Postproduction. Motiongraphics & Visual Effects

Postgraduate course. Online.


UPC School

The increase in the consumption of the different forms of audio-visual media, whether on a computer screen, mobile phone, television or a game console has increased the need for multimedia production professionals with specific knowledge about animation, moving image processing and audio-visual composition. The technological innovations and techniques being used in the audio-visual the sector have made new types of jobs available and this course seeks to inform students and professionals about them.

These innovative techniques can be applied to different areas such as film, television, video-game design and billboards. More and more audio-visual projects combine different disciplines and tools like 3D, real images, stopmotion, rotoscoping, etc. All of these things require advanced knowledge on the part of the designers, animators and editors. This course provides the tools that all of them need to reach new levels in their work with a high degree of specialisation and professionalism.


  • Learn how to use the most complex techniques for advanced postproduction, colour retouching, special effects, masking, integration, etc¿
  • Learn animation and advanced animation principles.
  • Study basic elements of video and audio editing.
  • Work with integration of different sources like 3D, stopmotion, flash and others.

Who is it for

  • Degree holders in Audio-visual Communication.
  • Professionals working in the IT sector who want to move into the post-production sector.
  • Multimedia Studies graduates and people who have training in audio-visual design and applications.
  • Graduates in Fine Arts who want to specialise in graphic or artistic design.

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(105 teaching hours)

Start date:
Start date:26/10/2016 End date:12/07/2017
Wednesday  18:00 to 21:00

Registration fee:
2.250 €

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Registration open until the beginning of the course or until end of vacancies.

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