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Television Production Process

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Television Production Process

We added a whole bunch of videos on television production to our channel!! This is the first lecture for the course, “Introduction to TV Production” at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah. The lecture introduces the student to basic elements of television production and prepares students with terms and definitions that will be used throughout future lectures. Please help us make more videos like this one by becoming a patron on Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/howzitdun. The video also demonstrates the use of the Community Education Channel studios to produce lecture videos. Professors can use three different camera angles depending on the type of content they are presenting. They can interact with graphics in a “Powerpoint on the projector” type setup. They can demonstrate using closeup shots of the subject of the demonstration. Finally, they can quickly jump back and forth between their computer screens and their live, on-camera lecture. This setup far surpasses the typical “sit in front of my web cam and record a lecture” type setup. Professors have the option of editing out mistakes, making the lecture more like live lectures by providing more movement, and using a variety of tools to make taped lectures more exciting in general.

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