Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating video podcast files, part of Producing Professional Podcasts.
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- Video files are even more in need of compression.…They are absolutely huge.…And it's essential that you get them sized…to the right overall dimensions…and format.…Now, keep in mind,…many professional video cameras…use something called a non-square pixel.…This means that the shapes…may not be exactly what you thought.…Now, normally a regular pixel…is about a square.…Keep that sort of like that.…But with video,…you sometimes get pixels that are taller or wider…depending upon what they're trying to do.…
Well, it's essential that you reshape this.…For example,…if we take a look here at this video…from the power to create…and i open it up and press Command I for info,…you'll see that the actual dimensions…are 960 x 720…but the video display is at 1280 x 720.…Well, this is because pro video…understands non-square pixels.…It's essential though that when we make the podcast file,…we stretch this video…so it permanently ends up the 1280 x 720 size.…
So let's put that file here in…and I'm going to use MPEG Streamclip…and you'll see when it opens up the file…
In this course, you'll learn how to create a podcast to match any budget, using proven techniques that get listeners and results. You'll learn how to set up a small studio; record audio, video, and even group video chats; edit your podcast; and create a podcast feed (aka an RSS feed). This class is taught by Rich Harrington, who's produced, hosted, or consulted on several podcasts that are routinely featured as the best of iTunes. Watch and learn how to get your own podcast up and running in less than a day.
- What is podcasting
- Leveraging existing content
- Analyzing the competition
- Outlining a podcast budget
- Setting up a studio
- Setting up an RSS feed
- Recording interviews, screencasts, and Google Hangouts
- Editing podcasts with Adobe Audition and other audio editing software
- Optimizing audio and video for podcast delivery
- Hosting podcast files
- Branding and promoting your podcast feed
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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On Camera: Video Lighting for the Webwith Rick Allen Lippert26m 58s Appropriate for all
On Camera: Video Makeup Techniqueswith Rick Allen Lippert25m 51s Appropriate for all
Documentary Editing with Premiere Prowith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. What Is Podcasting?
2. Preproduction Strategies for Podcasting
3. Determining a Production Approach for Your Podcast
4. Setting Up a Studio for Podcasting
5. Podcasting Techniques
Interview techniques10m 1s
6. Editing a Podcast
7. Compressing Podcast Files for Delivery
8. Hosting Podcast Files
9. Delivering the Podcast
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