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DJI OSMO - Smooth stabilized 4k videos

Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

DJI OSMO - Smooth stabilized 4k videos

Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

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13 Lessons (49m)
    • 1. What is the course about

    • 2. OSMO who I am

    • 3. OSMO Basic controls

    • 4. OSMO - Tour of the DJI GO APP for OSMO

    • 5. OSMO - Taking selfies

    • 6. OSMO vlogging

    • 7. OSMO Slo mo

    • 8. DJI OSMO how to do a 360 PANO


    • 10. Fundamental film techniques osmo

    • 11. OSMO advanced filming techniques


    • 13. HOW TO monetize your OSMO FOOTAGE

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About This Class

The DJI Osmo is an amazing powerful little camera that allows one to shoot amazing smooth and stabilized 4k videos and photos. It's developed by the known leader for drones and innovative products (DJI). This course teaches you get setup quickly and use this amazing camera to its full potential. Since I'm a digital nomad videographer I'll also cover specific use cases for how while living abroad, traveling, and running an online video business.

I've taken the DJI Osmo traveling from Thailand to Vietnam to film 4k footage and got amazing results without the use of a tripod. I've also used the osmo to film and take photos of night life events like a friends birthday party.

You can do cool things like take selfies, 360 panoramas, time lapses, and new filming techniques. These will be taught in the course.

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Greg Hung

Travel Videographer


Hi I'm Greg. I'm a South African Canadian Travel Videographer aka Global Citizen. I first got into video filming with a sharp camcorder in high school making my own short films and tennis video and editing on a VHS.  In 2011 in Simon Fraser University (Vancouver Canada) I rediscovered my love for video while filming an earthquake hiphop safety video for a Media Course. 

After I graduated from Simon Fraser University (BA Communications) in Vancouver Canada I went on to pursue a successful IT career working 13 years as an IT manager. I went onto to complete my MBA in Technology Management SFU and found my Entrepreneurial inspiration to start my own travel video business in 2011 during the DSLR video revolution. I sold my downtown Vancouver Apartment, bought an iMac, a Can... See full profile

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1. What is the course about: this course is about the DJ I osmo, this video camera here. This camera was made by DJ I. They made the famous phantom drones, which are so popular these days, especially in 2016 and the beach I Osmo was made in 2015. It's still very new technology, and I think it's a great fit, especially have been flying drones or GoPro's to transition into a camera like this second film, Amazing Videos and get that Stabilized smooth shot can also do amazing photos like Selfies and Ramez time lapses, and it gives you freedom because you don't have to carry around a tripod, which for me it's a bit of a crutch. Well, you're tryingto travel with your friends and be mobile and ah, this is a whole new way off filming. So this course is going to teach you the fundamentals, how to do all the techniques and features that this cameras capable off later on. In the course. Once you're able to film great footage, I'm gonna take you to the next step, which is what do you do that footage? You may need some help editing your 1st 4 K video. Or maybe if you decide to build on online video business by monetizing your footage, I'm gonna introduce you how to do that. So with that in mind, let's get started. 2. OSMO who I am : Hi. My name is Greg Kong. I'm a Canadian Digital Nomad video creator. For those of you who don't know what that is, it is a mouthful. I had a 13 year career in I T. I did my Masters in Vancouver, Canada. I'm originally from South Africa, and now I based myself out of Asia, Taiwan and Thailand. For the past three years, building my online video business, I've been heavily into video since 2011 shooting video with SLR xgo crows, drones and now the D. J. I. Osmo and I've been licensing my videos, teaching on like horses. I'm very active on the Internet. I have a podcast, Greg hung show dot com. And that's also my website where I teach people how they can live a life full of time and location freedom, doing what they love. And this course is all part of that. I want to teach you how to film amazing videos and photos with this. And then I want to show you how you can monetizing that if you decide you want to build an online business with it. So that's a little bit about me, and I'm gonna show you and tell you explain more about the course. Yeah, just don't Part two. Yeah, 3. OSMO Basic controls: on this last thing. We're gonna go over some of the basic controls. We're gonna look at the buttons on the osmo. So this over here is the joystick or the deep hats so uses to rotate the camera up and down or left and rights. Okay. And this button here's for the photo. So you can rotates camera position, then this press. It's for an instant photo. This button here is for a recording video. So free press, it's you'll hear the noise and then the fan on the Oslo will stop if you have the latest version of the firmware. If you haven't done that a recommend going to the DJ eyesight to get the latest firmware and download and install that now I'm gonna turn the osmo around so you can see the trigger . The trigger. Here you can click two times together, front and center. Now, if you want to change the selfie mode, you compress three times. Okay. Now Walton selfie mode. You can adjust the camera my hand or it can use the deep hat. Now let's go back to front center. So we're gonna click twice, Okay? Another technique. I wanna teach you is to lock the camera angle. So we do that just by clicking once and holding on the trigger. You might want to do this. If you're doing a walking shot and there's something that's interesting, you could just hold onto the trigger. The camera will lock on the target on demo this right now. Okay. And then I'll hold on lock onto the target. Okay? I'm gonna press record so you can see my tell set up there. And even though the camera's low, I'm gonna lock in a target. So the camera head heaps pointing of the target. Okay, so that's a quick demo of the controls of the osmo. Now, one more technique I'm gonna teach you is how to control the camera from the app. So if you're looking at the up here, you can actually turn the camera from the app by pressing on this screen while you're in the up, and then you can actually turn the camera. All right. So those your basic controls on the osmo and in the next lesson, we're gonna look at doing selfies 4. OSMO - Tour of the DJI GO APP for OSMO: on this lesson. I'm gonna walk you through the deejay also up. So I'm just that the WiFi looking at the Osmo hot spot. So im already connected with the default password. 12341234 And I've assumed you already downloaded the DJ. I go up after you've done that. Open up the app and you can turn your osmo one. Actually, it should be ready on if you see the hospital and it may ask you which camera you want to open. So X Select D J I osmo and then click the camera button. I've already done that. So that should take you to this main screen which we're looking at. I'm gonna start by telling you the stats of the very top there. So I hope you can see that because the mike is covering it. So the top is this gonna give you some specks on your battery life, WiFi and things like the ISO shutter speed on the aperture, which are important to know for if you're doing video and also photos. So, uh, this is telling me I have I So 16 hundreds, 1/1 20th shutter speed of 2.8 zero exposure, and I can take 967 photos in JPEG and raw. We have 99% battery. All right, there's a lot of stuff in here. And to be honest, I don't use it all, but I'll take you through the functions I use the most of the videographer and, uh, let's get started. So over here is gonna be your photo and video mode. So we're in photo moon now to hop over to video mode, you can click over there and you can see that the settings have now changed. So as a videographer, if I'm in video mode, I can just click the red button to record and you can also press stop there. I've also showed you in the last thing. You can also remote control the camera from the absolutely could do that by holding down on the screen. I'll just press record first, hold down and just swipe, okay, so I can take a look at my apartment there and I set up okay, so we'll just leave that there over here and the auto. You can go into slow motion mode so I cannot record some slow motion. I noticed that the the camera zooms in quite a bit. So just gonna do some slow motion and look like I'm doing something. Okay, over here is where you're gonna be able to change the settings to manual or, ah, I believe this is aperture priority where you select the shutter speed and it will decide the I S o c I S o is great out, or you could go full manual. I prefer to go all manual, especially if I'm in a controlled situation. So I know which, uh, specific settings are going to use. So for this situation, because there's not a lot of light right now, I choose the high I S O and the shutter speed that allows me to get the most light in there . Okay, so this setting underneath is telling me that it's minus two. It's a little too dark. If I go into auto, I'll show you a little trick. Auto will decide the settings for you. So sometimes what I'll do is I'll put it in auto and then I'll take a look at what settings the computer decides. So I so 3200 1 100 shutter speed. And based on that, I condemn decide a manually. I can select something that's close to that. So it takes away some of the guesswork. Just go back to the four K camera. Okay, so let's go back. Teoh Auto. So auto decided on Isil thirty two hundred one over 30th shutter speed. So if I wanted to do this manually, I could get something close to that 1/30. And if I wanted to find to night, I can just buy changing the center there so you can see this E V meter changes the way I understand it. Your goal is to get zero over there, so it's not too bright. Knocked to dark, not over exposed. Okay, so with the shutter of one hundreds, it's a little bit too dark. So it says minus one. But as I go over to 40 shutter speed, I get zero. So I believe this is telling me this is the ideal speed. So what we can do is hit record. The fan on nozzle will stop and you can see it's recording there. If we look at the bottom, it's telling you that it's recording in the amount of seconds it's recording for. And it's also giving you the amount of recording time left on the memory card. So the capacity also giving you the meters for the mic. So let's go over the photo mode and walk through the different options we have there. So in camera mode, we can go over Teoh that I can to give us more options. This is just a single photo. 12th delay HDR we can take multiple photos, so let's take one right now. Look at the camera with shutter. Okay. I think you get the idea. We can also do a Pano Now we're doing this from my apartment. It's not gonna be ideal, but let's just try one anyways. Okay? £180 0 there we go. So is generating the pan? Oh, no. And that was actually pretty quick. Okay, so now we're back to the photo menu over here. We can decide if you want to record at a certain interval. Sorry. Take photos as certain. Interval time. Lapse. I covered in another lesson specific settings, but this is where you would access it. So let's just go back to single photo Okay, So same idea on the photos you can select manual, um, aperture, priority and auto. Okay. I like to use auto, and I like to tap on the screen to adjust the exposure. So basically, what that means is you want to tap on when you want to focus on and take a photo off. So let's just move the camera closer to me. So if I wanted to adjust the exposure on the TV, I could tap that or myself. This is probably not a good situation, uh, to demo this, but if you're let's just say I was pointing the camera outside, I could demo that better. So let's move the camera. I want to focus the camera outside Aiken, tap outside, see how that focuses on the outside. Or if I want to focus on the camera inside. I could do that, too. So that's why I like using the auto. And I just, uh, let you know I'm a videographer first before photographer. So auto is nice for that. So let's take one photo here, Okay? One other setting I wanted to show you related to photos is the format. So the setting you care about is image formats under the camera area. So have a choice of J. Peg Raw and J. Peg Plus Raw, currently set to J Play plus Raw Now Wrong will give you the most information to play around with in the editing face in post production. I tried it out yesterday, and it generates a large file around 18 to 19 megabytes. But in Adobe Photo Shop, you can do things like do full lights. You can change the saturation, so you have a lot of ruin the work with. So if you were taking if your plan was to take a really nice photo, I would do it in raw and UH, J Peg unrolls Nice. If you just want to share a quick photo, you have a small file on the J peg and the role which you can work with later on. Let's just go back to the left menu. This play button is just previews, so if you want a preview, the clips he just took you could do that over there, and you can also download them from that screen. So I was quickly download a file there very similar to the the drone di di men. You mean screen? Let's go back to the camera option there. So another important area is video resolution. This is where it can change from 10. 80 p. Two. Four K and you've got different frame rates. So personally, I like to use 4096216 So 24 friends for seconds. But I'll just keep it on 10. 80 p 60 frames per second and you can see if you're in video mode. Still switched the video vote. You can see at the top how that changes once you've changed the resolution. Okay, there's also the white balance. You can change. They can put grid lines. I don't really use this stuff. The center points hissed a gram. You can change the style. Here's an important one. You can control the audio from the Osmo camera, and you can select a mute the fan. Well, well, digital zoom control. I don't really use this, but see how I can pinch and zoom in there. I wouldn't recommend it. Okay, here's where you can control the gimbal we can going to selfie mode or re center. So the same controls as a trigger orientation. Look, I think that functions in the same way that the trigger does when you hold it down. Set gimble altitudes so can change the height of the gimbal. So some nice Kimball controls in there and last one is the settings with the gear icon. Okay, so let's go to general so we can change the WiFi settings here. This is where it can change the hot spot name and the password and the frequency 2.4 G versus five G. Uh, current set up to five G. I have a lot of device is broadcasting on 2.4. So I just decided to use five video cash I got on. So after you record video, you can decide if you wanted to keep a copy on your mobile device. Good for social media sharing. And it can also clean audio. A lot of options here. Okay, let's go toe gimble. Over here, you can control the speed off the gimbal minus currently set to slow, and you can control the stick control direction. This is the deep. Had I believe you can change how, what direction that's going to move the Oslo in calibrates horizon on Gimble Auto calibration I haven't uses before, but I will try it after I go through the camera with you. Okay, so this is actually a similar menu to where we went before, where you can change the video resolution, but you have a few more options. You can change the format between modern MP four. So according to Tom's Tech time, which I trust mob is a better format for Max. MP four for Windows video Standard and TSC is standard for North America. I believe pal is good for European countries. Okay, photo ratio 69 this standard on. I got my image formats, time lapse formats. You have option on video or J Peg and video. So I think that's going to create the actual image files for you, plus the video. So if you want oh, make your own time lapse, you can do that. I just use video, and then you have a whole bunch of other options. I'm not gonna go through all of them, but the mean once you might be interested in our anti flicker. If you're in another country format, the SD card is probably one of you reuse the most, and you can reset the camera to the defaults, which I haven't done. Okay, that's the app in a nut show. So I'm gonna go ahead and calibrate this gimbal and ah, okay, So it says, make sure the gimbals placed upright on a stable surface and the gimbal can rotate freely. Okay, I've now calibrated the gimbal, and I'll show you the B roll. OK, so thanks for watching this lesson on the deejay osmo app. 5. OSMO - Taking selfies: okay, high in this lesson. We're gonna be taking a look at how we can do selfie photos, different situations. You've got selfie photos at day, and sometimes you're gonna be out with friends and night time. So I'm gonna give you some tips for that on the self proclaimed Selfie King or King of Selfie. So I think I can offer a lot in this particular lesson. So first I want to do is tap three times. I'm going to show you my screen so you can get a view of what looks like from your end. So top three times. Okay, So while in selfie mood, you can adjust the camera yourself or use the joystick. Now, the top tip here is to look at the camera on Osmo, not on the screen. I make this mistake a lot. You can also use this tip. If you're using your smartphone to take selfies, look at the camera. Next tip is to tap on the screen to get the right exposure before you take your selfie. And if you're happy with the framing the exposure, just press the button. Okay? So, by default is going to take a J Peck photo. That's fine just for sharing on the Internet. But if your photo professional photo pro you like to change the contrast saturation, the brightness, all that stuff, you may want to change the settings in the, uh to do a raw photo so raw photo is gonna be larger has more information for you to do editing in post production. I just used J pegs because it's easier. Okay, some other tips for doing selfies, especially at night with friends, is to be aware of your light source. So at nighttime lighting is not gonna be is good. So if you can find a light source that's facing you your face, then you're gonna get better results. I like to use an led light panel. If you don't have analogy Light panel, you can just use any type of source. Maybe have a little light on your key ring. Ask someone who's not taking the photo to shine that light at you and your friends so you can get better results for your selfie. So take a look at some of the selfies I've taken with my led light panel, and one thing you can do is to remind your friends to look at the camera, not at the screen, And then make sure you got your exposure and snapped that photo. Okay, so those are some tips from the self proclaimed King of Selfie. Hope that helps you out. Yeah. Just don't to Yeah. 6. OSMO vlogging : I'm this lesson. I want a demo How you can use the osmo to vlog. So this probably means that we're gonna be pointing the camera at us or you can pointed at another direction. But we're gonna focus on having this in video in selfie mode. Now something that you need to know is that the built in mic is not very good on the Osmo. So what I recommend is that you get a better microphone. This is not the best example. But Lisa gives you an idea off what you can do. So this year is shock on microphone me by company called Road. They make smaller versions off this mike. They make a live mic, or maybe a small shock on Mike that you may be able tow clip onto the camera. If you use a shock on Mike for best results, I recommend that you pointed towards you, but enough talking. Let me actually just demo how this would work. First of all, you want Teoh tap three times having in selfie mode. Now this shock on Mike was actually designed for an SLR because it has the heart you attachment, But I'm not sure if there are hard to attachments for Osmo. Yes. So I'm just gonna improvise here, so they want to plug it into the outlets and you can adjust the audio settings on the stock on Mike. So once you have your shock on my on, make sure is pointing towards you and you can actually use another device like an iPad or iPhone to make sure it's filming on you and then hit record. So the good thing about this is that the audio is gonna be recorded in tow. One file the video file, not a separate audio file that you need to sink later on. So that's pretty nice. So this should give you an idea of how you can blow. Another tip I can give you is try to hold it further away. And before you start recording, take a look at your app to make sure that your in focus I like to do auto. So you just don't need to worry about the changing lighting environment, and you could just focus on your actual delivery. If you have some help, you can have someone else use a mobile device just to make sure that the picture looks good . And if you have big shock on Mike like this, you can just improvise and use the stand over here to hold your shock on Mike. But a laugh Mike might be ideal because you can actually clip it on to you. Or you can get a small shock on Mike. They might have a clip that you can find somewhere to clip onto the osmo. So as long as you take care off your audio, I think the Osmo is a good fit for blogging. But just with the factory Osmo, the audio Xhaka me good enough, but the video is pretty good for those selfie video shots. Now let's talk about what settings you would use. I recommend doing HD if you're just planning the share on YouTube, but you can future proof you work doing four K. Just keep in mind. You're gonna have larger videophiles. You're gonna need a more powerful computer, and it's going to take longer to upload those files. So if you're willing to deal with that, then you could have future proof V logs that are gonna be good for maybe the Knicks 5 to 10 years. So those of something. My tips for belonging in selfie mode with the DJ Osmo. Hey, it's Greg hung here, and I'm about to start shooting Day one off my DJ I osmo course your asthma is a pretty cool, stabilize video stick made by DJ I and yeah, just don't Part two, yeah. 7. OSMO Slo mo: Hi. In this video lesson, we're gonna talk about how to do slow motion on the DJ I Osmo. Something that's pretty cool about the slow motion is that it's at 100 20 frames per second . Full high definition at 10 80 p. That's better than what my SLR cameras could do. Eso that's just high tech feature that's in this little camera. I think a lot of things the coolant still emotions. So I think you should really try this feature out. Just remember, it's not at four K. You can only do this in high definition, which is good enough for sharing on the Internet. So let's show you how to do this is going to turn around so you can see it now in your app . You want to make sure you're in video modes. So if your video modes tap the auto on the left side, which is just above the record button and then click slow motion now notice. Once you click the slow motion, it zooms in a little bit and you get less in your picture. So you just want to be aware of that. You might need to back up to make sure you get everyone in the picture while you're doing slow motion. So I'm gonna demo this feature not right here, because it's not a great way to demonstrate it, but check this out. 8. DJI OSMO how to do a 360 PANO : wide awake. But you like I can't. Oh, what a week. But you're 9. OSMO TIME LAPSE: Hey, this is Greg here. You're looking at the AP view. I'm just about to start a time lapse on the deejay Osmo. It's sitting on a tripod. Now. One thing that you should be aware of is the time that you're setting up. I recommend looking at the sunset times off the place that you're doing your time lapse. Ideally, you want to do this about 30 minutes before sunsets. You want to be all set up because that does take some time. So with the up, I'm going to click on the photo mode. Click on time, lapse. Once you click time lapse, you have a choice of how many seconds between each photos. So this is called the interval. My recommendation is if he wants a smooth time lapse. You don't want to make something short like one or two seconds. Then it's gonna be a bit choppy and you also want to consider the amount of action. If there is ah lot of action ing happening, you don't necessarily need to have a long interval because is a lot of action happening. So maybe 2 to 3 seconds is OK in a place of a lot of action if things were happening, Released slow. Let's just say it's a sunset. Maybe you want to do a longer interval. Let's say 7 to 10 seconds. And another thing to consider is how long you wanna wait. Okay, because I'm setting this up in your home. I'm quite patient. I can do this for a boat. 20 minutes and that'll give me 12th of video time. Lapse at a four second interval. Okay, if I want to do this to three seconds and get 13 seconds of video, Okay, I'm happy with that. Let's quickly take a look at the photos settings. I have it set on auto. Okay, so one more time. Interval is at three seconds. Duration, 20 minutes. That's going to give us a 13 2nd time lapse. Okay, so last thing we need to do, make sure we have not Badri. I have 63% and on my mobile device, I hope I have enough. Make sure you have enough on your mobile device so you can monitor and then last thing in a Jewess press start Once the time lapse is happening, you can monitor the actual progress off the time lapse. Okay, so the time lapse is underway. So what we're looking at is the actual duration. I said it a 20 minutes, so I can see it's counting down 19 minutes, 27 seconds, and I just lost the signal to the up its back. But it can tell you the interval is over here in the bottom right hand corner. So every three seconds you can see the photo that it's taking. Excellent. So from here, you can just go about your business. You probably want to keep an eye on the out from time to time just to make sure that it's getting the right exposure. It's still running. You got enough battery and ah, that's about it. So let's see how our time let's does. And, ah, you can go ahead and set yours up. Good luck. Wide awake. But like 10. Fundamental film techniques osmo: in this lesson. We're gonna talk about different filming techniques you can use with the Osmo. So I'm assuming you've already connected to the Osmo and you're in your camera mode. Over here is the deep had It's just like a joystick. You can use it to tilt the camera up and down left and rights. Pretty simple. This one over here is gonna take photos. And that's four video over there. Okay, You'll notice when I record the video, the fan will turn off. So that's pretty nice feature if you have the latest update before the fan used to keep on going even while you're recording video. Okay, so now that you know where some of the controls are, I'm gonna show you some different techniques. So first we're gonna do the pan to do a pan. You just move the joystick just like this left to right. So some advanced tips for doing the pan is toe. Hold it very gently and look at the actual camera. Whiles rotating. You want to rotate? Nice, slow and steady. Not too fast and jerky. Okay. The tilt shot, you do the up. It's a down action or down two up. Same thing. Look at the counter to make sure it's going steady. All right, So you have new to new shots to your arsenal. Not going to teach you the side sweep, so pretty simple. Just moved the camera left to right. Okay. And cream shot is up, and then you go low. Now, notice. Even if you turn the handle down, the camera will make the adjustments, or the game will mind you. But the cream shot, what I like to do is I'll put it in this position. I'll just do a steady movement, talk to bottom, and then sometimes I'll press this joystick over here. This joystick will lock the camera on a target. So for a crane shot, I might start filming. And then once I've got a target halfway, I'll hold down the joystick just to lock it on. So even while the osmo is going very low, the camera's gonna lock onto the target top to bottom. And then, as is going low, I'm gonna hold down the joystick so the camera will stay on the card it. Okay, so let's do the pan again. So remember the pan. We're gonna hold on to the joystick. Left to right. Slow and steady. Okay, Will do. Tilt top to bottom. All right, So why don't you go ahead and practice that and then when we come back, I'll cover some or advanced techniques you can use to film. 11. OSMO advanced filming techniques: I gonna demo the flash like ninja walk techniques. So you want to use this technique if you're gonna be walking and he wants video, so some keys to the second is to hold it like flashlights. And then if you have your smartphone here, you can use your other hand balance and hold smartphone while you walk and lasting is to click twice on the trigger to make sure the cameras on board it was dried up. Okay, so that's the wall clocks technique. One other key is when you're implying, cushion your steps. So you're not balancing up down so much. Walk slowly on steadily for the other technique I'm gonna show you is low angle technique. So there's two ways you can do this and encouraging experiments to see what works is more than one way. If you could just hold the also like this and then double click so the camera faces up okay , just like that, and then I'll demo all this work so again, when you want Christian your steps, we don't bounce, and there's one other way to do this. Maybe it's going to go from low to high. Hold it like this double click, and then, as you go up to get down on the trailer so you log on your target fried again. Double click. So it's facing for. And as you're going up, hold on the trigger right about now so that the counter staying focused straight ahead even know you're going from so something for techniques you can use for the Oslo again to walk flush like technique and the for bull angle from words. 12. OSMO HOW TO EDIT OSMO FOOTAGE: Hi. And this lesson we're gonna talk about. What are you gonna do with that footage? What is the next step? You know how to take great photos and videos with OSB. Oh, now what do you do with it? So the first part of this is editing from your phone? Second part is editing from your computer, and the third part is the business side. If you want to monetize, learn how to monetize on your footage, I'll talk about that more in depth. But first, let's talk about just editing. If you set cashing on your mobile device, you can actually get the photos and videos straight from your smartphone or mobile device, so you get instant gratification. This is good if you just want no hassles and you want to be able to share your video clips or for those quickly on social media or Facebook. I like to do this. Just do a quick share on Facebook or Instagram, and the quality is not gonna be is good, but it's just right there on your phone. If you want to do a quick video edit, you can get software right on your smartphone. I know my movie is compatible with IOS, so I can actually do, and it's using not software. Or there's another software called Viva Video, which is compatible with Androids that can do quick video edit using the cash video, and that allows you to create something quickly when you have some spare time and just get it out there quickly. Now, the second part is, if you want to edit on your computer specifically four K video footage, I'm gonna give you some tips for first timers editing four K video. Four K video files are gonna be a lot larger, so they're gonna make your computer work harder. It's going to take longer to export those video files, and it's going to take longer to upload those video files. Okay, the set up, I recommend, is having a computer with a lot of memory and video adding software that can support four K video. So I like to use final cut Pro X on a Mac wit pro with 16 gigabytes of Ram. I think you can get away with eight gigabytes of RAM and using my movie, which is the free video adding software for Max. But I like to use final cut pro acts because I do professional stuff like multi camera angles and just so happens that it also supports four K video as well. But if you're just doing simple four K videos, no multi cam or sinking than I movies find for editing four K videos. I'm gonna have another lesson where I'm actually gonna edit video in I movie using four K osmo foot. It's just to show you how to take that next step. Okay. And then the next last thing, we're also gonna talk about how we can monetize the footage. 13. HOW TO monetize your OSMO FOOTAGE: hi. So earlier I mentioned that I monetize my footage. So the types of footage I monetize our travel, lifestyle, food or sometimes even shoot video footage off models. They could be working on a laptop that could be eating or doing sports and some of the cameras I used before to do this Where my sl ours they film HD and I've used cameras like Phantom three Professional Drone to do four K aerials. And now I'm starting to use the DEA Osmo because it conduce smooth, stabilize four K video shots and the advantage off four K video is that it's future proof her perhaps the next 5 to 10 years. And in the stock footage world, you can actually sell four K video clips for more than HD video clips. Just to give you an idea on stock footage. Agencies. You can sell HD video clips for about 60 to 80 U. S. Dollars and four K video clips from 125 to 199 us. Keeping in mind that the stock footage agency is gonna take about 50 to 70% of that amount . So a little bit more about stock footage So basically, the idea is that you're creating stock videos that another business could download and use into their projects. So these projects may be establishing shots for movies. Maybe it's the first shot of a movie, and they want a four K aerial off the city. Or maybe either doing some movie that needs some B roll and they need a shot off a person working on a laptop. So that's essentially what stock footage is used for my customers. And the beauty off this business model is, it could really be done from anywhere. And it gives you a lot of freedom. So the freedom has given me is time and location freedom. I could do this from Thailand. I could do it on my own schedule, and I can create video clips you only limited by your creativity. So I'm gonna give you a couple of more bonus lessons if you're interested in learning more about the stock footage. Business model. Uh, it's really been great for me. It's online passive revenue stream that covers my living over here and deejay Osmo. It just so happens to film great four K videos. And although the also doesn't shoot good audio. That doesn't matter, because most of the stock I sell is just video content, so that makes it a great fit.