Join Mark W. Gray for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of 360 Video Workflow.
- If you have access to the exercise files for this course you can download them to your own computer. We've added a few files for you to follow along with once we get into 360 video editing but it won't be all of the footage we actually shot. You'll just get enough shots to give you a taste and if you don't have access to these files that's still okay, you could still learn how to do this just by watching me do it. Okay let's get started.
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
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Intermediate
Corporate and Documentary Video Lightingwith Eduardo Angel28m 52s Intermediate
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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