- Getting started with HitFilm Express
- Setting up a camera and lighting
- Making a shooting checklist
- Shooting on a green screen
- Transferring from camera to computer
- Converting video formats
- Importing videos into HitFilm
- Using essential editing techniques
- Using multiple tracks
- Making color corrections
- Working with keyframes and composite shots
- Creating titles and lower-third captions
- Exporting and sharing video
Skill Level Beginner
- So it wasn't too long ago that making videos required a large crew and hugely expensive equipment. Thankfully for all of us, that is no longer the case. Now anyone can make great videos with minimal expense including you. Whether you're making promos or training videos for colleagues, or a presentation for the board, you can now use video to better tell your story and communicate your ideas. My name is Simon Jones and on this course, I'm going to be showing you how to create great videos using simple equipment and free software. We'll cover how to plan your projects, how to shoot them and how to piece them all together on a computer.
We'll even cover how to use Hollywood techniques to shoot against green screen. And don't worry if you're a complete beginner because this course is going to take everything from the top.
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Appropriate for all
1. Camera, Sound, and Lighting Setup
2. Importing and Organizing Footage
3. Editing and Transitions
4. Titles and Motion Graphics
5. Output and Sharing
Exporting your video4m 20s
Next steps1m 1s
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