ScreencastThemes+general initial approach.<br />The Three Main Categories etc.<br />
What follows outlines…<br /> 1. The three aspects of mixing that are to be screncasted.<br /> 2. The particular students assigned to the various categories.<br /> 3. Guide lines as to content.<br /> 4. A descriptor of sequence from focused planning to the finished QT movie playback. <br />
Preparing for the Mix.<br />Forming categories of instruments.<br />Making groups.<br />Internal bus routing to stem mix auxiliary tracks.<br />
Application of EQ and Compression.<br />General strategy.<br />Implementation.<br />Influence of process parameters.<br />
Screencast production sequence 1.<br />Focus on your assigned aspect of the Mix process.<br />Reflect on the concepts and theories as presented in class/lab and blend these with your own personal experience.<br />Plan and design a story board of both dialogue and screen moves that best demonstrates your learning in this aspect of the module.<br />
Screencast production sequence 2.<br />Implement this plan by firstly recording a tailored screencast. <br />The resulting .mov file should subsequently be imported into an appropriate Pro Tools session.<br />Asynchronised ‘voice over’ is then recorded, edited and processed as required and subsequently bounced to the video.<br />
Screencast production sequence 3.<br />The screencast should then be verified as a ‘playable’ Quick Time movie. <br />
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