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The Complete Video Production Bootcamp

This online video production course will teach you how to make amazing videos, whether you use a smartphone, webcam, DSLR, mirrorless, or professional camera.

Whether you're a YouTuber, blogger, vlogger, business owner, aspiring filmmaker, or just someone who wants to create videos, you will learn how to make professional videos with this course.

Master Video Production Techniques to Create Amazing Videos that Boost Your Views, Revenue and Drive Traffic To Your Business

While there are plenty of tutorials and courses that focus on specific cameras or styles, it's hard to find a comprehensive course like this one, which covers everything from coming up with great video ideas, executing them in production and post-production, and distributing them to a wide audience online.

Key things you will learn:

  • Come up with great video topics that people will love watching and sharing
  • Master shooting your video in manual mode on a DSLR, mirrorless, or professional cinema camera
  • Expose and compose better shots that tell your story
  • Shoot amazing videos with smartphones, webcams, or even screencasts
  • Aerial videography with DJI drones (coming soon)
  • Light your videos with professional techniques, on a small budget
  • Record crisp and clean audio with different microphones in any environment
  • Edit videos to make them more engaging
  • Know what equipment to purchase to create great videos
  • Export the best quality videos for online viewing
  • Get more views, likes, and shares on social media
  • Grow a YouTube channel that ultimately brings in revenue

Make Professional Videos on Any Budget

Regardless of what your level of experience is or what type of camera you use, this in-depth course is designed to provide you with everything you need to take your video production skills to the next level.

Unlike other video courses or tutorials that are more limited in scope, this complete course teaches you the entire process.

Contents and Overview

This video course starts from the beginning, which is about coming up with great video ideas. You'll learn what makes a video great, and how to come up with video topics for your target audience. You'll walk through the pre-production process to ensure a smooth video shoot.

Before diving into how to shoot videos, we'll cover our recommended equipment. We share our favorite equipment for any budget - including cameras, audio gear, lighting kits, and editing applications.

You'll learn cinematography basics such as how to expose your video, how to compose great shots, how to film yourself, how to get great focus, and how to stabilize your shots. We cover how to do this for DSLR, mirrorless, smartphone, and webcam cameras. We even have a section on aerial drone videography.

You'll learn how to record great audio. First, we cover the different types of microphones, and how to choose the right microphone for your video project. Then you learn how to use the different types of microphones. Plus, you'll learn how to record audio in any environment, including getting rid of echo.

Lighting is one of the most important parts of video production, whether you're using a smartphone, webcam, or DSLR or mirrorless camera. You'll learn how to use free and inexpensive lighting techniques, and how to set up a lighting kit like the pros using the three-point lighting system.

Once you understand everything about shooting your video, you'll learn how to use editing to make your videos even better and more engaging. You'll learn how to find free music for your videos, how to design better titles, and how to use calls to action to increase engagement and conversion.

After all this, you'll learn how to better share your videos with the world. Learn how to choose the right platform for your video content. Get more views, likes, and shares with our tips for sharing on social media. And learn how to grow a YouTube channel with our best practices.

If you want to make better videos, this is the course for you.

Remember, there is a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee. There is no reason to hesitate. Enroll now, see if you enjoy the course, and start making better videos today.


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Rating 4.5 based on 813 ratings
Length 9 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $11
From Udemy
Instructors Phil Ebiner, William Carnahan, Sam Shimizu-Jones, Video School Online Inc
Download Videos Only via the Udemy mobile app
Language English
Subjects Art & Design
Tags Photography Video Design

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easy to follow in 18 reviews

The course was comprehensive, well-organized, and easy to follow.

Good explanation, with easy to follow examples, for video editing.

Well organized and easy to follow.

Lessons were relatively easy to follow, and the assignments were fun and helpful in enhancing my knowledge in video production.

It is very dynamic and easy to follow... really happy that I took this courses.

The course is easy to follow and engaging.

Professional, in depth, well structured Could learn all of this for free on YouTube great so far Very easy to follow!

Easy to follow.

looking forward in 11 reviews

recommended, looking forward to get the intermideate or advance one.

Looking forward to do the Premiere Pro course as well.

I'm looking forward to taking more courses.

looking forward to the next lecture.

Still looking forward to it!

I've been looking forward to every single lesson.

Information is very good, looking forward to the rest of the course and getting into the meat of video production.

Looking forward to the rest of this class.

well done in 9 reviews

Well done guys.

Thorough and interesting.... Well done!!

Well done.

Well done!!!

It’s well done and I’d expect that super beginners would find this helpful, but I’m waiting for some more sophisticated stuff.

Videos are well done, clear and very helpful, love it.

Well done!

è necessario capire bene la lingua inglese parlata Because I learned new useful techniques and tips I never know it before is a well produced video and the information at this moment have been helpfull Great Stuff So Far very well done.

thinking about in 7 reviews

And thank you for IMO the most important thing - encouraging us constantly to just practise instead of thinking about only buying better equipment.

To create good videos you have to think about so many things, as it is not only pushing a button on a camera, but thinking about lights, sound, editing, story, etc.

It goes down to thinking about the cognitive process of making a video before the technical part.

I like how you teach me to see details what I wasn't thinking about.

Excellent resource that helped systematically and logically approach a work project that I've been thinking about starting.

So far, this course has been giving me some insight and what I should be thinking about when it comes to video production.

So far it is a good match because it has help focus my thinking about what my videos should be like.

shutter speed in 6 reviews

I know how shutter speed, ISO and f-stop work together.

This course really helped me understand the Shutter Speed, FStop, and ISO.

The answer to one of the quiz questions was taught later in the course, the one about frame rate being doubled to calculate shutter speed, so I got that wrong.

I id get to learn quite a few tips if you think of video as being different from photo (shutter speed compared to f:stop while filming, resolution etc, manual focus, and all the part on audio and equipment).

shutter speed is only discussed in the course section after the quiz.

Frame rate and shutter speed: very short and superficial discussion with no demonstration to help visualize the tradeoffs and effects.

case studies in 5 reviews

From the case studies to the concise to the point topic coverage.

The case studies were very informative.

From Contribution to some case studies from a few self made movies.

And there are bits of extra content on case studies that you'll enjoy knowing about as well.

The case studies at the end were good, but it would have been great to see the camera set-up, lighting, etc.


An overview of related careers and their average salaries in the US. Bars indicate income percentile.

Web Video Production $35k

Audio/Video Production $41k

Video Production and Editor $41k

Live Video Production Specialist $58k

Head of Video Production $65k

Video Production and Post Production Specialist $69k

Video Editor, Production $82k

Video Production Editor $87k

Editorial Video Production $88k

Video Production Consultant $106k

Freelance Video Production Analyst $114k

Video Production Manager $147k

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Rating 4.5 based on 813 ratings
Length 9 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $11
From Udemy
Instructors Phil Ebiner, William Carnahan, Sam Shimizu-Jones, Video School Online Inc
Download Videos Only via the Udemy mobile app
Language English
Subjects Art & Design
Tags Photography Video Design

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