HIKI NŌ Resources and Tutorials
- HIKI NŌ PARTICIPANT RELEASE FORM
Students producing the video: Complete and submit the HIKI NŌ Participant Release Form.
HIKI NŌ Technical Specs
- For Camera
- For Editing
- Complete the appropriate pitch sheet:
- FRAMING AN INTERVIEW (2:44)
This tutorial covers the “do’s and don’ts” of framing an interview subject.
- PROPER AUDIO LEVELS (1:26)
A basic understanding of proper audio levels and the difference between analog and digital levels.
- AUDIO NOISE (3:35)
Do you think you can determine what noise is in your audio? Find out.
- SCRIPT TEMPLATE AND SAMPLE SCRIPT
- STORY PREMISE (4:23)
Discover how a ‘story premise’ can help you in shaping your personal profile story.
- 5-POINT OUTLINE (4:48)
Find out how creating a 5-Point Story Outline can help make a successful HIKI NŌ story.
- SHOOTING A SEQUENCE (9:32)
Learn how to best shoot and utilize a video b-roll sequence in your story.
- PACING (7:08)
This tutorial explains how to better pace your edits to achieve the proper mood and emotion for your story.
- STANDARD OUTCUE (2:27)
Learn what a HIKI NŌ Standard Outcue is and why it’s important.
- PAD TUTORIAL (2:24)
How to add the required padding to the front and back of your video.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- THE ART OF VISUAL STORYTELLING
Resources for the The Art of Visual Storytelling series