Creating Digital Video in Your School: How to Shoot, Edit, Produce, Distribute,and Incorporate Digital Media into the Curriculum, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1586833162
  • ISBN-13: 9781586833169
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 120 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2005 | Published/Released June 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2005

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Overview

Using this guide, teachers and media specialists can help their students increase their visual literacy, particularly media literacy and information literacy. This work takes the novice and intermediate user step-by-step through the elements that make up a quality video production, using the most current information. It covers all aspects of video production from the selection of hardware and software, understanding digital compression, pre-production, production and post-production tips and sharing the video in a variety of formats. It describes topics in a simple, straightforward manner, complete with index, glossary of terms and additional resources, both online and print.

Print publication date: 01/01/2005

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Table of Figures.
About the Author.
Aknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: Visual Literacy in Education.
2: Impact of Media on Student Learning.
3: Communication Skills in Video Production.
4: Applying Student-Produced Digital Video to NET Standards.
5: Applying Digital Video to the Information Literacy Standards.
6: Ethical and Legal Issues of Student-Produced Videos.
7: Selecting Hardware.
8: History of Video and the Conversion from Analog to Digital.
9: Selecting Camcorders.
10: Selecting Video Capture Cards.
11: Selecting Cables and Connectors.
12: Selecting Microphones.
13: Selecting Tripods.
14: Selecting Lights.
15: Selecting Lens Filters.
16: Selecting Computer Systems—PC, MAC, and Turnkey Systems.
17: Selecting CD and DVD Burners.
18: Selecting Additional Computer Hard Drives.
19: Selecting Hardware: Summary.
20: Selecting Editing Software.
21: Choosing Video-Editing Software.
22: Audio-Editing Software.
23: Selecting Editing Software: Summary.
24: Organizing a School Media Production Area.
25: Setting Up a School Video Studio.
26: Setting Up a Media Production Room.
27: Media Distribution Unit.
28: Organizing a School Media Production Area: Summary.
29: Pre-Production.
30: Pre-Production Checklist.
31: Storyboards and Scripts.
32: Obtaining Taping Permission for Individual Students.
33: Obtaining Taping Permission for Locations.
34: Preparing and Organizing Students as Videographers.
35: Pre-Production: Summary.
36: Selecting Distribution Formats.
37: Choosing Platforms and File Formats.
38: Transferring Your Desktop onto a VHS Tape.
39: Transferring Video to CD-ROM.
40: Video Conversion.
41: Inserting Digital Video into PowerPoint Presentations.
42: Transferring Video via the World Wide Web.
43: Video E-Mail.
44: Adapting Video for People with Disabilities.
45: Video on Pocket PCs.
46: Selecting Distribution Formats: Summary.
47: Understanding Digital Compression.
48: Fundamentals of Compression.
49: Shooting Compression-Friendly Video.
50: Audio Compression.
51: Digital Still Photo Compression.
52: Lossy versus Lossless Compression.
53: Understanding Digital Compression: Summary.
54: Videotaping and Capturing Guidelines.
55: Preparing a Videotape for Recording.
56: Preparing for an On-Location Scene.
57: Shooting Tips.
58: Composition.
59: Principles of Light.
60: Color Basics.
61: Makeup and Clothing.
62: Videotaping and Capturing Guidelines: Summary.
63: Audio Production Tips.
64: Volume.
65: Frequency.
66: Room Acoustics.
67: Sources for Digital Audio to Include in Video.
68: Audio Channels.
69: Selecting the Right Microphone.
70: Microphone Problems.
71: Recording Directly into a Computer.
72: Editing Audio Clips.
73: Audio Production Tips: Summary.
74: Digital Video Editing.
75: Storyboard and Timeline View.
76: Cutting, Deleting, and Inserting Video Clips.
77: Transitions between Clips.
78: Adding Texts and Titles to Video.
79: Adding Still Images to Videos.
80: Inserting PowerPoint Slides into a Video.
81: Special Effects.
82: Adding Multiple Audio Tracks—Voice Over, Music, Sound Effects.
83: Adding Multiple Video Layers.
84: Finalizing and Rendering a Video.
85: Digital Video Editing: Summary.
86: Evaluating Student Videos.
87: Evaluating Student Videos: Summary.
88: Organizing a School TV News Show.
89: Class versus Video Club.
90: Setting.
91: Content Format.
92: Student Personnel.
93: Tips for Preparing an Interview.
94: Preparing Audio to be Used in a Newcast.
95: Caring for Equipment.
96: Television Production and the School Media Program.
97: Organizing a School TV News Show: Summary.
Works Cited.
Glossary.
Index.
Back Cover.