Video Bootcamp Pt 1:   Shooting Video
Alex Stonehill   Visual Journalist   UWComm Faculty   alex@clpmag.org     Sara Stogner   Visual Journalist    Seattle Glob...
What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting
What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting   Next Week: Oct 26th
What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting   Next Week: Oct 26th★Capturing★Editing (Adobe Premiere)...
What’s it made of?
What’s it made of?Sounds:
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient Sound
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient SoundAudio w/o Visuals?
What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient SoundAudio w/o Visuals?
What’s it made of?Visuals:
What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview)
What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes)
What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects
What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects •Text on Screen
What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects •Text on Screen Visual...
Interviews
Scenes/B-roll
Scenes/B-roll
Scenes/B-roll
Scenes/B-roll
Setting Up Video Interviews
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across
Rule of Thirds
Rule of Thirds
Rule of Thirds
Setting Up Video Interviews
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound!
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound...
Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound...
Tips forInterviewQuestions
Tips for  Interview  Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)
Tips for  Interview  Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)★Two part questions
Tips for  Interview  Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)★Two part questions★Don’t talk over them
Equipment Setup Kodak Zi8            Canon T2i    Easier            More Difficult Less Control         More ControlFlash M...
Video Editing  Workflow
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera
Video Editing           Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer
Video Editing           Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manip...
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
FRAME SIZE       AND ASPECT RATIO1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 640 x 480    720 x 480  “Full HD” “720p HD”    “SD”      “Still Ph...
FRAME RATE 24p = Cinematic   30p = Video  60i = SlowMo
STAY CONSISTENT!!!DON’T CHANGE SIZE, FRAME RATE  UNTIL YOU’RE COMPRESSING
Equipment Setup    See Handout!!!
Equipment Setup          See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps
Equipment Setup          See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tap...
Equipment Setup          See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tap...
Equipment Setup           See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Ta...
Equipment Setup           See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Ta...
Equipment Setup           See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Ta...
Today’sInterviews
Today’s     Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level
Today’s     Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up
Today’s     Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place
Today’s     Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place★3-5 minutes of interview
Today’s     Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place★3-5 minutes of intervie...
What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
Why do I need B-roll?
Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!
Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!★To hide cuts in the interview
Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!★To hide cuts in the interview★Make sure to get B-roll thatmatches your i...
Wide/Establishing Shot
Wide/Establishing Shot
Wide/Establishing Shot
Wide/Establishing Shot
Wide/Establishing Shot
Medium Shot
Medium Shot
Medium Shot
Medium Shot
Medium Shot
Close Up
Close Up
Close Up
Close Up
Close Up
Action
Action
Emotion
Emotion
Emotion
Angles
New Perspective
Many Layers
Cropped
Cropped
Rules of B-Roll
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!
Sample B-roll
Rules of B-Roll
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!
Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!★Think ...
Sample Sequence 2
Today’s B-Roll
Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots
Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each
Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances
Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances★different angles
Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances★different angles★make it match the interview!
When you’re finished...  Copy Files onto a PC   (Don’t forget which one)  Put them in a new folder on    desktop w/ your na...
see you at....  Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere
see you at....  Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere    October 26th, Same Time & Place         Friday 1pm, CMU 302
see you at....  Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere    October 26th, Same Time & Place         Friday 1pm, CMU 3...
see you at....  Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere    October 26th, Same Time & Place         Friday 1pm, CMU 3...
Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday      October 26th, Same Time & P...
Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday      October 26th, Same Time & P...
Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday  This equipment can be checked o...
Video Bootcamp Pt 2:   Editing Video
Alex Stonehill   Visual Journalist   UWComm Faculty   alex@clpmag.org     Sara Stogner   Visual Journalist    Seattle Glob...
What We’re Doing Today
What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing
What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere)
What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere) ★Export/Upload
What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere) ★Export/Upload ★Evaluation Forms
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
Capturing                               Kodak Zi8•Plug in USB•Drag and Drop Files•Pay attention to where you put em!
From Last Time:   When you’re finished...     Copy Files onto a PC     (Don’t forget which one)    Put them in a new folder...
PROJECT SETUP
FRAME SIZE       AND ASPECT RATIO1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 640 x 480    720 x 480 “Full HD” “720p HD”     “SD”      “Still Ph...
FRAME RATE 24p = Cinematic   30p = Video  60i = SlowMo
STAY CONSISTENT!!!DON’T CHANGE SIZE, FRAME RATE  UNTIL YOU’RE COMPRESSING
PROJECT SETUP
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
EDITING
•Importing Files•Setting In and Out Points•Editing Clip on the Timeline•Blade Tool•Zooming In and Out on thetimeline•Turni...
Video Editing            Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- mani...
CODEC        THE ‘CONTAINER’•H.264•Apple ProRes 422 (LT)•DVCPRO HD 720p‘TRANSCODING’ = CHANGING THE           CODEC
FILE TYPE.MOV = Apple, Quicktime, Final Cut.AVI = PC, VLC Media Player, AdobePremiere.MP4 = Compressing
COMPRESSION            SOFTWARE★Adobe Media Encoder (Both) = Part of Premiere(in 302)★QuickTime Pro (Mac) = $35★Compressor...
COMPRESSION       MAKING THE FILE SMALLER          FOR THE INTERNETVideo Codec: H.264Audio Codec: AAC AudioFrame Rate: Nat...
Exporting/Compressing•Check timeline for extra clips andparameters•File>Export Media•Set Format: H.264•Set Preset: Youtube...
Uploading Options
Credit Students: Assignment: Complete your video    Should be 1 to 4 mins longFinal Videos due November 5th, 5pm  Upload t...
Thank You!  Evaluation Forms Pls.       Upload video towww.vimeo.com/groups/uwcomm    Alex Stonehill   stonehil@uw.edu    ...
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  • Welcome\n
  • Your instructors\n\n\n
  • There are a lot of different kinds of movies you might want to make. We’re going to focus on the documentary form since it’s a good jumping off point for the others. And its what I know how to do!\n\nGonna watch a short: We’re trying to learn the language of video. All know how to understand it b/c we watch it all the time, but we don’t know how to speak it. Pay attention to what goes into making it. What elements are there?\n\nIts a tiny proj about rap groups in Syria. A bit outdated b/c obvs there’s civil war going on there now.\n\n
  • There are a lot of different kinds of movies you might want to make. We’re going to focus on the documentary form since it’s a good jumping off point for the others. And its what I know how to do!\n\nGonna watch a short: We’re trying to learn the language of video. All know how to understand it b/c we watch it all the time, but we don’t know how to speak it. Pay attention to what goes into making it. What elements are there?\n\nIts a tiny proj about rap groups in Syria. A bit outdated b/c obvs there’s civil war going on there now.\n\n
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  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • We watch videos all the time but might not think very hard about what’s really there.\nElicit: What are the two main components of any video? Visuals and Sounds\nBrainstorm a list on the board\nSounds without visuals: \n
  • Elicit: what did you see\nThis is why Audio is so important -- you can cover good audio with any visual, but you can’t hide bad audio\n\n
  • Elicit: what did you see\nThis is why Audio is so important -- you can cover good audio with any visual, but you can’t hide bad audio\n\n
  • Elicit: what did you see\nThis is why Audio is so important -- you can cover good audio with any visual, but you can’t hide bad audio\n\n
  • Elicit: what did you see\nThis is why Audio is so important -- you can cover good audio with any visual, but you can’t hide bad audio\n\n
  • Elicit: what did you see\nThis is why Audio is so important -- you can cover good audio with any visual, but you can’t hide bad audio\n\n
  • One of basic components of any non-fiction video is person talking on screen -- aka Interview\nWhat we’ll do first today\n
  • Sometimes they overlap (B roll over interviews)\nB roll can be places, object, people doing things. Pretty much anything other than sit down interview.\n
  • Sometimes they overlap (B roll over interviews)\nB roll can be places, object, people doing things. Pretty much anything other than sit down interview.\n
  • Sometimes they overlap (B roll over interviews)\nB roll can be places, object, people doing things. Pretty much anything other than sit down interview.\n
  • What do these to shots have in common? Lit from the side, subject looking across, rule of thirds, not looking at camera\nLighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • What do these to shots have in common? Lit from the side, subject looking across, rule of thirds, not looking at camera\nLighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • What do these to shots have in common? Lit from the side, subject looking across, rule of thirds, not looking at camera\nLighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Has anyone heard of this?\nDivide the canvas into thirds both ways.\n
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  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • Lighting -- there are lighting setups but easiest to use natural or ambient light. Generally light from the side.\nRule of thirds\nDeep background is better.\nDiagram of how to set that up\nHere’s the rules, now you can break them.\n\n\n\n
  • What’s an example of an open question?\nNot ‘do you like going to UW’\n“Why do you like going to UW’\nor Do you like going to UW, and why or why not’\nWhat’s your name?\nIntroduce yourself and tell me one thing you like about UW\n\n
  • What’s an example of an open question?\nNot ‘do you like going to UW’\n“Why do you like going to UW’\nor Do you like going to UW, and why or why not’\nWhat’s your name?\nIntroduce yourself and tell me one thing you like about UW\n\n
  • What’s an example of an open question?\nNot ‘do you like going to UW’\n“Why do you like going to UW’\nor Do you like going to UW, and why or why not’\nWhat’s your name?\nIntroduce yourself and tell me one thing you like about UW\n\n
  • We’re a little short of equipment, but should have enough to share\n\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • We need to know a little more about our recording setup:\nTwo sizes of HD, One size of SD (also widescreen SD) \nStill photos\nEverything is moving into 16:9 world. Best way to go.\n\n
  • Long story short, it doesn’t really matter, just keep it the same\n\nThis p means progressive\ni means interlaced\nDon’t worry about it!\n\n\n
  • Always shoot the same and match the way you shot when you import and edit.\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • Pair Up and decide which camera you want. We’ll bring it to you.\nCredit it people should be paired w/ credit people and v/v\nLets go through setup together using Handout\nIf there are T2i people stogs takes them next door\n\n
  • 2:30pm\nFinally you get to do it! (Until 3:15)\nPair people up.\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • 2:30pm\nFinally you get to do it! (Until 3:15)\nPair people up.\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • 2:30pm\nFinally you get to do it! (Until 3:15)\nPair people up.\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • 2:30pm\nFinally you get to do it! (Until 3:15)\nPair people up.\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • 2:30pm\nFinally you get to do it! (Until 3:15)\nPair people up.\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • Here’s what we’re going to do in a few minutes\nPair up: Mock interviews\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • Here’s what we’re going to do in a few minutes\nPair up: Mock interviews\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • Here’s what we’re going to do in a few minutes\nPair up: Mock interviews\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • Here’s what we’re going to do in a few minutes\nPair up: Mock interviews\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • Here’s what we’re going to do in a few minutes\nPair up: Mock interviews\nCapture at least 10 full sentences\nWhy about this -- because that’s what we can get b-roll of!\nRemember to listen to what they say so you know what’s good later.\nWe have to get good audio, so go out in the hall\n\n\n
  • What your camera records onto\nDetermines Whether you just copy files or have to capture them in real time\nPluses and Minuses of each\n\n\n
  • How was the interview shot different? \nWhat B roll did you see?\n
  • How was the interview shot different? \nWhat B roll did you see?\n
  • How was the interview shot different? \nWhat B roll did you see?\n
  • Back, lets watch another movie. Look for the B roll\n\n
  • Pop over to premiere to show b-roll covering cuts in interview\nWe’re going to use it to cover up cuts in the audio\nsee how he shows exactly what the sequence is narrating -- we’re can always be that literal though.\n
  • Pop over to premiere to show b-roll covering cuts in interview\nWe’re going to use it to cover up cuts in the audio\nsee how he shows exactly what the sequence is narrating -- we’re can always be that literal though.\n
  • Pop over to premiere to show b-roll covering cuts in interview\nWe’re going to use it to cover up cuts in the audio\nsee how he shows exactly what the sequence is narrating -- we’re can always be that literal though.\n
  • Shoot B-roll in sequences\n
  • Shoot B-roll in sequences\n
  • Shoot B-roll in sequences\n
  • Shoot B-roll in sequences\n
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  • We want to get a mix of these\nEx: Wide shot of room, Medium Shot of Brad typing, Close of of hands on the keyboard\n\n\n
  • We want to get a mix of these\nEx: Wide shot of room, Medium Shot of Brad typing, Close of of hands on the keyboard\n\n\n
  • We want to get a mix of these\nEx: Wide shot of room, Medium Shot of Brad typing, Close of of hands on the keyboard\n\n\n
  • We want to get a mix of these\nEx: Wide shot of room, Medium Shot of Brad typing, Close of of hands on the keyboard\n\n\n
  • What actions did we see in Barzan:\nFoozball, Making Tea, Going out the Door, street scenes, guys making tea and bread\n
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  • A few other things to spice up your b roll\n\n
  • Or just put the camera on the ground\n\nWhy all this moving? To show us something our eyes don’t usually see!\n
  • Think about depth -- more than one element in the photo\n
  • Think about framing\nLook at professional photos, almost always many layers and stuff cut out of the frame.\n
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  • Really 2 or 3 sequences here.\nEstablishing, mid, close, back to establishing\nLook at how taxis flow into each other\nthen him getting up\n\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Analyze the last B roll along these lines\nOne last thing: Sequences. \nNarrative movies have them just like docs. A tiny story with a beginning middle and an end. \nLets look at an example.\n
  • Mini Scene on the phone\nThen him going out to work. this is a set up scene with repeated acitons like in a narrative.\n
  • 3:45 until 4:30Audio is a little less important here, and we don’t have the mics for it, so use the internal mic\nCome back as soon as you’re done to return camera and for one more step.\nCredit students make sure to talk to me before you leave\n\n
  • 3:45 until 4:30Audio is a little less important here, and we don’t have the mics for it, so use the internal mic\nCome back as soon as you’re done to return camera and for one more step.\nCredit students make sure to talk to me before you leave\n\n
  • 3:45 until 4:30Audio is a little less important here, and we don’t have the mics for it, so use the internal mic\nCome back as soon as you’re done to return camera and for one more step.\nCredit students make sure to talk to me before you leave\n\n
  • 3:45 until 4:30Audio is a little less important here, and we don’t have the mics for it, so use the internal mic\nCome back as soon as you’re done to return camera and for one more step.\nCredit students make sure to talk to me before you leave\n\n
  • 3:45 until 4:30Audio is a little less important here, and we don’t have the mics for it, so use the internal mic\nCome back as soon as you’re done to return camera and for one more step.\nCredit students make sure to talk to me before you leave\n\n
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  • You can start a whole new project or continue with this one.\n\nAnything you want.\n
  • You can start a whole new project or continue with this one.\n\nAnything you want.\n
  • Welcome\n
  • Your instructors\n\n\n
  • Most of the day is going to be working independently of editing with troubleshooting help from us.\nSome people just learn by doing, which is okay.\nBut there will be a few times where I’ll ask you to listen and follow along. If you do, it will make things a lot easier b/c we won’t have to answer the same ? 20 times\n\n
  • Most of the day is going to be working independently of editing with troubleshooting help from us.\nSome people just learn by doing, which is okay.\nBut there will be a few times where I’ll ask you to listen and follow along. If you do, it will make things a lot easier b/c we won’t have to answer the same ? 20 times\n\n
  • Most of the day is going to be working independently of editing with troubleshooting help from us.\nSome people just learn by doing, which is okay.\nBut there will be a few times where I’ll ask you to listen and follow along. If you do, it will make things a lot easier b/c we won’t have to answer the same ? 20 times\n\n
  • Most of the day is going to be working independently of editing with troubleshooting help from us.\nSome people just learn by doing, which is okay.\nBut there will be a few times where I’ll ask you to listen and follow along. If you do, it will make things a lot easier b/c we won’t have to answer the same ? 20 times\n\n
  • Here are the steps we’re going to go through.\nToday we’re just doing step one, don’t need to think too much about the others\nbut we need to do it right so that steps 2-6 are easier\n\n
  • Remember our two main pieces of equimpment.\n\n\n
  • Copy files/keep the tapes\n
  • Don’t do this quite yet!\nThis is most important thing you’ll do today\nTelling the program what kind of footage we want use\n\n
  • Remember this?\nThe frame size and frame rate with shot in will determine our \nDid everyone shoot in full HD? 30fps?\nAnyone new have difft footage?\n\n
  • Long story short, it doesn’t really matter, just keep it the same\n\nThis p means progressive\ni means interlaced\nDon’t worry about it!\n\n\n
  • Always shoot the same and match the way you shot when you import and edit.\n\n
  • Let’s do it! Switch over to Premiere and set up project\n\n
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  • Go through difft windows\nBins\nSource/Preview\nViewer\nTimeline\nEffects\nToolbar\n\n
  • 2:00\nTalk a little about editing theory: Learning language of video\nGo through components\nL Cut\nJump Cut\nCrossfade\nSound fades\nText on screen\nAudio Fades and Cuts (you can’t see em!)\nSwitch over to show these\n\n\n
  • I want everyone to go through a few steps with me, and then I’ll let you loose:\nImporting Files,\nSetting in and out points\nediting clips on the timeline (w arrow tool)\nusing the blade tool to split clips\nZooming in and out on timeline\nVolume up and down\nOverlapping audio and video tracks\nAdding transitions\nLet em go crazy for a few minutes and ask questions\n\n\n
  • \nLets talk through the rest of the process\nExporting, Compressing and Uploading \n\n
  • There are literally hundreds of these but\nH.264 is magic -- what lets the HDSLR’s work\nProRes is for using H.264 footage in FCP\nSo is DVCPRO HD 720p, so its smaller (remember -- what does 720p mean?)\n
  • There are a lot of others too. For today you probably want to end up with an mp4. Easy to upload to vimeo and youtube\n\n
  • You can use any of these to compress\nThe settings will be the same\n\n
  • These are the settings vimeo recommends.\n(Vimeo is like classy Youtube)\n\nPremiere is going to do this for you\n\n
  • So thats all the theroy, heres what you’re actually going to do.\n\n
  • Go to one of these two. Log in or create a new account\nUpload your file\nCheck privacy settings\nPut in Keywords\n\n
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  • Doing this again Spring quarter, spread the word\nUpload your vids to the vimeo group and then we’ll publish them on the comm site (if you want...)\n\n
  • Video Shooting and Editing Workshop

    1. 1. Video Bootcamp Pt 1: Shooting Video
    2. 2. Alex Stonehill Visual Journalist UWComm Faculty alex@clpmag.org Sara Stogner Visual Journalist Seattle Globalistsarastogner@clpmag.org
    3. 3. What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting
    4. 4. What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting Next Week: Oct 26th
    5. 5. What We’re Doing Today★Documentary Video★Equipment Setup★Shooting Next Week: Oct 26th★Capturing★Editing (Adobe Premiere)★Export/Upload
    6. 6. What’s it made of?
    7. 7. What’s it made of?Sounds:
    8. 8. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking
    9. 9. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music
    10. 10. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over
    11. 11. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient Sound
    12. 12. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient SoundAudio w/o Visuals?
    13. 13. What’s it made of?Sounds:•People talking•Music•Voice Over•Ambient SoundAudio w/o Visuals?
    14. 14. What’s it made of?Visuals:
    15. 15. What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview)
    16. 16. What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes)
    17. 17. What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects
    18. 18. What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects •Text on Screen
    19. 19. What’s it made of?Visuals: •People talking (Interview) •People doin’ stuff (Scenes) •Places/Objects •Text on Screen Visuals w/o Audio
    20. 20. Interviews
    21. 21. Scenes/B-roll
    22. 22. Scenes/B-roll
    23. 23. Scenes/B-roll
    24. 24. Scenes/B-roll
    25. 25. Setting Up Video Interviews
    26. 26. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod
    27. 27. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side
    28. 28. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across
    29. 29. Rule of Thirds
    30. 30. Rule of Thirds
    31. 31. Rule of Thirds
    32. 32. Setting Up Video Interviews
    33. 33. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod
    34. 34. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side
    35. 35. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across
    36. 36. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound!
    37. 37. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound!★Consider what’s behind them
    38. 38. Setting Up Video Interviews★Keep it Steady -- Tripod/Table/Monopod★Light from the side★Subject looks across★Get good sound!★Consider what’s behind them
    39. 39. Tips forInterviewQuestions
    40. 40. Tips for Interview Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)
    41. 41. Tips for Interview Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)★Two part questions
    42. 42. Tips for Interview Questions★Open Questions (not Yes or No)★Two part questions★Don’t talk over them
    43. 43. Equipment Setup Kodak Zi8 Canon T2i Easier More Difficult Less Control More ControlFlash Memory DSLR Built in Lens Interchangeable Lenses
    44. 44. Video Editing Workflow
    45. 45. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera
    46. 46. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer
    47. 47. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage
    48. 48. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file
    49. 49. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file★COMPRESSING -- making file smaller
    50. 50. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file★COMPRESSING -- making file smaller★UPLOADING -- putting it online
    51. 51. FRAME SIZE AND ASPECT RATIO1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 640 x 480 720 x 480 “Full HD” “720p HD” “SD” “Still Photo” 16:9 16:9 4:3 3:2 1.7777777 1.7777777 1.333333 1.5
    52. 52. FRAME RATE 24p = Cinematic 30p = Video 60i = SlowMo
    53. 53. STAY CONSISTENT!!!DON’T CHANGE SIZE, FRAME RATE UNTIL YOU’RE COMPRESSING
    54. 54. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!
    55. 55. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps
    56. 56. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tape/SD card
    57. 57. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tape/SD card★Tripod
    58. 58. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tape/SD card★Tripod★Set up microphone (lavalier orshotgun)
    59. 59. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tape/SD card★Tripod★Set up microphone (lavalier orshotgun)★Check Audio Levels (w/ Heaphones)
    60. 60. Equipment Setup See Handout!!!★Check recording format:Kodak --720p (not60fps)Canon--1920x1080 30fps★Check for Tape/SD card★Tripod★Set up microphone (lavalier orshotgun)★Check Audio Levels (w/ Heaphones)★Record
    61. 61. Today’sInterviews
    62. 62. Today’s Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level
    63. 63. Today’s Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up
    64. 64. Today’s Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place
    65. 65. Today’s Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place★3-5 minutes of interview
    66. 66. Today’s Interviews★Find a partner of equal skill level★15 minutes of set up★Find a quiet place★3-5 minutes of interview★About your UW experience, thisworkshop (or something else you canget b roll of)
    67. 67. What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
    68. 68. What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
    69. 69. What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
    70. 70. What else do I shoot?:B-roll and Scenes
    71. 71. Why do I need B-roll?
    72. 72. Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!
    73. 73. Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!★To hide cuts in the interview
    74. 74. Why do I need B-roll?★To make it moreinteresting!★To hide cuts in the interview★Make sure to get B-roll thatmatches your interviews
    75. 75. Wide/Establishing Shot
    76. 76. Wide/Establishing Shot
    77. 77. Wide/Establishing Shot
    78. 78. Wide/Establishing Shot
    79. 79. Wide/Establishing Shot
    80. 80. Medium Shot
    81. 81. Medium Shot
    82. 82. Medium Shot
    83. 83. Medium Shot
    84. 84. Medium Shot
    85. 85. Close Up
    86. 86. Close Up
    87. 87. Close Up
    88. 88. Close Up
    89. 89. Close Up
    90. 90. Action
    91. 91. Action
    92. 92. Emotion
    93. 93. Emotion
    94. 94. Emotion
    95. 95. Angles
    96. 96. New Perspective
    97. 97. Many Layers
    98. 98. Cropped
    99. 99. Cropped
    100. 100. Rules of B-Roll
    101. 101. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization
    102. 102. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully
    103. 103. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!
    104. 104. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot
    105. 105. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Stabilization★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!
    106. 106. Sample B-roll
    107. 107. Rules of B-Roll
    108. 108. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table
    109. 109. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully
    110. 110. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!
    111. 111. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot
    112. 112. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!
    113. 113. Rules of B-Roll★Use a Tripod/Table★Compose your shot carefully★Keep the Camera Still!★At least 10sec/shot★Get Lots!★Think in sequences
    114. 114. Sample Sequence 2
    115. 115. Today’s B-Roll
    116. 116. Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots
    117. 117. Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each
    118. 118. Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances
    119. 119. Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances★different angles
    120. 120. Today’s B-Roll★at least 5 Shots★at least 10 seconds each★different distances★different angles★make it match the interview!
    121. 121. When you’re finished... Copy Files onto a PC (Don’t forget which one) Put them in a new folder on desktop w/ your namePack Up your equipment
    122. 122. see you at.... Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere
    123. 123. see you at.... Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302
    124. 124. see you at.... Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302 Alex Stonehill alex@clpmag.org
    125. 125. see you at.... Video Bootcamp Pt 2:Editing w/ Adobe Premiere October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302 Bring your video files from today! Alex Stonehill alex@clpmag.org
    126. 126. Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302
    127. 127. Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302 Alex Stonehill alex@clpmag.org
    128. 128. Credit Students:Assignment: Spend 2-4 hours shootingBring unedited video files next Friday This equipment can be checked out starting Monday 3pm October 26th, Same Time & Place Friday 1pm, CMU 302 Alex Stonehill alex@clpmag.org
    129. 129. Video Bootcamp Pt 2: Editing Video
    130. 130. Alex Stonehill Visual Journalist UWComm Faculty alex@clpmag.org Sara Stogner Visual Journalist Seattle Globalistsarastogner@clpmag.org
    131. 131. What We’re Doing Today
    132. 132. What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing
    133. 133. What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere)
    134. 134. What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere) ★Export/Upload
    135. 135. What We’re Doing Today ★Capturing ★Editing (Adobe Premiere) ★Export/Upload ★Evaluation Forms
    136. 136. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file★COMPRESSING -- making file smaller★UPLOADING -- putting it online
    137. 137. Capturing Kodak Zi8•Plug in USB•Drag and Drop Files•Pay attention to where you put em!
    138. 138. From Last Time: When you’re finished... Copy Files onto a PC (Don’t forget which one) Put them in a new folder on desktop w/ your name
    139. 139. PROJECT SETUP
    140. 140. FRAME SIZE AND ASPECT RATIO1920 x 1080 1280 x 720 640 x 480 720 x 480 “Full HD” “720p HD” “SD” “Still Photo” 16:9 16:9 4:3 3:2
    141. 141. FRAME RATE 24p = Cinematic 30p = Video 60i = SlowMo
    142. 142. STAY CONSISTENT!!!DON’T CHANGE SIZE, FRAME RATE UNTIL YOU’RE COMPRESSING
    143. 143. PROJECT SETUP
    144. 144. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file★COMPRESSING -- making file smaller★UPLOADING -- putting it online
    145. 145. EDITING
    146. 146. •Importing Files•Setting In and Out Points•Editing Clip on the Timeline•Blade Tool•Zooming In and Out on thetimeline•Turning Volume Up and Down•Overlapping Tracks•Adding Transitions
    147. 147. Video Editing Workflow★SHOOTING -- getting in in the Camera★CAPTURING -- from Camera to Computer★EDITING -- manipulating footage★EXPORTING -- from editing software to file★COMPRESSING -- making file smaller★UPLOADING -- putting it online
    148. 148. CODEC THE ‘CONTAINER’•H.264•Apple ProRes 422 (LT)•DVCPRO HD 720p‘TRANSCODING’ = CHANGING THE CODEC
    149. 149. FILE TYPE.MOV = Apple, Quicktime, Final Cut.AVI = PC, VLC Media Player, AdobePremiere.MP4 = Compressing
    150. 150. COMPRESSION SOFTWARE★Adobe Media Encoder (Both) = Part of Premiere(in 302)★QuickTime Pro (Mac) = $35★Compressor (Mac) = Part of Final Cut Suite(in 306)★MPEG Streamclip (Both) = Free!
    151. 151. COMPRESSION MAKING THE FILE SMALLER FOR THE INTERNETVideo Codec: H.264Audio Codec: AAC AudioFrame Rate: Native (don’t change it)Data Rate: 2000 kbits/sec for SD or 5000 kbits/sec for HDResolution: 640 x 480 for SD or 1280 x 720 for HDDeinterlace: YesAudio: 320 kbps/44.1 kHz (or 48 kHz if that’s how yourecorded)Format: MP4 (or MOV)
    152. 152. Exporting/Compressing•Check timeline for extra clips andparameters•File>Export Media•Set Format: H.264•Set Preset: Youtube Widescreen HD•Set Output Name and Destination (tosomething you’ll remember)•When Adobe Media Converter openshit “Start Queue”•Wait...........
    153. 153. Uploading Options
    154. 154. Credit Students: Assignment: Complete your video Should be 1 to 4 mins longFinal Videos due November 5th, 5pm Upload to Youtube or Vimeo and submit the link to stonehil@uw.edu Alex Stonehill stonehil@uw.edu
    155. 155. Thank You! Evaluation Forms Pls. Upload video towww.vimeo.com/groups/uwcomm Alex Stonehill stonehil@uw.edu CMU 331

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