Articles about Video Production
NEWS. AUTO RACING In our quest to bring you just a little more from the local racing scene, we’ll be offering some new features for the 2009 season. Now it’s time to dabble in some video production and see where we can go. NEWS. A photo of Benjamin Love, a town youth, will appear Sept. 30 on Broadway in New York as part of the National Down’s Syndrome Society’s awareness campaign to show that people with the condition can be included in community activities.
About 200 photos will appear in a video production to be shown on the NBC Astrovision by Panasonic in the heart of Times Square in Manhattan. NEWS. An after-school club has been formed at East Hampton Middle School. The program is designed for sixth- and seventh-graders and offers such activities as sports, tournaments, homework groups, board games, craft activities and video production. COMMUNITY.
A group of Middletown High School video production students recently took third place in a short film contest at a national conference in Dallas. Each team was tasked with creating a short film after being given only a title and a prop, said Middletown High School TV and video production teacher Lauren Pszczolkowski. NEWS. High school students could soon use part of their school day to repair a computer, take sophisticated digital photographs, strum a guitar, produceing a morning news show or perform the plays of August Wilson. Middletown High School is requesting board of education approval to offer 13 new courses, most of them in the fields of technology or the performing arts, beginning with the 2008-09 school year, when the high school relocates to Wilderman’s Way.
NEWS. High school students could soon use part of their school day to repair a computer, take sophisticated digital photographs, strum a guitar, produce a morning news show or perform the plays of August Wilson. Middletown High School is requesting board of education approval to offer 13 new courses, most of them in technology or the performing arts, beginning with the 2008-09 school year, when the high school relocates to Wilderman’s Way.
Video Production Milwaukee
FRESH COAST Studios in Milwaukee Wisconsin is a leading provider of video production, audio recording, multimedia, media consulting, DVD and Blu-ray authoring, CD, DVD and Blu-ray duplication, graphic design, equipment sales, equipment rental, video lighting and grip, and meeting staging services. For more than 3 decades we have remained committed to technical excellence, quality service and fair pricing. Fresh Coast, Ltd. is a full service video production, graphic design and multimedia company. Our investment in the most up-to-date digital video, high definition video taping, and ultra high definition digitizing, video editing and multimedia authoring technology insures every project will be produced to the most exacting quality standards.
The.Wisconsin Video Production Connection and Video Wisconsin along with Fresh Coast Production Resources provides corporate video, broadcast television and Indy film producers around the country with on-location production support in Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. The.RALPH PABST Co. can help you maximize the potential of todays media technology with creative services, scriptwriting, consulting and meeting planning, to insure your message reaches your audience in the most effective and cost-efficient manner. FRESH COAST Studios offers digital audio recording, video equipment sales and service, equipment rental, video lighting and grip and meeting staging services. Since 1982, the FRESH COAST name has come to mean excellence in video production and independent film production in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the Midwest.
Now FRESH COAST Studios is proud to announce a newly remodeled studio installation that boasts the largest commercial. Over 44 feet long by 12 feet high, complete with matching floor covering, this system provides uncompromising opportunities for special effects shooting and compositing. As part of the facility’s capabilities, we have installed matchmoving technology and the latest in multi-layer graphics workstation hardware for absolute excellence in virtual reality and virtual set digital video production.
PRODUCTION DICTIONARY THE DICTIONARY FILM, AUDIO, and VIDEO TERMINOLOGY INTRODUCTION The Dictionary is an extensive on-line reference of film, video and audio terminology as applicable to production and post production. Whenever there is a term which you can not find here, you might be dealing with new film, video, or audio production slang. Balance Stripe: On magnetic-striped film, a narrow band of magnetic coating applied to the edge opposite the magnetic sound track which serves to make the film lie flat when it goes over magnetic sound heads. Edit Decision List: The list of SMPTE codes, in footage and frames, and including instructions for fades, dissolves and other special effects which corresponds to all the segments that the editor of a film or videotape production has decided to use in the final cut. Production Sound: Recording and/or mixing sound on location during the film or video shoot.
Quarter Inch: A reference to the standard width magnetic audio tape which is used to record film production sound. Reduction Printing: The production of a copy of a film which is of a smaller size or gauge than the original. Re-recording: The process of mixing all edited music, effects and dialog tracks of a film or video production to mono, stereo, multichannel or whatever audio format is desired for the final print master. Shotgun Mic: A highly directional microphone, usually with a long, tubular body; used by the production sound mixer on location or on the set for film and television productions. Sound Designer: A film sound specialist responsible for the development and augmentation of all soundtrack material, or a significant portion thereof, and is ultimately in charge of the entire sound production.
Soundtrack: Generically refers to the music contained in a film, though it literally means the entire audio portion of a film, video or television production, including effects and dialog. Time Base Signal: A signal recorded on the edge of film in a camera to match a signal recorded on a magnetic recording which is used as a fast means of synchronizing film and sound workprints.