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  • Slide 1
  • A Brief Introduction to Video Production Learning the Three Ps of Video Projects
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  • Making a Video Project Filmmaking is the process of making a video project from start to finish. Although there are many ways and approaches to making videos, all concepts can be categorized into 3 phases.
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  • The Three Ps of Video Production Pre-ProductionProductionPost-Production
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  • Pre-Production In the first step, you are just planning the video project. This is where you make all the necessary decision and figure out all the different aspects such as followed:
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  • Pre-Production Phase The script or story StoryboardLocations Casting actors/actresses Costume
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  • Production This step is when you actually go and created the shot for your movie project. More crew will be recruited as needed. The important aspects of this step is as followed:
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  • Production Phase Shooting/using the camera Recording production sound Lighting All necessary photo taken
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  • Post-Production This step involves everything after shooting and primary comes down to editing your video project. Things to consider in this phase are as followed:
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  • Post-Production Phase Building a workstation Editing equipment Sound design Title creation Special effects Delivery
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  • Quiz Time! Now, lets take a step back and see if youve been paying attention!
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  • Which of the 3 phases do you actually begin shooting? B. Production B. Production C. Post-production C. Post-production A. Pre-production A. Pre-production
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  • Wrong Oh so close! Try again!
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  • Right Thats Correct!
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  • When is the best time to look for location before shooting? B. Production B. Production C. Post-production C. Post-production A. Pre-production A. Pre-production
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  • Wrong Oh so close! Try again!
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  • Right Thats Correct!
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  • When during these 3 phases does lighting become essential? B. Production B. Production C. Post-production C. Post-production A. Pre-production A. Pre-production
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  • Wrong Oh so close! Try again!
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  • Right Youre on a Roll!
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  • When can special effects be added? B. Production B. Production C. Post-production C. Post-production A. Pre-production A. Pre-production
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  • Wrong Oh so close! Try again!
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  • Right Easy as Pie!
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  • When should you start storyboarding? B. Production B. Production C. Post-production C. Post-production A. Pre-production A. Pre-production
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  • Wrong Oh so close! Try again!
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  • Right Outstanding!
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  • Review Pre-production In this phase youre main task is just to plan out your video project. Get a solid story and then storyboard your shots. The more aspects you figure out in this step, the less headaches later. Production This step, you finally go and shoot the video. Keep in mind the lighting for your shot as well as be aware of other noises that may interfere. Post-production This is when you start to edit and cut footages from your video. Keep in mind of editing software such as Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro when you are piecing together your project for final distribution. There are many ways to present your project by simply showing everyone or uploading it on YouTube. Click back to retake the quiz!
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  • Awesome Job! For more information on video production, please visit the following links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filmmaking http://www.makingthefilm.com/guide.html http://www.cd-writer.com/10steps.html http://library.thinkquest.org/29285/filmmaking/st1.html For additional reading, heres what I recommend: The Digital Filmmaking Handbook By Ben Long and Sonja Schenk
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  • Time to start filming! Now that you know the basics of video production, good luck on your next video project!