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Video Production

You have been armed with many great post-production tips, ranging from how to perform various three point editing techniques in Final Cut Pro, , to creating menus in DVD Studio Pro, but do you remember the phrase "Garbage In Garbage Out?" The level of success you can acheive with the wares we discuss on a daily basis is largely dependent on the Production side of the equation.

You must know how to properly light a subject, you must learn how to compose a shot and you have to learn how to mic people. Yes, there are techniques in Avid and Final Cut that can help when you haven been less than perferct in these areas, but we're not teaching you to be a hack, we want you to become a professional. We'll start slow.

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Emphasizing a medium closeup of a person on camera is a balance between background and lighting. You don't want a busy background, like a tree growing out of a subject's head and you must know light placement and how many lights to use. Receiving instruction in abstract terms and watching someone else do it alone will not make you a professional. Hands on application of these concepts will get you started in the right direction. In January, GeniusDV will be provding an outlet for those of you who want hands on video production training.

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