COMM 3700- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 87 pages long!)

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COMM 3700
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SET 1
Development Phase
When an idea grows into a project that can be produced.
Preproduction
Preparations are made for shooting
Things that can happen in Preproduction
Crew is assembled, locations are scouted, casting to choose actors, elements of production design
(wardrobe, props, sets) are determined
Principal Photography
When production begins; when the camera begins rolling
When does Production period begin
When the camera starts rolling
Additional photography/pickup shots
Scenes filmed separately from the main production or after the principal shooting was done
Rushes/dailies
The traditional film term for the footage recorded by the camera, because it is processed as fast
as possibly for daily viewing
Postproduction
Usually begins once the principal shooting is completed
String-Out/Assembly
First edited version of a movie with all the scenes in order
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Rough Cut
Condensed assembly
Fine Cut
Condensed Rough Cut
Picture Lock
Satisfactory version is complete
Finishing
Takes place after the Picture Lock
Finishing things
Scoring, adding pre-recorded music, sound editing, sound mix, creating titles and special effects
Scoring
Music written specifically to accompany film
Sound editing
Cleaning up and enhancing sound track
Sound mix
Balancing and perfecting the sound
Film-out
Digitally shot movie transferred to 35mm film
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When an idea grows into a project that can be produced. Crew is assembled, locations are scouted, casting to choose actors, elements of production design (wardrobe, props, sets) are determined. When production begins; when the camera begins rolling. Scenes filmed separately from the main production or after the principal shooting was done. The traditional film term for the footage recorded by the camera, because it is processed as fast as possibly for daily viewing. Usually begins once the principal shooting is completed. First edited version of a movie with all the scenes in order. Scoring, adding pre-recorded music, sound editing, sound mix, creating titles and special effects. File format standardized by hollywood for digital projection of feature films. Sent out into the world to find its audience. Theatrical release, television, educational/av, home video, vod, ppv, internet. Implies selling/renting dvds/blu-rays or digitally streaming movies to schools and libraries. Selling/renting movies directly to consumers or through retail outlets.

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