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  • 1. TCOM 4170 Spring 2014 Video Production Amani Channel, MA Lecture #6
  • 2. Agenda  Assignment 3 Discussion  Pitch  PlanningYour Shoot  Shooting GreatVideo  Preparing for the Edit
  • 3. Remember • Goal is to create interesting stories • Tell narratives • Learn professional video production techniques • Composition • Lighting • Audio • Editing
  • 4. Next Assignment Due April 2  Create a promotional business narrative  Identify a local business, contact owner, offer to create a documentary styled promo video. (visual businesses are best)  Record good sound  Capture appropriate visuals  Edit to tell the story  Use company logo/colors for graphics  Three person team/producer/writer – cameraperson –editor  Proposals due next week. (Who is the Client, 5ws. H?)
  • 5. What kind of business video  About business  Testimonial  Explainer (what business does/problem it solves)  Video – How to make a good corporate video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tc7LBx7XzE 
  • 6. Pre Production 1. Determine the storyline 2. Who will you interview 3. Determine the visuals 4. Gear up 5. Schedule the shoot 6. Plan questions 7. Plan shots
  • 7. Production 1. Arrive at location 2. Set up for the first interview 3. Shoot interview 4. Repeat 5. Shoot B-Roll 6. Shoot wide, medium, tight shots 7. Strike
  • 8. Post production 1. Backup, transfer files 2. Producer reviews interviews, transcribes w time code, scripts 3. Includes all audio/video instructions for editor 4. Editor edits according to the script 5. Video is reviewed and revised 6. Export final video
  • 9. Watch Out  Plan and prepare for everything  Arrive early to set up  Don’t rush  Watch composition  Hold shots still  Use best sound bites  Make sure video matches audio talking points
  • 10. Watch Out  Don’t disturb business operations  Don’t disturb customers  If shooting testimonials ask business to make customers available  Be on time  Be professional

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