As filmmaking continues to explode in both entertainment and education (plus, the cost of professional equipment is coming down) the industry is becoming more and more competitive.You can no longer “rest on your laurels”... the key is watching what the master filmmakers and cinematographers are doing.
Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
(2h 54m Appropriate for all Jan 16, 2015)
Genre: eLearning | Project Files Included
In video production, the process of selecting music for projects can be tedious and time consuming. You have to sift through thousands of generic tracks to find something uniquely suited to your project that hasn't been used in thousands of other projects.
Year: 2009-2010, Language: English | RAR Size: 4.53 GB < UnRAR size: 9.4 GB
Video codec: QuickTime, Video: H.264, 960x540, 29,97 fps, Audio: AAC, Stereo (LR), 44.100 kHz
Artbeats recruits top experts in the design industry to create these educational video tutorials for you. Whether you're a novice wanting step-by-step instruction, or a veteran just looking to expand your creative possibilities, Artbeats video tutorials will help you build your own masterpiece using stock footage. Be sure to check back often for new videos.
Artbeats has recruited design expert Steve Holmes of Energi Design to bring you bi-weekly video tutorials which show you quick tips for using stock footage in your projects in innovative ways. Whether you're a novice wanting step-by-step instruction, or a veteran just looking to expand your creative possibilities, these tips, presented in After Effects, will help bring your projects to the next level.
Composition is one of the least understood yet most important aspects of video. Like good storytelling, in order to achieve good video composition you have to make every detail count and keep the audience engaged in your story. In this course, Eduardo Angel breaks down effective cinematic composition, showing how to create different compositional effects using a variety of techniques.
Better Video With Your Smartphone will help you make great-looking video with the amazing little video camera in your pocket. This course explores film-making techniques, how to get the most from your phone's video capabilities, and what tools and tactics work best with a smartphone. By the end of this course you'll be able to make a professional-looking short video with nothing but your phone!
Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English
Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Technology
Video professionals: get a clear understanding of just how graphics work in video projects. You'll learn the resolution, color-space, bit-depth, aspect-ratio, and file-format requirements for both raster- and vector-based video. You'll also discover how to prep files with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for use in a video workflow. Author Rich Harrington also covers the range of issues that can impact broadcast-safe graphics.
Tutsplus - Corporate Filmmaking | 1.57 GB
English | 2 hours | AVC1 1280x720 24 fps | AAC 192 Kbps 44.1 KHz
Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner
It's time to earn money with your creativity at film making. Companies have money and they would love to spend that for a good corporate film. You are about to learn the artistic and commercials aspects for creating a good corporate film. Starting from a well thought concept until getting payed well.