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Pre-Production Planning for Video, Film, and Multimedia by Steve Cartwright

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Pre-Production Planning for Film, Multimedia and Video Conferences

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There is very little difference in the pre-production process for film, interactive multimedia development, teleconferencing and video. Whether you are in pre-production for a film or the video segments of an interactive program, the planning and pre-production is very similar to traditional video production. The elements of pre-production that we have discussed thus far will crossover well into film, interactive multimedia and teleconferencing. Yet there are a few differences that should be explained.

PRE-PRODUCTION FOR FILM

With a shooting ratio of 100 to 1 (that is, for every foot of film used in the final edited version at least 100 feet are shot in production) planning ...

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