Canon XA10 Camcorder
Cinema is not simply visual storytelling, but about creating a visual and aural experience. With all the tools at our disposal to make micro-budget films, it is important to have the technical knowledge to portray visually and sonically what is just on the page. Here we offer a series of instructional videos, produced by UCF Film , to show you the tools used to make INTERIOR and how you can use them too.
This instructional video teaches you how to properly setup a Canon XA10 Camcorder for proper video image and sound recording.
This camera will be used throughout the production of INTERIOR
This instructional video teaches you how to properly setup a Canon EOS 60D DSLR camera for proper video image recording.
The main character, Sam, uses the Canon 60D throughout the film as his main camera.
This instructional video combines, in part, the role of a Digital Asset Manager (DAM) and an Assistant Editor into one workflow for use with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
Zachary Beckler, director of INTERIOR, illustrates how to ingest data, work with native or transcoded footage, and prepare single (camcorders) and double-system (camera & sound recorder combination) media for assembly. The double-system path is our principal DSLR workflow for Adobe CS6.
INTERIOR features the ZOOM H4n within the narrative, as well as using it throughout the making of the film.
This instructional video teaches you how to setup the memory field recorder for two channel sound recording.
Canon EOS 60D Camera
Zoom H4n Handy Recorder
Premiere Pro CS6: Ingest & Sound Sync
Final Cut Pro
This instructional video teaches you how to properly export a video sequence from Final Cut Pro into Apple's Color. After color correction, it will then show you how to move the corrected video from Color back into Final Cut Pro.
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