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The Professional Filmmaker's Training

"The Professional Filmmaker's Training".Do you want to learn professional filmmaking, do you want to learn how to become a professional Filmmaker's, how you can start producing your own movie. Are you searching for professional Filmmaker's training, professional Filmmaker's course, digital filmmaking training, digital filmmaking course or online Professional Filmmaker's training course. if yes, indigenous i.t solution training institute (Online Training Ng) has brought an intensive training to learn professional filmmaking online from the comfort of your home or office. This training will take you by the hand and show you everything about professional filmmaking, this training cover the complete A to Z guide of Professional filmmaking. This training is about making movies, whether they are dramatic features, documentaries, music videos, corporate videos, multimedia projects, TV programs, commercials, webisodes, or home videos. Actually, “movie” isn’t the right term to describe all types of productions; no single word is. You could call them “motion pictures,” but that has echoes of Hollywood hype (especially when preceded by “major”). Sometimes the name we use for a production has to do with how it’s made. For example, if you say you’re making a “video,” people will probably assume you’re shooting with a video camera, not a film camera. But often the name has more to do with how the end product is distributed. A documentary shown in a theater might be a “film,” but if you saw the same thing on television you might call it a “show” or a “program.” A two-hour drama may begin life as a “picture,” be called a “feature” when shown at a festival, a “release” in theaters, a “movie” when broadcast on television or streamed on the Internet, and a “DVD” or “Blu-ray” at a retail store. This confusion about names reflects how diverse the many forms of production and distribution have become. There was a time when a “film” was photographed on celluloid film, edited on film, and shown on film. Though that is still possible, today a digital production will most likely be shot in high definition video, or in a 2K or 4K digital file format using a digital cinematography camera; then it will be digitally edited and released in a wide variety of digital media including professional tape cassette, DVD, Blu-ray, and hard disk drives containing digital media files for Internet streaming and downloading, digital broadcast and cable, and digital theater projection. Because movies are now created, manipulated, and shown in all sorts of new ways, the old, hard distinctions between filmmakers, videomakers, and digital video artists no longer apply. In the wake of the digital video revolution, all approaches now pass through a computer. This is why the term workflow, borrowed from IT (information technology) to describe the careful step-by-step management of a complex project, is now used by filmmakers to talk about strategies for managing digital production, editing, and finishing. The first training edition of The Professional Filmmaker’s Training was about film only. The second and third editions added analog, then digital video. In this fourth edition, the focus is shifted even further toward digital technologies. This is not because film is dead—it isn’t yet, though its future is increasingly limited. Equipment manufacturers are no longer making film cameras, and theaters are steadily converting to digital. Nevertheless, some of the largest and smallest productions are still being done with film. This training is presented from the point of view that media makers will reach for whatever tools suit them best to record, edit, and display their work. Their toolset can include digital and film technologies in any number of configurations. Which brings us back to the problem of names. Given the expansiveness of the media-making process, what shall we call the work being produced? As this is The Professional Filmmaker’s Training, we’ll call the end product a “film” or a “movie.” This is for convenience only and is not meant to suggest any limitations in terms of the media, formats, or equipment used to make or distribute the production.


Introduction to Digital and Film Systems
  • Digital Video Systems
  • The Video Format
  • What Is Compression?
  • Comparing Video Formats
  • High Definition Digital Formats
  • Digital Cinematography Systems
  • Standard Definition Digital Formats
  • Standard Definition Analog Formats Recording to Memory Cards, Drives, and Discs
  • Sound Recording for Video
  • Video Editing
  • Film Systems
  • Comparing Film Formats
  • Sound
  • Recording for Film
  • Film Editing
  • Shooting Digital Versus Shooting Film.

Before You Begin Production
  • Getting Your Movie Off the Ground. 
  • Formats for the Big Screen and the Small(er) Screen.
  • The “Look” of the Movie.
  • The Impact of Sensor Size and Film Gauge.
  • Color and Sensitivity to Light.
  • Sharpness and Focus.
  • Aspect Ratio Choices.
  • Frame Rate and Scanning Choices.
  • Choosing a Camera
  • Planning Your Workflow
  • Managing Data in Production and Post.
  • The Importance of Sound.
  • Coping with Technology.

The Video Camcorder
  • Initial Settings
  • Viewfinder and Monitor Setup
  • Picture Controls
  • Recording to Cards, Drives, and Optical Discs.
  • Types of Media
  • Managing Data on the Shoot
  • Recording to Digital Tape
  • Operating the Camcorder
  • Batteries and Power Supplies
  • Camera Sensitivity
  • Other Camera Features.

The Lens
  • Focal Length and Perspective
  • The Light-Gathering Power of the Lens.
  • Focusing the Image.
  • Choosing a Zoom Lens
  • Prime Lenses
  • Close Focusing
  • Lens Quality and Condition
  • The Lens Mount
  • Lens Seating Problems
  • Care of the Lens.

The Video Image
  • Forming the Video Image
  • The Digital Video Camera’s Response to Light.
  • Understanding and Controlling Contrast.
  • What Is Gamma?
  • Gamma Options When Shooting
  • Video Color Systems
  • Some Image Manipulations and Artifacts.
  • Video Monitors and Projectors
  • Timecode
  • Digital Video Recording—How It Works. Pixels and Resolution
  • Working with Digital Data
  • Digital Connections
  • Hard Drive Storage
  • RAIDs
  • File Formats and Data Exchange
  • Digital Compression
  • Compression Methods
  • A Few Common Codecs.

The Film Camera
  • The Film Gate and Shutter
  • Camera Speed and Motors
  • Viewing Systems
  • The Reflex Viewfinder
  • Camera Film Capacity
  • Other Camera Features
  • Camera Tests and Maintenance.

The Film Image
  • Properties of the Film Stock
  • Contrast of the Image
  • Sharpness
  • Choosing a Raw Stock
  • Packaging, Handling, and Purchasing.
  • The Light Meter and Exposure Control
  • Light Meters.
  • Taking Readings
  • Exposure and Film Stocks
  • The Film Lab During Production.
  • Screening the Rushes.

Color and Filters
  • Color
  • Color Temperature
  • Filters
  • Matte Boxes and Lens Shades

Shooting the Movie
  • The Goals of Production
  • Composition and Shot Selection
  • The Moving Camera
  • Style and Direction 
  • Dramatic Films
  • Documentaries
  • Preparing for Production
  • Preparing the Script and Approach.
  • Scheduling and Planning
  • Organizing the Production.
  • The Equipment Package
  • In Production Logging
  • Supporting the Camera
  • Slow Motion, Fast Motion, and Judder.
  • Slow Motion
  • Fast Motion
  • Judder or Strobing
  • Shooting TVs and Video Monitors
  • Shooting in 3D

Sound Recording Systems
  • Sound
  • How Audio Is Recorded
  • Analog Audio Recording
  • Digital Audio Recording
  • Types of Audio Recorders
  • Digital Audio Recorders
  • Audio in the Video Camera
  • The Analog Tape Recorder
  • The Microphone
  • Audio Connections

Sound Recording Techniques
  • Preparing for a Shoot
  • Gathering Gear
  • The Sound Recordist’s Role
  • Recording Technique
  • Setting the Recording Level
  • Music, Narration, and Effects
  • Other Recording Issues
  • Recording Double System for Video and Film.
  • Syncing Audio and Picture
  • Operating a Double-System Recorder.

  • Light
  • Lighting Equipment
  • Bulbs
  • Types of Lighting Instruments
  • Lighting Technique
  • Lighting Styles
  • Positioning Lights
  • Controlling Lighting Contrast
  • Lighting and Color
  • Special Lighting Effects
  • Location Lighting

Picture and Dialogue Editing
  • Some Film Theory
  • Approaches to Editing
  • Dialogue Editing
  • The Editing Process
  • Titles

Editing Digital Video
  • Components of a Nonlinear Editing System.
  • How the NLE Plays and Edits Media
  • Postproduction Workflow
  • What Format or Resolution to Edit In?
  • Importing and Organizing Your Material
  • Importing Files
  • Capturing from Tape
  • Creating and Editing Sequences
  • Basic Sound Editing
  • Working with Double-System Sound
  • Basic Video Effects
  • Titles, Graphics, and Stills
  • Mixing and Converting Formats
  • Working with 24p and Pulldown
  • Editing 24p Footage
  • Finishing and Output
  • Managing Media
  • Exporting a File
  • Output to Tape
  • Creating a DVD or Blu-ray
  • Creating a Digital Cinema Package
  • Color Correction
  • Tape Editing
  • The EDL and Online Editing.

Sound Editing and Mixing
  • The Sound Editing Process
  • Sound Editing Tools
  • Sound Editing Technique
  • Music
  • Some Sound Editing Issues
  • Preparing for the Mix
  • The Sound Mix
  • Level and Dynamic Range
  • Frequency Range and EQ
  • Other Sound Processing
  • Mix Formats
  • Deliverables

Working with Film in Postproduction
  • Overview of Film-Video Transfers
  • Some Film-Digital Workflows
  • Film-to-Digital Transfer Devices.
  • Telecine Options and Controls
  • Recording Format and Scanning Options.
  • Image Control
  • Audio Options
  • Film Transfer Data
  • Booking a Transfer
  • Editing Film Digitally
  • Preparing to Edit
  • Editing Considerations for Traditional Film Finish.
  • When You’re Done with the Offline Edit.
  • From Digital to Film
  • Preparing for the Digital-to-Film Transfer.
  • Traditional Film Conforming and Blowups.
  • Preparing the Original for Printing
  • Blowups
  • Making Film Prints
  • Printing Basics
  • Answer Prints
  • Intermediates
  • Release Prints
  • Sound for Film Prints
  • Analog Optical Tracks
  • Digital Sound Tracks
  • Film Projection

Producing and Distributing the Movie
  • Developing the Project
  • Funding Sources
  • Budgets
  • Business Arrangements
  • Legal and Copyright Issues
  • Protecting Your Work
  • Releases for Real People, Places, and Things.
  • Using Copyrighted Material
  • Distribution and Marketing
  • A Last Word

Additional lessons
  • Adjusting a Video Monitor
  • Data Rates and Storage Needs for Various Digital Formats.
  • Depth of Field Tables
  • Hyperfocal Distance Table
  • Angle of View in Different Formats.

And many others, you will learn many things in this powerful training which I can't mention here.

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