Video recording camera tricks, different effects, camera angles, body language, and preparation of script. Showing the pass of time through different techniques such as: Characters eat many mealsTimelapse (day to night)Clothing changeDialogue FlashbacksChange in climate/weather (snow to sun)Involves: ActorsDirectorsWritersProducersTechnical crew members such as: camera operators, electrical technicians, and sound technicians.Makeup artists and hair stylistsShould have an executive producer: Advertises the project and does their best to sell it to the network.The executive producer:Should then finalize the budget and all creative personnel, including the writer, line producer, director etc.The writer should create the script for each individual show that should often take place during pre production and rehearsals to correct problems that occured by the actors or directors.The director’s job is to:Help choose actors, locations, and the visual design of the production.Ex. style of sets and wardrobe.Edit the videorecording.The director is responsible for:The way the actors perform and the movement of the camera.The production manager is responsible for: Physical production elements.The assistant director is responsible for:Reporting to the director.Taking control of the set. Managing other issues.The cinematographer is responsible for:Operating the cameraLighting the set and the care and movement of the cameraThe production designer is responsible for:The design and the setup of the sets and the wardrobe.Videotape production involves both a technical director and video engineer.A technical director is responsible for video recording.Video engineers are responsible for the service of the electronic equipment. Should easily pick up on a though for a program and the creation of a script.Commiting to a film a show.Three main stages to create a show are: pre-production, principle photography, and post-production.Before shooting this involves; planning, budgeting, and preparation.Three key people involved in pre-production are: Production managerDirectorCasting directorThe production manager’s first job is to produce a preliminary budget, hire a location manager, and locate important crew department leaders. The director’s activities are to view the script and check for improvement, begin the casting process, and select assistant directors and camera operators. The director of the film will have to approve any decisions made be made involving cast, creative crew, location, schedule, or visual elements.All the filming is recorded. Using one of two basic methods all television programs are shot of photography: single camera film production and multiple camera tape production. The single camera method is used to create movies for television and dramatic series. Each script is divided into their own scenes.Each scene will be shot from plenty of different angles.All of the action is filmed by the widest shot.Other shots include closer angles of the characters in different ways.That shot can be either a medium shot or extreme close-up.Scenes are scheduled to be filmed according to production order.There are three or four videotape cameras that are all on one specific event on set.Each scene is shot in order.There are a list of camera positions and framing requirements that the camera operator has to follow. The director asks for camera adjustments if needed when the scene is currently getting filmed.Begins with filming and continues until the project is sent to air to the network.The two main activities of post-production are:The editing or organization of the video footage.The development of a finished soundtrack.Editing may begin. In single-camera shoots, the film from each day is looked at a different time by the director, producer, and network in chronical order.The editors then break them down and organize them into scenes.The director then receives the piece and further edits which creates the director’s cut.The producer and the network then make changes until a final cut is created.The sound department then receives the final cut.The sound department is responsible for preparing the music tracks, or recordings; sound effects; and dialogue tracks for the final piece.The finishing of all the sound will then be created.The sound engineers will organize the music.They will adjust dialogue recording and record new or changed dialogue.This process is called dialogging.During this time, sound effects are also added.Optical effects are also added such as:Special effects, credits, titles, animations, and color correction.