= Filming =
One of our professors (Tom Aratyn) has graciously agreed to let you guys film his ULI101 lectures. That means you have a real lecture you can film, but you have to be professional about it. I asked Tom that if you are disturbing his class he will kick you out, in which case you'll be out of luck for this assignment, unless you find another volunteer.
In order to make sure that the filming isn't causing too much trouble for the ULI101 lectures - only one person can be in the lab/lecture room filming at one time. Once the teams are settled - note in the table above which lecture and when you are planning to be filming.
're also welcome to film our guest speaker's presentation or another class, just don't forget to ask permission first if you want to film someone else.
Make sure as the lecture goes on that you keep the camera centered on the subject. That' s going to be the speaker but may include other things: for example if the speaker is writing something or pointing to something - that should be in the video as well. Don't worry too much about making sure that the text on the projector display is readable, you'll be dealing with that later in the assignment.
= Editing =