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Analog video Video uses a continuous electrical signal to capture footage on a magnetic tape.
Digital video Videos that are made up of 1's and 0's, binary formats, that represent the video image which computers can read.
Capture To record audio, video, or still images as digital data in a file.
Frame A single picture or still shot in a video.
Frame rate The number of video frames played per second.
NTSC Television 24- frames per second (23.967)
Resolution Number of pixels that can be displayed on a screen.
480p (720x480) Standard definition
720p (1280x720) High definition
1080p (1920x1080) High definition
Pre-production Task undertaken before production begins.
Brainstorming Producing ideas through spontaneous group discussion.
Script writing The written text for your movie.
Story boarding A sequence of drawings, with directions and sometimes dialog, that represents planned shots for a movie.
Casting Finding appropriate people to play the roles of the video.
Production Filming the video.
Field of view The extent of what can be seen in a still or video shot.
Shot types Wide, Medium, tight.
Panning Sweeping movement of a camera horizontally across a scene.
Zooming Gradually changing from a longer to shorter shot or vice versa.
Framing The process of creating composition in your shots. Follow the rule of thirds.
Capturing video Importing video from the original recording device.
Clips Small segments of a larger video.
Trim To hide parts of a file or clip without deleting them from the original source.
Sequence A variety of wide, medium, and tight video shots edited together.
Timeline Shows the components of the movie such as photos, video, audio clips and titles in the order and timing that they will appear in movie.
Rolling credits Include cast and credits for sources.
Soundtracks A musical recording that accompanies and is frequently synchronized with a video.
Sound Effects Artificially created or enhanced sounds to emphasize content or enhance a creative point in a video.
Narration Audio of one or more people that has been recorded to enhance or assist in telling the story for your video.
Transitions The visual movements as one picture, video clip, or title changes to another.
Video effects Enable you to add special effects to your movie, such as a vintage look or changing a video to black and white.
AVI Movie formats Audio video interleave
MOV Movie format Movie
MPEG Movie format Moving picture experts group
FLV Movie Format Flash
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