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Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

The amount of text displayed on a video screen at one time should be no more than ____.
A.
4 words per line, 4 lines per page
B.
5 words per line, 5 lines per page
C.
6 words per line, 6 lines per page
D.
7 words per line, 7 lines per page
 

 2. 

Essential area is the ____.
A.
entire graphic image created by the CG or graphic artist
B.
amount of a graphic image that appears on the 16:9 screen
C.
portion of a graphic image that must be visible on screens of any aspect ratio
D.
None of the above.
 

 3. 

The television frame rate is ____ fps.
A.
24
B.
25
C.
30
D.
34
 

 4. 

Which of the following is a hard light?
A.
Spotlight.
B.
Scoop.
C.
Flood light.
D.
None of the above.
 

 5. 

Using ____ allows light to be manipulated into any imaginable shape.
A.
aluminum foil
B.
Cinefoil
C.
Blackwrap
D.
All of the above.
 

 6. 

When installing incandescent lamps into instruments, which of the following should not be used to hold the lamp?
A.
Freshly washed and dried hands.
B.
Work gloves with leather fingers and palms.
C.
Tissues that do not have lotion in them.
D.
The packing material the lamp came in.
 

 7. 

Which of the following includes all the instruments used in three-point lighting?
A.
Key light, backlight, background light.
B.
Key light, fill light, back light.
C.
Fill light, backlight, background light.
D.
Key light, fill light, background light.
 

 8. 

Here at AHS Fridays, we like to bounce the light off the white ceiling when we can to get
A.
a monster effect
C.
a softer look and less shawdows
B.
a sparkle in the eye of the announcer
D.
the ceiling heated up so the room will be warmer in winter
 

 9. 

The purpose of direct lighting a subject from below is to create
A.
an "up the nose" effect
C.
a scary "monster" effect
B.
a soft look without shadows
D.
an easy way to set up lights instead of crawling in the ceiling
 

 10. 

A small lighting fixture mounted to the front of the camera to reflect off the announcer's eyes and give them a sparkle is called a(n)
A.
camera light
C.
key light
B.
sparkle light
D.
eye light
 

 11. 

In a 3-point lighting system, what is the brightest light source?
A.
the key light
C.
the back light
B.
the fill light
D.
the eye light
 

 12. 

When titling on Powerpoint for JagTV events, the first slide in the sequence should be
A.
the title
C.
black
B.
JagTV Presents
D.
the news story topic you chose
 

 13. 

In order to get a Powerpoint title from the computer to record on DVD, you must use a
A.
scan converter       
C.
video digitizer
B.
digital video capture card
D.
SVGA graphics card
 

 14. 

When making video titles of any kind, there is a "safe area" you should stay within to prevent titles from being cut off by overscan monitors. As a general rule, you should stay
A.
right in the middle of the screen
C.
on the lower third of the screen
B.
about an inch from each edge of the screen/slide 
D.
away from making titles for video
 

 15. 

A title generator (or character generator) can generate a title and superimpose it over existing video if the video is passing through the title generator. This is called
A.
downstream keying
C.
chroma keying
B.
upstream keying
D.
title superimposition over video
 

 16. 

When making titles with solid color backgrounds, the background color should be
A.
bright red
C.
neon green
B.
a pastel or light earth tone 
D.
a deep, rich, highly saturated color
 

 17. 

The purpose of the back light is to
A.
brighten up the background
C.
light up the back of the person's head
B.
create some special lighting effects on the backdrop
D.
create a 3 dimensional look by providing separation from the background
 

 18. 

The light that is half as bright as the main light and is intended to fill in the shadows created by the main light is called the
A.
key light
C.
back light
B.
fill light
D.
headlight
 

 19. 

In the Powerpoint slide sequence for titling videos, the second slide needs to fade in from black. The transition effect we use to accomplish this is called
A.
fade in from black
C.
dissolve
B.
fade
D.
dither
 

 20. 

The fifth (or last) slide in the Powerpoint title sequence is
A.
the roster or starting lineup/cast and crew of a play
C.
The title of the event and the date it happened
B.
JagTV Presents
D.
black
 

 21. 

Indoor light (from incandescent bulbs) is
A.
reddish in color
C.
greenish in color
B.
blueish in color
D.
the only light you can use
 

 22. 

Flourescent light is not great lighting to use because it comes from directly overhead and has a fluctuating color temperature. Therefore it gives people (especially around the eyebrows) a
A.
a pale blue look
C.
a greenish tint
B.
a pinkish tone to their skin
D.
a monster effect
 

 23. 

The purpose of making a title sequence using Powerpoint is for adding a title on
A.
your news story
C.
a game, concert, or play event
B.
the AHS Fridays news show
D.
your list of things you have to do for that unit
 

 24. 

The graphics used in a program include ____.
A.
titles
B.
pictures
C.
baseball IDs
D.
All of the above.
 

 25. 

Because we work with standard standard TV aspect rations here at school the minimum pixel size for a photo you want to use in your title sequence is
A.
640 X480
C.
150 X 150
B.
230 X 1280
D.
16 X 9
 

 26. 

The large black lighting fixture we have pointed at the weather blue screen is called a
A.
fresnel light
C.
scoop
B.
background light
D.
spotlight
 

 27. 

A wire mesh placed over a light to reduce it’s intensity is called a
A.
mesh diffusion plate
C.
gel
B.
scrim
D.
reflector
 

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Still photos and slides should be oriented vertically, rather than horizontally.
 

 2. 

An image that is hot is very dark and lacks detail.
 

 3. 

Titles should be created using clear, simple fonts without fine lines or whimsical curls.
 

 4. 

A crawl usually moves from the left to the right of the screen.
 

 5. 

Zebra stripes indicate that there is an object in the shot that has popped the contrast ratio.
 

 6. 

Always view graphics on a color monitor to verify that the contrast ratio between colors is sufficient to create a sharp image.
 

 7. 

Luminance refers to the degree of lightness in a picture related to the degree of darkness.
 

 8. 

Properly positioning a flag can prevent a light hit on the set.
 

 9. 

Barn doors can be used to shape a light spread into virtually any shape imaginable.
 

 10. 

A honeycomb is commonly used on spotlights.
 

 11. 

It is safe to handle incandescent lamps with bare hands as long as the lamps are not hot.
 

 12. 

A back light is pointed at the back of the talent.
 

 13. 

Images recorded outside on a bright sunny day will have a yellowish tint.
 

 14. 

Three-point lighting can cover more than one person or object in the lighting spread using only two key lights and one back light.
 

 15. 

Most consumer and commercial fluorescent lamps produce light with a greenish tint.
 

 16. 

Color temperature is a measure of the brightness of a particular lamp.
 

 17. 

Work gloves should be worn when adjusting incandescent instruments.
 

 18. 

When shooting an interview in the field, using the camera light will produce the most attractive image possible of the talent.
 

 19. 

A Fresnel is a hard lighting instrument.
 

 20. 

In a three-point lighting system, the fill light is twice as bright as the key light.
 

 21. 

When working with high intensity lamps and lighting fixtures, you should never touch the bulb because the oil from you skin can cause it to explode.
 

 22. 

The aspect ratio for today’s high definition television sets is 3:4.
 

 23. 

The purpose of a background light is to fill in shawdows around the person’s face and shoulder areas.
 

 24. 

Another name for 3-point lighting is triangle lighting.
 

Matching
 
 
Match each characteristic with the appropriate type of lamp. Answers may be used more than once.
A.
Fluorescent lamp
B.
Incandescent lamp
 

 1. 

Expensive.
 

 2. 

Warm to the touch when turned on.
 

 3. 

Has a long life measured in thousands of hours of use.
 

 4. 

Are energy efficient.
 

 5. 

Can be moved while turned on.
 

 6. 

Extremely hot when turned on.
 

 7. 

Inexpensive.
 

 8. 

Cannot be moved while turned on.
 

 9. 

Can be installed using bare hands.
 

 10. 

Use a great deal of energy.
 

 11. 

Has a short life measured in tens of hours of use.
 

 12. 

Can never be handled without gloves.
 



 
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