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Complete Adobe Premiere Pro Video Editing Course: Be a Pro!

Master the Video Editing Program Preferred By Industry Professionals

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

If you're watching a well-edited, polished video, it was likely made with Adobe Premiere Pro. The go-to video editing application for creative professionals, Premiere is an indispensable part of any videographer's toolbox. You'll learn how to edit audio, add transitions, and more, tapping into Premiere's rich array of tools to turn out polished videos certain to impress.
  • Get an overview of Adobe Premiere Pro w/ 5 hours of content
  • Edit audio & add video effects
  • Learn color correction & color grading
  • Add text & titles: choose a font, format your titles and add motion to titles
  • Add video effects & transitions
  • Export & upload your videos to YouTube
  • Create pro-quality footage
  • Learn skills necessary for entering a career in video production
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Course Introduction
    • Course Overview
    • About the Instructor
  • Supplemental Material
    • Video and Audio Clips for Editing (0:08)
  • Adobe Premiere Pro Basics
    • Adobe Premiere Pro Program Layout
    • Starting a Project
    • Importing Footage (3:17)
    • Organization
    • The Timeline and Basic Editing Tools
    • Creating a New Sequence
    • Get the right sequence settings - EVERY TIME!
    • The New Item Button
    • Subclipping in Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Pulling Selects
    • The Rough Cut
    • My Process - From Selects to Final Cut
  • Audio Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Audio: Leveling
    • Audio: EQ/Equalization
    • Audio: Fades
    • Audio: Effects
    • Audio - Music
  • Color Correction and Color Grading in Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Color Correction vs. Color Grading
    • White Balancing
    • Adding Contrast
    • Color Grading - Styles
  • Text and Titles
    • Choosing a Font
    • Intro Titles
    • Lower Thirds Titles
    • Adding Motion to Titles with Keyframes
  • Video Effects and Transitions in Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Special Effects
    • Transitions
    • Adding a Beautiful Vignette
  • Green Screen // Chroma Keying
    • The Color Key
    • The Ultra Key
    • Cropping for Keying
    • Adding A Background
    • Color Correction and Green Screen
    • Green Screen Wrap Up
  • The Final Cut, Exporting, and Uploading Online
    • Exporting and Uploading to YouTube
  • Course Wrap Up and Thank You
    • Landing a Job - From Video Editing 101
    • How to Review a Course in Udemy
    • Course Wrap Up and Thank You
    • SURVEY: What do you want to learn next?
  • BONUS Lessons
    • Picture in Picture Tutorial
    • How to Edit Vertical Footage (like from a smart phone) and Make it Look Better

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DSLR Video Production - Start Shooting Better Video Today

Learn to Create Amazing Videos Right on Your DSLR

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

Who says you need pricey equipment to craft amazing videos? Tap into the potential of your DSLR as a video recording dynamo with this in-depth course. You'll start with the basics of navigating your camera settings, then learn to set up great shot composition, accrue the right equipment, effectively light your shots, and much more.
  • Learn to film amazing videos on your DSLR w/ 4 hours of content
  • Shoot video in manual mode: configure shutter speed, white balance settings & more
  • Learn video composition basics: the rule of thirds, close-up shots, etc.
  • Get the equipment you need: camera body, lenses, tripods, etc.
  • Illuminate your footage w/ ambient lighting, spotlights & more
  • Utilize stabilization, composition & lighting
  • Record crystal-clear audio: utilize lapel & boom mics, reduce background noise, etc.
  • Shoot in slow motion, w/ multiple cameras & more
  • Master video editing on a DSLR: edit a montage, ingest video, create sequences, etc.
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Course Introduction
    • Course Introduction
    • Top 5 Tips for Better DSLR Video
    • Course Overview
    • Which Camera Brand is Best?
    • How to Succeed in this Course & an Important Message
  • Getting Started with DSLR Video
    • Introduction to Section - What camera will I be teaching with?
    • Turning your Camera On & Changing to Video Mode
    • Putting On & Taking Off Lenses
    • Shooting Modes - Which mode should you shoot in?
    • Choosing a Memory Card & Putting a Card in the Camera
    • Choosing Video Quality & Frame Rate
    • Recording Video, Reviewing your Footage, Deleting Clips & Formatting a Memory Ca
    • Section Conclusion
    • Exercise: Practice Setting Up Your Camera & Tripod (0:47)
    • Exercise: Walkthrough
  • Learn the Manual Settings of your DSLR Camera
    • Intro to Section
    • Shutter Speed and Video
    • Tip - Setting Shutter Speed as Twice the Frame Rate
    • Aperture and Video (aka F-Stop or Iris)
    • ISO and Video
    • Tip - Using Lights to Fix Exposure
    • Setting White Balance and a Bit About Color Temperature
    • What is a Picture Style, and How to Choose the Right One
    • Practice - Play with Your Settings (0:36)
    • Tips for Getting Perfect Focus
  • Basics of Video Composition - Getting Great Shots
    • Intro to Composition (0:30)
    • Basic Composition - Wide, Medium, and Close Up Shots
    • Tip - Head Room
    • The Rule of Thirds
    • Composing Interview Shots
    • Conclusion to this Section (0:30)
    • Exercise: Compose a Shot Using the Rule of Thirds (0:24)
    • Exercise: Walkthrough
  • Equipment Check - Building Your DSLR Video Kit
    • The Camera Body
    • Lens Options - Primes vs. Zooms
    • Lighting Options
    • Audio Recording
    • Stabilization - Tripods, Monopods, Steady Cam Systems, and Drones
  • Lighting for DSLR Video
    • Introduction to Lighting Section (0:25)
    • Using Ambient Light for Video
    • Tip - Use a Bounce Card
    • DIY Cheap and Easy Lighting Solutions
    • Key Light Sample, Diffusion, and Gels
    • Tip - Use Gloves to Protect Your Hands from Hot Lights (0:37)
    • Using a Spotlight for Highlighting Details
    • What is Three-Point Lighting (aka Documentary Lighting)?
    • Complete Guide to 3-Point Lighting
    • Lighting for Mood (1:00)
  • Audio for DSLR Video
    • Intro to Audio Recording for Video
    • Recording Audio with an External Recording Device like the Zoom H4N
    • How to Use a Lavaliere Microphone (aka Lapel Mic)
    • How to Use a Shotgun Microphone (aka Boom Mic)
    • How to Use Your Smart Phone to Record Great Audio
    • How to Record Audio at Proper Levels
    • How to Reduce Background Noise
    • Exercise: Record Audio and Remove Background Noise
    • Exercise: Walkthrough
  • Advanced Video Production Tips
    • Intro to Section
    • Shooting for Slow Motion
    • Getting Enough Coverage
    • Shooting with Multiple Cameras
    • Exercise: Slow Motion
    • Exercise: Walkthrough (4:07)
    • Sample Slow Motion Hummingbird Video
    • Bonus: Slow Motion in After Effects
  • Video Editing for DSLR Shooters
    • Intro to Editing
    • Ingesting Video into the Computer
    • Importing Video into the Video Editing Application
    • Creating a New Video Sequence
    • Basic Video Editing Tools and Tips
    • Syncing Video and Audio files for DSLR Shooters
    • Adding Titles
    • Exporting your Video for Sharing
    • Exercise: Edit a Video Montage
    • Exercise Example - Beach Montage
    • Exercise Example 2 - Swiss Travel Montage
  • Conclusion
    • Thank You and What's Next?

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Cinematography Masterclass: Start Shooting Better Video Now

Create Stunning Shots No Matter Your Film Equipment of Choice

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

If you want to shoot great films, or any video footage for that matter, crafting well-executed cinematography is a must. Learn everything from selecting the right equipment to effectively lighting your shots, master cinematography in no time, and capture amazing video no matter the device by course's end.
  • Dive into all things cinematography w/ 4 hours of content
  • Shoot stunning video no matter your equipment of choice: DSLR, GoPro, iPhone, etc.
  • Learn the fundamentals: choosing between a digital or film camera, understanding how resolution & frame rate work, etc.
  • Properly expose your videos by configuring frame rate, ISO, shutter speed & more
  • Coordinate camera movement w/ tripods, dollies, drones & more
  • Effectively light your video shots w/ different styles & using lighting kits
  • Work w/ the different departments on a film set
  • Benefit from top-notch instruction straight from a pro cinematographer
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting Started
    • What is this course all about?
    • Top 5 Tips for Better Cinematography
    • What is a Cinematographer (Director of Photography)?
    • Why Should You Become a Cinematographer?
  • The Camera - Understanding The Basics
    • Intro to Section
    • Choosing a Camera: Digital vs. Film
    • Choosing a Digital Camera: DSLR vs. Cinema Camera
    • What is Video Resolution?
    • What is Frame Rate?
    • Choosing a Lens
    • Memory Cards
    • What is Latitude?
    • Exercise - Put Together Your Camera Kit
    • Bonus Lesson - In Depth Camera Overview with Caleb
  • Getting the Right Exposure
    • Intro to Section
    • How Does Exposure Work?
    • How Does Frame Rate Affect Exposure?
    • What is ISO?
    • What is shutter speed?
    • What is Aperture (aka F-Stop)?
    • Class Break
    • Aperture Chart
    • Using Neutral Density (ND) Filters to Cut Down Light
    • Reading Exposure with Your Camera: Understanding the Histogram and Light Meters
    • Putting It All Together: How to Exposure Properly
    • Shooting with Color Profiles and LUTs
    • Shooting in RAW Mode for Best Color Correction
    • Exercise - Practice Shooting in Two Lighting Scenarios
  • Composition - Shoot Better Looking Video
    • Intro to Section
    • What is Composition?
    • Types of Shots You Need to Know
    • Getting Great Rack Focuses
    • Composing Better Shots for Narrative and Commercial Video
    • Composing Better Shots for Documentaries
    • Bonus Lesson - Tips for Shooting with Caleb
  • Adding Movement to Your Shots
    • Intro to Section
    • Why Should You Add Movement to Your Shots?
    • Using a Tripod for Better Video
    • Better Handheld Shooting
    • Using a Dolly for Better Video
    • Stabilizing Your Shots with a Steadicam System Like the Movi
    • Shooting with a Jib
    • Shooting with a Drone
    • Exercise - Practice Your Camera Moves
  • Video Lights - The Hardware
    • Intro to Section
    • What is Lighting?
    • Understanding Color Temperature
    • Light Color Temperature Chart
    • Setting White Balance on Your Camera
    • White Balance Symbol Chart
    • Powering Your Lights
    • Light Stands 101
    • Lighting Safety: How to Handle Lights
  • Video Lighting Techniques and Tips
    • Intro to Section
    • Why Do We Light?
    • Lighting Demonstration - What can lighting say?
    • How to Set Up 3-Point Lighting
    • Making Eyes Pop with Lighting
    • Tips for Shooting with Natural Light
    • Exercise - Set Up Three Point Lighting
  • How to Make Money as a Cinematographer/Videographer
    • Intro to Section
    • The Top Ways to Find Cinematography Work
    • How to Negotiate Your Rate
    • How to Get Paid with an Invoice
    • Understanding Taxes as a Freelancer
    • How to Charge as a Freelancer
  • Being On Set
    • Guide to Being on Set
    • Lights, Camera, Action! Order of Occurrences on Set
    • Set Etiquette: How to Act on Set
  • Taking It to the Next Level
    • Creating an Amazing Website and Reel
    • Going to Film Festivals
    • Doing Work for Free
  • Course Wrap-Up
    • Thank You for Taking This Course!

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Introduction to Camtasia, Final Cut Pro X & Wirecast for Live Streaming

Make & Share Online Video: Create Video Tutorials, Host Livestreams & More

By Jerry Banfield | in Online Courses

Whether you're looking to be a YouTube guru or conducting a seminar via livestream, you should know how to create and upload online video. From setting up your lighting to mastering use of screencasting and recording programs such as Camtasia Studio and Final Cut Pro X, you'll learn all you need to become an online video pro.
  • Learn to create & export online videos w/ 6 hours of content
  • Understand what video production hardware & software you need: the right computer, lighting setup, green screen, etc.
  • Master Camtasia Studio to create screen capture video tutorials
  • Use Final Cut Pro X to craft long YouTube video tutorials & talking head videos
  • Craft online courses, live streams & more
  • Tap into a potentially lucrative source of income
Jerry Banfield has been an online entrepreneur since 2011, having served hundreds of clients in over 20 countries and managed billions of Facebook ads. He has learned how to drive large amounts of organic Google and YouTube traffic to his website, and teaches online courses sharing his experience with students worldwide. A member of the MENSA society, Jerry holds degrees from the University of South Carolina and the University of South Florida. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Making videos online has been a miracle for my professional life.
    • Thank you for taking the course! How can you get a fast start now?
    • Why take the time to learn and produce videos?
    • This course will give you what you put into it.
    • Different types of videos I make including talking head and screen capture.
  • Your Hardware and Software define your video production experience.
    • Getting my equipment working well has taken more than a year and $10,000.
    • Choosing a few good microphones.
    • What type of computer works for filming best?
    • Having two computers can make things easier.
    • I like to have the option to stand or sit without changing anything.
    • My standing desk using a shelving unit for under $100.
    • Lighting setup simply with clip on lamps and studio lighting for under $100.
    • A backdrop will make you look much more professional for under $100.
    • Using a green screen for combined talking head and screen capture videos.
  • Camtasia Studio (Windows) for screen capture video tutorials on Windows.
    • Introduction to Camtasia Studio on Windows.
    • How to record in Camtasia Studio 8.
    • How to import videos for editing in Camtasia Studio.
    • Basic editing functions in Camtasia Studio.
    • Having your audio right to begin with is much easier than editing it in Camtasia
    • Exporting options to render your video in Camtasia Studio.
  • Camtasia 2 on Mac for recording screen capture video tutorials.
    • Introduction to Camtasia 2 on iMac.
    • How to record in Camtasia 2.
    • Basic editing functions in Camtasia 2.
    • Having your audio good without editing is much easier than editing in Camtasia 2
    • How to import a video already recorded for editing in Camtasia 2.
    • Exporting options to render your video in Camtasia 2.
    • Advanced exporting options for rendering in more formats besides MP4.
  • Final Cut Pro X (Mac) for Long YouTube Video Tutorials and Talking Head Videos.
    • Introduction to Final Cut Pro X.
    • Importing your talking head videos live in Final Cut Pro X.
    • Importing a video you already recorded into Final Cut Pro X.
    • Other ways to record live in Final Cut Pro X.
    • Basic editing functions in Final Cut Pro X.
    • Final Cut Pro X has great audio editing options.
    • Adding graphics your videos is fairly simple in Final Cut Pro X.
    • You can add text a lot of different ways in Final Cut Pro X.
    • Exporting options to render your video in Final Cut Pro X.
    • Send to compressor for long rendering jobs and multiple videos.
  • Wirecast for streaming and green screen combination talking head/screencapture.
    • What is live streaming and why do it?
    • How my live stream looks on YouTube and Twitch.
    • What hardware can you use to start cheap and what do I use?
    • Which version of Wirecast I use and what you might want to use?
    • Introduction to Wirecast and how to save your production setup.
    • Setting up your sources to input video into Wirecast.
    • Setting up your picture, editing your shot, and using a green screen.
    • Setting up your output to stream live to YouTube and Twitch.
    • Screen capture another computer and record to disk with Wirecast.
    • Streaming live to YouTube and Twitch successfully.

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Drones: Learn Aerial Photography & Videography Basics

Capture Stunning Aerial Footage Using a Quadcopter

By Mark Richardson | in Online Courses

The secret to filming stunning aerial videography? Drones. Capture dynamic footage formerly only possible via helicopter or plane, and more efficiently and inexpensively than you thought possible. You'll master the essentials of drone-powered videography--ranging from drone flying safety measures to footage editing techniques--and will be ready to turn out polished videos guaranteed to impress viewers by course's end.
  • Use drones to capture aerial footage w/ over 2 hours of content
  • Understand important FAA regulations & safety tips
  • Learn how to maneuver a drone like an expert
  • Choose the right drone
  • Utilize first person view (FPV) to craft dynamic footage
  • Understand important safety measures for flying drones
  • Edit your footage in post-processing
  • Effectively use your aerial imaging to craft a story
  • Travel w/ your drone without any fuss
Mark Richardson is a full time photographer and videographer who has built custom multirotors and has been capturing aerial imagery for over two years. He's traveled worldwide with his current quadcopter, (an Inspire 1) and has mastered the techniques for getting stunning aerial shots while maintaining safety. Mark has hundreds of hours of multirotor flight time under his belt, with a zero crash record on the Inspire 1. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Safety and Common Sense
    • Introduction
    • FAA Regulations
    • Three Main Rules to Follow
    • Flight Log
  • Flight Training
    • The best quadcopters for learning to fly under $50.00 (3:11)
    • Basic Controls
    • Maintaining and Regaining Orientation
    • Maneuvers to Practice
  • Choosing an Aerial Platform
    • Build or Buy?
    • Multirotor Configurations (6:42)
    • The DJI Phantom Sweet-Spot (2:30)
    • DJI Phantom Versions Comparison (4:03)
  • First Person View (FPV)
    • Video Downlink Demonstration and Setup Guide
    • Longer Range Options (Dragon Link, LightBridge)
  • Phantom Firmware and Settings
    • Updating Firmware
    • Gimbal Limits (2:18)
    • Advanced IMU Calibration (2:16)
    • Fail-safes (1:45)
    • Advanced Modes (3:38)
  • Recommended GoPro Settings
    • Video Settings
    • Photo Settings
  • Preflight Checklist, Takeoff and Landing
    • Preflight Checklist PDF
    • Equipment Check and Packing
    • Compass Calibration
    • Takeoff and Hover Check
    • Ground and Catch Landing Demonstration
    • Fail-safe Demonstration
    • Situations Fail-Safe will Fail
  • Aerial Video & Photo Processing and Editing
    • Lightroom Workflow (3:57)
    • Photoshop Workflow (1:51)
    • Final Cut Pro X Workflow (3:21)
  • Using Aerial Imaging to Tell a Story
    • Aerial Video Shot List (1:02)
    • Best Still Photo Tips (2:21)
    • Supplementing a Project with the Aerial Perspective
  • Traveling with your Quadcopter
    • Best Cases for Travel (1:01)
    • Multirotors and Airline Travel (2:06)
    • Dealing with Customs
  • Final Thoughts, Resources and Inspiration
    • Troubleshooting & Tips – Avoiding Prop Shadow and Jello
    • How to Fix X1 Tilt Lever on Phantom 2 Transmitter
    • 5 Inspirational Aerial Films
    • My Recommended Setup: Complete Parts and Price List
    • DJI Ground Station
    • DJI Phantom 2 FPV over Frozen Ririe Reservoir
    • DJI Inspire 1 Review + Download 4k Sample Footage and RAW DNG Stills
    • DJI Inspire 1 Quick Tip #1 (0:40)
  • Updates
    • Inspire 1 Crashed in Cold Weather + Repair Process

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Filmmaking Hacks: Secrets to Shoot & Market Your Indie Film

Get a Stellar Film Education By Diving into Case Studies on Award-Winning Flicks

By Alex Ferarri | in Online Courses

This course will walk you through the entire filmmaking process for three award-winning indie films. From casting to choreography to audio and visual editing, you'll learn valuable takeaways applicable to your own filmmaking aspirations. Best of all? You're receiving top-notch film instruction while spending a fraction of the time and money required of a formal film school education.
  • Learn proven techniques for shooting & marketing your indie film w/ 9 hours of content
  • Dive into real world case studies on 3 award-winning films
  • Get instruction from pros w/ credits in Jurassic World, Avatar & other blockbusters
  • Learn pre-production essentials: rehearsing w/ actors, crafting your film's look, casting, etc.
  • Master production essentials: shooting action sequences, applying makeup & more
  • Understand post-production essentials: color correction, title sequencing, etc.
Alex Ferrari has been in the film industry for over 20 years, and has worked on over 1000 feature films, shorts, commercials, music videos, network promos, documentaries and webisodes. His personal films have been screened in 600+ film festivals around the world. He also runs Indie Film Hustle, a website offering instruction on how to survive and thrive in the film business. Alex has worked with Academy Award and Sundance winners, as well as beginning film students eager to learn from his expertise. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • The Films: Watch the Three Films we'll Be Breaking Down
    • WATCH THE FILM: Red Princess Blues
    • WATCH THE FILM: B R O K E N
    • WATCH THE FILM: Cyn - A Twisted Tale
  • Pre-Production: How to Plan Your Film
    • Finding Your Shot in Rehearsal
    • How to Get Bad Ass Prop Guns
    • Rehearsing with Actors
    • How Not to Get Shot on Set
    • Creating the Look of Your Film
    • Costume Design: Creating the Look of Your Characters
    • Concept Art: Developing the World
    • Casting an Indie Film
    • Storyboard Breakdown
  • Production: Going to Battle
    • Producing Your First Film
    • How to Shoot an Action Sequence
    • Blocking an Action Sequence
    • How to Make Robert Rodriguez's Infamous Guacamole Gun
    • Special FX Make-Up
    • Art of Indie Cinematography
    • Breaking Down the Fight
    • Stunt School: Creating Crazy Stunts on the Cheap
    • The Black Arts of Practical Effects
    • Designing the World - Production Design
  • Post Production: Bring It All Together
    • Breaking Down Visual Effects: 100 Crazy Shots
    • What is Color Correction?
    • Title Sequence: Telling a Story with the Opening Credits
    • Visual Effect in the Indie Film World
    • World Building - Breaking Down RPB Visual Effects
  • CASE STUDIES: How to Market a Short Film
    • Breaking Down Marketing for BROKEN
    • Breaking Down Marketing for Red Princess Blues
    • Breaking Down Marketing for CYN
    • After the Short: Marketing a Short Film in a Digital World
    • Creating an Event: Poster Design Gallery - BROKEN
    • Movie Trailer: BROKEN
    • Movie Trailer: Red Princess Blues
    • Movie Trailer: CYN - A Twisted Tale
    • 6 Secrets to Get Into Film Festivals for Cheap or FREE
  • SHORT FILM COMMENTARY SERIES
    • Red Princess Blues - Commentary Series: Director
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Director
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Producer
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Visual Effect Team
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Composer
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Entire Cast
    • BROKEN - Commentary Series: Film Geeks Unite! (BONUS)
    • CYN - Commentary Series: Director
  • BONUS MATERIALS
    • BROKEN: 10 Years Retrospective
    • BROKEN: Gag Reel
    • BROKEN: Alternate Ending
    • BROKEN: Art of a Creepy Short Film
    • Cyn: Making of a One Week Short!
    • The Art of BROKEN (Hard Cover Book) $50 VALUE
  • BONUS: Indie Film Hustle Podcast: Survive & Thrive in the Film Business
    • How I Made $90,000 Selling My Short Film
    • How to Turn Your Independent Film into a Money Making Business
    • The Hollywood Game - Be Prepared to Play
    • Getting Attention from Influencers – My Roger Ebert Story
    • Do I Need to Move to Los Angeles to Make it in Hollywood?

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GoPro for Beginners: How to Shoot & Edit Video with a GoPro

Take Your GoPro Video to the Next Level

By Video School Online | in Online Courses

GoPro cameras may have made it easier than ever for users to shoot action video, but this course will teach you key principles to truly elevate your footage. From shooting on your GoPro's manual mode to polishing your video in post-production, you'll become adept at capturing and sharing your adventures hitting the trails, surfing, and more.
  • Shoot & edit great video using any GoPro camera w/ 1.5 hours of content
  • Easily maneuver the settings on your GoPro
  • Shoot using a GoPro's manual settings
  • Utilize the right equipment to execute impressive shots
  • Use GoPro Studio to edit video: add titles & music, export your video, etc.
  • Use style presets to enhance the look of your video
  • Export HD videos to share online
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting Started with GoPro
    • Course Introduction
    • Sample GoPro Video - Travel Montage in the Philippines
  • GoPro Basics
    • GoPro Camera Anatomy - What are all these buttons?
    • Turning on Your GoPro
    • How to Record with a GoPro Camera (0:26)
    • GoPro Record Modes
    • How to Access and Navigate the GoPro Menu (1:27)
    • GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Size and Resolution
    • GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Frame Rate
    • GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Field of View - Wide vs. Medium
    • Photo Modes with your GoPro
    • GoPro Capture Settings
    • GoPro ProTune Setting
    • How to Delete Footage from your GoPro (0:44)
    • How to Stop the Beeping (0:36)
    • Connecting your GoPro to a Mobile Device for Live Viewing with the GoPro App
  • Shooting Better Video with your GoPro
    • 5 Tips for Better GoPro Video
    • Our Favorite GoPro Accessories
    • Shooting with the Accessories
    • Exercise - Go Shoot Some Video! (1:03)
  • Editing Video with GoPro Studio
    • Downloading GoPro Studio (1:26)
    • Importing Video to GoPro Studio (0:49)
    • Viewing & Trimming Footage - Picking Your Favorite Selects
    • Editing Your Video
    • Adding Titles in GoPro Studio
    • Adding Music in GoPro Studio
    • Speed up or Slow Down Video in GoPro Studio
    • Color Correction and Grading in GoPro Studio
    • Using Style Presets in GoPro Studio
    • Exporting Your Video from GoPro Studio
    • Exercise - Edit a Video with GoPro Studio!
  • Conclusion
    • Thank You for Taking This Course!

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Complete Green Screen Video Editing For Beginners & Pros

Create Special Effects with Effective Green Screen Editing Techniques

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

Think of the words "green screen," and you may envision a complex (and expensive) filmmaking setup. But that's not necessarily the case. As you'll quickly learn, green screens are a highly effective way of implementing special effects in smaller scale projects in addition to big-budget productions. You'll learn the basics of using Adobe Premiere Pro and other popular video editing programs, mastering best practices for creating films with truly impressive visual effects.
  • Master green screen editing w/ 4 hours of content
  • Learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects & Final Cut Pro X
  • Implement color key effects
  • Add a background to your footage
  • Polish your footage using color correction
  • Improve your footage by cropping it
  • Master advanced green screen editing techniques: create a driving scene, enhance your workflow, etc.
Phil Ebiner is passionate about inspiring people through online courses, of which 100,000 students have taken since 2012. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film and Television Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Over the past 5 years, he has shot and edited thousands of videos that have played everywhere from the movie screen and television to film festivals and YouTube. For more details on the course and instructor, click here. This course is hosted by StackSkills, the premier eLearning destination for discovering top-shelf courses on everything from coding—to business—to fitness, and beyond!

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required
  • Final Cut Pro X, FInal Cut Pro 7, Adobe Premiere Pro, and/or Adobe After Effects
  • Free trial versions of Adobe Premiere & After Effects are available for download

Course Outline

  • My First Section
    • Green Screen Introduction: Why, When, How? + Supplemental Materials
  • Green Screen Editing - Final Cut Pro
    • Color Key Effect
    • Blue / Green Screen Effect
    • Chroma Keyer Effect
    • Edge Correction - Spill Suppressor Effect
    • Cropping and Green Screen
    • Adding a Background
    • Color Correction and Green Screen
    • Final Cut Pro Wrap-Up
  • Green Screen Editing - Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Introduction and Color Key
    • Ultra Key Effect
    • Cropping and Green Screen in Premiere
    • Adding a Background in Premiere
    • Color Correction and Green Screen in Premiere
    • Premiere Pro Wrap-Up
  • Green Screen Editing - Adobe After Effects
    • Introduction and Color Key in After Effects
    • Keylight 1.2 Effect
    • Cropping / Masking in After Effects
    • Adding Backgrounds in After Effects
    • Color Correction in After Effects
    • After Effects Wrap-Up
  • Green Screen Editing - Final Cut Pro X
    • Introduction and Color Key in Final Cut Pro X
    • Cropping and green Screen in FCP X
    • Adding a Background in FCP X
    • Color Correction and Green Screen in FCP X
    • Final Cut Pro X Green Screen Wrap-Up
  • Advanced Green Screen Editing
    • Driving the Highway
    • Using Adobe Dynamic Link to Enhance Workflow
    • The Flying Crow
  • Course Wrap Up
    • SURVEY: What do you want to learn next?
    • How to Review a Course on Udemy

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  • Instant digital redemption