Advanced Media Production
I want to create a scripted video that requires post-production. Examples include: learning glass, graphics, stock imagery, and interview.
What is Advanced Media Production?
The studio can be used for a range of advanced filming needs including interviews, voice overs or using interactive equipment available in the studio, such as the Learning Glass, or provided by the user. To understand your requirements and advise whether you need advanced media production, our team will contact you to arrange a short consultancy discussion (approx. 30 mins).
You must supply script and supporting images or graphic files prior to booking. Following a script will allow you to quickly develop a transcript to be made available along with the video. Automated subtitling can be enabled in Media Hopper Create (Kaltura).
Lead time for booking: Minimum 5 working days.
The following example videos outline the different types of advanced media that you can create:
- Piece to Camera (PTC).
- Learning Glass™.
- Simple graphics.
- Stock footage.
- Talkshow style interview.
- Video: Trait to DNA
- Content video for Insilico Breeding short course - Trait to DNA.
- Video: General practice interview
- General practice interview - medical school
Advanced Media Production: Preparing and what to expect
To make an enquiry about using the studio, email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be in touch to discuss your needs further.
These sessions must be well-planned. Prepare either a script or notes, and a storyboard. You should provide these to the Media Team prior to your booking so they know how best to support you on the day. These will be discussed during the consultation.
To help you prepare you can find useful information about making video content, including how to approach scripting, in our “How to make video content” series on Media Hopper.
Licensing for any images, videos or other supplemental content is the responsibility of the user. We strongly advise users to consult the OER guidance regarding sourcing and creative commons licensing.
Arrive on time and make sure you've got your presentation with you or somewhere accessible online.
Unless specified in the booking and approved by the Educational Media Studio team we ask all staff to attend sessions alone.
One of the Media Team will talk you through the process, answer any questions you have on using the equipment in the studio and generally aim to put you at ease.
You will receive a first cut based on your script and storyboard to review and request any changes. You will then receive a final cut for sign-off.
You will receive a rough cut with only obvious mistakes removed, from which you will decide which sections to cut. You will then receive a first cut to review and request changes before the final cut is produced for sign-off.
We will keep all the assets for your project (footage, project files, graphics, B-roll etc.) on our Media Server for 3 months from completion with no charge. If you would like a copy of the assets, we will advise on the amount of storage you will require when the project is complete and transfer them to your drive. We will then archive your material for 12 months and if you wish to access it during this time, there will be an archive retrieval fee. After 12 months, your material will be deleted from our server.