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Week of Sept. 9-13

posted Sep 5, 2013, 6:27 PM by Michael Reilly   [ updated Sep 5, 2013, 6:31 PM ]

A few "housecleaning" tasks to start:  many people have not sent me an AKS spreadsheet according to the directions on the Technology page.   

In addition, I would like everyone to send me a link to their portfolio.  The grading rubric for that portfolio (just a beginning, to hold your stuff for the year), is here.  Email it with the email subject "CDAT16 Portfolio".  PLEASE do this correctly so it is easy for me to find.

As for this week:

- All Chemistry students should have a team plan for the week, reviewed Monday.

- Video students should show me any revised video from the GS01-GS09 series (most did not do well), and you should also include a demo of "green screen" techniques.

Finally, I will probably need you to take turns earning community service by checking out equipment to the class each day.  Who's up first?

Week of Sept. 3-6

posted Sep 2, 2013, 11:23 AM by Michael Reilly   [ updated Sep 3, 2013, 9:04 AM ]

Tuesday you will have your "Getting Started" video skills graded.

On Wednesday of this week, we will start with Mr. Chris Heim during 5th period.  He is an audio engineer who has recorded shows like "Atlanta Eats", "Say yes to the dress" and others.  He will be working with our video and music students on the types of audio to capture, how to do it.  

Thursday and Friday should focus on learning green screen, then ambient sound capture for videos.  Each person should be able to show me their own example.  You don't have to, but you can combine these techniques (green screen and ambient sound).

Due 8/23

posted Aug 15, 2013, 1:56 PM by Michael Reilly   [ updated Aug 15, 2013, 2:10 PM ]

We will be using a lot for our beginning.

In our first week, you should cover videos GS-01 thru GS-09, to establish your basics.  It is crucial to understand a lot of the math behind video, like pixel aspect ratio, and more.  That's this stuff.

Make an example for each of techniques listed in the videos, in a subfolder for each.  Note:  it is SO important to keep a good folder system for original work, and separate folders for videos, images, audio.

Some of the videos might be too easy, or necessary parts of another video, just be ready to show me YOUR individual attempts.

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