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DMA320-Syllabus - DMA 320 TV Directing I(TTh 9:30am-12:00pm...

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DMA 320 OFFICE HOURS TV Directing I (TTh 9:30am-12:00pm) Dr. George Vinovich, Professor of Television/Film TTH 12:00-1:00 PM LCH A215 (310) 243-3945 [email protected] TTH 3:00-4:00 PM COURSE OBJECTIVE : Introduction to the basic equipment, theory and procedures used in directing television and video production. Students will become proficient in the fundamental operation of camera, VTR, CG, TCG, Proc Amp, WFM/VEC, lighting, audio mixer, and nonlinear editing. Each student shoots and edits a 3-4 minute Videographic production . Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in DMA 323 required. TEXT: Vinovich, Avid System Editing Manual Vinovich, EFP System Manual MATERIALS: (4) Sony Betacam SP Video Tapes (Source Tapes for Project Shooting and Mastering) $12ea (1) VHS T-120 (Window Dub tape for home EDL) $3ea (1) Walkman Headphones with 1/8” Mini Plug (For monitoring audio on location) $10 (1) Leather Work Gloves (For handling Lighting Equipment on location) $3 (1) Floppy Disk (For Backup Storage of Edit Decision List and Project Master Files) $1 COURSE CONTENT 1. The TV Production Team -above-the-line and below-the-line production personnel and crew functions. 2. Video Technology - NTSC scanning, sync, time code preset & jam sync, VTR’s, TBC’s, and tape formats. 3. Audio Technology - calibration, attenuation, riding gain, panning, equalization, and mixing. 4. Video Engineering - calibration using SMPTE Color Bars, Proc Amp , SEG, and WFM/VEC test instruments. 5. Camera Operation - focus, zoom, exposure, shot composition, and basic camera movement such as pan/tilt. 6. SEG Operation - cuts, wipes, dissolves, keys, downstream mixing, and blue screen special effects. 7. Lighting basic setup and operation of different types of lighting instruments and diffusion materials.
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