Profession audio-visual technician
Audio-visual technicians set up, operate and maintain equipment to record and edit images and sound for radio and television broadcasts, at live events and for telecommunication signals.
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- Audiovisual equipment
The characteristics and usage of different tools that stimulate the sight and audio senses.
- Audiovisual products
The different types of audiovisual products and their requirements, such as documentaries, low budget movies, television series, records, CDs, and others.
- Apply health and safety standards
Adhere to standards of hygiene and safety established by respective authorities.
- Maintain audiovisual equipment
Perform routine maintenance tasks on audiovisual equipment as well as minor repairs, such as replacing parts and calibrating the instruments, on equipment used in processing sound and images.
- Operate audio equipment
Apply technologies for re-creation or recording of sounds, such as speaking, sound of instruments in electrical or mechanical form.
- Plan audiovisual recording
Plan audio-visual recordings.
- Operate video equipment
Use of various types of video equipment.
- Maintain electronic equipment
Check and repair electronic equipment. Detect malfunction, locate faults and take measures to prevent damage.
- Maintain electrical equipment
Test electrical equipment for malfunctions. Take safety measures, company guidelines, and legislation concerning electrical equipment into account. Clean, repair and replace parts and connections as required.
- Adapt to type of media
Adapt to different types of media such as television, movies, commercials, and others. Adapt work to type of media, scale of production, budget, genres within type of media, and others.
- Transfer uncut audiovisual material to computer
Transfer uncut audiovisual materials to a computer, synchronise them and store them.