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.
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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.
Get post-production tips on topics such as compositing, color correction, audio, and media management.
Recording dual audio? Learn how sync your media in post using Final Cut Pro X and PluralEyes.
Learn how to use the templates and presets that ship with the Final Cut Pro X Media Browser to build your own titles and effects.
Learn how to color correct and color grade video in Final Cut Pro X.
A comprehensive method for developing compelling storylines in Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x.
Learn how to build a polished documentary using Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x and a few essential editing techniques.
Create a polished, effects-driven commercial in Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x.
Demonstrates how to transfer audio from Final Cut Pro X v10.1.x to Pro Tools with X2 Pro Audio Convert.
Shows filmmakers and film editors how to present their vision dynamically with Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x.
Covers the most common questions videographers encounter when shooting and editing with DSLR cameras, from choosing a frame size and frame rate to understanding moiré.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
Learn to manipulate emotion, mood, time of day, and location in a variety of shots, from interior spaces to outside landscapes, with color grading.
Create a polished, effects-driven commercial in Final Cut Pro X.
Explore a powerful round-trip workflow between Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro that enables sound editors to quickly mix dialogue, sound effects, and music for film.
Shows filmmakers and film editors how to dynamically present their vision with Final Cut Pro.
Capture footage of everyday objects and combine it with effects in popular postproduction tools like After Effects and Premiere Pro, resulting in rich, abstract backdrops for your project.
Find out how to build a polished documentary using Final Cut Pro X and essential documentary editing techniques.
Demonstrates how to transfer audio from Final Cut Pro to Pro Tools with X2 Pro Audio Convert.
A comprehensive method for developing compelling storylines in Final Cut Pro X.
Combine two powerhouse applications to create practical and useful titles and graphics in a Final Cut Pro project.
Demonstrates how to use any version of Final Cut Pro to add lighting effects to existing footage.
Designed for those shooting high-definition video with the Canon 5D Mark II and creating a finished product using Final Cut Pro.
Learn the technique for adding glowing highlights and richly saturated colors often associated with footage shot on film.
Instructor Frank Rohmer covers everything from setting up a new project to working with effects and color.
Examines the use of professional-grade effects in Final Cut Pro.
Covers the new features in Final Cut Pro 6, from the open-format Timeline to the user preference controls.
Shortcuts and professional techniques for tackling Final Cut Pro's most common challenges.
Learn advanced techniques for working with audio, motion effects, filter effects, and color.
How to add the finishing touches that make a video compelling.
“Your training goes way more in-depth than most classes at my school, and you can pause and rewind it if you don't follow it the first time.” —Jared L.
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