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Video Recording VSCC COM 112 - TV PRODUCTION OVERVIEW VIDEOTAPE RECORDING SYSTEMS VIDEOTAPE RECORDING PROCESS NONLINEAR STORATE SYSTEMS USE OF VIDEO RECORDING Videotape Recording Systems

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video recording

Video Recording

VSCC COM 112 - TV PRODUCTION

overview
OVERVIEW
  • VIDEOTAPE RECORDING SYSTEMS
  • VIDEOTAPE RECORDING PROCESS
  • NONLINEAR STORATE SYSTEMS
  • USE OF VIDEO RECORDING
videotape recording systems
Videotape Recording Systems
  • Principle - Video and audio signals magnetically recorded in analog or digital form, and converted again into pictures and sound at playback
  • VTR - video tape recorder
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Videotape Recording Systems
  • Basic video tracks - audio and video are separate
  • Most VTR’s have minimum of 4 tracks
    • video track- two audio tracks- control track
key concept 1
Key Concept 1
  • Videotape recorders record video and audio signals and a variety of other information necessary for proper operation of the tape and identification of each individual frame.
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Videotape Recording Systems
  • Two simultaneous movements
    • Video tape moves across video and audio recording heads
    • Video tape recording head moves at the same time to maximize amount of information stored on the video track. Movement of tape across video head is slanted (helical scanning process).
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Videotape Recording Systems
  • Audio tracks recorded by stationary head on edge of tape
  • Can be up to four tracks
  • Typically normal tracks are along edge and can provide stereo if necessary
  • Hi-Fidelity tracks are imbedded within video track. (A video edit affects hi fi audio.)
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Videotape Recording Systems
  • Control track allows 30 sync pulses per second for timing
  • Maintains TV standard of 30 frames per second
  • Address code (SMPTE) time code on another track
analog and digital vtr systems
Analog and Digital VTR Systems
  • Analog - fluctuating signal identical to original audio or video
  • Digital - original signal converted to binary data and translated back to analog at playback
  • Digital Advantage - no deterioration with age or generation copying
video recording systems
Video Recording Systems
  • NTSC - National Television Systems Committee
    • Composite
  • Y/C Component
  • RGB Component
  • Other Systems (Europe)
    • PAL and SECAM
composite systems
Composite Systems
  • Composite system - video signal combines color (or C signal) with the luminance (Y-signal.
  • One wire carries the C (RGB) signal and the Y (black and white)
  • The combined signal is the NTSC signal (National Television System Committee)
y c component system
Y/C Component System
  • Y signal (luminance or black and white) and C signal (RGB or color) are kept separate until recorded on tape.
  • Separated again at playback.
  • Advantage is higher picture quality
rgb component system
RGB Component System
  • Red, Green, and Blue video signals preserved throughout recording process.
  • Sent as 3 separate signals to tape
  • The 3 signals are the three components
key concept 2
Key Concept 2
  • Videotapes recorded on Y/C component or RGB component VTRs CANNOT be played back on similar composite (NTSC) equipment.
types of videotape recorders
Types of Videotape Recorders
  • Analog and Digital
  • Standalone or Docking (to a camera)
  • Component and Composite
primary analog videotape formats
Primary Analog Videotape Formats
  • BetacamSP - 1/2 inch cassette - Y/C component
  • S-VHS - 1/2 inch cassette Y/C system signal transport but composite recording
  • VHS - 1/2 inch cassette NTSC composite. Just under pro quality
  • Hi8 - 8 mm cassette Y/C component or composite output
analog formats still around
Analog Formats Still Around
  • 1 inch VTR - Reel to reel 1 inch tape NTSC Composite
  • U-matic - 3/4 inch cassette, NTSC Composite
  • MII (m2) - 1/2 inch cassette. Y/C component
digital videotape formats
Digital Videotape Formats
  • D-1: 1 inch reel to reel RGB
  • D-2: 19 mm cassette NTSC
  • D-3: 1/2 inch cassette NTSC
  • D-5: 1/2 inch cassette RGB component
  • D-6: 19 mm cassette RGB component
  • D-7: SMPTE classification of DVCPRO
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Digital Videotape Formats
  • Digital Betacam: 1/2 inch cassette RGB Component
  • Digital S: 1/2 inch cassette Y/C component
  • DVCPRO: Panasonic 1/4 inch RGB component
  • DVCAM 1/4 inch RGB component
tape formats
Tape Formats
  • Width of tape and recording method
  • No correlation between width and quality
  • Quality has improved with new generations of narrow tape widths
time base corrector
Time Base Corrector
  • Picture stabilizing equipment
  • Prevents jittery picture
  • Synchronizes scanning cycles
videotape recording process
Videotape Recording Process
  • Before Checklist
    • Schedule - Assure taping equipment is available
    • VTR Status - Do a tape check.
    • Power Supply - Enough Batteries? Is AC power acceptable
    • Tape - Make sure it’s the right format for your recorder
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Videotape Recording Process
  • Before Checklist
    • Audio Level - Check levels before recording
    • Monitor - Check scenes as recorded. Make sure your monitor is compatible with recording format. Do you have power (or battery) for monitor.
key concept 3
Key Concept 3
  • Make sure the cassette format matches the VTR and the cassette tab is in place for recording
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Videotape Recording Process
  • During Checklist
    • Video Leader - 30 to 6 seconds of tone and color bars, ID slate and countdown 10 to 3 with 2 seconds of black
    • Tape Counter - reset before starting tape
    • PreRoll - make sure machine is up to speed before any leader recording
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Videotape Recording Process
  • Recording levels - monitor video and audio levels carefully
  • Recording for Post Production - Overlap action for editing ease
  • Retakes - Let director know immediately if one is required
  • Record Keeping - Keep accurate records
key concept 4
Key Concept 4
  • The video leader must be generated by the equipment actually used in the videotape recording.
key concept 5
Key Concept 5
  • Keep an accurate field log during the recording session and carefully label all videotapes
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Videotape Recording Process
  • After Checklist
    • Recording check - do you have it on tape
    • Labeling - label with tape number, title, and number of scenes
    • Protection Copies - dub all source tapes for backup
key concept 6
Key Concept 6
  • Always make protection copies of all source tapes.
nonlinear storage systems
NonLinear Storage Systems
  • Analog and Video tape is searched from start to finish
  • Nonlinear storage allows direct access to any chronological part
key concept 7
Key Concept 7
  • Nonlinear digital storage devices allow random and almost instantaneous access to each video frame.
nonlinear storage devices
Nonlinear storage devices
  • Computer disks
    • still shots on floppies
    • motions shots on hard drives (fixed or removable)
  • ESS - Electronic Still Store systems (super fast slide projectors)
  • Read/Write optical discs
  • CD-Roms and DVDs
use of video recording
Use of Video Recording
  • Now an important personal communication medium.
  • Desktop video is prevalent.
  • Marriage of Video and Computers makes multimedia popular and effective.
interactive video
Interactive Video
  • Viewer has some control over what is seen and heard
  • Viewer exercises options or impacts order of what is viewed
  • Video games are all around us
key concept 8
Key Concept 8
  • Interactive video allows the viewer to exercise choice with immediate feedback.
multimedia
Multimedia
  • Simultaneous display of text, still and moving images and sound.
  • Generally distributed on CD Rom.