475 Quiz

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This quiz is open everything but the answers are in the presentations, projects, and cheat sheets. I am not looking for Wikipedia answers. The presentations, projects, and cheat sheets are located on the class schedule page as PDFs. Look for the red links. Write or type your answers on a separate sheet of paper, or have your answers on a screen (e.g. smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc.). I’ll look at your completed quizzes before the review. Bring your answers to class for grading. If you cannot make the the quiz review, email your answers to me. 90% is passing. Rots o’ruck.

  1. Define frame rate

  2. Define aspect ratio

  3. Define interlaced video

  4. Define progressive video

  5. Define standard definition video

  6. Define high definition video

  7. What is a codec?

  8. Define bit rate (data rate).

  9. Define pixel

  10. Define bit-mapped graphics

  11. Define pixel density

  12. Define bit depth

  13. Define resolution or pixel dimensions

  14. What should you do to the computer before you start working on an editing project?

  15. Where (hard drive; SSD; flash drive; network volume; etc.) should your Premiere Project folder reside when you’re editing? Why?

  16. When editing, how often should you save your work?

  17. Define data backup.

  18. How often should you backup your data?

  19. When working, how often should you get up from your computer and take a break?

  20. What is intellectual property?

  21. What is a copyright?

  22. What is Public Domain?

  23. What is Fair Use?

  24. What is a model release?

  25. What is a property release?

  26. What is a work for hire contract?

  27. What is a filming permit?

  28. What are royalties?

  29. What does royalty free mean?

  30. You want to copy a 350MB .MP4 file onto an empty 2TB portable drive. Is it possible? Why or why not?

  31. You want to copy a  7GB Premiere Pro CC project folder to a portable drive with 900MB of available space. Is it possible? Why or why not?

  32. You walk outside, set up your camera and find IMAGE A in the viewfinder. List all the things your can do to make IMAGE A look like IMAGE B before you shoot.
    Image A DV Outside-3230-A
    Image B DV Outside-3230-B
  33. You walk inside, set up your camera and find IMAGE 1 in the viewfinder. List all the things your can do to make IMAGE 1 look like IMAGE 2 before you shoot.
    Image 1DV Inside-3355-A
    Image 2 DV Inside-3355-B
  34. After you set up the camera, you find PICTURE 1 in your viewfinder. What do you do to make PICTURE 1 look like PICTURE 2 before you shoot?
    Picture 1 DV picture 1
    Picture 2 picture 2
  35. After you set up the camera, you find PICTURE A in your viewfinder. What do you do to make PICTURE A look like PICTURE B before you shoot?
    Picture A 
    Picture B