Mistakes and bad takes happen. Learn how to diagnose issues and create a new clip to hide or replace the unwanted section.
- [Instructor] Sometimes I'll get to the editing stage,…and discover that the story just isn't working.…Either a crucial chunk of information is missing,…or a shot just didn't work out for some reason.…So, I need to grab additional or replacement footage…to fix the problem.…This is sometimes called a "pick-up shot."…And despite my best-laid plans,…it happens all the time.…In the second scene of our demo video,…I just wasn't happy with the audio.…Lemme play that for ya.…
- [Cat] Now I need to jump over to my computer.…In Cantasia, I'm going to choose...…- [Instructor] It had a different tonality in some parts,…and there was a creak from the chair,…and it just didn't sound right to me.…Now this may seem a bit picky,…and if I were in a rush, or just doing a quick demo…for a colleague, I'd probably would just leave it as is.…But since I had the time, and was aiming…for a high-quality video, I decided…to re-record that section and share the steps…as a learning opportunity.…A happy accident, if you will.…
Okay, so the first step in a pick-up shot…
- Scripting a video
- Choosing and setting up a lavalier
- Shooting video with your phone
- Capturing multiple sources
- Using a phone screen recorder
- Removing noise
- Choosing a resolution
- Leveling vocals
- Making detailed audio adjustments
- Copying effects to save time
- Editing synced videos
- Adding closed captioning
- Sharing your finished video
Skill Level Advanced
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
Camtasia 9: Creating Instructional Videoswith Kat Anderson1h 10m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
2. Recording a Demonstration Video
3. Producing Your Video, Part 1
4. Producing Your Video, Part 2
5. Sharing Your Video
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