Video Production Environments
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Video production takes place in several different environments: in a television/video studio that is specifically designed to accommodate the various technical needs for production, on location in the field, or in the postproduction editing environment. The video studio is a controlled environment designed specifically to accommodate the needs of television and video production. Huge video production trucks, equipped with sophisticated control rooms for video and audio control and outfitted with multiple cameras, are used to televise sports events from location sports facilities. One of the most important challenges in video field production is to take control of the location to maximize the chances of completing a successful production. Most video production that is done does not end when the shooting ends. Video productions have become increasingly complex through the addition of sophisticated graphics, animation, and special effects. Computer-based, digital nonlinear editing (NLE) systems have generally displaced linear videotape-based editing systems in all editing applications.