Employees in the cinema – that means you, right? – are expected to be responsible for the quality experience of their patrons.
A key component to responsibility is knowledge.
Whether the topic is safety or the quality of the picture and sound presentations, non-technical employees have rarely had an opportunity to grow in the field that they are surrounded by. That changes with these courses. The road to accomplishing technical judgement begins now.
The internet is filled with jargon and old data…and junk…and distractions. These courses are meant to train from the ground up, but only to those who are interested.
Artistic Intent – Why We Are Here
The Producers and Directors all believe that if they make their vision come to life – make the story into a movie – it will be shown in a way that makes the audience see and hear what they created with the same splendor they created. Were they wrong?
Quality Management Basics
If something is managed properly, then there is control over the quality of the items being delivered, and assurance that the end user will be satisfied. Quality Management | Quality Control | Quality Assurance
Cinema Basics – Audio
Some say that a movies sound is 50% of the movie. So, it better be good, eh?
Cinema Basics – Picture
Sound has nuance. Picture has a thousand words for nuance. Let's learn some.
Your picture and sound equipment get calibrated according to a schedule that management thinks is appropriate for your facility – sometimes in 6 month or 12 month or 18 month intervals. But we all know that things happen in between. With the right tools, you can become the judge.
Some of our customers use the large speaker systems to know what the actors are saying, some read the words with special "closed caption" equipment...some listen to special tracks on headphones. The equipment is called Accessibility Equipment. We have to understand it and test it to make certain our customer gets the best experience possible.