Video 2 students will partner up and teach the Video 1 students all about Video Production. Use the links below to guide your work. We will have a quiz at the end of next week or early next week. Please take the quiz at the bottom of each section as you work.
The short movie a fictional story that has a beginning, middle, and end.
The movies can be as short as 2:30 or as long as 6:00. You may work with two other students.
Four people can create a PART 1 and PART 2 of a specific story (each segment must be 3:00 long).
One twelve-shot sequence
No Jump Cuts or Continuity Errors
Two pages of full, professional-style storyboards
Include title sequence, music, fade in/out, and credits
Videos will be filled with sound effects and music as needed.
At least one "song" will be created in Garageband.
1. What genre will you shoot? Action? Suspense? Comedy? A combination? 2. Describe at least three characters in great detail. Examples: age, hair color, personality traits, occupation, and disposition. What motivates your characters?
3. What students (or other actors) will play these characters?
4. Describe the plot of your movie from beginning to end. Use three to four sentences to describe each section. Please describe shot locations within each section.
b. Conflict: All stories have some form of conflict. What are the characters trying to do or achieve?
c. Conflict Resolution
5. Will you work with anyone in class? Who?
6. Where does the story occur? What are the specific locations where you will shoot? Will you need to shoot after school or on weekends?
7. What sound effects will you use? You will need to add sound effects throughout your video. Try to list 10-15 sound effects if possible.
Today I want you to pick twoof the music videos listed below and then watch each one. I want you to answer a series of questions (in complete sentences) after you watch each video. Please write your responses in the Canvas Music Video Activity Assignment area.
The questions to answer for each video:
What is the name and artist for the video?
What is the concept of the video? Please use 1-2 sentences to explain the story and/or concept. (Dance video? Lip sync? Concert footage? Literal adaptation? etc).
What are three or four things that you like about the video? Be very specific.
What did you not like about the video?
What do you think the budget was? Small, medium, large? Why?
Is there anything in the video you would like to try in your own music video assignment?
Next, add a link to one video of your choice (any school appropriate video that you enjoy) in Canvas and answer the same questions listed above.
In total, you are answering questions about three videos directly into Canvas. Two videos from the links below and one of your choice.
Good morning. Photo 2 students: please find two partners and teach them all the greyscale adjustments methods from last semester. Go step by step and have the other students take notes. These include Calculations, Ansel Adams, Basic Channel Mixer, Basic Black and White, and Duotone. Edit 6 candids in grayscale today. Do not turn these pictures in yet. Also, please work through the tutorials below. Tomorrow is a Candid Off Campus picturing taking day. I will try to arrange it so that students can use Highlander Home time to take pictures. You must have a C or better to leave campus. Please turn in any missing work right now. Don't forget your Candid homework assignment is due Thursday. Extra detailed Ansel Adams Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGwLqoL38-o Black and white adjustment layer technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yan0invgros
Watch and peer edit three videos. Answer the questions below and discuss your responses in detail. The goal is for everyone to turn in a project without any jump cuts or other errors. Save the papers and turn them in at the end of the period. Use complete sentences.
Peer Editing Observations:
1.Did the editor avoid jump cuts and continuity
errors? If there are jump cuts, where exactly are they located on the timeline?
2.Do you think the pacing is too slow, just
right, or too fast?If you thought it
was slow, what specifically needs cutting down?
3.How is the camera composition?Is it too shaky at times?Is the frame filled? What are some examples? Should the editor replace any shots?
4.Are titles and credits in the video?
5. Does the video fade in
and fade out?
6. Is there music in the video?
7. Is this story interesting
and entertaining?Why or why not? What needs improving?
Good afternoon. You have a sub today. Please check in with Jake or Finn if you have questions. 1. Watch the Premiere tutorials listed below and use your non-Camera Skills clips we used yesterday to to learn/adjust the material. Again, work through each of these videos. Use headphones.
Go to Workspace and change the workspace to Editing 5.5.
File>Import your files into Premiere. Select on the clips you want to add to the timeline.
Place one clip into the Premiere timeline.
When Premiere asks you if you want to Match Sequence Settings to Clip Settings "Change sequence settings to match clip settings." You want to change sequence settings to match clip.
Watch the Tutorials below and then start placing your clips in the timeline.
Place the clips in the same order as on the Assignment Sheet.
You can trim clips by grabbing the front or back of a clip and dragging left or right.
You can divide a clip by hitting C and then clicking the area in the clip you want to divide.
Add titles for each clip. Command-T is the short cut to create titles (Apple-T).
Add a fade in at the beginning and a fade out at the end.