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  1. Production Process • What events happen during the production process?

  2. Production Process • What events happen during the production process? • Actual Taping

  3. Production Process • What events happen during the post-production phase?

  4. Production Process • What events happen during the post-production phase? Editing to create the final project.

  5. Production Process • Where is the preview bus located on the tricaster and what does it do?

  6. Production Process • Where is the preview bus located on the tricaster and what does it do? • A row of buttons on the switcher used to select the upcoming video (preset function) and route it to the preview monitor (preview function) independent of the line-out video.

  7. Production Process • What is the program bus located on the tricaster and what is its function?

  8. Production Process • What is the program bus located on the tricaster and what is its function? • The bus on the switch whose inputs are directly switched to the line-out.

  9. Production Process • Where are the key bus (buttons) located on the tricaster and what do they do?

  10. Production Process • Where are the key bus (buttons) located on the tricaster and what do they do? • A row of buttons on the switcher, used to select the video source to be inserted into a background image (a chroma key).

  11. Production Process • Where are the mix/effects (buttons) located on the tricaster and what do they do?

  12. Production Process • Where are the mix/effects (buttons) located on the tricaster and what do they do? • A row of buttons on the switcher that permit the mixing of video sources, as in a dissolve or super.

  13. Production Process • Where is the fader bar located on the tricaster and what does it do?

  14. Production Process • Where is the fader bar located on the tricaster and what does it do? • A lever which controls the speed of a mix (dissolves and fades) and the nature of a superimposed effect.

  15. Analog vs. Digital Recording

  16. Analog Recording • Standard analog video signals are designed to be broadcast and displayed on a television screen. To accomplish this, a scheme specifies how the incoming video signal gets converted to the individual pixel values of the display.Analog is the measurement/time it takes to complete of a full wave length. • The level of an analog video signal varies continuously (changing from instant to instant) to record the image or sound

  17. Digital Recording • A recording method that repeatedly samples the original continuous signal and records the numerical values of the samples, instead of the signal itself.

  18. Frames per second (fps)

  19. Frames per second (fps) • The number of individual frames (pictures) displayed on video in a second. The NTSC and high definition standard is 30. Film is shown at 24frames per second.

  20. High Definition

  21. High Definition • New digital TV broadcast with at least 720 scan lines with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

  22. Aspect Ratio

  23. Aspect Ratio • The aspect ratio of an image describes the proportional relationship between its width and its height. • The ratio of the width of a TV screen to the height. NTSC video is 4:3 (4 units wide to 3 units high) • High definition TV is 16:9.

  24. Linear editing

  25. Linear editing • Reel to reel editing - uses video tape as the editing medium.

  26. Non-linear editing

  27. Non-linear editing • The video and audio information are stored in a computer hard disk. Allows random access to shots

  28. NTSC - National Television System Committee (used in the U.S. and Japan)

  29. NTSC - National Television System Committee (used in the U.S. and Japan) • Refers to composite TV signal used from 1941 to the present - 525 scan lines displayed. Being replaced with the better high definition standard.

  30. Sound track

  31. Sound track • The audio portion of a video recording. In editing, it is shows as the audio portion of the project on the timeline. In the film industry it refers strictly to themusical score.

  32. Special effects

  33. Special effects • Buttons and controls on a video switcher that control effects such as Wipe patterns, chroma key, joystick positioner, etc

  34. Time code

  35. Time code • Specially generated address code that marks each video frame with a number.

  36. Timeline

  37. Timeline • In non-linear editing, shows where individual clips of video can be placed in order.

  38. Progressive scan is displaying

  39. Progressive scan is displaying • lines consecutively from the top to the bottom of the screen

  40. Crossing the line: refers to?

  41. Crossing the line: refers to? • filming an action shot from two different sides of the street, field, or court

  42. Basic film editing is done _____________

  43. Basic film editing is done _____________ • in the video camera while creating the film

  44. News Package

  45. News Package – A Roll