How to Shoot and Edit Powerful, Professional-Quality Videos on your Mobile Phone or Tablet: Explore New Opportunities with Mobile Video
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How to Shoot and Edit Powerful, Professional-Quality Videos on your Mobile Phone or Tablet: Explore New Opportunities with Mobile Video

Price: $249
Member Price: $189

You're an organizational editor with an smartphone. You've shot employee interviews on your smartphone.

You've done a product demo with your smartphone, but you weren't satisfied with it.

Now you want to do more. You want to do video news stories, with graphics and animation. You want voice-over on b-roll for features on your company's many factories. You want professional-grade shots of the environment, execs at their desks, employees in cubicles, production workers on the line.

But you can't spend thousands or even hundreds on top-line equipment or a fancy studio. Right now, you only have your smartphone.

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In Part 4, Drew's short course on mobile-video editing and production paths

  • Why editing video ALWAYS takes much longer than you think it will
  • Pre-editing questions you must ask about your iPhone or tablet
  • Be resigned to editing eating up power and memory capacity on your iPhone
  • The video editing tool that works best on your desktop computer

Keller discusses iMovie, a very effective tool, but its not for complex narratives. Its effective for editing quickly an interview or a demo video, and you can publish directly from your phone to your internal video sharing or to someplace like YouTube.

There are better tools to tell rich stories; for example, Adobes Hammersmith. It integrates video editing within the Cloud and it shines on the iPad.

One editing path Drew is excited about is Microsoft's Surface. You can shoot on a Windows phone or another phone and move the content through the Cloud into the Surface, and the Surface will run most consumer-grade editing applications.

Why no Android apps? Well, if we compare Apple to Android, there are not that many Apple phone models, basically 6 models. There are nearly 4,000 models of Android-style phones on the market. And the people who write apps have no interest in customer support for so many types of phones, especially if they're writing code for a complicated video-editing app.

Drews path-breaking course will turn your smartphone or tablet into the most powerful, portable, versatile video tool you possess. It could rocket your career in organizational journalism through the roof!