DSLR Video Tips: Software

DSLR Video Tips: Software

DSLR Video Tips: Software is an Intermediate level course on Photography, compiled by the author, Richard Harrington. This course is an essential foundation for a person who needs to get better at his/her Photography expertise. It gives you a thorough grip on DSLR Video, Audio for Video, Filmmaking, Photography, Video, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, DSLR Video, Audio for Video, Filmmaking, Photography, Video, Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro.

Free Download - DSLR Video Tips: Software
Author Richard Harrington
Publish Date 6/14/2016
Skill Intermediate
Duration 3h 30m
Topic Audio for Video
Video Tutorials 44
Last Update N/A

Video production doesn’t stop in your DSLR. The next step to creating a cohesive story and look for your project takes place in post-production: in software like Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro. In this installment of DSLR Video Tips, Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman provide tips for importing, processing, and editing single- and multi-camera footage with these powerhouse programs. They also show how to achieve a more filmic look with plugins like Tiffen Dfx and SpeedGrade, correct shaky footage, and assemble time-lapse footage from a GoPro. Plus, learn about some handy mobile apps for anticipating weather, scouting locations, recording audio and video on the go, and determining the position of the sun or moon.

Topics include:

  • Importing footage in Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro
  • Syncing and editing multicam footage
  • Achieving a film look
  • Boosting creative options with third-party plugins
  • Color grading in SpeedGrade and Resolve
  • Assembling a GoPro time lapse
  • Using mobile apps for site surveys and lighting

DSLR Video Tips: Software : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 9s
  • How do I import into Premiere Pro?1m 19s
  • Transferring from a card into Premiere Pro3m 55s
  • Importing footage into Premiere Pro6m 56s
  • Processing multiple-camera footage1m 8s
  • Organizing the media for Adobe Premiere Pro5m 36s
  • Syncing in Adobe Premiere Pro6m 20s
  • Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro9m 2s
  • Achieving a film look2m 36s
  • Post-processing to achieve a film look: Part 18m 45s
  • Post-processing to achieve a film look: Part 24m 37s
  • How do I import into Final Cut Pro X?59s
  • Transferring from a card into Final Cut Pro X5m 3s
  • Importing footage into Final Cut Pro X8m 51s
  • Organizing and syncing media for Final Cut Pro X5m 13s
  • Editing in Final Cut Pro X8m 40s
  • Post-processing to achieve a film look: Part one7m 20s
  • Post-processing to achieve a film look: Part two7m 3s
  • Taking a look at third-party plugins3m 21s
  • Exploring Tiffen Dfx filter plugins6m 59s
  • Boosting creativity with Tiffen Dfx looks4m 3s
  • Exploring the Magic Bullet Suite5m 45s
  • Taking your footage further with Magic Bullet Looks4m 46s
  • Achieving a film look in DaVinci Resolve3m 7s
  • Using Resolve presets4m 29s
  • Color grading from scratch7m 29s
  • Achieving a filmic look3m 58s
  • Using SpeedGrade presets7m 34s
  • Why assemble a time lapse?1m 59s
  • Assembling a time lapse in Photoshop6m 36s
  • Assembling a time lapse in Premiere Pro7m 43s
  • Assembling a time lapse in After Effects5m 3s
  • Taking a look at shaky footage1m 45s
  • Fixing shaky footage in Final Cut Pro X3m 18s
  • Fixing shaky footage in Premiere Pro5m 46s
  • A quick overview of site surveys1m 25s
  • Anticipating the weather3m 11s
  • Taking panoramic site photos with Occipital 360 Panorama3m 46s
  • Collecting location information with PANASCOUT2m 48s
  • Portable and mobile pro audio to go3m 36s
  • Scouting the lighting situation on location1m 10s
  • Using LightTrac to determine sun or moon position2m 12s
  • Using Sun Seeker to track sun or moon position3m 2s
  • Determining the position of the sun or moon with Focalware2m 37s

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