Video Production Technology

South Plains College’s two-yea associate degree program in Cinema and Video Production is designed to keep pace with the needs of a thriving entertainment industry. Get the skills you need to make cinematic masterpieces, commercials, music videos, produce live concerts, create compelling graphics, and make it all lok and sound great. SPC provides hands-on training using production equipment that is the industry standard.

You’ll receive training in a multitude of live broadcast and post production techniques, and are given many opportunities to hone your skills with group and individual work. You begin learning production techniques by creating short-form productions, including music videos and commercials. During the second year, projects include events such as full-scale music concerts, full production movie shoots, and production of a variety of different genres of shows.

Equipment and Facilities

Students enrolled in Cinema and Video Production work with the same state-of-the-art equipment used by professionals in the field. The studio features advanced video equipment including both Sony Studio Cameras, Blackmagic Design video switcher, recording digital HD productions to SSD media, and talk-back stystems You also get the opportunity to work with a 12 food Jimmy Jib Boom. There is a video-editing and graphics lab as a part of the post-productions suite. In this lab, you will learn to work with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, as well as many other great tools to enhance and finish your production. There is a DMX lighting system designed to meet the critical demands of video recording and concerts performance. You will also be given access to lights for cinema production and interviews.

Tom T. Hall Production Studio

The cornerstone of the program is the Tom T. Hall Production Studio, a 4,000 square-foot production center featuring the latest in audio, video, and lighting equipment. The versatile studio serves as a large sound stage and accommodates performances with live audiences of up to 200 people. Several audio recoding studios serve to train students in audio recoding techniques, vital knowledge for anyone working in the video production field.

Courses include…

  • Introduction to Video Production Technology
  • Lighting Technology
  • Cinematography
  • Video Production Technology 1 & 2
  • Film-Style Production
  • Advance Post Production

For more information, contact

Greg Cook

Program Coordinator

Assistant Professor of Cinema and Video Production

806-716-2150

gcook@southplainscollege.edu