Studio Module 2: Computer Graphics & Teleprompter

From: $50.00

A programʻs opening titles, closing credits, and all of the graphical elements in between that help to tell your story are created by the Compix Character Generator. Youʻll learn how to create and display titles, credits, and “lower thirds,” which appear at the bottom of the screen to identify the person talking.

Course Date:
October 14th from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
December 9th from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Description

A programʻs opening titles, closing credits, and all of the graphical elements in between that help to tell your story are created by the Compix Character Generator. Youʻll learn how to create and display titles, credits, and “lower thirds,” which appear at the bottom of the screen to identify the person talking. The teleprompter allows a scripted speech or performance to be projected onto a one-way mirror mounted to the front of a studio camera, so that the talent can look directly into the lens while they read the script as it scrolls past. Youʻll learn how to load and edit scripts, and to adjust the prompterʻs scrolling speed to match the readerʻs pace.

LOCATION – Akakū Media Lab
333 Dairy Rd #204, Kahului, HI 96732

INSTRUCTOR
Danny Collins

PREREQUISITES
Intro to Akakū and Public Access Media