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  • view course page for Video Production and Post Tip of the Week

    Learn about video production and post-production. Learn how to create point-of-view shots, record at high frame rates to achieve super slow motion, and broadcast or stream on the web.

    2h 20m
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  • view course page for Filmmaking Forum: Conversations

    Get filmmaking tips in our new biweekly series. Join online conversations with modern filmmakers, as they discuss technology, technique, and storytelling, and offer advice for new directors and editors entering the industry.

    1h 23m
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  • view course page for Premiere Pro CC Essential Training (2015)

  • view course page for Filmmaking Forum: Scene Analysis

    Learn how film professionals arrive at the finished product. Ashley Kennedy breaks down scenes and interviews the filmmakers about their aesthetic, approach, workflow, and collaboration style in this biweekly series.

    1h 1m
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  • view course page for DSLR Video Tips: Software

    DSLR Video Tips: Software

    with Richard Harrington

    Get tips for importing, processing, editing, and color grading single- and multi-camera footage from a DSLR with software such as Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and SpeedGrade.

    3h 30m
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  • view course page for DSLR Video Tips: Lighting

    DSLR Video Tips: Lighting

    with Richard Harrington

    Get simple solutions to the most common video lighting challenges, such as controlling exposure in bright locations, using available light, working without power, and enhancing lighting in post.

    1h 43m
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  • view course page for Creating a Short Film: 04 Working with Actors

  • view course page for DSLR Video Tips: Technical Knowledge

    Learn the technical aspects of shooting with DSLR cameras, including frame size and rate, compression, and exposure, and get tips on troubleshooting common technical problems and setting up multicamera shoots.

    4h 7m
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  • view course page for Creating a Short Film: 03 Pre-Production

    Learn how to prepare to make a short film with these pre-production tips. Find out how to prep your shot list, create a shooting schedule and budget, scout locations, and get props and costumes ready for action.

    2h 13m
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  • view course page for DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear

    DSLR Video Tips: Gadgets & Gear

    with Richard Harrington

    Learn the essential gear every video professional needs to capture better angles, control the camera remotely, stabilize shaky footage, check focus and exposure, and more.

    3h 57m
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  • view course page for Capturing Audio for Video 03: Real World Solutions

    Audio specialist Jeff Jacoby shares his solutions for challenging real-world audio issues, such as getting good audio from long shots and multiple actors and dealing with background noise.

    23m 57s
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  • view course page for DSLR Video Tips: Cameras & Lenses

    DSLR Video Tips: Cameras & Lenses

    with Richard Harrington

    Explore the different camera and lens options for digital video. Learn about the difference between cropped and full-sized sensors, prime vs. zoom lenses, and shooting with a Canon, Nikon, Blackmagic, iPhone, or GoPro camera.

    8h 13m
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  • view course page for Creating a Short Film: 02 Writing

    Learn the basics of writing a great script, including storytelling, working with screenwriting software, and revising scripts. These filmmaking tips are designed for anyone who wants to make a short film.

    3h 17m
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  • view course page for Frame.io Video Collaboration and Review

    Make your media collaboration strategy smarter with Frame.io. Learn about the benefits and features of Frame.io and find out how to integrate Frame.io with Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X.

    1h 56m
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  • view course page for Budgeting Video Projects

    Budgeting Video Projects

    with Richard Harrington

    Budgets keep video productions in line and on time. Learn how to develop professional budgets, quotes, and proposals for any kind of shoot, and transform those estimates into invoices.

    3h 7m
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  • view course page for Creating a Short Film: 01 Producing

    Creating a Short Film is a 13-part training series that shows how to make movies, as well as the actual struggles filmmakers have to overcome to get films made. This installment covers the role of the producer: getting financing, dealing with legal issues, and increasing production value.

    1h 6m
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  • view course page for Video Post Production for Low-Budget Films

    Learn tried-and-true post-production tips and techniques for low-budget or ultra-low-budget video projects. Learn effective post-production techniques from Emmy-winning filmmaker Eduardo Angel.

    1h 5m
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  • view course page for Maya: Motion Graphics Workflow with MASH

    Learn how to incorporate the powerful MASH procedural animation tools—included with the Maya 2016 Extension 2—into your Maya workflow and build more dynamic motion graphics.

    3h 33m
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  • view course page for Video Pre-production for Low-Budget Films

    Learn pre-production steps for low-budget and ultra-low-budget films. Emmy-winning director Eduardo Angel covers the entire pre-production workflow, from concepting to pre-shooting.

    56m 46s
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  • view course page for Video Gear Weekly

    Video Gear Weekly

    with Richard Harrington

    Get reviews and tips on the latest video gear, from cameras like the Blackmagic 4K and GoPros, to lighting, accessories, and adapters.

    25h 47m
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  • view course page for Introduction to Documentary Video Storytelling

    Learn about the history and importance of documentary filmmaking. This course explores the narrative building blocks of documentaries, and delves into specific examples of nonfiction filmmaking to explore the myriad of ways filmmakers have approached this craft over the past 120 years—culminating into the evolution of today's documentary film.

    1h 54m
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  • view course page for Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoding Workflows

    Post-production pro Jason Osder shows the ins and outs of working with transcoded footage. Learn different transcoding workflows for Premiere Pro, Adobe Media Encoder, and Prelude: transcoding at the very beginning, in the middle while you're working, or at the end during output.

    2h 8m
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  • view course page for Multi-Camera Video Production and Post

    Learn how to organize and run multicamera video productions, and use tools such as Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro to fine-tune the results.

    3h 55m
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  • view course page for Video Editing: Moving from Production to Post

    Learn how to shoot and prepare footage for editing in Final Cut Pro or Premiere Pro. Get smart video production strategies that will streamline video editing and maximize your creative choices in post.

    2h 22m
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  • view course page for Capturing Audio for Video 02: Tips & Techniques

    Instructor and audio specialist, Jeff Jacoby, will show members important concepts, equipment, tips, and tricks for capturing great audio on their next shoot.

    28m 24s
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  • view course page for Cinematic Video Lighting

    Cinematic Video Lighting

    with Jem Schofield

    Get tips on choosing lighting equipment, setting up low-key lighting, and shooting great interviews, B-roll, and more. Use these video lighting techniques to get cinematic results quickly and easily.

    1h 44m
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  • view course page for Up and Running with Adobe Creative Cloud

    Get an overview of Adobe Creative Cloud. Learn how to install and update apps such as Photoshop and InDesign, use cloud storage, and take CC on the go.

    57m 41s
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  • view course page for Artists and Their Work: Conversations about Mograph, VFX, and Digital Art

  • view course page for Taylre Jones Film and Video Colorist

    Follow along with colorist Taylre Jones as he reveals insights from his grading process in DaVinci Resolve and before-and-after samples straight from his reel.

    16m 7s
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  • view course page for Script Writing for Nonfiction Video

    Learn how to write a script for a corporate project, documentary film, or any other nonfiction video project.

    1h 46m
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  • view course page for After Effects: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates

    Learn about the significant new motion graphics and visual effects features introduced in Adobe After Effects CC 2015—as soon as they are released.

    1h 44m
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  • view course page for Premiere Pro: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates

  • view course page for Concert Motion Graphics with Ghost Town Media

    The team behind Ghost Town Media introduces their innovative After Effects workflow for the stage design of Linkin Park's latest tour, Hunting Party.

    21m 35s
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  • view course page for Producing Professional Podcasts

    Producing Professional Podcasts

    with Richard Harrington

    Learn how to start a podcast. Rich Harrington shows how to set up your studio or computer, record audio and video, edit your podcast, and publish it on an RSS feed.

    5h 6m
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  • view course page for X-Particles for CINEMA 4D Essential Training

    Get started with X-Particles, the CINEMA 4D plugin that allows artists to create finely rendered fluid simulations, dynamics, and collisions quickly and easily.

    3h 17m
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  • view course page for The History of Film and Video Editing

    An introduction to the history of film and video editing, including both essential editing techniques and evolving technology.

    2h 10m
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  • view course page for Capturing Audio for Video 01: Getting Started

    Jeff Jacoby, an audio specialist and professor of audio at San Francisco State University, shows how to plan a shoot with sound in mind, choose microphones, and deal with camera settings and audio hardware to capture the best results.

    35m 45s
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  • view course page for Premiere Pro Guru: Mixing Audio Clips and Tracks

  • view course page for Introduction to Video Dialogue Editing

    Explore the history of dialogue in film and the techniques behind editing a great dialogue-based scene.

    3h 14m
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  • view course page for mocha 4 Essential Training

    Learn how to use mocha 4 for match moving, 3D camera solves, custom shape creation, rotoscoping, and more.

    9h 46m
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  • view course page for Premiere Pro Guru: Adjustment Layers and Nesting

  • view course page for Embracing Change: Chris Do and the Work of Blind

    Learn about motion design firm Blind's journey, and why founder Chris Do thinks it's the most exciting time for designers who choose change to be alive.

    9m 5s
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  • view course page for Video for Photographers 02: Filmmaking on Location

    Join Emmy-winning filmmaker Eduardo Angel on set at a beautiful winery in Oregon, where he captures stills, video, and sound for a short promotional video. Get a unique view into an actual location shoot, from concept to delivery, and experience the advantages and challenges of working as a two-man crew on limited budget.

    1h 28m
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  • view course page for Conversations in Video Editing

    Ashley Kennedy chats with veteran video editors about their latest projects and their unique approaches to editing and storytelling with video.

    5h 13m
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  • view course page for Video for Photographers 01: Filmmaking Essentials

    Photographers: Expand your creative options and the range of services you can offer to clients by incorporating video and hybrid projects into your skill set.

    37m 53s
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  • view course page for Introduction to Video Color Correction

    Introduces the concepts behind color correction and color grading, and guides editors through the process of correcting contrast, color balance, and hue/saturation in individual shots and entire films.

    2h 49m
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  • view course page for NAB 2015: Navigating the Landscape of Video Production and Post

  • view course page for Pro Video Tips

    Pro Video Tips

    with Anthony Q. Artis

    Get tips on topics like shooting techniques, storytelling, audio, and miking.

    11h 47m
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  • view course page for HitFilm 3 Pro Essential Training

    Learn to use HitFilm 3 Pro in three powerful ways: as a video editor, as a tool for adding 2D video effects to your movies, and as a compositing tool for creating amazing 3D and planar-tracking effects.

    5h 57m
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  • view course page for Corporate and Documentary Video Lighting

    Production veteran and instructor Eduardo Angel introduces important techniques to create compelling lighting for sales, promotional, and corporate videos.

    28m 56s
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