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The Production Process

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Lauren Hardin

on 26 September 2014

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Transcript of The Production Process

Production
Post-Production
Pre-Production
The Video Production Process
Ideation
Visualization
Staging
Script Writing
Storyboarding
Pre-Production Planning
Script Formats
Two Types
Traditional Screenplay
2 Column Script or A/V Script
What is a Script?
A blue print
A Layout of all the elements of your story and ideas put it into words
A clear plan
Things to Consider
Character/ Subject
Setting/ Environment
Goal of the video and Content Type
Audience
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What is a Storyboard?
A pre-visualization tool for your video
Allows you to see your video before actually shooting it
Aids in refining the script
Think about...
Common Shots in Video
Planning the Shoot
Important Documents
Location Release Form
Talent or Appearance Release Forms and Agreements
Budget
Video Project!
Thank you for watching!
Location Scouting
Visiting the location
Visualize how your film would map out in the space
Take note of resources available on location
Does it match your schedule and budget?
Power, Lighting, Sound
Testing, Testing, Testing!
People on Camera
Indoor (Florescent Light)
Outdoor (Natural Light)
Time of Day
White Balance
Setting
Props
Characters
Lighting
Scenes and Shots
Wide
Shot
Medium
Shot
Extreme
Close-Up
Lighting
Complete the pre-production
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Set Up
Building Shots
Comfortable on camera
Follow direction easily
Interacts with the camera well
Good/Interesting personality
Shooting
Set Etiquette
Keeping Track of shots
Shoot for the Edit
Following the script
Make sure that your crew and actors/subjects are on the same page as you
Stick to your schedule and budget
Equipment
Lighting set up
Shots
Props
Scheduling
Cameras
MiniDV Camcorder
Canon XF100
Tripod
Microphones
Framing
Over
the Shoulder
Close
Up
Thank you for watching!
SD Card Slot
View Finder
Servo Zoom
XLR Inputs
Audio Controls
Focus/Zoom Ring
Focus/Zoom/Iris Controls
White Balance
Battery Pack
Editing
Aesthetics
Final Product
Editing
To Begin Editing you need:
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro
Footage
Time

Always Remember to Check! Check! Check your work!
Editing Techniques
Building Story:
Clipping
Fixing Mistakes
Cutting on Action
Avoiding Jump Cuts
Cutting Tight
Editing Techniques
Aesthetics:
Titles and Lower 3rds
Transitions/Animations
Color Correction
Sound:
Levels
Music


Exporting
Shot Quality
Rule of 3rds
Headroom
Leadroom
180 rule
The 4th Wall
Continuity
B-Roll
Focus
Audio levels
Ambient Sound
Microphone choices
For Sound Quality:
Hardrive Camcorder
Canon GL2
Never Shoot against a window during the day if you don't want your shots to be dark.
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