Get to know the various options available to you for frame size and frame rate on an Android device.
- In this movie we're going to talk about … the basics of frame rate and frame size. … We're going to start with frame size. … One thing you want to keep in mind … is there's two main formats that's happening … right now in most Android devices, … and that's HD, happens to be 1920 by 1080, … and then you have UHD or 4K. … Usually the dimensions are 3840 by 2160, … which means in pixel dimensions … it's a lot bigger than HD. … The two thing I want you to know, … number one is because it's bigger … it's going to take up a lot more space on your phone … but give you a much higher quality video image. … With that said, some of the Android devices in particular … don't shoot the highest quality content out of the gate, … because they're wary about how much storage space you have. … So take for instance here I have … my Google Pixel XL 3 here. … And where you go to look at these settings is … and under More, we can actually look … at the settings of the camera. … Once I scroll down to the Video section, …
- Telling your story
- Planning your shots
- Affordable lighting solutions
- Adjusting brightness and focus
- Staying organized and backing up your files
- Getting better audio
- Uploading your videos to social media
- Using Sun Surveyor
Skill Level Beginner
Making Video 1: Sell Somethingwith Ashley Kennedy2h 49m Beginner
Creating Video for a Non-Profitwith Ashley Kennedy1h 50m Beginner
The final product1m 39s
1. Video Production Basics
2. Shooting Video
3. Post-Production and Additional Apps and Gear
Next steps1m 26s
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