Week of 12/10/18 through 12/14/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation – Video Projects

 

Week of 12/3/18 through 12/7/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 17 Exercises and Lesson 18 Exercises

Week of 11/26/18 through 11/30/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 17 and Lesson 18. In Lesson 17, the students will learn to use the file menu, use the File Menu commands, make a clip offline, use the Project Manager, collect files and copy them to a new location, consolidate and transcode, create a trimmed project, render and replace, use the Link Media panel and Locate command, perform the final project management steps, open multiple projects, manage collaboration, and manage the hard drive. In Lesson 18, the students will learn to understand the export options, export single frames, export a master copy, match sequence settings, choose another codec, work with Adobe Media Encoder, choose a file format for export, configure the export, export effects, use the Source and Output panels, queue the export, look at additional options, in Adobe Media Encoder, exchange with other editing applications, and export to OMF.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 17 Exercises and Lesson 18 Exercises

Week of 11/12/18 through 11/16/18

The students will be completing Lesson 15 and Lesson 16. In Lesson 15, the students will learn to work with an alpha channel, make compositing part of their projects, shoot videos with compositing in mind, understand essential terminology, work with the Opacity effect, keyframe opacity, work with alpha channel transparencies, color keying a green screen, preprocess the footage, use the Ultra Key effect, mask clips, use mattes the use graphics or other clips, and use the Track Matte Key effect. In Lesson 16, the students will learn to get an overview of the Essential Graphics panel, mater video typography essentials, choose a font, choose a color, adjust the kerning, set the tracking, adjust the leading, set the alignment, safe title margin, create titles, add point text, add paragraph text, styling text, change a title’s appearance, save custom styles, work with shapes and logos, create shapes, add a graphic, make text roll and crawl, work with template titles, and introduce captions.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – 

The students will be completing Lesson 15 and Lesson 16. In Lesson 15, the students will learn to work with an alpha channel, make compositing part of their projects, shoot videos with compositing in mind, understand essential terminology, work with the Opacity effect, keyframe opacity, work with alpha channel transparencies, color keying a green screen, preprocess the footage, use the Ultra Key effect, mask clips, use mattes the use graphics or other clips, and use the Track Matte Key effect. In Lesson 16, the students will learn to get an overview of the Essential Graphics panel, mater video typography essentials, choose a font, choose a color, adjust the kerning, set the tracking, adjust the leading, set the alignment, safe title margin, create titles, add point text, add paragraph text, styling text, change a title’s appearance, save custom styles, work with shapes and logos, create shapes, add a graphic, make text roll and crawl, work with template titles, and introduce captions.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 15 Exercises and Lesson 16 Exercises

Week of 11/5/18 through 11/9/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 13 and Lesson 14. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to work with fixed effects, browse effects with the Effects panel, apply and remove effects, use effects presets, mask and track visual effects, use keyframing effects, explore frequently used effects, use special VR video effects, and render effects. In Lesson 14, the students will learn to work in the Color workspace, use the Lumetric Color panel, use vectorscopes and waveforms, use color correction effects, fix exposure and color balance problems, work with special color effects, and create a look.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 13 and Lesson 14. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to work with fixed effects, browse effects with the Effects panel, apply and remove effects, use effects presets, mask and track visual effects, use keyframing effects, explore frequently used effects, use special VR video effects, and render effects. In Lesson 14, the students will learn to work in the Color workspace, use the Lumetric Color panel, use vectorscopes and waveforms, use color correction effects, fix exposure and color balance problems, work with special color effects, and create a look.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 13 Exercises and Lesson 14 Exercises

Week of 10/29/18 through 11/2/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 13 and Lesson 14. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to work with fixed effects, browse effects with the Effects panel, apply and remove effects, use effects presets, mask and track visual effects, use keyframing effects, explore frequently used effects, use special VR video effects, and render effects. In Lesson 14, the students will learn to work in the Color workspace, use the Lumetric Color panel, use vectorscopes and waveforms, use color correction effects, fix exposure and color balance problems, work with special color effects, and create a look.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 13 and Lesson 14. In Lesson 13, the students will learn to work with fixed effects, browse effects with the Effects panel, apply and remove effects, use effects presets, mask and track visual effects, use keyframing effects, explore frequently used effects, use special VR video effects, and render effects. In Lesson 14, the students will learn to work in the Color workspace, use the Lumetric Color panel, use vectorscopes and waveforms, use color correction effects, fix exposure and color balance problems, work with special color effects, and create a look.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 13 Exercises and Lesson 14 Exercises

Week of 10/22/18 through 10/26/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 11 and Lesson 12. In Lesson 11, the students will learn to set up the interface to work with audio, work in the audio workspace, define master track output, use the audio meters, view sampling, show audio waveforms, work with the standard audio tracks, monitor audio, examine audio characteristics, and adjust audio volume. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to sweeten the sound with the Essential Sound panel, adjust dialogue, set loudness, repair audio, improve clarity, make creative adjustments, adjust volume, use additional audio effects, use the Parametric Equalizer effect, and use the Loudness Radar effect.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 11 and Lesson 12. In Lesson 11, the students will learn to set up the interface to work with audio, work in the audio workspace, define master track output, use the audio meters, view sampling, show audio waveforms, work with the standard audio tracks, monitor audio, examine audio characteristics, and adjust audio volume. In Lesson 12, the students will learn to sweeten the sound with the Essential Sound panel, adjust dialogue, set loudness, repair audio, improve clarity, make creative adjustments, adjust volume, use additional audio effects, use the Parametric Equalizer effect, and use the Loudness Radar effect.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 11 Exercises and Lesson 12 Exercises

Week of 10/15/18 through 10/18/18

Audio/Video Production

The students will be completing Lesson 9 and Lesson 10. In Lesson 9, the students will learn to adjust the Motion effect; understand Motion settings; exam Motion properties; change clip position, size, and rotation; reuse Motion settings; add rotation and change the anchor point; animate clip size changes; work with keyframe interpolation; use different keyframe interpolation methods; add Ease to Motion; use other motion related effects; add a drop shadow; add a bevel; add motion with the Transformation effect; and manipulate clips in 3D space with Basic 3D. In Lesson 10, the students will learn to follow the multicamera process, create a multicamera sequence, determine the sync points, add clips to a multicamera source sequence, create the multicamera target sequence, switch multiple cameras, perform a multicamera edit, and re-record multicamera edits.

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – The students will be completing Lesson 9 and Lesson 10. In Lesson 9, the students will learn to adjust the Motion effect; understand Motion settings; exam Motion properties; change clip position, size, and rotation; reuse Motion settings; add rotation and change the anchor point; animate clip size changes; work with keyframe interpolation; use different keyframe interpolation methods; add Ease to Motion; use other motion related effects; add a drop shadow; add a bevel; add motion with the Transformation effect; and manipulate clips in 3D space with Basic 3D. In Lesson 10, the students will learn to follow the multicamera process, create a multicamera sequence, determine the sync points, add clips to a multicamera source sequence, create the multicamera target sequence, switch multiple cameras, perform a multicamera edit, and re-record multicamera edits.

Materials – Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Classroom in a Book 2018 Release by Maxim Jago

Evaluation –  Lesson 9 Exercises and Lesson 10 Exercises

Week of 10/8/18 through 10/12/18

Audio/Video Production

Chapter 6: This chapter teaches students about documentaries. It begins with a review of the history of news and documentary filmmaking. The students will learn to develop a documentary theme, plan and organize shooting,

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – Chapter 6: This chapter teaches students about documentaries. It begins with a review of the history of news and documentary filmmaking. The students will learn to develop a documentary theme, plan and organize shooting,

Materials – Learning Audio/Video Production by Antonio Manriquez and Thomas McCluskey

Evaluation –  Chapter 6 End-of Chapter Activities, Review, and Test

Week of 10/1/18 through 10/5/18

Audio/Video Production

Chapter 6: This chapter teaches students about documentaries. It begins with a review of the history of news and documentary filmmaking. The students will learn to develop a documentary theme, plan and organize shooting,

TEKS – 1A-B, 2A-G, 3, 4, 5, 6A-C, 7A-D, 8A-D, 9A-G, 10, 11A-E, 12A-F, 13A-D, 14A-J

Activity – Chapter 6: This chapter teaches students about documentaries. It begins with a review of the history of news and documentary filmmaking. The students will learn to develop a documentary theme, plan and organize shooting,

Materials – Learning Audio/Video Production by Antonio Manriquez and Thomas McCluskey

Evaluation –  Chapter 6 End-of Chapter Activities, Review, and Test