How to Prepare for Video Studio Use

To Save Graphics to TriCaster Folder Start, Computer Right Click, My Computer (This PC on Windows 10 machine) Map Network Drive Drive: T Folder: \\TRICASTER-1CCED\Users\TriCaster\Desktop Finish *Please note the Tricaster machine in the studio must be turned on to connect to this folder* Images for Green Screen must be landscape… Continue reading

Conduct an Interview

Filming an interview is more than just filming someone answering questions. It requires a good interviewer, who understands the social aspects of interviewing and can make the interviewee feel at ease. Select Interviewee First, find a suitable Interviewee. The best interviewees are passionate and articulate when they speak. If you… Continue reading

Produce a Video

Every form of video production has 3 phases. The tasks within each phase may very slightly depending what type of video project it is but they all have 3 distinct parts. Those parts are,  Pre-Production, Production and Post Production. Each phase also offers an opportunity for student assessment. PRE-PRODUCTION: This… Continue reading

Daily Announcements Step-by-Step

SCRIPT – Anchors Check email from teachers for announcements (username: hsannouncements@uasdraiders.org, password: s3unuXUs) Use Teleprompter app on iPad to write script, check sports schedule and add good luck lines Place iPad on camera stand and check battery life LIGHTS – Turn on red switch on the two power strips located on… Continue reading

Lighting for Video

This traditional method uses three lights on a subject: Key Light: the main source of light, usually the brightest. Fill Light: a dimmer (less intense) light used to “fill” in shadows caused by the key light, and prevent the shadow side of the subject from going completely dark. Back (or Top)… Continue reading