DSLR Video Editing
This course looks at DLSR video editing and covers importing and prepraing your media for editing, how to edit focus swtiches and timelapses, colour corrections and exporting for online or broadcast.
Organizing DSLR media in Adobe Bridge
DSLR video can get quite complicated as you not only have video but also still images from your camera. In this lesson we look at organizing your assets and ensureing you have a good workflow.
Preparing DSLR media for editing
Once all your assets are organized you will need to make selections and prepare different images for print and also video. In this lesson we look at preparing your DSLR assets for video editing.
Setting up a DSLR project in Adobe Premiere
Once all your DSLR assets are oragnised and ready to be edited into a final mulitmedia piece then you can create project in Adobe Premiere. This lesson covers setting up a project and adjusting the canvas size for HD video.
Editing a focus switch and timelapse
A timelapse is a unique way of speeding up time and is a great way to show movment of things. In this lesson we cover how to edit your images into a timelapse and also a focus switch which takes advatnage of the unique shallow depth of field look DSLR's have.
Often when shooting video you camera might not reproduce accurate colours if your white balance settings are slightly off. In this lesson we look at correcting the colour shifts in Adobe Premiere.
Exporting for broadcast/online
Once you have made all your corrections and your final cut you are now ready to eport your video. In this lesson we go through this process step by step to ensure you have the right quality, file size and format for your video.