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Rapid Video Astd10

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Presentation for ASTD Techknowledge 2010

Presentation for ASTD Techknowledge 2010

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  • Training the trainerLeadership messagingVirtual trainingSupplements to e-learningINTERACTIVE Videos – Knowledge check show then reactShort clips demonstrating an activitySoft SkillsDemonstrating stepsDeliver important messages
  • Regardless of your resources for creating video there are some strategies and techniques that will make a great videoProof of concept
  • Good video starts before the camera is turned on.Preproduction is arguably the most important part of video
  • Read it out loudLess is more…better!If it is steps based walk through the steps
  • No need to be an artist Use photos then describe the action Create a template in Word or PowerPoint
  • SME’s and stakeholder are not always the best choicePublicity Release FormAlways keep your eyes out for potential talentYou may want to speak with them about future availability in case of reshoot of video that will match this one
  • There are a lot of options for camerasSome key features are external microphone inputFirewireTryPod
  • Don’t forget Youtube style Sometimes I go for that style intestinallyPaula Lantini oops blinking record lightLocation Studio , conference room
  • Avoid the zoom zoom
  • Use a lavaliere microphone preferably wirelessI you can afford or have access to a shotgun or boom microphone works great especially for more than one actor or if you need to pick ambient soundMonitor your sound in headphonesFor some video you may want to record narration over the top of your video Also some headset with build in microphones work great that’s what I use when doing voiceovers
  • Lighting is key to getting a good quality imageOne of the key differences between an expensive camera and a inexpensive one is their ability to adjust and take in light its all in the lens
  • I recommend a three point lighting techniqueThere are inexpensive kits available – B& HLimit Your Light SourcesWork lights will do in a pinchreflector sadjust your white balance accordingly
  • Be ready for anythingWater and snacks if long shoot.If working on location create a Portable Kit Gig bag – magiverGaff tape or painters tape – not stickFirst aid tape ToolsCough drops
  • Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe Creative Suite 4 Production PremiumAdobe Premiere Elements 7 about $150Windows Movie Maker Free Imovie freeQuicktime – Pro $30http://www.kdenlive.org/ open source editor
  • TO make your videos look more professional you could pay someone to produce the motion graphicsThis also will give you project a consisting look and feel Titles and credits. You might want to add a title at the beginning of your movie that tells people a little bit about your movie, such as when, where, and what happened. And you can add credits at the end of your movie to tell the world who created and starred in it (just like you see in movie theaters and on DVDs). For more information about adding titles and credits to your movie, see Add movie titles and credits.Transitions. To make your movie look nice when one video or picture ends and another begins to play, add transitions between pictures, videos, and titles on the storyboard. There are more than sixty different transitions in Windows Movie Maker to choose from, so play around and use the transitions that look nice to you.Effects. Finally, you might want to add some special effects to videos and pictures on the storyboard that’ll give your movie the appearance you want. For example, add one of the Film Age effects make it look like an old-time movie. For more information about using transitions and effects in Windows Movie Maker, see Add transitions and effects to pictures and video.
  • Public Domainhttp://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/mac/2003/06/13/dv_tips.html
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    • 1. Using Rapid Video
      Gettin’ Hi-fi from Low-fi!
      Mark Chrisman & Jeff Tillett
    • 2. About the Directors
      Jeff Tillett
      Mark Chrisman
      mark.chrisman@gmail.com @badsquare
      jeff@mojocat.com
      @mojotillett
    • 3. Do you currently use video as a training tool?
    • 4. Session Overview
      Introduction
      Video Production Basics and Best Practices
      Recording Devices
      Examples
      Workshop
    • 5. Where Video Works
      Training the trainer
      Leadership messaging
      Virtual training
      Supplements to e-learning
      Training libraries
      User generated video
    • 6. What Makes A Good Video
      Does it accomplish your objective?
      Good picture
      Clear audio
      Good talent
      Engaging
    • 7. Video is easy as 1 2 3
      Pre-Production
      The Video Shoot
      Post-Production
    • 8. Pre-Production
      Solid Instructional Design
      Planning
      Storyboarding
      Casting
      Logistics
    • 9. Scripting
      Start with a wireframe
      Bullet point each point to be taught
      Be sure and get SME and stakeholder buy off
      Consider the audience
      Avoid acronyms or other jargon that may confuse or distract learner
    • 10. Storyboarding
      Basic flow of video
      Describe action
      No need to draw, use photos
      Match to script
    • 11. Casting
      Pre interview potential talent
      Test screening
      Review script with actor
      Video test
    • 12. Video Equipment
      Professional
      Prosumer
      Consumer
      Other portable
    • 13. Shooting Good Video
      Use a tri-pod or not…
      Framing your shot
      Shoot until you get it right
      Watch it back
    • 14. Got Style?
      Interview
      Talking head
      Conversation
      Step-by-step
      Mixed
    • 15. Framing or Shot Types
      Movement Shots 
      Panning - Camera stay in one place and pivots left or right across set
      Zooming
      Tilting
      Tracking Forward
      Movement point of view “POV”
      Camera is your eyes as you move through the Scene
      Tracking Sideways
      Follow subject as it moves from the side
      Basic Shots Types
      Establishing shot
      Long Shot
      Full Shot
      Mid Shot
      Conversations shots
    • 16.
    • 17. Audio
      External microphones
      Good headphones
      Quiet location
      Pre-production
    • 18. Lighting is Key
      Cameras need light
      Not to much…just right
      Shadows are your friend
      Test your lighting
      Lighting effects your color
    • 19. 3 Point Lighting Basics
      3 Point lighting
      Face or key light
      Back light
      Fill
    • 20. Playing Director
      Get there first
      Be organized
      Own the set
      Manage time
    • 21. Post Production
      Software
      Hardware
      Editing
      Review
    • 22. That extra touch
      Motion graphics
      Logos & Intro
      Transitions
      Overlays
      Stock footage
      Sound effects
      Music
    • 23. Resources & Links
      bhphotovideo.com
      Linda.com
      Youtube.com
      kenstone.net
      videocopilot.net
      kdenlive.org
      Animoto.com
      Viddler.com
      studio1productions.com
      Mark Apsolon Video Guru
    • 24. We have setup three different hands on stations for you to explore.
      Station 1:
      Cannon GL2, shotgun microphone & phantom power audio mixer, Two soft light boxes.
      Station 2:
      Flip cameras, single light source, wireless lavaliere microphone.
      Station 3: Editing bay
    • 25. Thank You!
      Jeff Tillett
      Mark Chrisman
      mark.chrisman@gmail.com
      @badsquare
      jeff@mojocat.com
      @mojotillett