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Video Production
Albany High School
Mr. Sickler
Discovery Academy Art
Email: msickler@albany.k12.ny.us
In this course we will explore creative and technical
experiences used by professionals in the field of
Video Production a...
Course Content
• pre and post production
• field and studio equipment operations / roles
• editing software and special ef...
Learning Resources
Video Production In Field and Studio by Fred
Antico (in class resource booklet)
Selected digital and on...
The Production Process
Brainstorming the topic problem
Scripting and Storyboarding
Recording shots and audio
Non-linear ed...
“Production Team”
Each student has a team responsibility…
Director
Storyboarding
Camera
Editor
Audio
Talent
Grip
Video Project Topics
Public Service Announcements
Vox Pop Interviews
Mini Documentaries
30 Second Commercials
Memorable Ex...
Expectations
Attend class regularly and on time
Turn class work in on time
Improve your skills with each new project
Do yo...
Assessment and Grading
Projects 50 percent
Concept Experiences 20 percent
Topic Assessments 10 percent
Participation 20 pe...
Assessment and Course Grading Criteria
Project Experiences 50 percent
• and 2 large projects each quarter
• for each proje...
Activities that will count towards independent learning…
Learning SONY Vegas and Adobe Premier editing techniques
Learning...
Materials
A pencil or pen
Earphones
Notebook is optional
A digital camera and camcorder is optional
After-School Work
Gene...
Important To Remember……
No food or uncapped beverages in the studio
All work must be original or with written copyright pe...
Questions?
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  1. 1. Video Production Albany High School Mr. Sickler Discovery Academy Art Email: msickler@albany.k12.ny.us
  2. 2. In this course we will explore creative and technical experiences used by professionals in the field of Video Production and Television.
  3. 3. Course Content • pre and post production • field and studio equipment operations / roles • editing software and special effects • video evaluation and critique • on-camera performance skills • digital file management • career possibilities in the video and television • schools / colleges that offer related degrees
  4. 4. Learning Resources Video Production In Field and Studio by Fred Antico (in class resource booklet) Selected digital and online web tutorials.
  5. 5. The Production Process Brainstorming the topic problem Scripting and Storyboarding Recording shots and audio Non-linear editing on the computer Presentation Sharing
  6. 6. “Production Team” Each student has a team responsibility… Director Storyboarding Camera Editor Audio Talent Grip
  7. 7. Video Project Topics Public Service Announcements Vox Pop Interviews Mini Documentaries 30 Second Commercials Memorable Experiences A Point of View Newscast Movie Trailer Music Video
  8. 8. Expectations Attend class regularly and on time Turn class work in on time Improve your skills with each new project Do your best, collaborate and help others Regular independent learning tutorials Follow all school and studio rules
  9. 9. Assessment and Grading Projects 50 percent Concept Experiences 20 percent Topic Assessments 10 percent Participation 20 percent
  10. 10. Assessment and Course Grading Criteria Project Experiences 50 percent • and 2 large projects each quarter • for each project - designated production crew positions such as (script writer, host- interviewer, director, graphics/prompter, audio, camera, post-production editor) • assignments and projects will have deadlines (projects submitted late will be eligible for less than full credit) Concept Experiences 20 percent • Usually 2 – 4 practice exercises each quarter to build a foundation for larger projects Topic Assessments 10 percent • approximately 8 topic assessments during the year (these may be performance based, verbal, or in written form depending upon the given topics) Participation 20 percent • participate in class activities, critiques, discussions, and behave appropriately • engage in and document independent learning experiences throughout the year
  11. 11. Activities that will count towards independent learning… Learning SONY Vegas and Adobe Premier editing techniques Learning to Animate using Flash Learning After Effects Motion Graphic techniques Using Audacity to create Audio Loops Writing reviews of video projects you find on the web Green Screen Experiments Special Effect Video Experiments Theme Slide shows with audio Storyboarding Ideas Script Writing Youtube editing tutorials Youtube video technique tutorials Using Photoshop to create graphics CreativeCow.net video technique tutorials CreativeCow.net podcasts More options as approved by instructor….just ask……….!
  12. 12. Materials A pencil or pen Earphones Notebook is optional A digital camera and camcorder is optional After-School Work Generally any assignment not completed during class time There will be after-school time available for you to work on projects
  13. 13. Important To Remember…… No food or uncapped beverages in the studio All work must be original or with written copyright permission You and your parent or guardian are responsible for school production equipment Use earphones to listen to audio Think before you act…
  14. 14. Questions?

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