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Broadcast Production Technology (SCP) 793
unit 5 - Video Editing
TIME FRAME: 3 weeks
MAP LEVEL: 2
09.0 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
09.0 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
23.3 LANGUAGE ARTS - COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS
01.4 THE ARTS - VISUAL ART
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
1. What is Broadcast Technology?
2. What makes up a quality production?
3. What is non-linear editing?
4. What constitutes good editing?
What is linear and non-liner video editing and the advantages of each?
What are the different video formats available in th lab?
What is the difference between NTSC and PAL?
How do you digitize and edit a video with non-linear editing?
What are the different physical formats of saving in our lab for video?
Students in Broadcast Production Technology will develop the ability to:
--Use the non-linear video editing system,
--Digitize a video,
--Evaluate where to edit a video for content,
--Produce transitions, effects and blends with a non-linear system,
--Add titles to a video,
--Output the finished edited piece onto different media formats.
All students will:
--Be instructed in the digitizing process,
--Be able to use the non-linear software and be exposed to various editing techniques and editing decisions,
--Be able to deliver a finalized, packaged video to a client in VHS, DVD, video CD, MPEG 2, and Real media for the web.
The student will demonstrate proficiency in the digitizing process.
The student will demonstrate how to edit a video on the non-linear system.
The student will deliver a final piece in any format available in the lab.
An example of a grading rubrics is as follows:
As you get more involved with production pieces, it becomes important on how you frame the subject, capture the light and connect with the audio. In this exercise, you will take the 15 elements of composition (in passed out modules) and apply them to video. The video can be in the format of documentary, comedy, news, or advertisement (infomercial). The subject of the piece will be mp3 players.
Planning sheets, storyboards, scripts, prop sheets, permission slips are a must. It doesn't matter if there are minor changes between your shooting outline and your final project; the idea is to think through your story in the pre-production phase.
Sound will be music (your choice, within reason) from a CD that you will bring to class and play with your videotape. You can also use location sound (nat sound) for this assignment along with only music.
TIME: 5 minutes minimum to maximum of 10 minutes
After this assignment, you will be submitting a fully edited project, including bars/tone, counting leader, and black video in avi format and in project folder. All paperwork is to be placed in my folder on desk.
The purposes of this exercise are as follows:
1. Learn how to develop a preplan, script , big idea sheet
2. Learn how to set shots (shoot to edit)
3. Learn how to add sound tracks
4. Learn how to use different tools specific to the program
5. Learn how to edit and log video
6. Learn how to prepare set and props
You will be evaluated on the following points:
1. Description of project and storyboard(s), preplan, prop, and permission 30 points _____
2. Clear audio
(No unwanted background noise, even levels between scenes, etc.) 20 points _____
3. Crisp video (no washouts, focus, composition, etc.) 20 points _____
4. Time code sheet where compositions are referenced 10 points _____
5. Proper time 10 points _____
6. Saved in AVI format on video server 10 points _____
Field trip to a digital editing facility
Industry publications such as VIDEO MAKER.
Professionals in the field