Make a low-cost home video studio with smartphones!
What you'll learn
- Turn a spare room into a broadcast video studio
- Organize lights, sound and backdrops for best results
- Set up a low-cost teleprompter
- Live stream multi-camera shows with an iPad
- A desire to learn about video production
- A space to set up a small video studio
You don't need a huge budget to Setup a Home Video Studio for Zoom instruction, YouTube tutorials, Online Course Creation, Live Streaming & Video Production.
Join video expert, Robb Montgomery, on a detailed tour of his video studio in Berlin - a DIY, budget-conscious studio design that produces an amazing amount of broadcast quality video with only a one-person crew.
Robb has built multiple best-seller courses on Udemy, with this video studio setup and his students frequently leave high ratings for the quality of the videos he makes for his courses.
Montgomery has designed many professional-level video studios around the world for clients and will will lead you through the keys aspects of studio design and production. Please glance through the lesson titles and watch the free previews.
You will learn how to organize the lights, install backdrops, control sound, and also get in-depth, step-by-step lesson modules for setting up a low-cost teleprompter and even producing live, multi-camera video shows using only an iPad and some old iPhones.
Every lesson is designed to show you how to get the maximum value for your own video studio design.
You don't need a green-screen to make awesome instructor videos, livestreaming and corporate videos.
DIY: Home Video Studio for Live Streaming & Video Production will set you off on the right foot for building a small, but powerful studio in a small space.
Who this course is for:
- Online course instructors
- Corporate video marketers
- Livestream producers
Robb Montgomery is an American mobile journalism and mobile filmmaker based in Berlin.
He is the author of Smartphone Video Storytelling and Mobile Journalism textbooks and the chair of the Mobile Journalism Awards competition.
His documentary films have been awarded at global film festivals and he trains journalists for CNN, Reuters, The New York Times, Journalism Co UK, Mediacorp, Radio Free Europe, Hindustan Times, Channel News Asia, BILD, InterNews, and VRT public broadcasters.
His certificate courses (hosted by the Smart Film School) are used by journalism schools and media organizations worldwide.
• Former editor: Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times
• Journalism professor
• Filmmaker / Winner of Film Festivals in L.A., Berlin and Milan.
• Chair, Mobile Journalism Awards
Smartphone Video Storytelling (2018 Taylor & Francis, New York & London)
Videos mit dem Smartphone (2019 dPunkt Verlag - German language edition)
Mobile Journalism (2020 Visual Editors, Chicago)