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Training Video Production Handbook: release imminent

By Kevin Rossiter on Oct 7, 2008 10:39:00 AM in the Training Blog TRAINING VIDEO PRODUCTION NEWS

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Q: After requests from our many customers and contacts throughout the industry I set about the task of writing a training video production handbook.

After 10,000 words it's now written, and going through proofing stages.

It'll be available free at a rate of 2 chapters a week commencing next week,and be part of our Corporate Producer - the Information Resource for buyers of corporate multimedia video web www.rossiterandco.com/CorporateProducer/Index.aspx

If you're interested in training video production whether as a client or a video producer, hopefully you'll find something useful, better still usable contained within it.

To get appetites whetted, here are the contents of the Training Video Production Handbook.

Kevin Rossiter
Video Producer

A: Training Video Production Handbook

All content copyright www.rossiterandco.com 2008

Training Video Production Course Content

Introduction to Training Video Production

Delivery Plan

A Personal word from the Author, Kevin Rossiter

Training Video Production Planning

Script writing

Objectives

Delivering an approved script

Producer./Client Relationship

Script Do's & Dont's

Audience Rule of Threes

Determining script content

Voiceover Script Tips

Vox Pops Tips

Sample Guidance Notes for Interviewees

Talking Head Script Tips

Actor Script Tips

Writing actor scripts

Storyboards

Objectives

The Storyboard Meeting

The Storyboard Process

Shoot Planning

Shooting

Lighting/Filming/Directing

Making Footage more interesting

To Shoot Demonstrations

Bringing Scenes to Life with Lighting

Dealing with Talking Head VIPS

Arranging the shoot with a VIP

When on set with a VIP

VIP background sets

Actors & Artists

Hiring Actors - Tips

Voiceover Artists

Voiceover Objectives & Pointers

Graphics

Where and when to use graphics

Use of 3D animation

Sound

The objectives of the soundtrack

When recording sound on set

8 Top Tips for the Aspiring Training Video Producer/Director

Safety

Editing & Post Production

Dealing with clients who want to make too many changes at the last minute

Quick Pointers for Training Video Editors

Interactive DVD

Duplication

5 Training Video Production Ideas

© Studio Rossiter 2008

Topics: Web video, training video production, training video, multimedia presentation, Corporate Video Resources, video producer

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