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Friday, April 8

  1. page Audio Video Production Final Project edited ... Post-Production closes on May 18th, and the premiere will be on May 19th. Required Elements f…
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    Post-Production closes on May 18th, and the premiere will be on May 19th.
    Required Elements for all Videos:
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    submitted by May 1st.April 28th.
    ü Your video must be submitted as an MP4 file (H.264, YouTube SD or HD).
    ü You must have 5 seconds of black video at the start.
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    The Best is Yet to Come
    Fun Times at Cy-Fair High
    Sunshine
    YOLO
    Spellbound
    Pleased to Meme You
    Quantum Lilly
    Under That Spell

    You may not change the title of the movie you select.
    The trailer must be between 60 and 120 seconds TRT.
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    The newscast must contain the following elements (but may contain others as well):
    A Lead Story
    A Stand-Up Report from the Field
    A Sports Story
    A Weather or Traffic Report
    You must write your own original news stories.
    You may only use music from the “Approved Music” folder on the S:\drive.
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    be between 34 and 7
    **Music and Sound Effects: If you need additional music or sound effects, you may look in the MegaTrax.com library. To get downloads from MegaTrax, write down the description of your selection and turn it in to Mr. Corken at least 1 school day before you need it.
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    10:36 am

Monday, November 9

  1. page Chroma Keying Assignment edited ... Friday November 21st 20th In this ... put you in a fantastic situation. Science-Ficti…

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    Friday November 21st20th
    In this
    ...
    put you in a fantastic situation. Science-Fiction and Fantasy usually work well for this assignment. Here are a few suggestions:
    Superhero Actions
    Climbing walls or walking on
    into the ceiling
    Dream sequence
    Science-Fiction Spoof
    Weather segment gone wrong
    Put yourself in a Video Game
    Put yourself someplace you would never be
    movies!
    Videos can be copied from the Ultra Key folder on the Student Read Only drive.
    Requirements:
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    The effect must include a full body key of yourself
    Title is LAST NAME + ULTRA
    1) Go to the Ultra Key folder on the S:\drive and copy the movie clips to your C:\drive folder.
    2) Review the movie clips and choose the one that you would like to be in.
    3) Create a storyboard or script showing what scene(s) you will be in, and what you will do or say.
    4) Record your part using the green screen.
    5) Upload you video and import your video and the movie clip to Premiere Pro.
    6) Use the Ultra Key effect to place yourself in the scene(s).
    7) Export your video for YouTube SD and copy/paste it to the Ultra Key folder in the In Box.
    Requirements:
    You must use one of the movie clips given
    The effect must include a key of yourself using the Ultra Key effect
    TRT between 20 and 90 seconds (Cut the video if it is too long)

    Scoring Rubric (100 points)
    Demonstrates an understanding of how to shoot on a green screen, keeping all talent within the edges of the green screen. 20 points
    Demonstrates an understanding of lighting talent separate from the green screen. 20 points
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    use the ultra key filterUltra Key Effect in Premiere
    Shows an understanding of moving footage in the Effects Control Panel. 10 points
    Script/Storyboard completed properly and on time. 10 points
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    is between 00:3000:20 and 00:90.
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    Effect includes full body key.key of student. 10 points
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    12:38 pm

Thursday, November 5

  1. page Intro to Adobe Audition edited Audio Effects in Audition 1. Open Adobe Audition. 2. Copy "Ad Cliches Mono.wav" from t…
    Audio Effects in Audition
    1. Open Adobe Audition.
    2. Copy "Ad Cliches Mono.wav" from the S:\drive in the Audition Sample Files folder to your C:\drive forlder.
    Import the file into Audition.
    Part 1: Presets
    3. Play the Ad Cliches Mono.wav clip.
    4. In the Effects Rack, click the drop down menu for Presets and choose AM Radio.
    5. Play the clip to hear the difference.
    6. Play the clip again. Turn on and off the effects as it plays.
    7. Choose a preset that is noticeably different from the original and apply the Effects Rack by pressing the Apply button at the bottom.
    8. Save the file as “<Last Name> PRESET.mp3”
    9. Copy/Paste the file to the PRESET folder in the Inbox.
    Part 2: Using Guitar Suite
    10. Copy Music Stereo.wav from the Audition Sample Files folder on the S:\drive. Import the File.
    11. Play the track.
    12. Click the small triangle next to Track 1 on the Effects Rack. Choose Special > Guitar Suite
    13. Play the music as you switch through the presets. It will let you play it even with the Guitar Suite window open.
    14. Choose a preset that is noticeably different from the original and close the Guitar Suite window
    15. Apply the Effects Rack by pressing the Apply button at the bottom.
    16. Save the file as “<Last Name> GUITAR.mp3”
    17. Copy/Paste the file to the GUITAR folder on the Inbox.

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    7:52 pm

Thursday, September 24

  1. page Shooting The Door Scene edited Shooting The Door Scene: ... the Pre-Production Process (Writing Process, it is time to shoot …
    Shooting The Door Scene:
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    the Pre-Production Process (WritingProcess, it is time to shoot The Door Scene!
    Assign a crew member for each of
    the script),3 jobs: Camera Operator, Director, and Cast. Fill out the team must confirm with Mr. Corken that Pre-Production is completed.Crediting worksheet and turn it in to receive your Storyboard and Script.
    Get your
    ...
    Script from Mr. Corkenthe teacher, check out a camera, and begin
    ...

    After shooting each of the scenes, upload all of the scenes to the C:/driveC: drive folder for each
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    6:34 pm
  2. page The Door Scene Part 1 edited ... Door Scene – Part 2 ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT: 1) Use Challenge: CHOOSE the best story…
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    Door Scene – Part 2
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Use
    Challenge:
    CHOOSE the best story from
    your completed Storyboardteam. You may combine the best parts of 2 stories, but be sure to write a script forfollow the 3-Act Structure.
    RE-DRAW
    your Door Scene.storyboards for the chosen story. You must writeuse at least 3 different camera shots. Every detail must be included in your own script.
    A script includes action
    storyboard. It must be so visually clear that a stranger, unfamiliar with the scenario, could take your storyboard and dialogue. Your script should matchshoot the film exactly as you visualized it when creating your storyboard. A director uses both of these when shooting a scene.
    RE-WRITE your team script according to the strict script format rules.
    VERIFY that the script is written in proper format (each team member must agree).
    All of the same rules apply:
    Neither
    Action and Dialog must be contained in the script. Only include the information needed by the director to shoot the screens.
    When you are ready, choose a Director, Camera Operator, and Grip, and turn in your script and storyboard to the teacher.
    YOU MUST FINISH BY END OF CLASS TODAY!
    The Door Scene:
    A person is about to open a door. The person hears a sound and becomes mildly concerned.
    The person finds the door locked and searches for his or her keys. The person hears the sound again and becomes visibly apprehensive.
    As the filmmaker, your goal is to build tension and growing panic, using any visual element or device that you can think of.
    The film closes with the person finally opening the door and getting to the other side safely.
    Here, you want to communicate to the audience the character’s feeling of relief and safety.
    Parameters/Limitations:
    • Neither
    the character
    ...
    the sound.
    The video

    • The film
    can have
    ...
    one actor.
    The video

    • The film
    may not
    ...
    90 seconds.
    The

    • The
    entire videofilm must take
    ...
    the door.
    Follow the formatting guide shown below.
    Write your script in msWord. Filename should be LASTNAME + DOOR (example: CORKEN DOOR.docx)
    When completed, copy/paste your completed script to the AVP In-Box into the folder marked DOOR.
    Sample script with labels:
    {screenplay_format_sm.png}

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    6:24 pm
  3. page Scripting The Door Scene edited Scripting The Door Scene: Use The Door Scene – Part 2 ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT: 1) Use y…

    Scripting The Door Scene:
    UseThe Door Scene – Part 2
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Use
    your completed
    ...
    own script.
    A script includes action and dialogue. Your script should match your storyboard. A director uses both of these when shooting a scene. All of the same rules apply:
    Neither the character nor the audience ever sees the source of the sound.
    The video can have only one actor.
    The video may not exceed 90 seconds.
    The entire video must take place within five feet of either side of the door.

    Follow the formatting guide shown below.
    Write your script in msWord. Filename should be LASTNAME + DOOR (example: CORKEN DOOR.docx)
    When completed, copy/paste your completed script to the AVP In-Box into the folder marked DOOR.
    Sample script with labels:
    {screenplay_format_sm.png}
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    6:18 pm
  4. page The Door Scene Part 1 edited ... Door Scene Introduction to Visual Storytelling Work with – Part 2 ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH …
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    Door Scene
    Introduction to Visual Storytelling
    Work with
    – Part 2
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Use
    your production teamcompleted Storyboard to interpret and shoot the following scripted scenario:
    Scenario:
    A person is about to open
    write a door. The person hears a sound and becomes mildly concerned.
    The person finds the door locked and searches
    script for his or her keys.
    The person hears the sound again
    your Door Scene. You must write your own script.
    A script includes action
    and becomes visibly apprehensive.
    [As the filmmaker,
    dialogue. Your script should match your goal is to build tension and growing panic, using any visual element or device that you can think of.]
    The film closes with
    storyboard. A director uses both of these when shooting a scene. All of the person finally opening the door and getting to the other side safely.
    [Here you want to communicate to the audience the character’s feeling of relief and safety.]
    Parameters/Limitations:
    same rules apply:
    Neither the character nor the audience ever sees the source of the sound.
    The video can have only one actor.
    The video may not exceed 90 seconds.
    The entire video must take place within five feet of either side of the door.
    You must assemble the shots “in camera,” as you go along, using No editing on computer.
    Exhibit:
    At the end of the allotted filming period, each production team screens its finished film for the entire class for feedback. (View video from Camera on TV Screen)
    The other teams will address the following questions.
    Did the film communicate the script?
    Did it communicate the rising tension and relief?
    What could you shoot differently?
    What would make your film more understandable?
    What would give your film more emotional impact?
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Create a Storyboard that describes the story you have created.
    2) Use your completed Storyboard to write a script for your Door Scene. You must write your own script.
    3) Follow
    Follow the formatting
    ...
    shown below.
    4) Write

    Write
    your script
    ...
    CORKEN DOOR.docx)
    5) When

    When
    completed, copy/paste
    ...
    marked DOOR.
    Sample script with labels:

    {screenplay_format_sm.png}
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    6:15 pm
  5. page Storyboard for The Door Scene edited ... The video may not exceed 90 seconds. The entire video must take place within five feet of eit…
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    The video may not exceed 90 seconds.
    The entire video must take place within five feet of either side of the door.
    You must assemble the shots “in camera,” as you go along, using No editing on computer.
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Create a Storyboard that describes the story you have created.
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    6:12 pm
  6. page Storyboard for The Door Scene edited THE DOOR SCENE—PART 2 Part 2 has the same rules as The Door Scene – Part 1 Challenge: Intr…
    THE DOOR SCENE—PART 2
    Part 2 has the same rules as
    The Door Scene – Part 1
    Challenge:

    Introduction to Visual Storytelling

    A person is about to open a door. The person hears a sound and becomes mildly concerned.
    ...
    her keys. The
    The
    person hears
    ...
    visibly apprehensive.
    As

    [As
    the filmmaker,
    ...
    can think of.of.]
    The film closes with the person finally opening the door and getting to the other side safely.
    Here,[Here you want
    ...
    relief and safety.safety.]
    Parameters/Limitations:
    • NeitherNeither the character
    ...
    the sound.
    • The film

    The video
    can have
    ...
    one actor.
    • The film

    The video
    may not
    ...
    90 seconds.
    • The

    The
    entire filmvideo must take
    ...
    the door.
    • You

    You
    must assemble
    ...
    go along, WITHOUT using No editing equipment.
    The Door Scene: Part 2 Assignment:
    CHOOSE
    on computer.
    ASSIGNMENT FOR EACH STUDENT:
    1) Create a Storyboard that describes
    the best story from your team. You may combineyou have created.
    Use
    the best parts of 2 stories, but be sure to follow the 3-Act Structure.
    RE-DRAW your storyboards
    storyboard paper
    Number each shot
    Choose a camera angle
    for the chosen story. You must use at least 3 differenteach shot
    Add
    camera shots. Every detail must be included in your storyboard. It must be so visually clear that a stranger, unfamiliar with the scenario, could take your storyboard and shoot the film exactlymovements as you visualized it when creating your storyboard.
    RE-WRITE your team script according
    needed.
    Add words where needed
    to describe the strict script format rules.
    VERIFY
    shot, but not dialogue
    Include enough information so
    that someone else who has never seen the script is written in proper format (each team member must agree). All of the Action and Dialog must be contained in the script. Only include the information needed by the director tostoryboard before could shoot the screens.
    When you are ready, choose a Director, Camera Operator, and Grip, and turn
    this scene***
    Turn
    in your script and storyboard to Mr. Corken.
    YOU MUST FINISH BY END OF CLASS TODAY!
    completed storyboard.
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