Join Mark W. Gray for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of 360 Video Workflow.
- That is amazing and that's way more immersive to me…than regular, non-3D, 360.…And frankly, I don't really miss turning around…to see what's behind me.…Anyway, I hope this has been helpful.…As I said, you can get my 3D mount for these cameras…at my website, RocketPictures.net/3D.…And be sure to watch my other courses,…here on the library.…Thanks for watching.…
AuthorMark W. Gray
This course explores some of the current camera options available to the 360° filmmaker, their relative strengths and weaknesses, possible applications of the 360° format, in-depth workflows to get you from shooting to finished project, and the best methods for sharing and viewing your 360° videos. Mark W. Gray helps you assemble and edit a final, polished 360° video using Final Cut Pro, but once you have mastered the basics, you can apply the lessons to your own preferred tools and workflows.
- How 360° video works
- Setting up your camera
- Dealing with sound
- Deciding what to shoot
- Importing 360° footage
- Stitching 360° video
- Assembling 360° video on the timeline
- Exporting and finishing 360° video
- Sharing 360° video
Skill Level Beginner
Foundations of Video: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Appropriate for all
Corporate and Documentary Video Lightingwith Eduardo Angel28m 56s Appropriate for all
1. Shooting 360° Video: A Tour of the Lynda.com Studio
2. Post Workflow
Next steps1m 23s
Bonus: Creating Stereoscopic Video with the Kodak SP360 4K Dual Pro Pack Kit
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