Audiovisual processes:1) First process: Recording2) Second process: Capture, Edition,   Post-production3) Third process: E...
1) FIRST PROCESS: RECORDINGBASIC CONCEPTS OF AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONProducing an audiovisual production means looking at an...
Dynamic planning: frame and camera movement:Panorama (descriptive and associative value): camera movement on its own axis ...
Zoom: IN (Telescopic lens - Narrow shot) and OUT (Wide angle lens - Open shot).• Changing the focal length. Changing the s...
Types of shots General Shot: to place and describe relationships between items in a space.  Long Shot: (for characters) us...
Composition• Composition is a strategy based on available items in the image so the viewer feels drawn towardswhat is show...
2) SECOND PROCESS: CAPTURE, EDITION, POST-PRODUCTIONBASIC CONCEPTS OF AUDIOVISUAL EDITIONHigh Definition is an audiovisual...
CAPTURESteps to edit a video with the JayCut program online:-Open the online video editor: http://jaycut.com/-Register wit...
Basic editing options with JayCut video editing software:- New (project) NEW- Open (project) OPEN- Import-add (files) ADD ...
Media types available:- Videos (video library)- Images (Image Library)- Audio (Sound library)- Transitions (Transitions li...
FINAL STEP:Export to:- Mobile Device (iPhone, iPad, PC, etc.)MPEG 4 (H.264) / MPEG 4 (H264) / AVI (XviD)- Computer (audiov...
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  1. 1. Audiovisual processes:1) First process: Recording2) Second process: Capture, Edition, Post-production3) Third process: Export and display www.uvic.cat
  2. 2. 1) FIRST PROCESS: RECORDINGBASIC CONCEPTS OF AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONProducing an audiovisual production means looking at and showing the world in a certain way to inform and/or express ideas.Producing (or directing) means setting up a series of items in a pre-established script. To do this, you need to knowand control all the factors involved in this process, from technical to more artistic ones.Angle: Birds eye view, high angle (looking down on the action or person) or low angle (looking up at the action orperson).Achieved by modifying the vertical axis of the tripod head.Level: usually at eye level to ensure a similar point of view. However, you can change the angle to achieve a specialeffect or through movement (with a steadycam).Height: Typically the camera is placed at the eye level of the actors. This can be modified to vary the composition fordramatic and stylistic effects. For example, how would you shoot a child sitting on the floor? www.uvic.cat
  3. 3. Dynamic planning: frame and camera movement:Panorama (descriptive and associative value): camera movement on its own axis (horizontal or vertical).•Horizontal: to describe the environment, to follow the action, to connect separate items, to show cause andeffect, etc. Typically left to right.•Vertical: to describe the environment, for physical descriptions, to show cause and effect, to accentuate heightand depth, etc. Up: increasing interest and excitement, communicating anticipation and hope. Down: decreasing the interest and excitement.•Clean sweep: fast pan (to change focus; create contrast; to suggest a change in space or time; etc.) www.uvic.cat
  4. 4. Zoom: IN (Telescopic lens - Narrow shot) and OUT (Wide angle lens - Open shot).• Changing the focal length. Changing the size of the object/subject without changing the location of the camera.• Problems with depth of field.Travelling: forward, backwards and side to side.• Physical movement of the camera on-air. Unlike with the zoom, camera movement changes the relative positions ofsubjects within a shot, i.e. involves changing the perspective. Example: person hidden behind a tree.• It is more expressive with short focal length lenses.• Systems: camera on shoulder, dolly, guides and hydraulic systems.• Travelling is used to create subjective effects, to explore areas, to call attention to objects or individuals not present in theinitial shot, etc.Crane and steadycam: optical and camera movement is added.• Steadycam: stability based on hydraulic systems, maximum ease of operation (wireless connection), multiplicity ofmovement, etc. www.uvic.cat
  5. 5. Types of shots General Shot: to place and describe relationships between items in a space. Long Shot: (for characters) used to connect characters to each other. American or ¾ Shot: a little above the knees, a shot that was commonly used in Westerns. Medium Shot: to the waist. For defining characters, one of the most widely used shots. Medium Short Shot: To the chest. Close-up: down to the collar. Extreme Close-up Shot: down to the chin. Used to emphasise a dramatic character, to show theirresponses, reactions and emotions. Description Shot: to show and emphasise a single detail. www.uvic.cat
  6. 6. Composition• Composition is a strategy based on available items in the image so the viewer feels drawn towardswhat is shown. A particular composition may lead, for example, to a sense of anticipation, anxiety andexcitement, or calm.Basic methods of composition:a) design (rare), when the producer has the freedom to design the set and the movement of thecharacters.b) disposition, when the director may vary the items that make up the scene and may limit themovements of the characters.c) selection, when the director can only determine the composition through the placement, framingand movement of the cameras (including/excluding items, determining the extent of the shot, etc.) www.uvic.cat
  7. 7. 2) SECOND PROCESS: CAPTURE, EDITION, POST-PRODUCTIONBASIC CONCEPTS OF AUDIOVISUAL EDITIONHigh Definition is an audiovisual technology based on capture and image processing indigital format with a quality approaching that offered by the world of celluloid (film).Internationally it is known as HD. In the television world it represents a quantum shift inemission standards: television can be broadcast in 16:9 widescreen format with a qualitysix times higher than previously. www.uvic.cat
  8. 8. CAPTURESteps to edit a video with the JayCut program online:-Open the online video editor: http://jaycut.com/-Register with a username and password-Choose the option: CREATE MOVIE-Choose the language: ENGLISH-Connect to the source that contains the files (ADD MEDIA)-In this case your computer (MY COMPUTER)-Find the desktop folder of your computer where you have saved your files (BROWSE)-Choose all the files that we recorded the first day (ADD MORE FILES)-Upload the files (UPLOAD)- Once you have all the media inserted, drag the videos in the project window to the timeline. www.uvic.cat
  9. 9. Basic editing options with JayCut video editing software:- New (project) NEW- Open (project) OPEN- Import-add (files) ADD MEDIA- Save (draft) SAVE- Export (get compressed) DOWNLOAD MOVIE / PUBLISH- Help (HELP)?- Backwards / Forward (UNDO / REDO)Parts of the video editor:-PROJECT WINDOW (Files)-TIMELINE (Edit files)- VIEWER (View edition process) www.uvic.cat
  10. 10. Media types available:- Videos (video library)- Images (Image Library)- Audio (Sound library)- Transitions (Transitions library)- Text (Text examples)- Settings (Configuration)Tools available:- Cursor: select- Scissors: cut- Zoom tool: increase (+) and decrease (-) the scale of the timeline- Record audio (computer microphone)- Record video (computer camera)- Maximise (program size)- Preview Mode (generate a real-time preview) www.uvic.cat
  11. 11. FINAL STEP:Export to:- Mobile Device (iPhone, iPad, PC, etc.)MPEG 4 (H.264) / MPEG 4 (H264) / AVI (XviD)- Computer (audiovisual formats)MPEG 4 (H264) / AVI (XviD) / Flash Video (H264)- Web (online)Facebook / Youtube / BlogThe program will send you an email with a link to download the video. www.uvic.cat

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