Media Communications Project

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  • 1. Media Communications Project
    Chapter 8: Video Recording
  • 2. Video Recording
    Chapter 8 has a section on video recording.
    How it has changed since it first came about.
    Video cameras used to have big reels of tape mounted to them.
    Cameras today don’t have reels of film mounted to them.
  • 3. How Recording Video Works
    Works much like a VCR.
    The camera component's function is to receive visual information and interpret it as an electronic video signal
    The electrical signals which it receives are recorded on video tape as magnetic patterns.
  • 4. Recording with Digital Camcorders
    It works much like with an analog camcorder.
    Only difference is that it copies sound and video in the form of 1’s and 0’s.
    You don’t loose any information you have recorded.
    Digital video information can be uploaded to computers.
  • 5. Camcorder Recording formats
    MiniDV: uses tape and allows recording of standard definition digital video. DV is very easy to edit with a PC of Mac.
    Cons to MiniDV: Slowly becoming obsolete.
    HDV: Uses tape but records in high definition.
    Cons to HDV: You need a better computer to upload and edit you work.
    AVCHD: HD format that is tapeless and saves on hard drives and memory cards.
    Cons to AVCHD: Again need a better computer to upload/edit your work. Mic inputs are very rare.
  • 6. Today’s Video Cameras
    Most new camcorders are digital and are easily connected to computers.
    Many offer 720p or 1080p HD recording.
    Are usually very small and easily carried around.
    One of the newer camcorders for personal use is the Flip. It is small and compact, records in 720p, and has a USB connector build on it.
  • 7. Price Ranges for Cameras
    Under $1,000: Home video cameras.
    $2,000 – $4,000: Higher quality camera that easily transfers film to a computer.
    $20,000-$100,000: Used for big budget movies.
  • 8. GL2 Mini DV 3CCD Camcorder
    $1,800-$2,000
    20x zoom
    Optical Image Stabilization
    2.5 inch LCD monitor
    Weighs 2.5 pounds
  • 9. Canon XL2 Camcorder
    $2,800-$3,300
    20x Zoom
    Manual and automatic focus adjustment
    No LCD display
    Weighs 7.7 pounds
    Uses MiniDV tapes to record what you film.
  • 10. Panasonic AG DVX100B
    About $2,000
    3.5 inch LCD
    10x Zoom
    24p setting (means you can record 24 frames per second)
    Resolution is 210,000 pixels in LCD and 230,000 in the viewfinder.
    Uses MiniDV Tapes.
  • 11. Other specifications to look for
    If you plan to make a movie with your video camera make sure it has audio jacks.
    These jacks would be used to connect a boom mic or a shotgun mic.
    These microphones are used to help control what sounds you would pick up.
  • 12. Works Citied
    Pictures:
    http://pan2.fotovista.com/dev/2/1/13100212/l_13100212.jpg
    http://www.easycellutions.co.uk/easycellutions/osc/images/sony_sr_300_camcorder.jpg
    http://static.open.salon.com/files/flip_ultra_orange1229134492.jpg
    http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4570177/63696-main_Full.jpg
    http://www.miracletutorials.com/images//shotgun-on-camcorder.jpg
  • 13. Website to Purchase Camcorders
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/