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An over view of the Game Show brief (Unit 16: Film and Video Editing Techniques / Unit 21: Understanding Video Technology), including pass, merit distinction criteria.

An over view of the Game Show brief (Unit 16: Film and Video Editing Techniques / Unit 21: Understanding Video Technology), including pass, merit distinction criteria.

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  • 1. Game Show Brief Overview Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques Unit 21- Understanding Video Technology
  • 2. Task 1 – BTEC Media Blog Deadline : Friday, October 4, 2013 Create a blog and post two entries: 1. Understanding Video Technology • Television Standards • Broadcast Systems • Digital Recording • Digital Editing 2. The Development and Principles of Editing • Development • Purposes • Conventions & Techniques
  • 3. Task 1 – PASS Deadline : Friday, October 4, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Outline the development and main principles of editing accurately • Show basic understanding of technical terminology Unit 21 - Understanding Video Technology • Describe video technology and recording principles accurately • Show a basic understanding of technical terminology
  • 4. Task 1 – MERIT Deadline : Friday, October 4, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Explain how or why one stage developed from another • Explain how and why certain developments have become basic practice • Outline strengths and weakness of given techniques • Detail illustrative examples taken from specific films Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Explain video technology and recording principles clearly and in some detail • Explain how a wide range of equipment, formats and systems are used, how domestic and broadcasting systems differ • Explain why different formats are mutually incompatible
  • 5. Task 1 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 4, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Develop ideas critically when discussing the development of editing • Show a sophisticated understanding of the principles of editing, explain exactly why a given principle has developed. Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Fully explain video technology and recording principles and will describe them in detail, developing explanations critically (ie, compare and assess) • Fuller and more extensive explanation, better application of examples, and provision of argument to support points made, plus the higher quality expression • Technical vocabulary will be secure and used correctly and confidently at all times
  • 6. Task 2 – Cops & Robbers Deadline : Friday, October 11, 2013 Edit a selection of footage that demonstrates you ability to: • Use appropriate techniques • Use appropriate transitions • Use appropriate conventions • Intercut • Convey information effectively • Use timelines • Export footage
  • 7. Task 2 – PASS Deadline : Friday, October 11, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Correctly use and apply technology required to post-produce raw footage Unit 21 - Understanding Video Technology • Apply key techniques and principles when editing
  • 8. Task 2 – MERIT Deadline : Friday, October 11, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Edit will exhibit only minor flaws • Cut and transitions should suit the genre • Competent selection of sound and vision • Technical skills demonstrated with some inventiveness
  • 9. Task 2 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 11, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Clearly understand the technology of post-production and be able to use it in an extent of applications • Work should bare comparison to professional work • Work independently on your own edit Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Thorough preparation undertake before the edit begins • All techniques with be entirely appropriate • Editing will show a high level of ingenuity and elegance • Work will be comparable with professional standards
  • 10. Task 3 – Sons & Daughters of Rambo Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Film and edit a classic film sequence, demonstrating your competence in: 1. Camera operation • Colour temperature • White balance • Colour bar • Gain • Shutter speed • Iris • Shooting in colour / shooting in black and white 2. Post-production • Preparing to edit • Editing
  • 11. Task 3 – PASS Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Evidence of an awareness of the process of preparing for an edit. • Documentation of logging sheets • Apply key techniques and principles of editing Unit 21 - Understanding Video Technology • Correctly use and apply the technology required for a video shoot • Correctly use and apply technology required to post-produce raw footage • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques
  • 12. Task 3 – MERIT Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Apply editing preparation techniques systematically • Produce documents that are functional and prepared with some care • Edit work with only minor technical flaws • Display some imagination and inventiveness throughout the edit Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Show confidence in relation to video recording skills, with technically competent results • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques
  • 13. Task 3 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Preparation will be systematic, well-developed and detailed • Rushes log will show a full appreciation of the possibilities and limitations of each shots. • Edit decision list will be a usable blueprint for the final edit • All paperwork will be clear, organised and to a near- professional standard • Editing will be technically accomplished and exhibit flair in its use of structure, pace and combination of sound and vision • Techniques appropriate for the genre • Editing will show a high level of ingenuity and elegance
  • 14. Task 3 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Use video technology in an extensive range of applications, with near professional results • Clearly understand the technology of post-production and be able to use it in an extent of applications • Work should bare comparison to professional work • Work independently on their own edit
  • 15. Task 4 – Game Show Deadline : Friday, November 8, 2013 Film a game show for the BFI website, which tests contestants knowledge of video technology and the development and principles of editing. Filming this game show will allow you to: 1. Display your practical camera operating skills 2. Demonstrate your knowledge of video technology 3. Display your competence of studio / location set up 4. Display your understanding of the principles and development of editing 5. Demonstrate your understanding of editing technology
  • 16. Task 4 – PASS Deadline : Friday, November 8, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Provide an outline of the development and main principles of editing • Show a basic understanding of the technical terminology of editing • Correctly use and apply technology required to post-produce raw footage • Evidence of an awareness of the process of preparing for an edit. • Documentation of logging sheets • Apply key techniques and principles of editing
  • 17. Task 4 – PASS Deadline : Friday, November 8, 2013 Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Describe video technology and recording principles accurately • Show a basic understanding of technical terminology • Apply key techniques and principles when editing • Correctly use and apply the technology required for a video shoot • Correctly use and apply technology required to post-produce raw footage • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques
  • 18. Task 4 – MERIT Deadline : Friday, November 8, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Explain how or why one stage developed from another • Explain how and why certain developments have become basic practice • Outline strengths and weakness of given techniques • Detail illustrative examples taken from specific films • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques • Apply editing preparation techniques systematically • Produce documents that are functional and prepared with some care • Edit work with only minor technical flaws • Display some imagination and inventiveness throughout the edit
  • 19. Task 4 – MERIT Deadline : Friday, November 8, 2013 Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Explain video technology and recording principles clearly and in some detail • Explain how a wide range of equipment, formats and systems are used, how domestic and broadcasting systems differ • Explain why different formats are mutually incompatible • Edit will exhibit only minor flaws • Cut and transitions should suit the genre • Competent selection of sound and vision • Technical skills demonstrated with some inventiveness • Show confidence in relation to video recording skills, with technically competent results • Show skills in relation to the handling and understanding of the software • Work methodically and with some preparation • Attempt more sophisticated post-production techniques
  • 20. Task 4 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • Develop ideas critically when discussing the development of editing • Show a sophisticated understanding of the principles of editing, explain exactly why a given principle has developed • Clearly understand the technology of post-production and be able to use it in an extent of applications • Work should bare comparison to professional work • Work independently on your own edit • Preparation will be systematic, well-developed and detailed • Rushes log will show a full appreciation of the possibilities and limitations of each shots. • Edit decision list will be a usable blueprint for the final edit
  • 21. Task 4 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 16 – Film and Video Editing Techniques • All paperwork will be clear, organised and to a near- professional standard • Editing will be technically accomplished and exhibit flair in its use of structure, pace and combination of sound and vision • Techniques appropriate for the genre • Editing will show a high level of ingenuity and elegance
  • 22. Task 4 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Fully explain video technology and recording principles and will describe them in detail, developing explanations critically (ie, compare and assess) • Fuller and more extensive explanation, better application of examples, and provision of argument to support points made, plus the higher quality expression • Technical vocabulary will be secure and used correctly and confidently at all times • Thorough preparation undertake before the edit begins • All techniques with be entirely appropriate • Editing will show a high level of ingenuity and elegance • Work will be comparable with professional standards
  • 23. Task 4 – DISTINCTION Deadline : Friday, October 25, 2013 Unit 21 – Understanding Video Technology • Use video technology in an extensive range of applications, with near professional results • Clearly understand the technology of post-production and be able to use it in an extent of applications • Work should bare comparison to professional work • Work independently on their own edit • Use video technology in an extensive range of applications, with near professional results