Do you want to make short videos that engage your audience? This is a fast-paced how-to for producing creative yet simple short videos that can promote, educate or entertain. Working hands-on, you will learn how to rapidly conceptualise and plan your project; equipment; filming; basic editing; and upload. There is a focus on simplicity and timesaving, as well as how to get the most out of at-hand equipment including iPhones and free software. This is an action-packed 2 day course that will show you how just how much you can learn and achieve in ‘lean’ video production!
• A look at how short video is being used successfully online
• Engaging the audience: content, conception, planning
• Understanding ready-to-hand equipment: iPhones, iPads, digital cameras, tips and tricks.
• Shot composition: framing, shot length and continuity, terminology
• Getting the best production values in little time and with a small budget
• Best practice for an organised and efficient edit
• Preliminary digital editing demo using Adobe Premiere
• Quick tricks and workarounds for editing — boosting sound, finding free music and sound effects, credits.
• Uploading formats and publishing to social media platforms including Facebook, YouTube & Vimeo.
This course is recommended for anyone who wants to learn how to create short videos intended for web and mobile (on a small budget and timeframe), for any purpose including for education, entertainment or promotion of a business, product or service.
Students must be computer literate and be familiar with the MAC operating system.
You can learn about a MAC via www.apple.com/au/support/macbasics
At the end of this introductory course you will have learnt techniques to produce a creative and professional yet simple short video that can engage audiences online. This course is about getting excellent results in a minimum amount of time.
Must be computer literate and be familiar with the MAC OS.
All relevant course materials are included.
Participants will be awarded an RMIT Statement of Participation. Completion of this course will not guarantee entry into an RMIT Program.
Course Facilitator - Jason Tseng
Jason is an RMIT alumni who currently works at a small Melbourne based production company, SIRAP. He has experience shooting, editing and producing content for brands like the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Lexus and Dulux with a focus on creating content for social media as well as TVCs.
Enjoyed the structure of the course - lots of good examples, the test video exercise Avocado was fun. I felt is was well-paced and built up to our final project well. Good for beginners. The multiple TV screens were really helpful to have in the room. The examples were very good and explanations were great - Jason is very knowledgeable. Sally
Good facilitator and facilities. Dylan
Jason is a knowledgeable facilitator who welcomes any questions you may have in regards to filming and editing. This course covers enough information to allow you to make your own video to share. Hannah
Jason was very easy to learn from. Helped out with individual queries. Totally enjoyed the course and learnt a lot. Radhika
Jason was very knowledgable and approchable. He took his time explaining the content - leaving no-one behind. I was able to create a video that I was happy to publish online. Thank you again. I found this course very useful, practical and enjoyable. Beck