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Using Video In Your Classroom with Mr. Stephen Federico

Using Video In Your Classroom with Mr. Stephen Federico

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  • 1. Objective:
    To foster an environment where student/teacher video presentations are most realistically possible, by following the most professional methods, giving attainable timelines/ deadlines and holding students to a high, yet still “student” standard.
    Using Video in your Classroom
  • 2. Preproduction
    Production
    Post-production
    distribution
    Standard steps of Film/Video Production
  • 3. creating idea
    script writing/editing
    scouting locations
    hiring crew/talent
    storyboarding
    creating shooting script/shooting schedule
    setting up interviews
    equipment list
    Props, Costumes
    all before touching a camera
    Preproduction
  • 4. Shooting
    Lighting
    special effects
    sound, (keep in mind uncontrollable elements – weather, aircraft, leaf-blowers, telephones, etc.)
    Production
  • 5. It’s ALIVE!
    Editing picture and sound
    special effects
    foley
    Soundtrack
    Titles
    Post Production
  • 6. This is the age of revolution!
    Youtube
    Facebook
    Myspace
    blogs
    DVD burning
    Streaming
    Jing…
    Distribution
  • 7. It’s not just a camera!
    Tapesstudents need to get their own
    reusing not good! Need to be reminded Tripodswhenever possible
    Lighting– makes a big difference, whenever possible
    Costumes, Locations, props
    Tools Needed
  • 8. Concept of a basic non-linear editing application
    Editing basics and beyond
  • 9. Most School computers can’t handle more than extremely short, simple video pieces
    Storage – student directories are not big enough to store more than very short video clips
    Students need to use other storage devices, most computers on campus will not allow this
    Many cameras will not accept external mics.
    Others will not accept analogue video in
    All of our limitations!
  • 10. Video requires Firewire for effective input (USB poor quality)
    most computers do not have firewire cards
    All of our limitations (cont.)
  • 11. Use the Kiss approach
    Edit in camera – present from camera (Nancy and Andre)
    “found” footage projects – All editing, no camera required – (Julia’s C-Span)
    Lo-Tech or No-tech – Making still pics into a video – Some guy named Burns did quite a job with this
    Does anyone remember “slide shows” the realones?
    “boop, please go to next slide”
    Clever ways to get around our limitationsDamn The Torpedoes!
  • 12. use what you have, be able to go with what is happening
    Something we need to get away from
    Gorilla Film-Making
  • 13. Margaret: 3 camera kits (mini DV), tripod, wireless mic (cheap)
    Stephen: 3 camera kits, funky old 8mm camera, some external hard drives, wireless mic
    James:
    Calvin:
    Present Equipment on site
  • 14. Video Edit lab opened late
    Rentable lighting kits – after students take training seminar
    Video Cage – Student run, all equipment is monitored at all times
    Staying on the “learning curve” of innovative changes
    Thoughts on the future
  • 15. I envision a world where every teacher has at least two cameras and two editing stations per class
    Thoughts on the Future:
  • 16. Different types of cameras
    1chip vs. 3chip
    Digital and analogue
    External mics.
    Moving shots
    Some New innovations
    Some Technical Bla-Bla
  • 17. Q and A