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One Day on Earth Interactive Lesson #6

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Published on February 26, 2014

Author: OneDayonEarth

Source: slideshare.net

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One Day on Earth is a global community of filmmakers, educators, students, and inspired individuals. We are committed to using documentary filmmaking as a platform to create greater understanding and civic engagement around the issues that will most affect or future.

This slideshow is part of a complete curriculum designed to give teachers an entry point to using filmmaking and social media as powerful educational tools.

See more at www.onedayonearth.org/education
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Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Foorage Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

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Different cameras record information in different formats. ! The format your camera shoots affects the data rate, or size, of the footage it produces. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Transfer Your Footage from your camera to your computer. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Organizing your Footage Part 1: Making Sure Your Computer Understands You Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Organizing your Footage Certain symbols are difficult for computers to understand while trying to read your file. ,?&+= ??????????? Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Organizing your Footage For this reason, most professional editors use only numerals, letters, underscore ( _ ) and dot ( . ) in their file names. beach_take1.mov I’m happy to process your request! Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Organizing your Footage Part 2: Making Sure You understand You Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

Organizing your Footage To stay organize in post-production, you will want to be as consistent as possible while choosing your file names. ! A typical file naming convention goes from least to most specific: project_reel_scene_shot.filetype Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

This is an example of a well organized project folder: Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

This is an example of a well organized project folder: In this example Danny is using the abbreviation ‘ODOE’ for One Day on Earth. This comes first because it is the name of the project, and therefore the least specific. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

This is an example of a well organized project folder: The next term is “Danny.” This is the participant’s name. Since Danny is sharing this computer with other students doing their own One Day on Earth projects, this level of specificity defines which student created this clip. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

What goes in all these folders? Every time you export a version of your completed piece, this is a cut. The first ones are typically called rough cuts, and your final version is called the final cut. There can be many cuts in between. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

What goes in all these folders? These are all of Danny’s shots, also called raw footage. His naming convention starts: ODOE_Danny_Footage, and he continues to get more specific by listing the subject, then the shot type, and then the take. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

What goes in all these folders? Graphics such as text overlays, photographs, or other images to be used in his piece should be stored in a separate folder. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

What goes in all these folders? Any songs, voice over, or sound effects that Danny may want to use in his piece are kept here. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

What goes in all these folders? Project files. When you are working within an editing program, all of your work will be stored as a file. This is where you will keep that file. If each student is participating individually, there should be 1 project file for each student. Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

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Journal: Read through what you wrote on your day of filming and reflect on your experience. Write in your journal about your experience. What did you shoot, when did you shoot it, where did you shoot it, for how long? What did you learn? What happened that you didn't expect to happen? What was your favorite moment? If you could do it again, what would you do differently? Lesson 6: Transferring and Organizing Footage

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