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Mickey Mousing Technique for the Unique Expression of Music in Nature Documentaries

  • Kim, Hyung-Jin;Um, Kang-iL
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.86-95
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    • 2020
  • There is a unique method of musical expression in the nature documentary. The expression method is Mickey Mousing technique, which expresses the movement of animals with music. The Mickey mousing technique can also be used in other types of documentaries, but it is most prominently used in nature documentaries. The Mickey Mousing technique cannot be used in any field other than music composition, because the composer should describe the movement of animals by playing music to match the animal's movements exactly. It is also because they have to play the instrument separately according to the sound source. In this study, we examined the nature documentaries broadcast by KBS over the last five years and analyzed the cases of Mickey Mousing technique. Therefore, we obtained research results that the Mickey Mousing technique is necessary and that the music composition is also necessary as a background music of nature documentaries.

A Study on the Necessity for the Music Composition in TV Documentaries - Focusing on In-depth Interviews with Music Directors at KBS.

  • Kim, Hyung-Jin
    • International journal of advanced smart convergence
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.74-85
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    • 2020
  • In this study, we investigated the necessity and limitations of music composition required in TV documentary by conducting in-depth interviews with 20 music directors currently working at Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). Our research has shown that composition of music is necessary. However, in reality, it is difficult to use the composed music due to problems such as time and cost of composing and trust in the music composer; so music libraries, film music, or other music are used instead of the composed music in many situations. However, at the time when companies like its rival Netflix are aware of the importance of sound, the impact of Netflix could lead to a decline in the quality of terrestrial TV, which could lead to a weakening of competitiveness. Recently, in the case of sound programs, the sales of secondary works are active due to "internet uploading using YouTube" or "exporting programs", but the sales have been hindered by restrictions on the use of copyrighted works. The music source of library is said to be the one whose copyright problem has been resolved. In this study, we show that the composed music is an ultimate alternative to TV documentaries, since the library music is sometimes suspended due to the situations of management companies.

Extraction Analysis for Crossmodal Association Information using Hypernetwork Models (하이퍼네트워크 모델을 이용한 비전-언어 크로스모달 연관정보 추출)

  • Heo, Min-Oh;Ha, Jung-Woo;Zhang, Byoung-Tak
    • 한국HCI학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.278-284
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    • 2009
  • Multimodal data to have several modalities such as videos, images, sounds and texts for one contents is increasing. Since this type of data has ill-defined format, it is not easy to represent the crossmodal information for them explicitly. So, we proposed new method to extract and analyze vision-language crossmodal association information using the documentaries video data about the nature. We collected pairs of images and captions from 3 genres of documentaries such as jungle, ocean and universe, and extracted a set of visual words and that of text words from them. We found out that two modal data have semantic association on crossmodal association information from this analysis.

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A Study on the Utilization of 4K/UHD Camera with 2/3" Sensor : Focused on Application of HD Lens (2/3" 센서를 활용한 4K/UHD 카메라 활용방안 연구 : HD 렌즈 활용을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Sang-il;Park, Sung-chul;Kwon, Soon-chul;Lee, Seung-hyun;Hamacher, Alaric
    • Journal of Digital Contents Society
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.227-234
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    • 2015
  • Recently, there is more and more demand on broadcasting display environment that provides a sense of realism basically with high quality and high definition as in UHDTV, so various kinds of 4K cameras have been released. Super 35mm sensor 4K/UHD cameras being generally used can be usefully applied to the single camera-based system such as advertisements, dramas, nature documentaries, and culture programs. However, in the multicamera-based system such as entertaining programs, sports, and concerts, relay broadcasting may face limitations as there are restrictions of close-up or tight shots according to the distance. Besides, 4K lenses are not enough compared with the previous HD lenses' group, so there are limitations in camera photographing shots that have been realized in HD filming. Therefore, to complement this, the use of 2/3 inch sensor 4K/UHD cameras is being demanded, and it is also needed to use various lenses' groups to produce UHD image contents. Accordingly, this study used Grass Valley's LDX 4K/UHD camera to analyze its applicability based on the picture quality test at the use of HD lenses in 2/3 sensors and also the possibility of its efficient application.

A Study on the Change of Landscape in Korean Rural Village - From Chosun Dyansty to Olympic Games(1988) - (농촌(農村) 향토(鄕土)마을 경관(景觀)의 변화(變化) - 조선 말기부터 올림픽개최 전(1988)까지 -)

  • Lee, Shi-Young;Jang, Min;Shim, Joon-Young;Heo, Jun
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture
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    • v.28 no.4
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    • pp.112-119
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    • 2010
  • This study aims at interpreting Korean Rural Landscape by applying the analytical tool thus developed to the lifestyles of ordinary people found in their permanent dwellings both before and after Korea first opened its door to the world in 1896. By so doing, this study hopes to contribute to building a framework with which to understand the tradition of ordinary people by exploring the uniqueness and basic characteristics of Korean Rural Landscape. This study relies primarily on field studies and publications including, without limitation, the televised documentaries, as well as newspapers and scholastic writings and relating to, the agrarian and residential landscapes changed over time. In the Vernacular world, the present does not passively inherit the past. Rather, it is re-born each time, reflecting the society and history of the period. It does not change, but is shaped by the necessities of the period. This may be the reason why there are different Korean Rural Landscapes over a rather short period of time. For instance, the pre-modern Korean Rural Landscape tends to be shaped almost entirely by the nature, while the intention of people begins to find much more expressions in the modern Korean Rural Landscape. As the commodities become more readily available to people thanks to industrialization, such ready availability has brought about changes in the materials used in, as well as functions of, Rural Landscape.