VIDEO LANGUAGE / TERMS:
Person asking the questions
Person answering the questions
Person watching the final video
Right hand side
Left hand side
The term used to describe a nicely framed shot where the interviewee is not looking directly at the camera but ever so slightly off camera
The side away from camera (rather than towards camera)
The term used to describe the final process of compiling all the recorded clips into a finished video.
The term used to describe the entire process of making a video, from initial booking and brief right through to completed production.
The term used to describe the planning process and the things involved before a shoot takes place.
The term used to describe the recording phase of the filming process
The term used to describe the capturing, conforming, assembling,
editing, finishing & encoding stage of the production process
Term used to describe the composition of the image recorded by the camera.
Term used to describe style of interview/recording that will take place
Term used to describe how many times you’ve re-recorded
Term used to describe the footage taken of someone agreeing/disagreeing to a point regardless of whether they are actually talking.
Term used to describe all recorded media
Term used to describe the amount of space between the interviewee’s head and the top of frame.
Term used to describe the direct the interviewee is looking in shot. This means that they are sat on the right as you look at them and they are looking to the left of the frame.
Term used to describe the direction the interviewee is looking in shot. This means that they are sat on the left as you look at them and they are looking to the right of frame.
If there are any production terms, language or abbreviations that you've heard but do not feature above then simply use contact tab below explaining what the term is and I will try my best to explain it then I will ad the term and the description to the list at the top of this page.