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This is the introductory presentation for Algonquin College's MTM-4005 Audio and Video course.

This is the introductory presentation for Algonquin College's MTM-4005 Audio and Video course.

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Introduction to MTM-4005 Introduction to MTM-4005 Presentation Transcript

  • MTM 4005Video and Audio
  • ME DOGSusan Murphy Charlie
  • ME DOGSusan Murphy Charlie Sue Suze
  • Mrs. Murphy
  • Mrs. Murphy
  • www.jestercreative.com
  • www.househealers.tv Photos by Simon Jones
  • www.househealers.tv Photos by Simon Jones
  • www.househealers.tv Photos by Simon Jones
  • www.suzemuse.com
  • www.workshifting.com
  • Community Television Producer = Writing, Directing, Camera, Audio, Editing, Producing,Training, Getting Coffee, DrivingVolunteers Home, and Getting 0 Sleep.
  • Interactive Multimedia Class of ‘98
  • Interactive Multimedia Class of ‘98
  • There is life after college!
  • There is life after college! Web site designer Web content developer Technical Writer College Professor Communications Specialist Corporate Trainer Interface Designer Quality Assurance Specialist Web Video Specialist Professional Speaker Government Proposal Writer Entrepreneur
  • Goals for the Day: • Getting to Know You • 3 Agreements • Flipping the Classroom • Hardware Requirements • What will I learn this semester? • How will I be graded? • Finding Your Own Answers • Assignment #1
  • Getting to Know You There are NO wrong answers! Open a Word Document and answer the following questions: • Your FULL name •Previous experience with video or audio production • One thing you REALLY want to learn in this course • One thing that concerns you about this course • Save the Document as yourname.docx • Upload to “Getting To Know You” Assignment in BlackBoard
  • 3 Agreements1. Class starts on time, all thetime.2.No texting or talking on cellphones during class.3. Eyes to the front of the room.
  • Contact Me
  • What the heck is a“Flipped Classroom?”• People learn new things better at their own pace.• I won’t be showing you basic concepts in class• Your homework is to learn the basics (my videotutorials)• In class time is for creating projects
  • How will it work? • Suze’s Training Blog (http:// training.suzemuse.com) • I will assign tutorials as your homework (along with other tasks too!) •You will review the tutorials on your own time, at your own pace. You can take notes as you go or work in the software - whatever works best for you. • Pause, rewind, replay and review the tutorials as much as you like.
  • How will it work? • You will come to class each week prepared, having gone through the assigned tutorials. • We will focus our in-class time on actually creating your assignments. • I am here to help!
  • Blackboardhttp://blackboard.algonquincollege.com • Assignments • Course Documents • Discussion Board • Announcements • Grades
  • 1. Go to Blackboard2. Click on Discussion Forums3. Click Introduce Yourself:4. Answer the questions and click Submit.
  • Blackboard1. Go to Blackboard2. Click on Discussion Forums3. Click Introduce Yourself:4. Answer the questions and click Submit.
  • Introduce yourself to the rest of the classby answering the following questions:1) I was born in:2) My passion is:3) When Im not at school, I enjoy:4) The food I like most is:5) The food I like least is:6) My favourite movie is:7) One thing about me that most people wouldnt expect is:8) My favourite animal is:9) My least favourite animal is:10) My favourite colour is:
  • Introduce YourselfIntroduce yourself to the rest of the classby answering the following questions:1) I was born in:2) My passion is:3) When Im not at school, I enjoy:4) The food I like most is:5) The food I like least is:6) My favourite movie is:7) One thing about me that most people wouldnt expect is:8) My favourite animal is:9) My least favourite animal is:10) My favourite colour is:
  • You MUST to bring to EVERY class:1) Your portable hard drive2) Headphones (earbuds are fine)NOTE: You do NOT need to have your own video equipment for this class.The college provides Handycams on loan to students. However, if you haveyour own video camera that you’d like to use, please see me after class orat break and let me know, and I’ll let you know if it’s okay to use for thecourse.NOTE: If you’re going to use your own camera, keep in mind you may needto share it with others in your group on occasion.
  • Hardware RequirementsYou MUST to bring to EVERY class:1) Your portable hard drive2) Headphones (earbuds are fine)NOTE: You do NOT need to have your own video equipment for this class.The college provides Handycams on loan to students. However, if you haveyour own video camera that you’d like to use, please see me after class orat break and let me know, and I’ll let you know if it’s okay to use for thecourse.NOTE: If you’re going to use your own camera, keep in mind you may needto share it with others in your group on occasion.
  • • Uses of video and audio online • The importance of copyright • Shot composition & basic camera operatio • Basic lighting techniques • Storyboards and script outlines • Paper editing • Video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro By the end of the semester you willhave enough knowledge and experience to effectively write, shoot, and edit video content and post it on the Web.
  • What Will I Learn? • Uses of video and audio online • The importance of copyright • Shot composition & basic camera operatio • Basic lighting techniques • Storyboards and script outlines • Paper editing • Video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro By the end of the semester you willhave enough knowledge and experience to effectively write, shoot, and edit video content and post it on the Web.
  • Photo by laihu, Flickr
  • How Will I Be Graded?Photo by laihu, Flickr
  • How Will I Be Graded? Project-basedPhoto by laihu, Flickr
  • How Will I Be Graded? Project-based No Tests or Exams!Photo by laihu, Flickr
  • 2Individual Projects It’s all up to youLearn at your own pace Get the basics down 2 Group Projects Learn to work as a team Strength in numbers Collaborate
  • 2Individual Projects It’s all up to youLearn at your own pace Get the basics down Photo by ribosomis, Flickr 2 Group Projects Learn to work as a team Strength in numbers Photo by woodleywonderworks, Flickr Collaborate
  • Assignment #1: Finding Your Own Answers Purpose - to learn to effectively conduct searches online to find answers to your questions. - Worth 20% of your final mark. Assignment #2: Video Slideshow Purpose - to learn the basics of editing in Adobe Premiere and develop an understanding of basic video editing concepts. - Worth 20% of your final mark.
  • Assignment #3: A Story Without Words Purpose - to learn to effectively convey visual concepts. Learn and apply the basics of camera and lighting techniques. - Worth 30% of your final mark. Assignment #4: Mini Documentary Purpose - to produce, write, shoot and edit a short documentary piece. - Worth 30% of your final mark.
  • BREAK20 minutes
  • Finding Your Own Answers(A.K.A. Why I’m not telling you everything)
  • What I Will Tell You • Nobody knows everything • Nobody is going to tell you everything • Sometimes you just need to figure it out • There is often more than one right answer • The Internet is your greatest resource
  • Online ResourcesBrainstorming Activity
  • Where do you goto find information online?
  • Just the Facts, Ma’am• But it’s on the Internet...it must betrue?• Make sure your sources are valid• Double check your facts
  • Research ChecklistWhat does the URL tell you?Who wrote the content? What are their credentials?When was the page written?Are sources documented with footnotes or links?Are there links to other resources?Who links to the page?Is the page listed in one or more reputable directories?What do others say about the author?Might it be satirical or a parody?Is this as credible and useful as books, journal articlesetc. available online or at the library?
  • Scavenger HuntGet into teams of 2. Work together to research and answerthe following questions. Try to find the answers usingdifferent types of resources (i.e. don’t just Googleeverything):1. What is the 2nd largest search engine in the world?2. What was ENIAC?3. Who is Tim Berners-Lee?4. What new broadcasting regulation will all Canadian TVnetworks be required to implement by 2011?5. What is the name of Google’s new social network?6. What are three popular digital video editing tools?7. What is the file size limit for a free account on Vimeo?
  • Homework Assignment #1: Finding your own Answers - due next week at the BEGINNING of class. Upload your completed paper to BlackBoard. Gather 10-20 images to be used in your slideshow video. (Where do I get images?) Premiere Tutorial #1 Premiere Tutorial #2 (all four parts!) PLEASE COME TO NEXT WEEK’S CLASS PREPARED TO GET GOING ON EDITING YOUR FIRST SLIDESHOW VIDEO!