the circulation of film copies and display systems.

C3: Rating processes of delivery of the master or final copy according to the specific technical requirements of the project.

CE3.1 technical characteristics distinguish individuals of different existing channels of distribution of the audiovisual product.

-Broadcast TV.

-Videographic, institutional distribution, DVD, other.

-Cinema distribution (photochemistry and electronics).

-Multimedia devices and internet distribution.

CE3.2 generate copies of an audiovisual product to support broadcasting and/or evaluation required according to the audiovisual product.

CE3.3 describe the processes and materials of final production for each distribution channel:-video distribution: master, backups, copies of emission.

-Cinema distribution: original, 'intermediates', standard copy, other.

CE3.4 recognize the different existing protection systems, according to the technical specifications of each technology, for the safety of the audiovisual product generated support.

CE3.5 describe the processes of realization in electronic form of the set of materials for the promotion of an audiovisual project.

CE3.6 describe the processes of preparation, classification and documentation of all intermediate materials and end of an audiovisual project.

Skills whose acquisition must be completed in a real work environment: C1 full; Full C2; Complete C3.

Other capabilities: learn new concepts or procedures and to effectively leverage the training using the knowledge acquired in the development of the activity.

Complete the work according to criteria of fitness, speed, economy and efficiency.

Keep the work area with the appropriate degree of order and cleanliness.

Show own creativity in the development of the work.

Demonstrate a degree of autonomy in the resolution of contingencies.

Communicate effectively with the right people at any given time, while respecting the established channels.



Contents: 1. process of finishing and presentation of the product techniques and processes in the finish of the product: image stabilization, color correction and monitoring systems.

Work in the 'off-line' editing processes and techniques.

Exchange in the treatment of sound formats.

Characteristics and protection of tape systems master.

Generation of backup and duplication of video.

Presentation of the product.

Final balance of post-production: endpoints.

Management of intellectual property rights.



2. control of quality of the product distribution of sound tracks in the video stands.

Distribution of sound tracks in the film stands.

The international soundtrack.

Final Assembly and sound processes.

Maintenance of the standard of quality.

PPD (prepared for broadcasting or emission) standards.

Technical regulations applied to the image and the sound.



3. distribution of the product and technical constraints the broadcast of audiovisual products on television.

Commercial distribution: multimedia devices, DVD, Blu-ray, among others.

The projection in theaters.



Parameters of the training context: spaces and facilities: the spaces and facilities will answer, in the form of classroom, classroom workshop, workshop practice, laboratory, or space, to training needs, in accordance with the professional context established in the competition unit associated, taking into account the applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.



Professional profile of the trainer or trainer: 1. domain of knowledge and techniques related to the coordination of final editing and post-production processes to generate the final audiovisual product, which will be using one of the following ways:-academic training level 2 (Spanish higher education qualifications framework) or other upper level related to the professional field.
-Professional experience of minimum 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. accredited educational competition in accordance with it to establish the competent administrations.