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Post by Timothy White on August 6, 2015

60 fps is also used in video games.

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Last reply by: John Snape
Thu Oct 31, 2013 7:49 PM

Post by Sohaib Muhammad Pervaiz on October 31, 2013

SECAM stands for:
Séquentiel couleur à mémoire,

French for "Sequential Color with Memory"

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Last reply by: John Snape
Thu Oct 31, 2013 7:49 PM

Post by Sohaib Muhammad Pervaiz on October 31, 2013

Hi Prof. Snape I am Sohaib from Pakistan. I like your lessons. Your teaching style is very professional. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Some Term Definitions

  • Frame Sizes
    • The Standard Video Sizes for Broadcast and Web Video
      • 720x480 (NTSC) or 720x576 (PAL) Standard Definition
      • 1280x720/1920x1080 for High Definition
  • Interlaced vs. Progressive
    • All broadcast NTSC and PAL video is interlaced
    • Some HD video is interlaced
    • Some SD and HD video is progressive
    • Interlaced video deals with single fields at a time, while progressive video deals with single frames at a time
  • Frame Rates
    • The common frame rates are
      • 23.97 fps for PAL SD and ATSC HD video
      • 24 fps for film and HD
      • 29.97 fps for NTSC SD and ATSC HD video
      • 30 fps for ATSC HD video
      • 59.97/60 fps for ATSC HD video
  • Compression
    • Compression is used to limit the amount of information needing to be transmitted
    • MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 usually used for SD video
    • MPEG-4 (AVCHD) and VC-1 used for HD video
  • Aspect Ratios
    • 4:3 Ratio is used for SD video
    • 16:9 Ratio is used for widescreen SD video and HD video
  • Types of Shots
    • The video shows the many types of shots you can use
    • Become familiar with them so you will know what is being discussed at a film shoot

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Frame Sizes 1:15
    • Standard Video Sizes
  • Interlaced vs. Progressive 5:50
    • Interlaced vs. Progressive
  • Frame Rates 9:24
    • Common Frame Rates
    • Non-Drop Frame Timecode & Drop Frame Timecode
  • Compression 20:49
    • Compression Overview
    • MPEG-1 & MPEG-2
    • AVCHD
    • VC-1
  • Aspect Ratios 27:17
    • Common Aspect Ratios
    • Types of Shots
    • Wide Shot
    • Mid Shot
    • Medium Close Up
    • Extreme Close Up
    • Cut In
    • Point of View
    • Tracking Shot & Dolly Shot
    • Zoom
    • Establishing Shot
    • Low Angle & High Angle
    • Lean In & Lean Out
    • Noddy
    • Two Shot
    • Over the Shoulder
    • Freeze Frame
    • Whip Pan
    • Jump Cut
    • Slow Motion & Montage Sequence
    • A-Roll & B-Roll
  • Personal Teaching Philosophy 41:04