Join the next generation of broadcast professionals and learn how to shoot and edit stunning content with your smartphone, the production studio in your pocket.
In this intensive practical course, you'll learn how to use the most advanced technology and production techniques for TV producers in 2020, from the most cinematic filming app to the multitrack timelines that will rival your desktop editing software.
This is not about ditching the cameras you already know and love. This is about developing your skillset and adding the smartphone to your production toolbox – a faster, more flexible way of content production in today's demanding media industry.
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Step-by-step tuiton on the most advanced production apps on the market for iOS and Android users...
The most cinematic camera app
Manually control the frame rate, resolution, frame aspect ratio, white balance, audio input... and more!
The best multitrack editing app for Android
Edit landscape, vertical or square video on a multitrack timeline designed for creating professional content.
The most advanced iOS editing solution
Layer up to 6 layers of video and 12 layers of audio in this editing app to rival desktop editing software.
Learn how to become creative with your mobile phone and capture stunning video – the faster, more flexible way to produce broadcast quality content in 2020.
Caroline Scott is an international videographer and social media specialist, helping news organisations, marketers and businesses better connect with their audiences online.
She has shot and edited video for the BBC, ITV, Thompson Reuters, Associated Press and British Forces Broadcasting Service.
Her previous work saw Caroline report on the latest innovations and trends that are changing the digital media industry, with a strong focus on the growth of smartphone content creation in the newsroom and how businesses are using the technology to better connect with audiences.
Although trained on ’traditional’ cameras and desktop editing software, she prefers to shoot, edit and publish her work from mobile devices, experimenting with a range of formats for viewers on different social platforms – and is a huge advocate for vertical video and raw content.
Caroline was previously based in the South Atlantic where she developed a television station and its news programming for the population of the Falkland Islands. Her work as a videographer includes producing short films, documentaries and educational material for various companies in the UK.