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Digital Media Prod.

Field Production Production Activities That Takes Place Away From The Studio
Medium Requirements All Personnel, Equipment, and Facilities needed for a production, as well as budgets, schedules, and the various production phases.
Multi-Camera Production The use of two nor more cameras to capture a scene simultaneously from different points of view. Each camera's output can be recorded separately (ISO Configuration) and/or audio sweetening.
Preproduction The preparation of all production details.
Process Message The message actually perceived by the viewer in the process of watching a video program.
Production the actual activities during which which an event is recorded and/or televised
Production Model Moving from the idea to the program objective and then backing up to the specific medium requirements to achieve the program objective.
Program Objective The desired effect of the program on the viewer. The defined process message
Single-Camera Production All the video is captured by a single camera or camcorder for post production editing. Similar to the traditional film approach. Also called film-style
Studio Production Production activities that takes place in the studio
Clustering Having Two Connections and seeing how they can be relevant
Brainstorming Having one main idea and getting different ideas off of that main idea
Angle Specific Approach to a story
Script Layout of the action and dialogue associated with the project
Created by: migmolina_12


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