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Cinematic Videography - Learn Cinematic Camera Movements & Shoot Stunning Videos

teacher avatar Peter Johnson, YouTuber, IT Student

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:29
    • 2. What is a Cinematic Video

      3:16
    • 3. Story Board

      2:51
    • 4. Why FPS is really Important

      3:22
    • 5. Composition

      3:22
    • 6. Cinematic Movements & In-Camera Transitions

      3:35
    • 7. Stabilize Your Video Footage

      3:09
    • 8. Adding A Letter Box

      3:52
    • 9. Importance Of Music

      1:27
    • 10. Live Video Shooting

      6:43
    • 11. Live Video Editing

      14:11
    • 12. Conclusion

      1:00
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Wondering how to shoot stunning cinematic videos? You are at the right place.

In this class we'll go through all the things that you need to know before shooting a cinematic video, we will start from learning all the basic things and finally we will implement all the things that we have learnt and shoot a live video and edit it. 

Talking about our agenda we will start off with :

  • What is a Cinematic Video
  • Story board
  • Why FPS is really Important
  • Composition
  • Cinematic Movements & In-Camera Transitions 
  • Stabilize Your Video Footage
  • Adding A Letter Box
  • Importance Of Music
  • Live Video Shooting
  • Live Video Editing 

It doesn't matter if you use a camera or a smartphone all the things that we learn are fundamentals that can be applied anywhere, moreover I'm sure that by the end of this class you will be able to shoot great cinematic videos. 

I'm Excited To See You Guys.. 

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Peter Johnson

YouTuber, IT Student

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Hello, my name is Peter and I'm an IT student, Youtuber and Online Video Editor with 6 years of experience editing short videos for commercials and social media skilled in Final Cut Pro. Received unsolicited positive comments on my work from 97% of clients. I'm really excited to Share my Skills.. 

 

 

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1. Introduction: Hi guys, my name is Peter and I am a YouTube by making YouTube videos for the past 68th. And in this class, I'm going to show you guys how we can shoot some standing cinematic videos. I love you. So guys, this glass in glutes, oil, the basic things that are unique to know before shorting as cinematic video and giving you guys a basic core structure, they will start off with understanding what is a cinematic video. After that, we will talk about storyboard and how storyboard can help you save a lot of time and energy. Moving on, we will talk about FBS and why the look of the video is dependent on the frame braid that day shooting at. Once that is done, we'll talk about composition and the different rules that you can implement to achieve a perfect conversation. Then we will move to some basic semantic movements that you can practice. And also we will learn about how we can achieve an in camera natural transition. Once that is done, we will talk about the different techniques that you can implement to stabilize your video. Then we will basically talk about letter boxing, and also why choosing the right music is really important for a cinematic video. And the ones all of these things are done. We are moving on to the practical section where we will shoot STD multi-sequence entirely from scratch. Basically, we implement all the things that we have learnt till now into this particular area shooting section. And once we showed the video, We will also edit the video. And I'll take you guys through each and every step during the editing process. And finally, we conclude by calibrating the video. So this is the basic structure of this particular skill check laws. And guys, all the topics are your belt back to the example so that you guys can understand everything in a much better way. So that's it, guys. Thanks for watching, and I hope to see you guys in the next video. 2. What is a Cinematic Video: Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about cinematic video. So what ESA, cinematic video? There is no perfect definition to a cinematic video. But anyways, in symbol words, cinematic video is a video which has a really good exposure. It is a video which has perfect details both in highlights and shadows. And moreover, it is a video which has a really good composition. And there are a lot of other five tastes. Dot data mine S cinematic video, like the basic settings, like the resolution and the frame rate, how stable you shooter videos, the way you edit and collaborative video matters a lot. And other basic things like addition of slow motion, how we've mixed matt Slow Motion and normal motion, cinematic movements. And when all these things combined together makes a video cinematic. So right now, I'm gonna show you guys a video which can help you distinguish between at normal video and cinematic video. And now let's roll the video. So and as you can see, the first video is to the normal video which has undergone as symbol V to edit. And the second video is it the exact same video, but the only difference is that the second bidder comprises of background music, transition, speed, damping, and a color grading process. So right away, I hope you guys can distinguish or feel the difference between a normal video and as cinematic video and feel that the cinematic video is more interactive and engaging so that easily the basic difference between a cinematic video and a normal video. And in the upcoming topics, we will be learning about all the basic settings that you need to know before shooting a video. You guys can learn about those settings and learn how to effectively make use of those settings. So we will learn about all those things in the upcoming topics. And wrapping up this particular topic, I hope you guys understood the basic difference between a normal video and cinematic video and that the basic definition of what a cinematic video ace. So that's it guys, thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. 3. Story Board : Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about storyboard. So what eats the storyboard? Storyboard basically helps us visualize what our video is going to look like and helps us make necessary changes to our video before coming up with the final version. Storyboard is a piece of paper wherein we visualize our video and transfer those video ideas scene by scene to that paper. So this is a symbol understanding of a storyboard. Before shooting any video, it is really tempting to take the camera and shoot the video. But without proper planning or without a proper Jordan map, we are definitely going to waste a lot of time, money, and energy. And that is why storyboarding is one of the most important step of pre-production. You visualize your video and transfer those video ideas scene by scene to a storyboard. So guys, this is an example of a storyboard template. And as you can see, we have got different boxes. And inside these boxes, keep draw the basic structure of our short. Then we also have a c number wherein they mention the number of the short. And we also have a scripting area. That is, if you have a script along with their video, you can write a script and see whether the script and the video match together. So a storyboard basically forces you to visualize the shots that you need and to arrange them in the order they will appear. So this is an example of the storyboard that I made for a video that you guys saw in the previous topic. And as you can see, I have got top boxes and inside the boxes I have got a basic structure of the shot. And I also have seed number. And since I don't have any script along with this particular short, our discrete data is blank. And as you can see, I have drawn a pretty basic structure and it is always a distributed draw, a basic structure. If you tried to draw a neat and clean structure, it can take a lot of time and that is not that convenient. All we need is a basic structure. That is, when we look at our storyboard, we need to have a perfect dark map so that we do not want based on a lot of time. And again, directly start shooting the video. So that is the concept behind a storyboard. So guys concluding this particular topic before shooting any videos, spend a bit of time planning or video and transferring your video idea. Do a storyboard. And at first it might feel a waste of time. But trust me guys, in the long run, this can help you save a lot of time. And so that's it, guys. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. 4. Why FPS is really Important: Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about SP is. So what is FPS? Fps stands for frames per second. And the look of the video is basically dependent on the FBS you are shooting it. For example, if you are shooting at 24, if p is your camera captures 24 frames per second, that is innocent. Kenya camera captures Tony for different pictures. And when these pictures are played one after the other, that basically makes up a video. Choosing the right FPS is really important to achieve the desired output that we want. For example, if you undershoot a cinematic video, 24 if ps is basically suggested, because 24 FBS provides the most natural motion and it is a closest if p is that I can choose with respect to a human eye. And that is why almost all movies are shorter 21st peers to provide the maximum natural feel to their audience. But when shooting at 24 FPS, proper stabilization is required. So if you want a bit of slow motion, you need to hire the frame rate like 60th PS1, PS2, 40 FPS or higher. And basically higher the peers, more flexibility. We will be having two slot on the video. For example, if you're shooting at 1and FPS in a second, the camera captures 100 different pictures. So you will be having the flexibility to go through a large number of photos in a really slow pace. So that basically makes up as the law motion video. So this is a comparison of videos ranging from 24224 deaf peers. And as again see, higher the frame rate, more slower the beauty can be made. But guys, there are some really important things that are unique to consider before shooting a slow motion video. And one of the most important thing is tied higher the frame rate, faster will be the shutter speed. And fast to the shutter speed, more amount of light daddies. If you undershoot a video at a higher frame rate, make sure that you are having sufficient amount of light or rails, you will end up having a lot of grains in her video. That is shooting as 60 FPS will provide more grains than shooting at 30 FPS in a law type situation. So if you're under shoot a video at a higher frame rate, make sure that you are having sufficient amount of light or Rails if you want to shoot a video in a low light situation, makes sure that you are shooting in a lower FPS. And this is a really important thing that you need to consider in mind before shooting a video, especially slow-motion videos. So guys, concluding this particular topic, FPS these Rita mine based on situation that you're shooting it. For example, if you want that the most natural motion you need to shoot at a lower FPS like 21st ps or Rails. If you want a bit of slow motion, you need to hire up the frame rate. And don't forget that. You can know change, frame break during post-production. And always keep in mind that higher the frame rate faster will be the shutter speed and foster the shutter speed more and more dof light you're required. So that's the guys. I really hope you guys found some value out of this particular video. Thank you for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. 5. Composition: Hi guys. In this video and let us talk about conversation. We have got a camera's screen or Efraim, and that can be considered as a blank canvas. And our goal is to fill the canvas with things that are useful to us story. Basically, conversation plays a really important role in drawing audience attention. Let me make a bit more clear. As you guys know, we can enable grids in our camera. Grids are nothing but two vertical, two horizontal lines with four different intersecting point us against you right now I am talking into the camera and this is known as an arrow. And if you notice, you can see that I am placed in the dead center of the frame. It is done because I want the audience to focus on me and what I say. So this is just an example of conversation that is, I am policed in the center of the frame or in the center of the grid so that the audience just focus on me. And this is just an example. And there are lots of other situations in which we shoot the video. And it's really important to have a perfect competition based on situation we are shooting a video ad. In that case, we can make use of a lot of rules. And when Coleman and most useful rule is the rule of third. And as I already said, we have got four different intersecting point. And whenever we give more importance or focus to any one of these intersecting points, that basically makes up the rule of third. So let me give you guys a couple of examples of that. I can get a better understanding of our rule of third. In this short, if you observe, you can see that at the horizon is basically centered. But if you put the horizon in the lower third, you can see that the shortest looking much better now. And that's the same case here as well. The horizon is centered, but if you put the horizon in the top line, bottom line, you can see that the shortest looking great now. And in the short, let us apply the rule of third, and let us focus on the top right in the second. And this gives a much better view to this particular short. And in this shot, the character is basically placed in the dead center. And now let's put down their eyes on the intersecting point. And this gives a lot more field to the video. Basically having a perfect almost they should make the video a lot stronger and engaging. If you observe this particular shortage and see a person who is logged onto the bottom right intersecting point. And whenever you were watches this particular shot, he or she will basically think according to the character of this particular shot. That is, first they will look on to this particular person, then they will look onto the other surrounding view. So this is how basically a perfect composition works. So guys, concluding conversation basically provides a lot more engaging and interactive video. And it also helps to drive the audience's attention to a specific point that we want. Moreover, having a perfect conversation also increases the aesthetic feel of a video. And you can achieve EPA for conversation by making use of the rule of third. So that's it guys. I really hope you guys enjoyed this particular video and I'll see you guys in the next video. Time faulting. 6. Cinematic Movements & In-Camera Transitions: Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about cinematic movements and in camera transitions. To be frank, there is no specific cinematic movements that you can learn. In fact, we basically create cinematic movements based on the situation and this uptick that we're shooting it. But if you are an absolute beginner to videography, There are some really symbol cinematic movements that you can practice. Now let's get to that. So guys, the first sort ys is live shorter where we move the camera from left to right or from right to left in a single light, which gives the video a lot more stability. And men shootings, as you kind of do a make sure that you hold the smartphone closer to you and that can reduce the amount of shake. So right now let us see the output of this particular short. So guys, in the second short, we can do either a forward, backwards light or a top-to-bottom slide. And in both of the cases, make sure that you slide the camera in a single line. And this particular short can be applicable where in you need to introduce a subject, your video to give you a better view of a subject with the help of assuming like plants each in, and in that case, this particular short can come in really handy. So right now, let us basically check out the output of this particular shot. So guys, right now let us talk about in camera translations. And when you try to implement in camera transitions in your video, your video will look a lot more natural when you switch from one BTO clip to the other. So you can already use in camera translations always, but in certain situations you will be able to implement the camera transitions. So right now let us get to in gamma transitions in detail. So guys, in this shot, I'm going to start the camera from the left side, that is from a blank point. Then I'm gonna do a semicircle which reveals a subject. Then I'm gonna take the camera, do a blank spot again. That is, I start from the left side, do a semicircle which reveals a subject. Then I'm going to again take the camera to _blank spot. And in the second shot, I'm gonna change the view of my subject. Then again, I'm going to start the camera from the left side through my blank spot. And that basically makes this short in a circular like feed. So starting from the left, revealing the subject, the Negin taking the camera, do a blank spot. So this is basically an implantation example. So now let's see the output and that makes things clear. So that's it guys. Concluding field learned about some basics inventing movements. And we also learned to achieve a natural in camera transitions. And a guys I say already said, cinematic movements are basically molded based on the situation and this object, we're shooting it. So thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. 7. Stabilize Your Video Footage: Hi guys. In this video we'll let us talk about sterilization. Though VUDU should might have high-quality condemned, perfect composition and stunning cinematic movement. But what if you're entirely different digits shaky, that can end direly ruin the video experience, right? So there are different ways in which you can make your videos shake free or stabilized. When Coleman technique that I use in my video is to shoot the video at a higher frame rate. So during post-production, I will slow down the video, not to an extent where the vD becomes slow motion, I would lie at least slow down the video and that basically smooth dents or the shaky part. After that, I would also apply a stabilization and this stabilization and the license for domain movement and kind of dissolves or the shaky part. So this is a process that I do to make my video shake free to an extent. And nowadays almost all video editing software and even mobile video editing software allows you to slow down the video and make your videos stabilized. Take an example of this particular video. And the video that I want to show you guys is shorter, NADP, 60 FPS. And the first video is right out of the camera. And the second video has undergone a light Slobodan process and the stabilization process and the right debate, you can feel the difference between a normal video and a Vd which has been slightly stabilized. So this is a common technique that I use to stabilize my video, which is kind of shaky. So if you are person who shoots a lot of handheld video, I went strictly to these two guys to invest on a mobile tripod or a camera tripod just like this. And this is a really cheap alternative that you can use for both cameras and smart phones. And this can really help you to reduce the amount of shake that you produce in a video, do a really good extent. You can also invest in net fluid head tripod using which you can shoot some batteries. Mood didn't end band charts. And if you're really creative, we can also shoot some standing bearers using a tripod aspirin. If you really wanted to step up your production, investing on a Gimbal is a really good choice. Nowadays, agreements are not that expensive and Gimbels can provide you with ultrafast mood for pages. That is, the mortars on the Gimbal work hard to make your video footages extremely smooth. And in spite of for the smoothness, the merozoites offers a lot of features like a hyper labs time-lapse motion, time-lapse, using which you can shoot some really good cinematic videos. So guys, current learning, you can make a video stabilized either by shooting at the higher frame rate and lightly slowing it down during post-production, are really sick and make use of a mobile tripod, a fluted report, or even a gimballed omega video stabilized. So that's it, guys. Thanks for watching and I'll see you next video. 8. Adding A Letter Box: Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about letterbox. Letterbox is nothing but the black bars that you see in the top and bottom part of the screen. And you might be familiar of this black bar because now it is a lot of people use these to get a cinematic field. But what is the exact technicality behind these black bars? When movies, I'm sure they will be following an international standard so that every movies can be effective in displayed in widescreen at a theater. Bergman the exact same movie when it is being transferred to a DVD format or any other foreign matter, will suffer a loss and detail to fix that issue, a process known as selective boxing is basically used. And the letter boxing is a process which crops the end dire in the National Standards visual required for the dot end loss in frame. So this is the process known as select a boxing. But we basically used these letterbox or to get a cinematic appeal. And indeed using these black bus give EBIT of enhancement or cinematic feel to the video. So right now let us see how you can get black bars on your video. Bite. No, I want to show you guys how you can add a letterbox and I am using final good Peru as the reference. But almost all DOD does help you to add a little box. And I'm going to show you guys two different ways in which you can add a letterbox aswell. So talking about method number one, I'm going to go to the Effects section right here. And in the search bar, I'm going to search for letterbox. And here we have gotten effect name doesn't let the box and I want to click on it and drag it on top of our video. And now I'm gonna go to the inspector section. And here we have got to the letterbox sittings and I want to increase the border size to seven. And as you can see, this instantly gives a bit of cinematic field of the video. That is the black bar in the top and the bottom section. So this is method number one in which again add a letterbox. So guys, right now let us talk about method number two. And method number two is kind of key way in which you can letterbox, our letterbox kind of field. So to do that, I want to go to the tape section and I'm going to add a black box right on top of the video, and I'm going to resize it. So after that, I want to click on the black box. Then I'm gonna click on or the transform option right here. Then I'm going to resize it in a way that the box kind of narrows down. So then I'm going to place this particular black box in the top part. Then I'm going to copy the exact same box once again and I wanna paste it. Then I'm going to basically select or the upper box and then click on transform again. Then I'm going to bring that down all the way to the bottom. So this is kind of a tricky way in which you can also achieve a cinematic like our look. And they can adjust. This particular box is in the bay you want or the in the thickness that you want to achieve a cinematic field or for your own. So these are the two different ways in which you can add elector boats and that the first method is what I use to add our letterbox to my video because it is not convenient. But somehow if you don't have a direct option to add, let a box from your video to two, you can download dot do different or black boxes or blacks coil or black rectangles. And I can resize it in a way that it kind of looked like two different black box in the top and the bottom area. So these are the two different ways in which you can add a letterbox or black bus to her videos. So that's it guys. This is a symbol by enriching and get black bars on a video. And it doesn't add up to anything else, just in case a visual appeal to the video. So that's it, guys. I'll see you next video. 9. Importance Of Music: Hi guys. In this video, let us talk about music. Music plays a really important role, especially in cinematic videos. Choosing the right music is really important to provide the right field to the audience. And there are some exceptions. If you're cinematic video has a voice over that explains what is happening. We can basically say to learn with a mild background music. But in the other case, if your city Medici goods to not have a voiceover, V need to be extra careful while to signal the music, because in that case, the music and the video has an equal role in providing the right field to the audience and choosing the right music for your video is not that easy. We need to find amazing that they're coupled along with the video provides a right field and moreover, makes the video a lot more enjoyable. And they're different resources from which you can basically choose to music for him. And when commonplace that I really upon Esau, YouTube's official or the library. And also you can download music files for a mom Bea's other online websites. So when key in modeling data, you need to keep in mind these data. Basically take some time and find the right music of your video, which basically makes the video or provides a soul to the video. So that's it, guys, thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. 10. Live Video Shooting: Hi guys. In this video, we will be shooting a cinematic sequence and dialing from scratch. We will put all the things that we have learned are now into practice. And guys, consider this just as an example where I'm going to show you guys why should my videos? And I hope you guys can find some video ID out of this and implement it in your own way. And I will be using a smartphone to shoot the end dire cinematic sequence and the cameras sitting that I wanna use these, that our solution is ten NTP and the frame rate is 60 FPS. So without wasting any more time, let's get started. So guys, first of all, let us talk about all the different properties that are required in this particular city mighty sequence. And first of all, we required a subject and this particular product acts as the main subject of this particular cinematic sequence. And the second property that we are going to use, ISS alight and I have inserted at this particular light inside a soft box so that the light produced one be harsh to the subject and this object can be well-lit. So this is second property. And guys, a third property that we are going to use, a plastic sheeting. And this particular plastic sheet can come in really handy to avoid the friction between the smartphone and the table. So when the Moravia shooting some kind of sliding shorts, this particular plastic sheet helps us to shoot that particular shot in a much smoother and stable magnet. So this isn't really QC hack that you can implement while you shoot some sliding shots. And the last property that we are going to use is a black cloth. And I'm planning to short this particular synovitis sequence in a dark and one min. In that case, this particular black cloth can come in handy to provide that kind of an ambience. So guys, the first thing to do is to set up the table. And currently I have covered my table completely with this particular black cloth. And this is my tables overview. And as you can see, the table is completely covered. And talking about my cameras are my cameras basically placed in a top-down view so that I can completely cover all the objects that I'm placed in another table. So this is my cameras set up and now lives basically setup all law the objects on the table. So now we have got other main subject in place. Secondly, we are also adding a light, and the light is basically placed in the bottom right corner. And finally, let's add the last property that uses all the plastic sheet. Now we are almost ready to shoot this particular cinematic sequence. And before that, make sure that whenever you are shooting synovitis Egan's, you need to lock your focus. And since I'm shooting this particular video in a dark kind of enviornment. I will also lower down the exposure to provide the right ambiance. Now we have set up a table and we are also related through the camera settings. Now it is time to show the video. So guys talking about the different shots I will be following is storyboard that I made for this particular cinematic sequence. And that the first shot, I will be focusing on the leftmost rotary dial of this particular product. And if you notice, you can see that I have already locked on my focus and slightly I just the exposure to kind of get the feel out of this particular video. Since I'm having this particular plastic sheet, I can really slight smooth towards subject. So this short is kinda of assuming Kirby shot that reveals are the rotary dial off or this particular product. So this is my first short DAW that basically revealed to the right-hand corner and make sure that you lock the focus, exposure and slide in real smooth. Even the slightest shaken costs the video to shatter a lot. Sometimes it can be when fixed during post-production. And in the second short, I'm kind of trying to reveal the name of this particular product. And in certain situations, it is really difficult to get a perfect focus. So you need to try a bit hard to change the cameras positioned to get this particular perfect focus. And once you get the focus, make sure that you exactly locked defocus. Sometimes even if a lot of focus, you may not get the perfect shot duty to mine. I haven't really motivating is that whenever you are shooting a synovitis, Reagan's showed a couple of visuals. Even if another we shall denote mitosis. The can basically rely upon other shorts that we have taken so that it's also a really important thing to consider. So guys, you can also make use of third-party applications like a filmic broader get more precise focus and Tao are the stabilization controls. But currently I'm using this doc amine obligation of my smartphone. And guys considers particular bidder just as an example in which you can now grab some idea and implement it in your own way. And guys, this particular shot is a free flow motion in which I'm moving my camera based on a set of predefined steps. And this particular video can come in really interesting if you add the right amount of speed rambling and transition. Guy, sometimes you may feel a bit confused now, but don't worry guys, when you see the output of this, particularly in my DC can, as you can, probably understand things in a much better Bay. Anybody's, now we're shooting a free flow motion in which I am moving my camera based on a predefined set. And that when you add the right Edmodo speed ramping, this particular beauty can become really smooth and engaging. And as you can see while using the plastic sheet, let's charge can be taken in a much smoother manner. And finally, wrapping up bodies in magic short, I have also added a final vertigo short, and this basically gives you the entire view of the product. And dow v basically winds up, ah, this particular sequence. Hello. So that's it guys. This is how I shoot a cinematic sequence. And I really hope you guys found some value out of this particular video. And one really important thing, data you need to consider in mind east that it is not necessary to have expensive Gimbels and solidous, et cetera. All we need is a smartphone and a bit of creativity to chutes. And really going to be dealing with that said, thank you for watching and I'll see you guys in the next video. 11. Live Video Editing: Hi guys. In this video we will be editing the city multi-sequence data be shot in the previous topic. And I hope that you guys have seen the output of that particular video. And I will be editing the BDA using Final Cut Pro. And all the things that I'm going to show you guys are basic fundamental things that can be applied or ADB editor. So if you remember, I told you guys died of a number, you are shooting a video, make sure that you shoot multiple charts. But sometimes when you try to import all those media files, it can kind of get a bit confusing. In that case, make sure that before importing the media files on the your video editor, you need to play back each and every video file and filter the best out of it. In my case, I have basically imported a lot of media files and I have played back each and every v du file and filtered the best out of it. And right now I'm going to add those media files onto my video editor. So right now I have got all the media files directly on my timeline. So the first thing that I'm gonna do is I'm going to remove all the background noise to do that. I don't see like Daddy and dire media files. And I'm going to enter Control Shift and s. And that basically detaches the order of file from the videos. So now I'm going to select the entire audio clip and I want to delete it, since I am basically following a storyboard, I know that our vis-a-vis they should come first and which leader should come second. And right now, storyboard saves a lot of time for me. So I'm going to arrange all these media files based on the order they are going to appear. Our guys I Alba arranged all the video files in the order they are gonna appear. So the next thing that I'm gonna do is I'm gonna select or the end dire video clip. And since I showed this particular video at 60 FPS, I'm going to slow down this particular video by 50%. To do that, I want to go too slow option anaerobically con 50%. And this basically slows down the video, but 50%. And the next thing that I'm gonna do is I'm going to go to Inspector right now. And I'm going to scroll down and I will turn on this stabilization feature. So what does this got to do is that DAW stabilization basically goes through the end diabetes and analysis for dominant movements and basically smooths that out. But when really important thing that a u need to do after applying stabilization is that you need to skim through your NDI video. That is sometimes stabilization can kind of provide a jerky filter video. Make sure that you browse through the end dire videoclip inner timeline and a C. But there, some of your video is affected by adding a civilization. And now I'm going to do that. And guys, if you notice right here, you can see that this particular beta is basically producing a lot of jerk. And right now I'm going to select this particular video clip and I'm going to turn off further stabilisation to see whether e stabilization, making this particular problem. So I'm going to turn off stabilization. Now I'm going to play back the video and urgency that, that there is no jug right now. And that is what I said, W4 confirming the video, make sure that I use skim through the video and check whether any BBDO is some misbehaving, withdrew the effect of addition of stabilization. So now we have basically slot on the video and also added destabilization. And the next thing that I'm gonna do is I'm going to trim down the unwanted parts of the video. And if you see this particular short ESA, the single shot, but itis pretty large because I have multiple sequences. So now I'm going to go to this particular video and I'm going to select the best short out of it. And I'm going to delete all the other parts. Alright guys, I'm done with the first shot now let's move to the second short and let us basically trimmed and wondered parts out. So guys but net played by this particular video. I kind of feel that when this particular video, if it is reversed, it kind of looks better. So I'm going to select this particular video and I'm going to reverse this particular clip. So that basically makes this particular clip will look a lot better in my opinion. And I also feel that there is some kind of jerk in this particular video. So I'm going to select the video and I want to turn off stabilization for this particular veto aswell. So that might solve the issue. As guys are now the shortest looking much better compared to that of attorney on stabilisation. So we are done with the second clip, aswell. Now I'm gonna do the same for all these eclipse on remote, all the unwanted parts. And I'll get back in a second. So guys, I'm done with all the printing presses of this particular video files. And then the next step is to add the music. So I have basically found out m music that kind of suits this particular cinematic sequence. And right now, I'm going to add that to the timeline. Alright guys, now be half got audio music file right here on the timeline. And it kind of seems to be a pretty small music. So there isn't one solution that can be done to make this particular era music file a bit longer. That is to cut the music file in the perfect place and to extend it naturally. And it is pretty simple. You need to cut the music where the track kinds of blends together and we can just copy and paste it. So right now I'm gonna do that. Alright guys, I, How could this particular music file in a really natural way? And it kind of feels like a single flow. So now I can repeat the process and extended media till the end. And the let me do that. So guys, now we have added the music and all done with the next process. So before that I want to select the entire audio clip and I'm going to combine them by entering option and G. And that basically combine saw the end dire, musically pinto single piece. So now we are done with the music section. And this particular music video also has some sound effects in built or embedded. So now basically lead to a playback, this particular end dire Meta file and basically add some effects are to sound effect that at this particular music file has. And I'm going to basically speed dram, but its own defects to give a bit of interactive field to the video. And now I wanna show you guys how we can do speed damping and that, no, let's play back got the first short right here. And if you notice here we have correspond effect. So basically on the music file and I'm going to press M to add a marker that basically indicates that we're starting off with the sound effect. And I'm going to place another marker that indicates the end of the sound effects. So I'm going to basically click on the video file and I'm going to end their shift and be together on my keyboard. And that basically creates a starting point for really speed damping. Now I'm gonna go do the second marker and I want to select the video clip. And again I'm going to enter shift and be. And that'll basically creates or the end point of the speed jamming point. Now here we can see this E, So the starting point and the ending point of the speed ramping. Now I'm going to click on the arrow right here. And I want to go too fast and I'm going to speed up this particular pie by two x. And notice playback of the video. And now we can see that the speed ramping ended the sound effect basically couples together to make the video a lot more interactive. So guys, even in the second chart, eigenstates some sound effects playing up. So in correspondence to that. And if it, I'm going to add some speed damping. In this particular short, I'm going to basically add ed cropping and crop out effect based on another beat on this particular music's. So I'm going to basically add the crop in effect right here when this particular node is going to start another crop out right here in this particular point. So now let's do that. So I'm gonna gut the VD0 into two different parts so that I can directly add the crop in effect to this end obese. So I click on the Crop option right here, and I'm going to slightly cropped the video in and replace it in the exact center. Notice play back the video. So Guys, Finally we are back on the free flow motion. And flow motion, I'm going kind of trying to implement the speed ramming effect again. So let's play back the video. So I am planning to add SP dram starting from here all the way till here. So I'm gonna basically add, do different pointers or Marcus. And I'm going to add SB ramping end point and the starting point. So I'm going to speed it up by 2x and notice playback. Alright. And I'm going to add that in next pyramid right here, which starts from here. And it's going to end right here. So now let us enter command and B for the starting point and combine and before the end point for this P term. And I'm going to speed it up by 2x. And let us play back the video. And the guys now let us move to the last shot. This is a vertical shot and I'm going to add a small black artifact and a speed RAM to this particular short. So to add the Blackboard effect, I have basically found out two different point whether basis really high and mark that point using two markers. To add the blackbody fit. I wanna go to shapes right here. And I'm going to basically add in a black custom Squire. And I'll be resizing it to the minimum point. And that'll be copying it and pasting it in the next market. And I'm a cutoff OR DO right here, that is a music file. And I'm going to also provide a fade out effect by clicking on this particular arrow right here, and let us drag it towards the left. And that basically gives a fade out effect. So guys, we are pretty much done with this particular areas, a Maddie sequence. And the next thing that we are going to do is we are going to color Great. This particular end diabetes is Slashdot in a single camera that is in a single sequence. So there's not a much need of calibrating, but I wanted to kind of provide a bit more dark enviornment. So I'm going to tell it the end dire clip and I'm going to come bonded together by injuring option and G. And the next thing that I'm gonna do is I'm going to select the starting point right here. And then I'm going to go to the color grading section right here. And I'm going to enter command and seven, which basically opens up our waveform right here. I'm in the exposure section and I'm going to decrease the highlights and also the shadows to a point where I can see that all law, the black parts are completely black. Now let's go to the different parts of the video and see whether all of the shorts are perfectly lit. And here we're going to see that this burglar short is a bit dark. So I'm going to slightly in Greece and the shadows. So Guys, Finally, let's also add a letterbox. So honored Dr. Linda Bach's right on top of the video. And now let's go to inspector and increase decides to seven, and now the letterbox is visible. So we are pretty much done with the NDI video editing process. And this is how I added as cinematic sequence. And I really hope that you guys have on some idea out over this particular video on how to edit video already does we added some slow-motion video because it was shot at a higher frame rate than me slightly still stabilize the video that we also added a background music along with some speed ramping, and that basically concludes our video editing section. So that's it, guys, thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in the next video. And if I don't 12. Conclusion: So that's it guys. Thanks a lot for tuning in all the way till the end. And they really hope that you guys enjoyed the course and moreover, forms and value out of it. And let me quickly summarize what we have learned in this particular sculpture class. We started off with what is a cinematic video. Then we learned about storyboard. Then we also talked about the FP is how to achieve a perfect conversation. We also went over some basic cinematic movements and how we can achieve or some natural in camera transition. Then we also talked about different techniques that you're going to implement that to stabilize your video. We talked about lector boxing music. Then we also recorded as an MIT secrets entirely from scratch and also be edited and collaborated that a particular visual that basically wraps up this particular skin check glass. So guys, please let me know in the review section, why do you guys think about this pretty good security class? And that's it. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you guys in another feature class. And then it is spilling Aronson signing off.