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  1. 1. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam 1 BTEC Level 3 Film and TVUNIT 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Shooting Live EventsSUPERHEROS haydon school media and film department
  2. 2. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam2 ASSIGNMENT FRONT SHEET Learner Name Assessor Name Date Issued Date Completed Date Submitted Qualification Unit No. and Title BTEC Film and TV Level 3 Diploma In Creative Media Production 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Assigment Title Shooting Live Events To achieve this criteria evidence must show that the student is able to: Task No(s). Evidence P1 describe multi-camera production programme formats with some appropriate use of subject terminology M1 explain multi-camera production programme formats with reference to detailed illustrative examples and with generally correct use of subject terminology D1 comprehensively explain multi-camera production programme formats with elucidated examples and consistently using subject terminology correctly 1 Analysis of Multi-Cam Productions Why use multicam report P2 plan a multi-camera production with some assistance M2 plan a multi-camera production competently and effectively showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance D2 plan a multi-camera production to a quality that reflects near-professional standards showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations 2 All planning documentation P3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production with some assistance. M3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a good technical standard with only occasional assistance. D3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a technical quality that reflects near-professional standards working independently to professional expectations. 3 A copy of your filmed event. Assessor’s report. Learner Declaration I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged. Learner Signature Date
  3. 3. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam 3 ASSIGNMENT BRIEF Unit No and Title 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Qualification BTEC Film and TV Level 3 Diploma In Creative Media Production Date Issued Date Completed Date Submitted Assigment Title Shooting Live Events Assignment Aim: This unit aims to develop understanding of multi-camera television formats, and to develop skills in multicamera production techniques. Learners will also gain an appreciation of how the multi-camera process integrates with other production skills and gain valuable experience of studio management, multi-camera directing and studio floor techniques Scenario Haydon school are presenting a ‘Haydon School Production’. You will plan the filming, with a variety of roles, set up the studio, film and edit the footage. Tasks Criteria Task 1: Understanding Multi-Camera Formats a.Analyse a series of multi-camera productions. You should include live events and studio productions. This should be detailed and include floor plans to illustrate the type of production. b.Identify why multi- camera productions are used. What are the advantages and disadvantages? You should think about coverage of action; communicating meaning to the viewer; visual style; maintaining viewer interest; constraints of studio or location environment; multi-camera simultaneous recording P1, M1, D1 Task 2: Plan a multi-camera production a.Write a proposal identifying what you will do, who the audience are and what type of event you will be covering. b.Identify what roles there are in multi-cam operations. E.g. camera operation; sound mixing; vision mixing; directing; lighting desk; floor management; graphics generation c.Plan your multi-cam production. Range of equipment required; allocation of job roles; design, eg lighting, set, sound; location recce; timing and sequencing; health and safety considerations d.Create the relevant documents. Timed scripts; shot lists; studio floor plans; location plans; lighting plans; risk assessments; equipment checklist; camera script P2, M2, D2 Task 3: perform an operational role in a multi-camera production You will be observed performing the different operational roles in your multi-cam production. You must carry out the different roles to the best of your ability. You will also be assessed on the way in which you communicate with the other members of the team. You must include a copy of the live event that you have worked on in your folder. You assessor will complete an observation record of your performance. P3, M3, D3 Sources of Information All materials and links can be found at HaydonMedia (www.haydonmedia.co.uk) This brief has been verified and is fit for purpose Assessor Signature Date Internal Verifier Signature Date
  4. 4. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam4 ASSESSOR’S COMMENTS Learner Name Assessor Name Qualification Unit No. and Title BTEC Film and TV Level 3 Diploma In Creative Media Production 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Assigment Title Shooting Live Events Grading Criteria Achieved? P1 describe multi-camera production programme formats with some appropriate use of subject terminology P2 plan a multi-camera production with some assistance P3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production with some assistance. M1 explain multi-camera production programme formats with reference to detailed illustrative examples and with generally correct use of subject terminology M2 plan a multi-camera production competently and effectively showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance M3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a good technical standard with only occasional assistance. D1 comprehensively explain multi-camera production programme formats with elucidated examples and consistently using subject terminology correctly D2 plan a multi-camera production to a quality that reflects near-professional standards showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations D3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a technical quality that reflects near- professional standards working independently to professional expectations.
  5. 5. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam 5 Learner Feedback Assessor Feedback Action Plan Learner Signature Date Assessor Signature Date
  6. 6. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam6 Cover Sheet 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Task(s) Task 1: Understanding Multi-Camera Formats a.Analyse a series of multi-camera productions. You should include live events and studio productions. This should be detailed and include floor plans to illustrate the type of production. b.Identify why multi- camera productions are used. What are the advantages and disadvantages? You should think about coverage of action; communicating meaning to the viewer; visual style; maintaining viewer interest; constraints of studio or location environment; multi-camera simultaneous recording Grading Criteria P1 describe multi-camera production programme formats with some appropriate use of subject terminology M1 explain multi-camera production programme formats with reference to detailed illustrative examples and with generally correct use of subject terminology D1 comprehensively explain multi-camera production programme formats with elucidated examples and consistently using subject terminology correctly
  7. 7. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam 7 Cover Sheet 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Task(s) Task 2: Plan a multi-camera production • a.Write a proposal identifying what you will do, who the audience are and what type of event you will be covering. • b.Identify what roles there are in multi-cam operations. E.g. camera operation; sound mixing; vision mixing; directing; lighting desk; floor management; graphics generation • c.Plan your multi-cam production. Range of equipment required; allocation of job roles; design, eg lighting, set, sound; location recce; timing and sequencing; health and safety considerations • d.Create the relevant documents. Timed scripts; shot lists; studio floor plans; location plans; lighting plans; risk assessments; equipment checklist; camera script Grading Criteria P2 plan a multi-camera production with some assistance M2 plan a multi-camera production competently and effectively showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance D2 plan a multi-camera production to a quality that reflects near-professional standards showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations
  8. 8. BTEC Level 3 Diploma | Film & TV | Creative Media Production | MultiCam8 Cover Sheet 23: Multi-Camera Techniques Task(s) Task 3: perform an operational role in a multi-camera production You will be observed performing the different operational roles in your multi-cam production. You must carry out the different roles to the best of your ability. You will also be assessed on the way in which you communicate with the other members of the team. You must include a copy of the live event that you have worked on in your folder. You assessor will complete an observation record of your performance Grading Criteria P3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production with some assistance. M3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a good technical standard with only occasional assistance. D3 perform an operational role in a multi-camera production to a technical quality that reflects near-professional standards working independently to professional expectations.

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