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11 ict video_editing_proj

  1. 1. YEAR 11 SEMESTER 2, 2013 CONDITIONS 1. Development time – 5 weeks (class and out of class time) 2. Individual (but may use others to create raw footage) 3. Length – equiv to 1000 words 4. Intermediate teacher input – feedback mostly 5. Resources: a. Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 b. After Effects CS6 c. Audacity/Soundbooth/Mixcraft d. Video cameras, microphones NAME: ________________________ TEACHER: Mr Miles INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES TASK The task is described in detail over. In summary: You are to develop a video production of not more than 3-5 minutes that may be used in later assessment piece. TOPIC: Digital Video Editing PRACTICAL TASK (PT3) DATE DUE: Planning: Design Brief & Storyboard: 29/09/2013 Video Product Final: 13/09/2013 Result Summary Process Product Commun Common Curriculum Elements: • Interpreting the meaning of words or other symbols • Using correct spelling, punctuation, grammar • Using vocabulary appropriate to a context • Summarising/condensing written text • Compiling lists/statistics • Recording/noting data • Compiling results in a tabular form • Setting out / presenting / arranging / displaying • Interrelating ideas / themes / issues • Explaining to others • Criticising • Analysing • Synthesising • Judging/evaluating • Observing systematically • Manipulating/operating/using equipment
  2. 2. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology Task You are to create a video presentation (anywhere between 3-5 minutes) that showcases your skills in camera skills, video editing and production. You must work as a team to capture the raw footage required; all camera work and editing must be the classes, however other grade members may be involved in the actual footage. Your final production should demonstrate the use of video, images and audio. This subject has a client focus and so you will be preparing your video presentation for a client to use for promotional use (staff or students at HCC assembly). You have been exposed to Adobe Premiere® and After Effects® this term, and will use this product to edit your footage and add extra elements. You will be required to utilise advanced features within both of these programs to demonstrate your skill and ability. The final edit must be entirely original and a result of your own sequencing and thinking. Topic Produce a Promotional Broadcast You will produce a promotional broadcast based on Year 11 camp for future year levels. You are to: • GROUP: Research the camp activities and understand what will be of value for the filming process (owned by the entire 11 ICT class) • GROUP: Pre-Produce: (P3) Production Schedule – (Who, what, where, when), Production Overview • INDIVIDUAL: Storyboard the video, based on the script, anticipating the type of effects, camera shots, transitions and design your presentation will have in final production. Please use the version of storyboarding format hosted on the course website. • INDIVIDUAL: Create this short movie production, by taking raw footage and editing it in Adobe Premiere® and adding After Effects® in a creative context. The storyline needs to be coherent and be appropriate for the intended audience. Further to demonstrating competence in the use of the video editing software (Premiere Pro), effects software (After Effects), you must also show skills for camera operation and acquiring raw footage. In completing the assignment you will follow and provide evidence of the Design and Development cycle with particular emphasis on design. Design For this process you will use your teacher as the client or another staff member at the school. Determine and document his/her requirements for the presentation within the framework given to you in this project. Ensure that you have a full understanding of the client requirements. Maintain regular contact with client (at least every week) to ensure you meet client requirements. Plan your project so that you can demonstrate as many of the features of design and presentation as you can. Ensure that your video has a consistent design, and that your design is of a sophisticated standard. Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  3. 3. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology Hint: Planning your effects and transitions is key!! Don’t just put any/many varied transitions and effects into your presentation just because you think you need to, promotional/instructional broadcasts are most about consistency and appropriateness for the variations; clarity and sophistication is a key objective rather than a messy and overly busy production. You must include: Premiere Pro: • Development of Video storyboards • Organisational skills of organising your raw materials (video/audio footage etc) • Capture of Video • Editing of Video • Adding transitions to your video • Adding an overlay • Adding video filters • Adding a title to your video • Creating closing credits • Adding audio • Create an image for video overlay You might also include: • A running marquee, broadcasting relevant information at the bottom of the screen (like Sunrise/Today Show) • Overlay an image with a transparent background • Creating and animating a 3D title • Create an image montage After Effects: • Layers • Keyframes • Compositions • Motion Path • Manipulating time • Parenting • Nesting and compositing • Puppeting Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  4. 4. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology • Colour and tonal adjustments • Animating presets • Audio controls and effects • Text • Drawing and Painting • Transparency • Motion Tracking • 3D Animation Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  5. 5. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology Your plan is to be in writing and must be completed before the presentation is started (no later than the 27th September, 2013). This must also be resubmitted with the rest of your assessment requirements by the final due date. It will be word processed and will include headings or sections such as those below: • The topic or subject of the multimedia presentation • An outline of the client’s requirements • A description of the target audience • What your presentation is to achieve (sell, inform, promote, etc.) • Any information that may need to be collected • A list of typical videos, photos, images, sounds, titles etc, that may need to be assembled • A brief description of how you think the presentation may run • An approximate timeline for this project • A storyboard of your multimedia presentation Develop Undertake tuition and conduct some research with manuals on using the advanced features of video, camera, scanner and multimedia software. Collect the information you need and prepare any videos, photos, animations, clipart, sound, music etc you can use to incorporate into the presentation. You should demonstrate proficiency in the use of advanced features of the programs Adobe Premiere® and Adobe Effects®. (any other Adobe creative suite software you may find useful) Using your outline plan, prepare the content of the presentation. Add video, images, animations, clipart, audio etc. Keep in contact with your client and obtain feedback on your work as it progresses. Run the presentation and critically evaluate if it has met the purpose you intended. Amend the presentation if necessary. Get others to view it and offer suggestions for improvement. Presentation For assessment you will need to submit your: (i) Task and criteria sheet. (ii) Title page. (ii) Copy of your design brief and video storyboard. (iii) All working files saved to a folder called ‘assignment’ on C drive inside relevant student folder (i.e. ‘jwilliams10). The presentation should be in executable form of PAL MOV 352x288 (25fps). A copy of your multimedia presentation will remain the property of the college, on the School intranet. Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  6. 6. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology Conditions 1. You will have 5 weeks of class time to prepare and complete this assignment. 2. The assignment is to be completed individually. However, you must consult regularly with your client and seek evaluation & comments from your peers. 3. The School Assignment Policy will be strictly adhered to. If your final copy is not uploaded by the Due date, you will be issued to a detention and asked to complete the task as part of that detention. Applications for an extension must be submitted on the appropriate form and handed in at least 1 week before the due date. Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  7. 7. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology Video Editing Practical Task Final Production: 14/09/2012 Name: ................................................. Teacher: Mr Miles Criteria Sheet Process A B C D E The student: • Effectively plans and designs multimedia video files • The video footage includes an appropriate range of advanced features • Folder structure is well organised and follows convention • Records of client contact are well organised and detailed • Documentation is thoroughly prepared The student: • Plans and designs multimedia video files • The video footage include a selection of advanced features • Folder structure follows convention • Records of client contact are well organised and complete • Documentation is accurately completed The student: • Plans and designs multimedia video files but lack some details • The Video footage include an advanced feature • Folder structure is suitable • Records of client contact are complete • Documentation is completed but lacks some details The student: • Attempts to plan and design multimedia video files but is unclear and incomplete • The video footage uses a range of basic features • Folder structure is not organised clearly • Records of client contact are limited • Some documentation is missing The student: • Shows little evidence of planning and designing Multimedia video files • The video footage is not completed • No folder structure • Records of client contact have not been kept • Documentation is not included Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  8. 8. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology RESULT A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  9. 9. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology PRODUCT A B C D E The student: • Effectively analyses the task and develops a detailed project plan • Effectively analyses the task and develops a detailed video storyboard • The multimedia video effectively meet the client needs and are thematic, attractive and interesting • Produces the multimedia video which clearly fulfils its purpose in showcasing their skills with this software The student: • Analyses the task and develops a suitable project plan • Analyses the task and develops a suitable video storyboard • The multimedia video meet the client needs and are well presented and interesting • Produces the multimedia video which fulfils its purpose in showcasing their skills with this software The student: • Develops a suitable project plan that may lack detail • Develops a suitable video storyboard that may lack detail • The multimedia video meet the client needs but may have problems with presentation • Produces the multimedia video which fulfils its purpose in showcasing a variety of skills with this software The student: • Attempts a project plan which lacks analysis and has major problems • Attempts a video storyboard which lacks analysis and has major problems • The multimedia video does not meet the clients needs or are not well presented • Produces a multimedia video which attempts to showcase some basic skills with this software The student: • Shows little evidence the project plan is completed • Shows little evidence the video storyboard is completed • The multimedia video does not meet the clients needs and is incomplete • Produces a multimedia video which fails to fulfil its purpose in showcasing their skills with this software RESULT A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3
  10. 10. Hillcrest CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Faculty of Information & Communication Technology COMMUNICATION A B C D E • Making meaning in contexts • Using language • Representing information The student produces work that: • Uses correct spelling and grammar in all contexts • Is highly organised and professionally presented • Uses correct terminology in all contexts • Effectively communicates ideas and sequences subject matter The student produces work that: • Has minor errors in spelling and grammar • Is well organised and presented • Uses correct terminology in most contexts • Communicates ideas and sequences subject matter The student produces work that: • Has some errors in spelling and grammar • Is neatly presented but lacks organisation • Correct terminology is not used although meaning is clear • Communicates ideas but subject matter is not well sequenced The student produces work that: • Has major errors in spelling and grammar • Is poorly organised and is difficult to follow in places • Terminology is used incorrectly and meaning is unclear • Some ideas are unclear and subject matter is incomplete and poorly sequenced The student produces work that: • Major errors in spelling and grammar, and lack of organisation make meaning difficult to determine • Presentation is poor • Terminology is poor • Much necessary subject matter is not included RESULT A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- Video Editing Project, 12 ICT, Term 3

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