Studio Operation and Image Control
Part of this Programme
Cinema, Video and Multimedia Communication
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 6
Year | Type of course unit | Language
2 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
168 | 60
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Prof. J. Barata: The production / realization of multicamera programs Audiovisual grammar The functions of the team The producer and the production assistants The realization team The planning The planning The request of the means The map of the works The Control of the Chamber The Mixture of the image Prof . J. Antero: Performing in the studio Operators and camera assistants The Cameras Videotapes and servers Graphic design Audio Operators and audio assistants Audiovisual grammar The language of the filmmakers in the régie. The scale of plans Maps of chambers (plant) Positions, heights and framing of plans Technical means. Tripods, cranes, telepont, lenses Prof. L. Silva: The studio lighting The functions of the lighting team The Light Designer The Electrician The lighting assistants The stage set The functions of the stage set The setter The materials (absorption and reflection of light) Design and construction The team Hairdressing and Make-up
Learn and use the main linguistic / aesthetic concepts of a studio project. Use the terminology of multi-camera studio production conveniently. Acquire complementary knowledge about all the functions of a studio television production team. To create technical and creative specificities in order to enable the student to develop basic works in the area of multi-camera television production.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
It is intended to equip students with the technical-operational knowledge and skills that enable them to develop and produce projects in the areas of film and television, so that they can effectively apply the processes and technical specificities of a multi-camera production in the audiovisual market.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Exposition of theoretical concepts followed by classes with practical exercises that will support the various functions that can perform in multi-camera exercises, for a better understanding of the television production in the studio. Evaluation: Final classification: result of these moments: - Continuous evaluation (20%) - Presence mandatory with markings of absences, attendance and punctuality, motivation and participation in classes. The student can not give more than 3 absences (being excluded from the final evaluation if it exceeds the value). - Final practical work - Recording of a fiction program for LIVE-TO-TAPE television. 40% (see specific exercise form)
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Herlinger, Mark (2005) The MultiCamera Director, Western Media Products.
Jacobson, Mitch. (2010) Mastering MultiCamera Techs: From Preproduction to Editing & Deliv., Oxford: Focal Press.
Lowell, Ross (2002). Matters of Light and Depth. NY: Loweel-Light Manuf.
Millerson, Gerald e Owens, Jim (2012). TV Prod. Oxford. Focal Press.
Mobsby, Nick (2001). Lighting Sys. for TV Studios. Tech Press.
Singleton-Turner, Roger (2011) Cue & Cut: A Practical Approach to Working in Multi-camera Studios. Manchester U.Press
Zettl, Herbert (2012). TV Prod. Handbook. Boston: Wadsworth Series in Broadcast and Production.