iPhone Multimedia: Make 10 projects - Great for teachers!
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Quickly make pro video and multimedia content with iPhone. 10 step-by-step projects that unlock creative visual content.
4.8 (8 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.
175 students enrolled
Last updated 10/2016
English
Price: $95
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 15 Articles
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Bring photos to life by adding interactive hot spots
Create short form video
Add sounds to your photos
The best apps for making and editing images
Set up the camera for best results
Build great visuals for your videos
Execute special shots like time-lapse and motion shots
Dial in the right camera settings
Make smooth motion shots
Film shots that are easy to edit
Make and post video for Twitter
Create a multimedia video story
A six-shot pattern to make editing video easy
Add subtitles to your videos for free
Organize content to create interactive visuals
Choose the best gear and apps
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Requirements
  • have a smartphone
  • be willing to learn to take and edit visual multimedia
Description

Master the art of multimedia + video storytelling with your mobile phone.

“High-quality and easy to follow course, not overwhelming for a beginner. Gear and app recommendations are very helpful. Also it expands one's perspective greatly about what can be done with a Smartphone. Thank you!" — Arzu

This multimedia storytelling course will teach you proven visual storytelling fundamentals by making 10 visually-led multimedia story projects.

Create compelling interactive visual stories using your phone.

  • Master visual story planning and writing to pictures
  • Step-by-step tutorials for creating interactive images (with Web links, audio and more)
  • The best apps for making and editing shareable and snackable multimedia content.
  • Best practices for sharing your stories on social platforms
  • From animating photos to filming and editing video, you will learn the art of crafting incredible multimedia packages that can be easily shared.

    YOU WILL MAKE 10 PROJECTS

    Daniel Clifton writes:

    "I've taken a couple of courses from Robb and found them extremely informative. I feel this course has really prepared me to make some great iPhone stories. Plus, Robb does a great job through his newsletter and other ways to inform you of updates on new apps and gear that make it even better. I really enjoyed this course and look forward to taking more of Robb's courses in the future.Each story project in this easy-to-follow course builds on the previous lesson. By the end of the course you will be a mobile multimedia master."

    Inside you will find 37 lessons and 2.5 hours of highly-professional lesson content.

    Enroll now and get started making incredible multimedia stories today!

    Media professors are assigning this course to university students at many top schools.

    This course will help journalists, writers, interns, NGOs, communications officers, freelancers, journalism faculty, content marketers, PR pros, and media trainers.

    Daniel Clifton writes:

    "I've taken a couple of courses from Robb and found them extremely informative. I feel this course has really prepared me to make some great iPhone stories. Plus, Robb does a great job through his newsletter and other ways to inform you of updates on new apps and gear that make it even better. I really enjoyed this course and look forward to taking more of Robb's courses in the future.Each story project in this easy-to-follow course builds on the previous lesson. By the end of the course you will be a mobile multimedia master."

    You can take this course with your smartphone and you will earn a certificate when you finish the course.

    The instructor is a journalism professor who knows how to take reporters through the steps of making mobile multimedia stories.

    Enroll now!

    Who is the target audience?
    • Reporters
    • Editors
    • Producers
    • Journalism faculty
    • Media students
    • Content marketers
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    Curriculum For This Course
    Expand All 38 Lectures Collapse All 38 Lectures 02:18:44
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    Introduction
    4 Lectures 03:28
    How to take this course
    00:28


    How qualified is the instructor to teach this material?

    Preview 00:47

    You can install the Smart Film school courses on your phone in less than five minutes!

    1) Download the Udemy app on your smartphone

    GOOGLE PLAY STORE

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.udemy.android

    iTUNES STORE

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/udemy-online-courses-tutorials/id562413829?mt=8

    2) Log in to your Udemy account

    3) Tap on “My courses”

    4) Start viewing the lessons and enter class discussions.

    5) Complete the course to get your certificate.

    6) Show it to your training manager.

    7) Leave a 5-star rating and comment!

    Happy Filming!

    Robb Montgomery

    Preview 00:27
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    Setting up your camera and apps
    9 Lectures 22:41
    Set up your device for multimedia
    01:44

    Checking in
    00:49


    Links to iOs apps
    02:17

    Links to Android apps
    02:23


    How to choose a selfie stick that won't damage your smartphone
    05:10

    Gear handout
    14 pages

    The video you upload to Facebook from an iPhone or iPad is low quality by default. Let’s fix that!

    How to upload HD video to Facebook
    00:30
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    Bringing still pictures to life
    8 Lectures 36:55
    Interactive Photos
    11:37

    Project One: Make an interactive photo
    00:46

    Add sounds to a photo with this app
    09:44

    Project Two - Make a sound photo
    01:16

    Transform photos into a title screen illustration
    06:24

    Project Three: Create a title image from a photo
    00:59


    Project four: Make motion shots
    02:42
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    Time-lapse, looping and slo-motion
    4 Lectures 15:59
    Spotting the ideal scenes for looping video
    05:03

    Project five: Film and edit a looping video clip
    02:13

    Time lapse filming techniques
    08:15

    Android users can still use Framelapse or Lapse It.

    Project six: Film three time-lapse scenes
    00:28
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    Video shotmaking and editing
    4 Lectures 11:01

    Project seven: Film a six-shot sequence
    01:17

    Making simple, but powerful edits with iMovie
    06:12

    Project eight: Edit your six-shot pattern footage with iMovie
    01:10
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    Writing to pictures
    5 Lectures 33:20

    This tutorial shows how to create an short video story from 10 photos and a script.
    Pay attention to the order that these tasks are tackled, This method quickly produces pro results.

    • Edit and organize the visual narrative using cinema language
    • How to write to pictures
    • Crafting and formatting the script
    • Editing the visual story on the timeline.
    • Adjusting images to look better for video
    • Adding graphics and titles
    • How to record the voice-over track
    • Exporting video to camera roll

    These demos and exercises in these lectures will walk you through the steps.
    Make a video from photos using iMovie
    15:16

    Storyline makes it very easy to produce a video from photos and a script using your iPhone or iPad.

    This lecture shows how to produce the Viking Ship story using the Storyline app.

    Turn photos and script into video using Storyline
    08:08

    This is how to format a script for recording voice over narration.

    How to format your script
    03:02

    THE ART OF WRITING TO PICTURES

    Follow these steps in order to make your project. Do not skip ahead.

    1. Film a photo story using a cinematic shot pattern
    2. Make a ruthless photo edit to identify your five best shots
    3. Tone photos like a pro with Camera+ app
    4. Write up to 10 words per image
    5. Build your visual narrative (What is the structure? What to show first? What to show last?)
    6. Format the script to pictures, insert line beaks, breath spaces, simplify language.
    7. Record voice over track
    Project 10: Create a video from photos and a script
    00:20

    Getting started with Periscope and live streaming.

    1. How to watch and broadcast a Periscope
    2. A sample broadcast
    3. Data and sharing
    4. How to save the video
    Preview 06:34
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    Resources
    2 Lectures 02:05

    Broadcasting on Snapchat and Periscope has allowed journalists to give the public access to raw, unedited and instant footage of this international story.

    How Journalists use Periscope and Snapchat for live reporting
    00:27

    Add captions to your videos: A simple method
    01:38
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    Finishing up
    1 Lecture 00:07
    Check for understanding
    3 questions

    Feedback survey
    00:07
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    Next steps
    1 Lecture 00:49
    Final lecture
    00:49
    About the Instructor
    Robb Montgomery
    4.3 Average rating
    322 Reviews
    8,006 Students
    12 Courses
    Video journalism professor

    Robb Montgomery (@VideoJournalist) has taught more than 20,000 people, just like yourself, how to make great-looking video stories with small cameras and smartphones.

    His workshops and courses are used by reporters at CNN, The New York Times, Reuters, BBC, RTÉ Ireland TV, and many public broadcasters like VRT in Belgium and Mediacorp in Singapore. Professionals seek him out in Berlin to get personalized training sessions. But you don't have to book a trip or pay his day rate for coaching to get started.

    His Smart Film School video courses are required for every student at the EFJ journalism school in France. FH Journalism School in Austria, The University of Notre Dame and the Danish School of Journalism issue his e-learning video courses to all students. 

    Styria Media in Europe has an enterprise-wide license that allows every employee full access to all of Montgomery's video training courses.

    Why? Montgomery is a global expert in video storytelling and innovation strategy and is based in Berlin, Germany. He is the author of "A Field Guide for Mobile Journalism,”  and a new book on video storytelling to be published by Taylor & Francis (London and New York).

    As a bona-fide video journalism pioneer, he works with journalists worldwide to develop mobile video projects and as a design-thinking expert, he leads internal teams at media companies to rapidly develop actionable prototypes and new products.

    For Media Development projects in Egypt and Georgia, Montgomery developed the world's first mobile journalism school and has trained thousands of journalists in video storytelling, social media, and design thinking processes.

    He produces diploma courses on mobile journalism at universities in Europe.

    Montgomery was elected as a "Storyteller in Residence" for the Ashoka Foundation in 2015. 

    In 2014 he launched the Smart Film School — an e-learning platform with course packs of video tutorials that teach social video, mobile journalism and documentary filmmaking. 

    Montgomery previously served as an editorial art director for the Chicago Tribune, Page One editor for the Chicago-Sun-Times, and has redesigned several major newspapers including the Chicago Sun Times and the San Francisco Examiner.

    His work with the investigative journalism team at the Sun-Times won him recognition at the Peter Lisagor awards and he has been awarded top honors in Society of News Design competitions since 1992.