Switching Level 2

Switching - Intermediate Level
Cathy Balke

introduction: I am a Marketing Director at Datavideo USA. I have been with Datavideo for over 15 years and have extensive knowledge of our products.

Skills: I have over 15 years of experience in the Broadcast and AV Industry. I have worked on several large productions, as a switcher operator, camera operator, and I have extensive knowledge with character generators. I have also assisted in the coordination of large production events and promotional productions.

Experience: Over 15 years of working at Datavideo as a Marketing professional.

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About the course

Now that you have completed the Switching Level 1 course, you should have a basic understanding of how switchers work. This course provides in-depth details on how to set up a chroma key production. We will take a closer look at virtual set production and how to set up lighting for the best keying result.

We will also cover topics such as assigning outputs, importing still images, applying stinger transitions, and setting up multiple key layers. By the end of this course, you should have a better understanding of how to set up chroma key productions and apply advanced composition key layers on your switcher.

What you will learn

♦ How to set up a chroma key production
♦ How to light a set for chroma key
♦ How to set up a virtual set production
♦ How to assign AUX outputs
♦ How to do AUX switching
♦ How to import images and stinger transitions into your Datavideo switcher
♦ How to set up multiple key layers for advanced composition

Background knowledge, skills and tools needed for this course

You must have completed the Switching Level 1 course.

Who is suitable for this course

Anyone who wants to learn about chroma key production and how to create advanced switcher compositions to increase your proudction value.

You can earn 1 RU for AVIXA CTS and CTS-I.

Standard to pass this course

  • Course completion 100%
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