Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of Career Interest
The salary depends on a variety of factors, including where you work , for whom you work and what type or level of designer you are IGDA reports entry level video game designers make between $50,000 and $80,000 annually, averaging $57,500. The highest reported salary was $200,000.The game industry employs those experienced in other traditional businesses, but some have experience tailored to the game industry. For example, many recruiters target just game industry professionals. Some of the disciplines specific to the game industry include: game programmer, game designer, level designer, game producer, game artist and game tester.
(Facundo)Game art and Animation
The Game Art and Animation (GAM) program prepares students for entry-level positions in the computer game and animation field. These positions are typically found in computer game production studios, visual effects houses, TV production studios, and computer animation studios. A standout highlight of this program is the hands-on experience students gain in the professional motion capture (Mocap) studio. You will edit and integrate Mocap data and apply it to your own character and environment models. You'll create characters by recording actions of human actors, and using that information to animate digital character models in 3D computer animation. As an animator you'll not only study motion but you'll also learn acting and directing in order to truly bring your digital characters to life. Successful graduates are prepared to enter the game industry with a complete portfolio including a game level, demo reel, website and DVD tailored to your artistic style. these people get $24.51 per hour.
Computer programmers are the people who create the code for software application and operating systems. after a soft ware developer or computer soft ware engineer designs a computer program, the programmer writes codes that converts the design into a set of instruction a computer can fallow. Their tasks are writing codes that a computer can fallow. In this environmment you can become a computer engineer technology, computer graphics, computer sci.......
You don't have to have a high degree to become a computer, you can only a High School diploma, associate degree, but the higher degree you have the better you salary gets.
In this job you have to have good memory, you have to pay attention, and an ability to think abstractly. In Texas computer programming jobs are more available in Houston but the salary is okay around Irving to.
In High School you can take classes such as Calculus 1, algebra 1, engineer, and other extra curricular classes.
You can go to a lot of colleges like, Brown Mackie college, Haverford college, Manhattan college.......
You can study soft ware designing, how to progrmm computers, programming testing, operating systems and net works....
The term "astronaut" derives from the greek word meaning "space sailor". Astronomy students study space, the history and future of the universe,and the objects within, such as planets,stars,and galaxies. Subjects to study including the evolution of stars, how the stars and planets move through space,chemistry,and advanced math.
Salaries for civilian astronaut candidates are based on the federal government's general schedule pay scale for GS-11 through GS-14. The grade is determined in accordance with each individual's academic achievements and experience. Currently a GS-11 starts at $64,493 per year and a GS-14 can earn up to $170,256
Salary average is about $20.00 per hour. The average per year is about $45,000 - $90,000.
The degrees you need is Bachelors and Masters. Some majors you need is cinematography, photography, communications operation technology and more.
Cinematography which is art of making movies. So for it to be your major get to see how movies are made and make some of your own mini or regular movies.
Photography which create permanent visual images for an exceptionally wide range of creative, technical and documentary purposes.
Communications Operations Technology
A screen writer is responsible for writing out the story line. Even though it might seem like an easy job you have to have some basic skills and be able to solve complex problems. Resource management and social skills. Also system and technical skills. There is some task in this job that you are required to do; information input, interacting with others, mental procession work out put. The job description is pretty simple all you have to do is analyze scale activity or trends. use interviewing procedures, use product knowledge to market goods. Collect details for stories or articles, communicate visually or verbally. Practice creative writing , edit written material, ensure correct grammar and punctuation. The usual salary ranges from low- which is $13.61 an hour. Or the median which is $27.47 an hour, then there's the high which is $57.17 an hour.
For you to be a screen writer or author you have to have at least a Bachelors degree. Your majors can range from broadcasting journalism to communication and speech skills. there is also creative writing, English composition and writing. English literature, mass communication studies. play writes and screen writing. Lastly public relations and technical and business writing. Colleges like Augsburg college, Hamlin University, Macalester college and Saint Mary's University offer these programs.
In high school a way for you to prepare for being a screen writer or author is to take advanced English classes and remember you can write anywhere with a laptop or computer.
Knowledge of the film industry and movie production
Knowledge of editing equipment and a willingness to keep up with changes in that technology
A good photographic eye for camera angles and special effects, as well as knowledge of audio effects
Ability to work alone on detailed and sometimes tedious work
Problem-solving skills to make film sequences work well or to work with the available footage
Strong interpersonal skills to work well with directors, cinematographers, sound editors, special effects editors and music producers
Flexibility to deal with production delays, unexpected problems and varied personality types
Ability to remain calm and confident in high-stress or crisis situations
Willingness to work long hours on rush assignments
A commitment to high-quality work and to continuing to improve your own skills and knowledge
A personal code of ethics and commitment to following the director's vision rather than altering material to make a personal artistic statement
A video editor is the professional responsible for editing the raw footage shot during the making of a movie. Before the increased use of more modern digital video cameras, movie footage was shot on real strips of film. Video editors had to physically cut and splice certain scenes together.