Duration: 3hr 3m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 1.72 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
A basic course to get the most out of your equipment (DSLR or other cameras), with professional results!
Learn how to professionally shoot, edit, and process DSLR video footage. Starting from the basic concepts, and applying effective and recognized techniques to real-life examples, you will eventually master the key aspects of professional filmmaking.
Become familiar with a solid production workflow (for DSLR, but also other cameras) in order to get better results, quicker.
*Planning the shots and lighting the scene
*Framing the shots and setting the camera
*Capturing top notch audio
*A structured approach in your editing software (Final Cut Pro is used as an example)
*Advanced techniques for fixing problems in audio and video
*Exporting to most accepted formats
Real-life examples show you how to behave with confidence in the most typical situations.
Step-to-step guides on how to handle situations like: 1-a video message; 2-an interview; showing conceptual diagrams and outcome of the actual footage. Specific hints on what hardware to use, for a whole range of budget availability. But also universal principles and techniques, to be applied to any scenario you can encounter.
What am I going to get from this course?
*Over 38 lectures and 3 hours of content!
*Master a professional workflow for DSLR-based video productions
*Confidently light a scene for the most common scenarios
*Proficiently handle a DSLR with a solid understanding of the effect of the several parameters, both for video and for photos.
*Confidently choose the shots, capture great video and audio on the set
*Edit the contents with a knowledge of the video grammar rules and best practices
*Apply adjustments and fixes to video and audio in post-production
What is the target audience?
*This course is best suited to beginners or amateur shooters who want to quickly get on the right track and boost the value of their video product to professional levels.
*The course does not provide in depth training on a specific software or piece of equipment. The concepts are generalized to all cameras and all editing softwares. Anyway Canon DSLR and Final Cut Pro are used as example platforms, so students with this equipment will find it particularly suited to their case.
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