BCST 140 Studio Video Production (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
Theory and operation of video production equipment and facilities. Video production planning and organization; concept development, and production management. Instruction in camera, audio, lighting, live switching, server operation as well as above-the-line roles such as writer, director, producer, etc. Students acquire knowledge and skills by creating studio-based video programming.
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe and evaluate the video production process.
- Outcome 2: Operate video and associated equipment, including: audio console, video switcher, lighting board, cameras, graphics/character generators and video file servers.
- Outcome 3: Describe the responsibilities of each above-the-line, non-technical video production team member and perform these roles the studio environment.
- Outcome 4: Describe the responsibilities and perform video production below-the-line, technical roles in the studio environment.
- Outcome 5: Apply understanding of picture composition: Framing principles, three-point lighting, appropriate use of graphic and text material, video effects, aesthetics and studio set considerations.
- Outcome 6: Participate in a studio video project with related preproduction steps and materials such as a project treatment, script, storyboard, production schedule, set design, lighting plot, camera blocking diagram, talent/actor blocking diagram, production notes, facilities, request forms, and talent and/or copyright release forms, and project assessment.