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Author Millerson, Gerald.
Title Video production handbook / Gerald Millerson, Jim Owens.
Imprint Burlington, MA : Focal Press, 2008.
Edition 4th ed.

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Author Millerson, Gerald.
Subject Video recording.
Video recordings -- Production and direction.
Alt Name Owens, Jim, 1957-
Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Edition 4th ed.
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Overview of video production -- 1.1 What is video production? -- FIRST STEP IN VIDEO PRODUCTION -- 1.2 The need for "know-how" -- 1.3 It's designed for you -- 1.4 Learning basics -- 1.5 Remember the purpose -- 1.6 Equipment -- 1.7 What equipment is needed? -- 1.8 Is there a right way? -- 1.9 The production approach -- TECHNICALITIES -- 1.10 Equipment performance -- 2 Production crew -- 2.1 Production crew size -- VIDEO PRODUCTION CREW JOB DESCRIPTIONS -- 2.2 Producer -- 2.3 Assistant producer or associate producer (AP) -- 2.4 Director -- 2.5 Assistant director or associate director (AD) -- 2.6 Floor manager (FM) or stage manager (SM) -- 2.7 Production assistant (PA) -- 2.8 Technical director (TD) or vision mixer -- 2.9 Makeup artist -- 2.10 Graphic designer/operator -- 2.11 Lighting director/vision supervisor -- 2.12 Camera operator -- 2.13 Camera assistant -- 2.14 Audio mixer/sound mixer/sound supervisor -- 2.15 Boom operator or audio assistant -- 2.16 Engineer -- 2.17 Writer -- 2.18 Editor -- 2.19 Set designer -- PROFESSIONAL CREW -- 2.20 Freelance crew -- 2.21 Below-the-line/above-the-line -- 2.22 The structure of a video production crew -- 3 Organizing the production -- 3.1 Art conceals craft -- 3.2 Shot selection -- 3.3 The problem of familiarity -- 3.4 The problem of quality -- 3.5 The problem of "bigger and better" -- 3.6 Communication can be elusive -- 3.7 Start with an idea (concept) -- 3.8 Goals and objectives -- 3.9 Target audience -- 3.10 Research -- 3.11 Covering the subject -- 3.12 Production methods -- 3.13 The empirical approach -- 3.14 The planned approach -- 3.15 Storyboards -- 3.16 Why plan? -- 3.17 The three stages of production -- 3.18 Coverage -- 3.19 Building an outline -- 3.20 Broad treatment -- 3.21 Production research -- 3.22 Remote surveys (recce) -- 3.23 Freedom to plan -- 3.24 Single camera shooting -- 3.25 Multicamera shooting -- 3.26 Copyright -- 3.27 Contracts -- 4 Production techniques -- 4.1 Single- and multicamera production -- 4.2 Multicamera ISO -- 4.3 Multicamera production without a switcher -- 4.4 The illusion of reality -- 4.5 The camera's role -- 4.6 The camera as an observer -- 4.7 The persuasive camera -- 4.8 Beginning and ending -- 4.9 Production methods -- 4.10 How do you visualize something that does not exist? -- 5 Writing for video -- 5.1 The script's purpose -- 5.2 Is a script needed? -- 5.3 Basic script formats -- 5.4 The full script -- 5.5 The drama script -- 5.6 Suggestions on scriptwriting -- 5.7 Be visual -- 5.8 Assimilation -- 5.9 Relative pace -- 5.10 Style -- 6 The camera -- 6.1 A range of models -- 6.2 Cameracraft -- CAMERA FEATURES -- 6.3 Main features -- 6.4 The lens system -- 6.5 Focal length and lens angle -- 6.6 The prime lens -- 6.7 The zoom lens -- 6.8 Zoom lens control -- 6.9 The aperture of the camera -- 6.10 Lens accessories -- 6.11 The image sensor -- 6.12 Sensitivity -- 6.13 The viewfinder -- 6.14 Indicators -- 6.15 Audio -- 6.16 Power -- CONTROLLING THE CAMERA.
Summary 'Video Production Handbook' guides you step-by-step, explaining how to develop your initial programme ideas, and build them into a successful working format. It covers the techniques of persuasive camerawork, successful lighting and video editing.
ISBN 9781136045530
1136045538
0240520807
9780240520803
0080926908 (electronic bk.)
9780080926902 (electronic bk.)
9780240520803
OCLC # 857920707
Additional Format Print version: Millerson, Gerald. Video production handbook. 4th ed. Amsterdam ; Boston : Focal Press, 2008 9780240520803 (DLC) 2008024137 (OCoLC)229025823


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