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  1. Graphics and Design Unit 10

  2. Essential Area of Screen • When creating graphics, leave a margin around the edges of the screen • This is due to edge distortion aggravated by the production and transmission process • Keep all video within the inner 90% of your screen • This is called the safe video area

  3. Safe Video Area • You will always lose 10% of your video along the horizontal and vertical edges

  4. Safe Title Area • Inside the safe video area resides the safe title area • All graphics should be placed within the inner 80% of your screen.

  5. Safe Video and Title Areas

  6. Intelligibility • Consider using block letters • Letters with script or fine detail do not translate well in video

  7. Color and Brightness • Use high contrast colors • If you can’t see it well on a black and white monitor, you do not have a good enough contrast ratio

  8. Titling Graphics and EffectsInto a Video Switcher • Keying – A special effect used in titling in which one video source (usually a character generated graphic) appears as opaque letters over the background video

  9. Key Example

  10. Titling Graphics and EffectsInto a Video Switcher • Mattes – A special video effect that combines three separate sources: character generator titles, a color from a matte generator, and background video

  11. Matte Example

  12. Titling Graphics and EffectsInto a Video Switcher • Chroma Key – A special matte key effect in which a particular colored area (generally blue or green) is eliminated from one shot and filled with new video information from another source

  13. Chroma Key Example

  14. Advanced Tecniques • Compositing – A computer generated program that allows you to layer several different graphic items over the main video image

  15. Compositing Example

  16. Graphics and Design Unit 10