Who Should Attend the Introduction to Videography Fundamentals for Multimedia Production Training Class
Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., Virtually Online Live & On-Site
Those interested in obtaining or reinforcing basic videography skills for use in video, web, DVD and multimedia development.
All of our Videography training classes are available at our Adobe Authorized training facility in Columbia, MD (convenient to Baltimore & Washington D.C.) or virtually online live from anywhere. Also, you can hire our Videography Experts, or request a private Videography training at your site, our site, or online live.
No prior knowledge of videography is required. Basic knowledge and experience in camera usage and computer technology is required. Users with experience in multimedia applications who are moving toward integrating video will gain from taking ThinkBIGLearnSmart’s course.
What You Will Learn in this Introduction to Videography Fundamentals for Multimedia Production Training Class
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Videography Fundamentals Course Outline
Understanding how the NTSC (National Television System Committee) video standard protocol works
Working with SD, DV, HD video formats.
Understanding basic camera components and selecting the right camera. DSLR, HDV, P2, XDCAM.
Camera Setup: Format, White Balance, Filter, Iris, Gain, Zoom, Shutter Speed
Shooting Setup: Focus, Framing, Composition, Rack Focus, Dutch Angles.
Camera Support: Tripods, Monopod, Handheld, Alternative Supports.
Pre-production: Initial Meeting, Scheduling, Determine Production Needs, Scripted Shooting, Logistic Considerations.
Basic Shooting: Basic Principles, Rule of Thirds, Corporate Shooting, Music
Video (Pop and Classic, Shooting Special Events, Basic Interviewing, Common Mistakes, Breaking Rules.
Fundamentals of Audio for Video
Levels and Impedances
Basic Recording Techniques
Microphones and Wireless
Basic Light Types
Take Sheet and Logs
Wide Angle Adaptors
Optical Filters and Effects
Hardware and Software: Editing Systems Types and Configuration, Customizing of Edit Workspace, Selecting Software, Peripheral Hardware, Importing Video and Audio
Universal Software Tools
Basic Storytelling: 3 Parts to a Story, Selecting Scenes, Pacing, Transitions, Special Effects, Basic Titling Techniques, Audio Editing
Corporate Editing: Idea Conceptualizing, Editing, Graphics Design, Audio and Music
Special Event: Intros and Linking Segments, Editing a Ceremony, Receptions, Titling, Picture Montages, Highlights
Music Videos: Conceptualizing, Pacing, Editing to the Beat, Adding Special Effects
Fine Arts: Editing, Multicamera, Titling, Audio Cleanup
DVD and Blu-Ray Authoring, H.264 encoding, Digital Formats
All course objectives and outlines are a guide for students. To ensure student satisfaction, these course topics and order may be modified or added to ensure the latest information is covered to support real world use of the technology.