VIDEO BASICS is intended for courses in television production or video production found in journalism and broadcast, radio-TV-film, electronic media, and communication departments at two- and four-year schools. The course is typically the first-year production course taken the freshman or sophomore year.
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Table of Contents
Part I: PRODUCTION: PROCESSES AND PEOPLE. 1. Production Process. 2. Production Team: Who Does What When? Part II: IMAGE CREATION: DIGITAL VIDEO AND CAMERA. 3. Image Formation and Digital Video. 4. Video Camera. 5. Operating the Camera. 6. Looking Through the Viewfinder. Part III: IMAGE CREATION: SOUND, LIGHT, GRAPHICS, AND EFFECTS. 7. Audio and Sound Control. 8. Light, Color, and Lighting. 9. Graphics and Effects. Part IV: IMAGE CONTROL: SWITCHING, RECORDING, AND EDITING. 10. Switcher and Switching. 11. Video Recording. 12. Postproduction: Linear and Nonlinear Editing. 13. Editing Principles. Part V: PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT: STUDIO, FIELD, POSTPRODUCTION, AND SYNTHETIC. 14. Production Environment: Studio. 15. Production Environment: Field, Postproduction, and Synthetic. Part VI: PRODUCTION CONTROL: TALENT AND DIRECTING. 16. Talent, Clothing, and Makeup. 17. Putting It All Together: Directing. Epilogue. Glossary.