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The Basics of Multimedias

AGJ 1160 lesson plan to teach the basics of multimedia production
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Kari Weis

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of The Basics of Multimedias

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr
The Basics of Multimedia
Free audio recording and editing software
Audacity
Export files as .mp3 files
Video editing software
iMovie
You all get to be stars!
Preparing for your shoot
Make a shot list
Check equipment
- Camera
- Tripod
- Extra Batteries
- Clean SD Card
- Power Source
Preparing for Shoot
Time to film
Setup
Interviews
secondary footage that adds meaning to a sequence
B-roll
5. Check your audio
YouTube Screen Name
and Password
Username: woodturleys
Password: musciagj
Need Help??????
CAFNR Educational
Technologies Dept.
Marc Strid
StridM@missouri.edu
Kari Weis klwqkc@mail.missouri.edu

Lab Hours
Tuesday: 12 -5 p.m.
Thursday: 12 - 5 p.m.

1. Set your shot.
2. Shoot with the light.
3. Use the rule of thirds.
4. Be aware of surroundings.
Hold your shots
for at least 15 seconds
before zooming or panning
Cut a clip
Add transition
Add a title
Add audio
1. Shoot the interviewee at a slight angle
2. Have them look at you, not the camera
3. Have them state & spell their name
4. Ask them to repeat the question
Good B-roll
Bad B-roll
Audio
double system shooting:
recording audio on separate device
1. Adjust Gain (ability of amplifier to increase the power of a signal)
-20db sweet spot
-12 - -6db highest points
2. Always monitor audio
3. Make sure you are rolling
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