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Technical jobs in the studio
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This chapter provides a detailed discussion on technical jobs in the studio. The Vision Mixer is responsible for switching between the output of different cameras and other sources available in the particular production. In some organisations, there is a (Studio) Technical Director. This individual could perform the function of a Switcher or Vision Mixer, including responsibility for overall technical quality of the picture output and for ensuring the crew are all present and functioning. The Sound Supervisor is responsible for all sound elements required for the programme, though if a programme is edited and then dubbed, there may be one Supervisor for the Studio Recording and another, a Dubbing Mixer, for the dub. The Sound Assistant is responsible to the Sound Supervisor and assists him or her as required. Virtually all professional studios and most student facilities have a character generator available, usually operated from the gallery.

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