Buying for a Team? Gift This Course
Wishlisted Wishlist

Please confirm that you want to add Making Films on Smartphones to your Wishlist.

Add to Wishlist

Making Films on Smartphones

Using Adobe Premiere Clip and Capture CC on Android and IOS
0.0 (0 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
4 students enrolled
Created by Mr Gabriel Teo
Last updated 4/2016
$15 $20 25% off
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
Have a coupon?

Filmmakers around the world are using smartphones to tell stories, and we can do the same! 

This class is designed for everyone who loves to create stories and capture their favourite moments through videos and films. The class is also useful for entrepreneurs and craftsmen who want to showcase their brands and services through videos and films, sharing through social media platforms like Instagram, Youtube and Facebook to captivate their audience. 

In this class we shoot, edit, and publish a polished short film to Youtube using Adobe Premiere Clip, and colour-grade the footage with Capture CC - all on our smartphones.

The class introduces:

  • The simple workflow for exchanging photos and videos between our smartphones and desktop computers using Adobe Creative Cloud
  • How to edit the videos and photos saved on our hard disks using Adobe Premiere Clip on our smartphones to create a promotional teaser
  • How to export the film sequence from our smartphones to Adobe Premiere Pro (a professional film editing software) on our desktop. Using Adobe Premiere Pro, we learn to adjust the footage with the professional grading tools
  • Tips and tricks used by professionals to synchronize footage to its soundtrack
  • Various export and publishing options, such as the best resolution and video formats for different outputs (Youtube, Facebook, broadcast TV, etc) and the ideal format for client review
  • How to understand cinematography and how to craft the mood and style for a short film

At the end of the class, we have a solid foundation in shooting and publishing films using our smartphones. We look forward to seeing your creations!

Who is the target audience?
  • No prior filmmaking knowledge is required
Students Who Viewed This Course Also Viewed
What Will I Learn?
Shoot, edit and publish videos and films entirely using their smartphones
View Curriculum
  • Students will need to have access to a smartphone
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 10 Lectures Collapse All 10 Lectures 01:16:43
Introduction to the class
1 Lecture 01:30
Making Films and Videos using Adobe Premiere Clip and Capture CC
6 Lectures 38:14

Automatic Editing Mode

Freeform Editing Mode

Syncing Smartphone and Desktop with Adobe Creative Cloud

Making a Short Promo Teaser with Adobe Premiere Clip
Editing a Promo Teaser on Premiere Pro
3 Lectures 36:59
Editing a Promo Teaser on Premiere Pro - Part One

Editing a Promo Teaser on Premiere Pro - Part Two

About the Instructor
0.0 Average rating
0 Reviews
4 Students
1 Course
Professor of Visual Effects at Academy of Media Arts

Gabriel Teo has more than 18 years of global industry experience working in major film and game studios. In 2001 he headed the cinematic department at a game development studio in Dubai Media City and founded an animation studio in 2003 in Dubai with Disney Channel ME as his primary client. He became compositor for Weta Productions in 2005 before teaching at Auckland University of Technology, lecturing and heading the animation and moving image departments. As head of Media Research and Development at Huhu Studios in Auckland, he supervised visual effects for Noah’s Ark, as well as developed collaborative cloud technologies for games’ cinematic production. Gabriel developed the Visual Effects department at SCAD Hong Kong, and in October 2014, he earned the Master of Animation accreditation through the recommendation of Huhu Studios, which now extends throughout Asia. He has returned back to New Zealand and founded a Visual Effects training facility at Academy of Media Arts. He is a passionate advocate for creative learning through industry collaboration, and is actively conducting visual effects workshops in New Zealand and teaching film and 3D media classes online.

Report Abuse