- PRE-PRODUCTION a. Pre-Production b. Story Structure c. Shot List & Storyboards d. Scouting Locations e. Casting f. Scheduling g. Rehearsals & Blocking h. Legalities
- PRODUCTION a. Use A DSLR Camera b. Manual Camera Controls c. Composition d. Lighting Techniques e. Audio Recording
- POST-PRODUCTION a. Editing, Transcoding & Intermediate Formats b. Primary Correction And Secondary Correction c. Music d. The Master, The Backup & Exports
- WIDE SHOT (WS) – The wide shot shows the entire actor or group of actors, from top to bottom. The entire scene is visible.
- MEDIUM SHOT (MS) – The medium shot shows the upper body and head of the actor.
- MEDIUM CLOSE-UP (MCU) – The medium close-up focuses on the detail of the actors, usually the face and upper chest.
- CLOSE-UP (CU) – The close-up shot is when you film the upper shoulders and the face of the actor, or simply the face and neck, and this will highlight an emotional and dramatic scene.
- EXTREME CLOSE-UP (ECU) – The extreme close-up will just feature the face.
- OVER THE SHOULDER (OTS) – Over the Shoulder shots help to maintain the feeling that the actors are talking to one another, rather than to the viewer.
- Import Video Clips
- Backup Video Clips
- Edit Video Clips Into A Sequence
- Add Graphics, Effects, Titles
- Perform Colour Corrections
- Apply Film Looks
- Add Sound Effects
- Add Music
- Export Master File
- Backup Master File
- Create Web Copies
- Distribute Web Copies
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