When the interview is over, all of the media is on the camera's SD card. In this video, learn how to get it off the SD card and best practices for dealing with media files.
- Congratulations, your interview has just wrapped. … What do you do now that you're back … at the office or at home? … Have a cup of coffee, give your loved ones a hug? … No, you back up your cards. … You back up your media. … This is the most important thing. … If they're not backed up, they never existed. … You don't want to go to your next shoot, … pull a card out of your bag, throw it in your camera, … only to realize you just lost the previous day's interview. … It's horrible and it's happened to all of us. … So when I get back to the office, … I always ensure I back up the card twice, … to one internal and one external hard drive. … That way, if one hard drive goes down, … I have the other as another backup. … When you're backing up the card, … drag the entire card's contents … to that new folder on that new hard drive, … mirroring the card exactly. … There's a lot of other data written … to other folders on these cards nowadays. … You want to make sure all that's there on the backup. …
- Picking the right gear
- Setting up audio
- Key features of the Sony a7
- Lighting your interviews with natural light
- Exterior and interior shooting
- Setting up the audio
- Properly framing your subject
- Interviewing off camera
- Shooting on smart phones
Skill Level Beginner
Lighting a Video Interviewwith Richard Harrington2h 28m Intermediate
Mastering Common Interview Questionswith Valerie Sutton56m 14s Intermediate
Video Foundations: Interviewswith Anthony Q. Artis1h 55m Intermediate
1. Choosing the Right Gear
2. Setting Up the Location
3. Setting Up the Interview
4. Shooting B-Roll
5. Variations on a Theme
6. After the Interview
Backing up SD card1m 5s
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