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Media Production

• Today’s Tools
• Video Workshop
• Proposal and Pitch preparation
• Debrief
User Experience
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is
indistinguishable from magic”
Arthur C. Clarke
Architecture
Design Pattern
Database
User Interface
File format
Web apps
API
Application Programming Interface
VOIP
Cloud computing
Game development
Lesson 1
Ensure audience have right to access content
Lesson 2
Avoid religion, ensure content is cross-platform
Video Production
• Use wind shielded mic close to subject
• Pay attention to lighting, motion and noise
• Vary shots and a...
Proposal / Pitch

• Guy Kawasaki’s 10/20/30 rule
• Maximum length: 6 minutes 40 seconds
• Pecha Kucha
• 5 votes per person
Remixable Media Week 4 Seminar
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  • Transcript of "Remixable Media Week 4 Seminar"

    1. 1. Media Production • Today’s Tools • Video Workshop • Proposal and Pitch preparation • Debrief
    2. 2. User Experience “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” Arthur C. Clarke
    3. 3. Architecture
    4. 4. Design Pattern
    5. 5. Database
    6. 6. User Interface
    7. 7. File format
    8. 8. Web apps
    9. 9. API Application Programming Interface
    10. 10. VOIP
    11. 11. Cloud computing
    12. 12. Game development
    13. 13. Lesson 1 Ensure audience have right to access content
    14. 14. Lesson 2 Avoid religion, ensure content is cross-platform
    15. 15. Video Production • Use wind shielded mic close to subject • Pay attention to lighting, motion and noise • Vary shots and angles - e.g. WS, MS, CU • Shoot cut-aways to assist editing • Avoid camera shake - use a tripod • Log footage and note best takes
    16. 16. Proposal / Pitch • Guy Kawasaki’s 10/20/30 rule • Maximum length: 6 minutes 40 seconds • Pecha Kucha • 5 votes per person
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