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1.1 Introduction

Welcome to Cinematic Drone Video Post-Production, a hands-on course which aims to help you get the most from your aerial drone projects. In this lesson I'll walk you through the post-production techniques you'll be learning.

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:28

1.1
Introduction
01:28

2.Preparation
2 lessons, 10:13

2.1
Camera Settings
05:49

2.2
UAV Preparations
04:24

3.Optical Fixes
2 lessons, 13:45

3.1
Reducing 'Jello' Effects in Post
08:28

3.2
Lens Distortion Removal
05:17

4.Color Correcting Aerial Footage
1 lesson, 07:04

4.1
Basic Color Correction
07:04

5.Footage Speed
4 lessons, 18:19

5.1
Slow Motion
02:23

5.2
Speed Ramping
08:32

5.3
Faux Slow Motion
03:48

5.4
Adding Motion Blur
03:36

6.Stabilization
1 lesson, 10:41

6.1
Stabilizing a Shot
10:41

7.Zooming in Post
1 lesson, 04:45

7.1
How to add a Faux Zoom to a Shot
04:45

8.Color Grading Aerial Footage
1 lesson, 11:26

8.1
Color Grading
11:26

9.3D Camera Tracking Aerial Footage
1 lesson, 07:43

9.1
3D Camera Tracking
07:43

10.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:59

10.1
Conclusion
00:59


1.1 Introduction

[MUSIC] Aerial footage is quickly becoming more and more accessible with the cost of new drones dropping almost daily. This results in a lot of aerial footage being posted online. [MUSIC] However, there's still an aspect of aerial footage that's often ignored, and that is post-production. With the right post-production techniques applied to your aerial footage, you can take your shots from good to great. Hi, my name's Charles Agard for TutsPlus. And throughout this course, you're gonna learn key post-production techniques that you can apply your aerial footage. These techniques will not only help give your footage a more cinematic appearance, but they'll help your footage stand out from the surplus of aerial footage that's posted online. In this course, you're gonna learn a wide range of topics. Everything from proper camera settings and how to reduce jello effects on your aerial footage, to slow motion effects and color grading, and even how to do some basic 3D tracking on your footage. Throughout this course, I'm gonna be doing my post-production work in After Effects. However, if you only have Premier Pro or another editing program, you'll still see benefits from the insights covered throughout this course. Also, anyone who takes this course is going to have access to some great project files that are going to help you follow along. The project files include aerial clips, PDF guide sheets, custom color gradient lots, and more. Make sure you check out the next lesson where you're going to learn the best settings for your aerial camera and how to avoid common problems with aerial footage.

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