Educator's Survival Guide to TV Production Equipment and Setup
With this guide you can select, connect, and effectively use the right audio and video production equipment for your school. The authors describe a variety of production equipment (e.g., camcorders, editing equipment, video mixers), in-depth selection/assessment criteria, and how to establish your school's own television production studio.
Setting up and maintaining a television production studio can be a big challenge, but this handbook makes it easy-and it helps you save time and money! Designed specifically for educators, the book helps you select, connect, and use audio and video production equipment in the school. The authors describe a variety of production equipment (e.g., camcorders, microphones, VCRs, editing equipment, video mixers) and offer an in-depth discussion of selection criteria. They guide you through a detailed assessment of your existing equipment and through the establishment of a television production studio, from size and location to lights, backdrops, and communication systems. There are even directions for presenting completed video programs-using multiple televisions, video projectors, and closed-circuit systems. A complete chapter is dedicated to working with vendors in areas of equipment purchase, rental and repair, blank tape purchase, videotape duplication, and production music. Numerous illustrations an
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