Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Raw & Log Video Production Workflows .
- This course is designed for people of all experience levels, so along the way we will be sneaking in a lot of practical advice that will benefit everyone. But because this is a course that's tackling a relatively new topic, we are going to start at the beginning and make sure we address all of the basics and essential skills that you need in order to succeed. - And if you're somebody that craves every bit of math and wants to know all the tech specs about every single camera and connector, well this course might not be perfect for you.
We're going to talk about a lot of those things but without going into the very deep level of all the math that's involved in log and RAW. We'll cover some of that, but if you're looking for charts and graphs and tables, not this course. - No, now you can find other classes like that that cover charts and graphs and numbers and PowerPoint and Excel all you'd like. We're going to focus on what you need to get the job done. If you are a production person, you can feel confident that you'll understand how to choose the different options that are available to you in your camera, as well as how to deal with monitoring solutions on set.
And, quite importantly, we'll make sure you know what information to capture so you can pass that on to post-production. - And let's say you're in post, and you're an editor who's handed a pile of footage, and you don't have any idea what you're looking at. We're going to talk about some of the easy ways to transform that footage so it looks familiar. But we'll also talk about ways to have more creative control over your footage when shooting log or RAW. - And we'll make sure that you understand all of the core terms so that you can speak intelligently about this as you collaborate with other professionals.
Sometimes you feel a lot of pressure to know a lot about a lot. This is a course that's going to fill in all of the essential information you need so you're ready to tackle your specific camera or your particular NLE. This'll lay down all the foundation skills that you need to then build upon to become an expert.
In this course, join Rich Harrington as he shows you how to record video in raw and log, process the files, and complete a post-production workflow. First, Rich explains the reasons why raw and log files can be beneficial to use. Then, he shows you how to configure camera settings and start recording, monitoring along the way. Next, he covers the file transfer process so you can get the videos ready for post. Finally, he takes you through post-production editing workflows using Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Final Cut Pro X, and DaVinci Resolve. Additionally, Rich shows you some manipulation tricks.
- Recording options for log and raw
- Acquiring video in raw formats
- Configuring cameras to recording in log or raw
- Monitoring log recordings
- Following typical camera workflows
- Getting ready for post
- Using raw and log files in Premiere and After Effects
- Using raw and log files in Final Cut Pro X
- Using raw and log files in DaVinci Resolve
- Managing and manipulating lookup tables