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General Orientation Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 6:30pm

<p>Curious about KDRT, DCTV or DJUSD Channel 17, and want to learn how Davis Media Access can help you? Plan to attend one of our General Orientations!

<p>Orientations last about an hour and include the history of Davis Media Access, a tour of the facilities, and information on how to get involved.

<p>Anyone is welcome to attend an Orientation, but to use the facility for your own productions you must live, go to school, or volunteer at an organization in Davis, CA. Davis Media Access does not charge for the use of our equipment and facilities, but attending a General Orientation is mandatory.

 
Canon XA-25 Camera Orientation Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 7:00pm

We'll cover automatic and manual configurations, as well as various audio options.
Hands-on demonstrations w/Q&A.

 
 
 
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DCTV Television Studio Workshop Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 3:30pm

<p>Training for how to crew for a DCTV television production. You will learn how to operate a studio camera, floor manage, and run the audio board in the control room. You’ll also learn how to set up and tear down the studio for a production, including the proper stowing of cables, configuring lighting, setting up microphones, and flipping the On-Air switch! Hands-on demonstration w/ Q.& A. Please wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable clothing! Free, but registration required.

 
DCTV Website: Reservations & Resources Training Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 6:45pm

A review of available equipment and the requirements for checkout or use will also be included. Bringing your own laptop to follow along is suggested but not required.
Hands-on demonstration w/ Q&A.

 
 
 
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Introduction to Chroma Keying (Green Screening) Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 7:00pm

We will cover how to shoot green screen material, how to light a screen (typically green) for the best results, how to utilize the DMA studio green wall, and how to set up your keys in Final Cut Pro X. Chroma keying is a great way to add production value to your project, but you need to understand how it all works in order to avoid making your project look cheap with poor quality green screen work.
Lecture w/ hands-on and Q&A.

 
 
 
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