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Video Production and Filmmaking with Michael Waldrep
Slides from Session 1, March 6, 2014

DUSPVIZ
Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

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Video Production

  1. 1. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6, 3/13, and 3/20/2014
  2. 2. Session 1: Inspiration, Planning, and Shooting Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 •  Intro to workflow •  How to: pre-production •  Capturing video •  Capturing audio •  Importing
  3. 3. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 •  Pre-production What do I want this to look like in the end? Who am I talking to? About what? Do I need a script? Where am I going to talk to them? Will it work? What kind of supplementary material will I need? How much time is it going to take to edit? Am I going to need others to help? How many? •  Production How do I make the cleanest recording to manipulate later? •  Post-production Making the product you imagined (realizing you can’t) Making the best thing you can, with what you’ve got Workflow
  4. 4. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 Universal things you can set: •  Resolution •  Frame Rate •  Exposure (aperture & ISO) •  Codec Maybe you can’t set, but be aware of: Focal length How a Camera Works (basically)
  5. 5. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 PotentialVideo Sources CRON rents: •  CanonVixia You may already have: •  Stills cameras that shoot video •  A smart phone The internet •  Flashgot
  6. 6. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 How Audio Recorders work: I don’t really know. But audio is ‘cheap’ in a sense: Uncompressed vs compressed (codecs) Bit rate & khz Stereo vs mono
  7. 7. Michael Waldrep DUSPViz:Video Production 3/6/2014 Audio Sources In a perfect world: •  Lavalier microphones, shotgun microphones •  A separate flash-based audio recorder In a more likely world: •  A smart phone •  The internet

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