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A Guide To At Home Media

This guide explains how to create quality digital media at home.

Assigning Roles

Assigning Roles

If working on a video project in a group, it is important to assign proper roles and responsibilities for each team member. Each role in a film crew has a profound effect on the video production process. Depending on the production size, a film crew can range from one person to hundreds of people.

With smaller groups, members may see themselves taking on or sharing multiple production roles.

Producer: the leader who manages the production from start to finish.

Director: oversees the shooting of the film.

Camera Operator: captures the film, paying attention to lighting, composition, and camera abilities.

Sound Engineer: records all audio during the production process.

Video Editor: received guidance from the Director while organizing, selection, and placing shots into a sequence to create the film.

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