Assessment criteria for Accredited Professional Video Producer applicants
A submission of between two and three clips will be required to demonstrate your video production skill set.
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA - A 75% PASS MARK IS REQUIRED FROM THE OVERALL SUBMISSIONS
Assessment is based upon the following submission criteria:
- Demonstrating understanding of Lighting & Exposure
- Demonstrating the understanding of Composition & Camera Movement
- Demonstrating the ability to Colour Balance & Correct/Grade in the final output
- Demonstrating the understanding of how to capture & manipulate audio (speech & sounds) other than a music track
- Demonstrate the ability to mix audio & visuals in a cohesive manner
- Video clips should contain footage captured by the applicant within the last 24 months
It is a requirement that:
- Approximately 75% of the video production should contain live-action video footage
- A variety of video scenes (images) which allows an assessor to determine the capabilities of the producer to work under various conditions & which demonstrates
- Lighting and Exposure
- Colour Balance to create a final production.
- Video submissions shall not be of the same subject, location or background unless the final treatment produces two entirely different results
- To meet the audio assessment requirement, captured spoken audio is required to be woven into the piece
AS PROFESSIONAL VIDEO PRODUCERS, WE ARE GOVERNED BY A VARIETY OF LICENCING REQUIREMENTS.
If music has been included in your video clip, please ensure that relevant licences are obtained for the production & purpose. This includes:
- APRA Licence for Domestic Use (not online use) http://www.apraamcos.com.au/music-customers/licence-types/copying-and-reproducing-music/domestic-use/
- Music licence from music distributors for online & broadcast purposes as contracted, eg The Music Bed, Songfreedom , Universal Publishing Production Music, Independent Artists & Bands etc
- Does your company, or the subcontractor providing the service, hold all relevant licences required for commercial drone flying?