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TITLE: Video training basics [videorecording]
DESCRIPTION: 1 videodisc : sd., col. , 4 3/4 in.
NOTES: I. Camera module ; 2. Sound module; 3. Editing module
NOTES: I. The Camera, the first in the three part series on Video Training Basics, looks at some simple yet important principles to follow while using a video camera. From hand-cranked cameras to silent movies, the journey of the cinematic image has been a long one, but the rules have remained largely unchanged. Using the camera creatively can't be easily slotted into a do's and don'ts video. The camera is often compared to the human eye. Yet, what a difference between how the eye creates a perspective and how we use the camera to perform like the eye; II. Recording sound, the second in the video training basics three part series, explores some basic principles of recording sound especially on location; III. Editing points to the basic grammar of putting together a series of recorded moving images into a coherent cinematic sentence. It is during the editing process that a film develops its narrative style and structure, bringing together form and content. It is often a lengthy process that needs patient attention to detail, and constant reworking.
NOTES: English
ADDED ENTRY: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
ADDED ENTRY: Programme for Creative Content, Communication and Information Sector
ADDED ENTRY: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

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