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For week ending Jan 30,2013 4 years 9 months ago #983

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Okay, our first post of the semester. Still getting settled in after a long week at the NAMM show down in Anaheim. NAMM is the biggest audio tradeshow in the USA, and draws around a hundred thousand people: mostly from the MI side (music industry); although there is a smattering of film/video sound as well. Every major manufacturer in the music and recording business is there with a booth; the show is HUGE. Attendance is limited to exhibitors, dealers & reps, educators, and a few select "invited guests and end users". Unlike NAB, this show is hard to get tickets for.

I am grading Assignment One today and tomorrow, so I hope to have these back to you on Wed. I am not grading them hard; it was a simple assignment and you learned by doing.

Continue the assigned reading in the Pincus book, and think about starting Assignment Two, which deals with camera movement. I will cover it in more detail on Wed, but the assignment is simple and straightforward so you can begin it now if you want to.

I know that cutting to a static shot in the middle of a pan or dolly move will result in an uncomfortable and bad edit.... but don't try to correct it. That is the point of that task, to demonstrate why you should NOT insert a static cutaway into the middle of a moving shot!

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