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RTV 322 Camera use: Shooting to Edit. Cell phones off and put away. Getting started. Cel phones off and put away. -100 points each time used during class. Training and certification—Find sign on PAC 117 door—Must Sign up this week See syllabus and outline directions. A few tech points….

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rtv 322 camera use shooting to edit

RTV 322 Camera use: Shooting to Edit

Cell phones off and put away

getting started

Getting started

Cel phones off and put away.

-100 points each time used during class.

Training and certification—Find sign on PAC 117 door—Must Sign up this week

See syllabus and outline directions

a few tech points
A few tech points…
  • Camera / lens / mount
  • Lighting
  • Production Design
  • Sound Design
  • FX
  • Producer / Director etc.
film vs video
Film vs. Video
  • Film
    • a thin flexible strip of plastic or other material coated with light-sensitive emulsion for exposure in a camera, used to produce photographs or motion pictures
  • Video
    • magnetic tape for recording and reproducing visual images and sound.
film vs video1
Film vs. Video
  • We’re not ‘filming’ anything
  • Film stock chemicals react to light to encode an image into the film stock
  • Video recording uses magnetic storage of data
film vs video2
Film vs.Video
  • Film stock is the imaging device for motion picture film
  • CCD or CMOS is the imaging device for video
  • Future for film?
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Film
  • 8 mm, 16mm, 35mm, 70mm
  • Super 16 and 35 mm
  • Film stock--costs and processing
    • Film stock types: b/w or color, negative or reversal, fast or slow, tungsten or daylight
  • 1.33:1 aspect ratio / TV / 2.35:1
  • 24 fps
  • Sprocket holes, audio recording
    • Later-- sound and film
magnetic videotape
Magnetic Videotape
  • Analog vs. Digital
  • Interlaced or Progressive
  • Standard or High Def
  • 4:3 (1.33:1) or 16:9
  • Digital Compression Codecs
  • Not ‘filming’
  • Chemical vs. electromagnetic
new storage and distribution options
New storage and distribution options
  • HDD
  • DVD / Blu Ray / Optical discs
  • Flash memory (built in vs. removable, like SD card)
  • Cloud Storage
digital video
Digital Video
  • Pixels: 480 vs. 720 vs. 1080
  • Contrast ratio
  • Megapixels
  • I vs. P
  • Lossy or Lossless codecs
  • Color sampling: relationship of chroma to luminance / luma
  • Bit depth: the number of individual 0s and 1s sampled
illusion of movement
Illusion of Movement
  • Persistence of vision
  • 24 vs. 30 fps (transfers)
  • Shoot only in 30 fps
  • ‘shutter speed’
time code
Time Code
  • Vital to videotape
  • Important for timing / syncing
  • SMPTE
  • VITC vs. longitudinal
  • ‘striping’
  • Time code vs. control track
our cameras
Our cameras
  • Canon XH A1 (mini DV)
    • Manual mode
    • ‘point and shoot’
  • JVC HM 150 (SDXC card)
    • Class 6 or above
    • Brand matters
    • Georgia tutorial
    • Our settings:
    • SD(DV), QuickTime, 16:9
  • (GL1)
lenses
Lenses
  • Camera body vs. lens
  • Zoom or fixed (prime) -- critical focus
  • Optical vs. Digital zoom
  • Diaphragm / aperture -- f-stops / t-stops / number means what?
  • Manual vs. autofocus
    • Sharp focus, Selective focus, follow focus, rack focus, soft focus, swimming focus
  • Depth of field is affected by focal length, aperture, and the distance of objects from the camera.
video shooting tips
Video Shooting Tips
  • http://multimedia.journalism.berkeley.edu/tutorials/shooting_tips/
more tech later
More tech later…
  • Now, the script…Chapter 1
the script
The script
  • Everything we produce, we write first
  • News is shot with a planned structure in mind
  • Commercials—good idea, put on paper, shoot & edit
  • Training video, sports event, talk show, newscast, movie…
    • PRE-PRODUCTION / Script
blueprint
Blueprint
  • Good director ‘sees’ the movie before he/she shoots it
  • When directors, actors, etc. read a script, they ‘see’ the movie
  • Every good movie is produced around a well-written script
  • Not only is the script the most important aspect of making a movie, it is also the cheapest
how does it start
How does it start?
  • Chapter One gives tips about being a writer.
  • If you want to make a great movie do you write it?
  • Hollywood Formula: AIS Formula
getting a script
Getting a script
  • Writing what you know
  • Determine a genre (action, comedy)
  • Determine a format (animation, documentary)
  • Plot Type (the way the story is told)
  • Understand what makes a great story (more about writing the story next week – conflict, exposition, rising action, conflict, turning point,etc. )
steps to a script
Steps to a script
  • Concept
  • Treatment
  • Outline
  • Pitch
  • Greenlighting
  • Development
  • Rewriting
  • Production
so read chapter 1
So, Read Chapter 1
  • Use course outline to look for specific terms and content
  • Make notes of terms as you read
  • Watch for practice quizzes on the course outline
  • And…
this week
This week
  • All RTV majors and minors in a Practicum and started
    • Cannot pass 322 without it
  • Must sign up for your Project Shift
    • See posted sheets on PAC 117
  • Must have and bring your book to class – print or electronic
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