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HIKI NŌ Resources and Tutorials

  1. HIKI NŌ PARTICIPANT RELEASE FORM
    Students producing the video: Complete and submit the HIKI NŌ Participant Release Form.

HIKI NŌ Technical Specs

  1. For Camera
  2. For Editing
  3. Complete the appropriate pitch sheet:

  4. FRAMING AN INTERVIEW (2:44)
    This tutorial covers the “do’s and don’ts” of framing an interview subject.
  5. PROPER AUDIO LEVELS (1:26)
    A basic understanding of proper audio levels and the difference between analog and digital levels.
  6. AUDIO NOISE (3:35)
    Do you think you can determine what noise is in your audio? Find out.
  7. SCRIPT TEMPLATE AND SAMPLE SCRIPT
  8. STORY PREMISE (4:23)
    Discover how a ‘story premise’ can help you in shaping your personal profile story.
  9. 5-POINT OUTLINE (4:48)
    Find out how creating a 5-Point Story Outline can help make a successful HIKI NŌ story.
  10. SHOOTING A SEQUENCE (9:32)
    Learn how to best shoot and utilize a video b-roll sequence in your story.
  11. PACING (7:08)
    This tutorial explains how to better pace your edits to achieve the proper mood and emotion for your story.
  12. STANDARD OUTCUE (2:27)
    Learn what a HIKI NŌ Standard Outcue is and why it’s important.
  13. PAD TUTORIAL (2:24)
    How to add the required padding to the front and back of your video.
  14. HIKI NŌ WEEBLY UPLOAD TUTORIAL (6:30)
    Find out how to log in, upload rough cuts, and communicate with your mentor using the HIKI NŌ Weebly.
  15. HIKI NŌ CREDITS FORMS
    Your last step is to complete the credits form for your story or how-to and select a still photo of your crew to run with the credits.

  16. HOW TO SHOOT A HOST SEGMENT THAT HAS NO B-ROLL (4:49)
    In this tutorial we will go over how to shoot a host segment using only an on-camera host with no B-roll.
  17. THE ART OF VISUAL STORYTELLING
    Resources for the The Art of Visual Storytelling series