2022 GOPRO 9 to 11 - FULL POTENTIAL - BEGINNER TO ADVANCED | Greg Hung | Skillshare

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21 Lessons (2h 13m)
    • 1. Gopro intro 2022

    • 2. Gopro 9 accessories and included package

    • 3. Connecting Gopro 10 to the Quik Appb

    • 4. Gopro 10 2 Intro to Gopro 10 features

    • 5. Gopro 10 Gopro Photo Features

    • 6. Gopro 10 Timelapse and Timewarp

    • 7. Gopro 10 gopro video overview edit

    • 8. Gopro 9 & 10 Webcam

    • 9. Using the Gopro Voice Activation

    • 10. Gopro 10 Filming in the field

    • 11. Gopro 10 Post Production Gear Intro

    • 12. Gopro 10 where to find footageb

    • 13. Gopro Premiere Edit for Skillshareb

    • 14. Gopro 10 Stock footage business model b

    • 15. Gopro 10 Intro to NFT's Goprob

    • 16. Gopro 10 creating the gopro bacalar nft using Final Cut Pro

    • 17. Gopro 10 summary

    • 18. BONUS: Intro to Gopro 11

    • 19. BONUS: Gopro Comparison Feature 11-9 Comparison

    • 20. BONUS: Gopro 11 design & Review After 1 Month of Daily Use Traveling

    • 21. BONUS: Intro to 8:7 Aspect Ration Editing in Premiere Pro

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About This Class

Gopro continues to take things to the next level especially with the 9,10 , & 11 models Featuring Hypersmooth 4.0 Technology, which eliminates the need for a gimbal. Canadian Travel Videographer Greg Hung has filmed with Gopro’s since the Hero 2 and continues to offer a wealth of experience filming, editing, and monetizing with these amazing action cameras.

Our Course is filmed in the backdrop of beautiful Mexico and Vancouver Canada in different use case scenario's from filming underwater in turquoise blue oceans to even using your Gopro as a Webcam for Zoom Calls.

We will share how to get the most out of your Gopro 10 sharing techniques used to film in different scenarios. You will get an in depth guide using the Gopro’s improved touch menu as well as the app and even venture into App & Post Production Editing in Final Cut Pro & Adobe Premiere Pro.

Our courses offer more than just creation techniques. We know that post-production, publishing, licensing, and minting the Gopro Footage to the blockchain complete the lifecycle of your Footage to give it maximum value.

We are going to supply you with relevant project footage from the Maldives and Vancouver to practice your editing. The Project footage is a mix of 4K and HD footage shot at high frame rates with Gopro’s, drones, and the well respected Panasonic GH5 professional camera. You’re going to learn how you take your amazing video and publish it to youtube.

As a bonus We will introduce you to how you can start monetizing your Gopro footage online to earn a passive income with the stock footage business model.

Finally, as a cutting edge course we will also share how one can use their Gopro media to mint a non fungible tokens (NFT's) using Cryptocurrency on the Opensea Marketplace.

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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. Gopro intro 2022: Hi, what's up, everyone, My name is Greg Kong. Welcome to the GoPro 2022 course. This course is going to cover the GoPro 910 cameras that have improved a lot since GoPro aid. I'm talking about the stabilization in this camera. You can essentially walk around with this and even run with it and get stabilize footage. The audio has improved immensely to the point where you can just use the GoPro out of the box for vlogging and most scenarios. But there are options to upgrade your GoPro using different accessories, like the media mod that allow you to attach professional lighting. And Mike's to really make this a professional blogging machine. So we're going to cover how we can set this up, the different scenarios that you can put your GoPro in, which accessories allied to maximize the potential. And we're going to look at the different features of the GoPro, including my favorite, the time warp mode, the time-lapse mode. And then in the video we're going to jump into different resolutions, like for k 60, even ten ADP, 120th frames. And then we're going to look at the photo modes and learn how to maximize the most out of the GoPro. This is actually a GoPro photo I got from beautiful flier law calm in Mexico. So I've taken this GoPro to exotic destinations. It's been battle tested in so notice in the ocean and the beach. And you're going to benefit because I'm going to offer my GoPro footage as practiced footage for you as you go through this course. In addition, we're going to learn post-production. How do we take the GoPro footage from this camera and release, unshare it using the GoPro really quickly from your smartphone. And then I'm also going to show you how you can take a professional video using Final Cut Pro on your computer. I'm going to share my behind the scenes workflow. As a bonus, I'm going to share two different ways you can monetize on your GoPro footage. The first way is the stock, which business model? By licensing out your footage shot on the GoPro, which I've done in the past. And then a more innovative approach using cryptocurrency and NOTs, non-fungible tokens. So I look forward to seeing you on the inside. 2. Gopro 9 accessories and included package: Okay, in this video, I'm going to talk quickly about what comes with the GoPro package and some essential accessories to get you started creating amazing videos with your GoPro really quickly. So I got the GoPro nine combo package. The package is similar, but depending on when you got your GoPro, you may get some extras like an extra battery, getting a case, or getting one of these accessories which she can take an waters the floaty, and you can connect your GoPro to this. This is useful if you're going in the ocean and you don't want to risk dropping your GoPro to the ocean floor. But by itself, the GoPro is pretty good. You can actually take this underwater. But if you're going to take a pretty deep, I recommend getting the water housing for your GoPro, but make it go pro, you can still take underwater. The audio has improved a lot. Now the first accessory that I bought is called a smart tree tripod adapter. And this is a very simple adapter. You can get it from Amazon. But it's probably my most use accessory with the GoPro because you can just connect any type of tripod with this thread over here. So I purchased this Manfrotto tripod for above $50 from Amazon. And this tripod adapter was ten to $15. So not too pricey. And you can see it on screws over here, and you can just attach it to the GoPro. And once you've connected to the tripods, I would say that's good enough for most situations because you can just leave it standing or you can hold the tripod. It gives you a little bit extra reach. But where it's really useful is if you want to take photos and you wanna be in it, you can use voice activation, which is really useful. You can tell GoPro, GoPro take a photo or ok, GoPro take a time-lapse. And the tripod allows you to do that. My other favorite accessory is the metallic clamp. And that's useful if you want to do things like attach it to any metallic surface. You can even attach it to a golf bag. I've attached it to the dashboard of a car if you want to get a POV point of view type of video while you're driving the car. So those are some of the accessories that do come with the GoPro. Now, there are some additional accessories like the media mod, which enhance the GoPro body. It goes over the GoPro and it adds attachments. For a microphone. You can get additional hot shoe mount so you can attach a light, you can attach a shotgun mic to the GoPro to make this camera a lot more powerful. So I hope that gives you a better idea of what comes with the GoPro as well as some essential accessories that will allow you to get the most out of your camera. 3. Connecting Gopro 10 to the Quik Appb: In this lesson, I'm going to help you connect your GoPro to your phone using the Quick App. Some advantages of this are just ease of use. You can control your GoPro with your phone. You can view media, as well as configuring the auto upload to the GoPro Cloud. So let's get started. You will need your GoPro and you'll need to turn it on. So go per nine, just hold down the power on the left-hand side. Okay, mine is already on. And then on your phone, download the Quick App QU IK. And this is a free download. So once you download the app, you want to go to the cameras setting on the top right, this is right in the app. So tap that. And then search for your model of GoPro, whether it's GoPro nine, GoPro ten, and then go ahead and select that. Okay, once you've done that, now you can go on your GoPro and you can swipe down like so. And then you want to swipe to the left and select connections. Once you have connections, you want to go to Connect device and select the Quick App. Alright? And then your quick app, we'll go ahead and search for your GoPro, and then it will make the connection. So like I mentioned before, some advantages of connecting your phone to the GoPro via the quick app. It'll just give you more control and allow you to view the media on the GoPro and then just do things like quick downloads. And also allow you to configure things like cloud uploads or even going live to do live stream. One more thing I wanted to mention. Occasionally GoPro will update the software. So when you're going through this process, if you haven't already, it will ask you to update the software and this may take some time. So just budget enough time if you're going to be going through this process. And hopefully this video helps you out connect your GoPro to your phone. 4. Gopro 10 2 Intro to Gopro 10 features: Okay, now we've completed section one. We've learned about the design of the GoPro, the different accessories. And now it's time to learn about the heart of the GoPro ten. That is the menu that you can now control from the back of the GoPro ten, you can access your video, your photo, and your time-lapse modes, which are your three main modes that you're gonna be using to choose the type of footage that you're gonna be going into. We have our shortcut menus. We also can swipe down to bring up a quick menu to do things like control the voice, control, the quick capture, and beeping. And then we can swipe right to access our connections, to connect to the GoPro quick app. We can also go over to our preferences that's similar to our settings. If we want to do things like format or card, we want to control the voice control. We want to see all the different commands. And we can also format our SD card. So that is the menu of the GoPro. So we're gonna go deep into it in the next upcoming lesson. We also have the GoPro quick app. And this is a download for your phone for Android or Apple. And you can control your GoPro through this app. And it's gonna be very similar to the menu that you see on the back of the GoPro ten. Now, because this is just my opinion, because the GoPro ten has a more advanced screen and menu at the back of the GoPro. You don't have to rely on the app as much in previous generations of GoPro because they didn't have this color back touchscreen. But now we can now just use the GoPro quick app. If we want to do things like uploader footage, we want to use the editing tools like mural and studio and access or media if we want to download our footage from the GoPro over to our phone. So let's get started. We're going to learn about GoPro quick, the app. And we're also going to learn about the menu at the back of the GoPro tens. So get ready. I'm excited to share how to get the most out of your GoPro right in here. 5. Gopro 10 Gopro Photo Features: And now we have the GoPro photo mode which you can access by swiping, right? And that's the last of the three modes. So taking a photo, pretty much it is what it is. It's a photo and there's different types of photos that are available in the presets on the menu that will look into. So we've got the regular traditional photo. We have the burst and the live births, and we have the night photo. If you want to take an amazing photo, Let's just say it's full moon. Or maybe there's a star and you want to capture that light trail while you're taking a photo with the GoPro, we're going to dive into the menu to learn more about the different settings that we can set up to get amazing photos with the GoPro ten, it's time to look at the photo feature so you can access this from the very right. We keep swiping, right? You can access the photo mode. You can see that we have some shortcuts available to us. At the bottom, this access says the different photo presets, just like the other modes. And we can access the timer, which can be useful to say if you're doing a group photo and you want to be in it, you can just set the 10 second timer, three seconds, or you can even turn it off. Another practical tip is you can turn on voice activation and tell GoPro to take a photo. And it just took a photo right there, because that is the command. If you have voice activation on which you can quickly turn on by swiping down and then just making sure that icon is on. Okay. So just enabled it, it's blue if it's enabled. Now the bottom-left, you can access the different focal length. So narrow is the closest. We have linear, which is in the middle and wide, which is our widest settings. So you get the picture into your frame. On the wide setting. Over here, we have different photo quality. So super photo, it's going to capture more information than we've got our HDR. So that's going to take several different photos at different exposures and putting that into a photo with the best look. Then we also have our regular photo. So we have our standard photo. Then we have Raul, which is going to have the most information and it's gonna give us a really large file. So if we select role. So again, we looked at the different shortcuts settings. Now let's go into the different presets. Okay, we're going to briefly go over each of the different presets. So your traditional photo, you can go in here, you can change the outputs if you want Ra, which will give you a lot of information and save your photos as JPEG and GPR files. And you can see here HDR, it'll capture numerous photos for use in high-contrast situations. We have our super photo, which will give you the best image processing for your shot. And then we got standard which will create JPEG files. Schedule capture may be good if you want to schedule the GoPro to take a photo. I think more useful in a night situation if you're waiting for a certain moments and you can change the lens focal length if you want to go closer or wider. You've got a timer. And you can change any of these settings. You can change your color profile to vibrance, or you can just do it standard or flat. And that is pretty much it. I usually do. We'll just go with the standard settings on a photo. A live births will take a lot of photos and put it into a usable video. So let's go into live births. So you can pretty much just schedule the capture. And I've taken a live birth to show you. Now we've got the traditional burst, which will take a lot of photos in a short period of time. So you can see here one of the settings for burst is their birth rates on auto setting, it'll capture 25 photos in 1 second. But if we bring it up even higher, you can capture 30 photos in the 10 second verse. Different settings there. Let's go over to the burst so you can actually see what the menu is like. So you can basically you can schedule the capture or set a timer. And then you just press the record button. I'm going to show you what that looks like. This is the bursts here you can see I've got 25 photos and it's going through the different ones frame-by-frame. You see nine hundred twenty-five. Twenty-five. And I can go and use the slider to access the different photos. Okay, so good for capturing fast action like sports. And this is the live births, so it's more like a video, but it's also capturing these, these photos over here. Then the last one we'll cover is our night photo. Okay, so let's scroll down. For a night photo. For taking photos at night, maybe it's moonlight or maybe it's a nice city, skyline and nighttime. So as I mentioned, you can actually schedule the capture. I think this would be good if you want to plant your GoPro on a tripod. But you don't want to sit there all night long. Or maybe you've got something else to do. You can schedule it to take that photo. But let's just say if you want to capture a sunset, I would rather use a time-lapse to capture that. So those are different photo settings available to us in the photo mode. And again, feel free to experiment with any of these. And if at anytime you want to go back to the preset, you can always scroll down and select restore. So that goes for any of these modes as we wrap up this preset sections. So we cover photo, we cover video, we covered time-lapse mode, and you've got your presets. For each of these three modes. You've gotten your shortcuts available on the sides, which you can always adjust. And you can always change any of these presets. And you can always restore them at the very bottom. 6. Gopro 10 Timelapse and Timewarp: Okay, it's time to look at the time-lapse and time warp settings. So make sure you're on time-lapse mode. So by default, we can click our shortcut to zoom in. A bit tough to tap it. Sometimes. We, if we click this shortcut, we can select the field of view for our time-lapse. Okay, so looking at the time-lapse, we can select our different presets. So time warp, as I spoke about, It's the moving time-lapse. And then we have our traditional time-lapse and our R Knight labs. So these three presets. So if we hit the pencil, we can select the resolution, we can select the focal length lens type. So I think it's nice to have a linear setting with some horizon leveling will try that out in the field. Now with any of these videos or photos or Time Warp, we have the schedule capture. If we do want to schedule something, I don't wanna do that right now, but that is one of the options that is available with GoPro ten. So also available in the time warp. We can select the duration, but normally I'll just leave that at no limit. Protein. I'll just select everything unnatural because I'll do my coloring in post-production. For a time warp. We can select that. And we always have the option to change our focal length with our shortcuts. Now, to start the time warp, we select record. So usually in the field, I would be walking and you see the timer at the very top. This is how much actual time warp footage you actually have. So it'll take quite awhile to even get 1 second of footage. But let's just say that you're out in the field, you are recording a time warp and you want to slow it down to real speeds. So then you would select Start, and then the blue button will go on. So now it's at real speed here. So I could actually talk to the camera here. You can see that the elapsed time recording time is now showing nine seconds because we're unreal time. If we want to slow things down, click Stop, and now we're back in the time warp. You can see the red light, red dot flashing, which means that we're still recording. So that's how we can set up the time warp for the time lapse. Or the knight Labs. Let's go into the knight Labs. Let's just click the different settings on the pencil so we can select the resolution, the format. So we can even take photos, but it's nicer if they actually create the video for us so it's usable and can be put into a video along with their other video clips. Then change the focal length of our time-lapse. I usually like a wide setting so we can capture more scenery. But up to you, you can change it to linear if you want to crop in a bit. So to set off or start a time-lapse, we're going to hit Record. And for best results, it's good if you leave it on a tripod. And just like a time warp, you can see this recording, recording time at the very top in the red. You can see it takes a while to get 1 second of usable video footage. So usually for a time-lapse, I'm doing it anywhere from ten to 15 minutes until I get at least 20 seconds of usable footage. We're going to stop our time-lapse. That's basically how we can pull off the time-lapse and the time warp. And these things will make more sense where in the field. 7. Gopro 10 gopro video overview edit: When it comes to creating amazing video with the GoPro, it's important for you to know about certain settings in the video that you can change. So we're gonna be looking at the video resolution, so different resolutions that you can choose from our full HD for K, five K resolution. Now, with the GoPro and closely related to that is the frame rate. Frame rates. That is 30 frames per second, is more suited towards talking head videos or vlogs, or you don't need to do slow motion. Now if you wanted to do buttery smooth slow motion, you want to select a higher frame rate, like a 120 frames per second or 240 frames per second. And that's going to allow you to do things like speed ramping if you want to speed things up and then slow down and make it look super smooth. We're actually going to look at that technique in the post-production section. So that's closely related to higher frame rates. There's also different video settings like the bit rates. So a higher bit rate is going to give you higher quality. Especially if you're looking at 2.7 k resolution and above, you can access those higher bit rates, but they're gonna give you larger files. So that is the trade-off. When it comes to hyper smooth. Hyper smooth for is the maximum video stabilization that GoPro can offer. But the trade-off is it's going to use up more battery life and it's going to crop in your image a little bit more so you won't be able to get as wide of a shot. You can also dial it down to Hyper smooth standard, which gives you reduce video stabilization, but it's still stable. But you get the benefit of increased battery life. And then we have our land settings. So we've got superview, which gives us 16 millimeters, which is a very wide setting, allows you to capture a lot of image in your picture. And then we can go down to a wide setting which is a little bit closer. We got linear. But if you go down to the next setting, you can get linear and the horizon leveling. So that can be pretty good if you're going for a different look. That concludes our GoPro video modes overview for the GoPro ten. In the next lesson, we're going to actually go step-by-step on the video Modes menu screen. In the next lesson. 8. Gopro 9 & 10 Webcam: One of the coolest features of the GoPro that not many people are aware of is that you can use it as a web cam. So this is definitely supportive for GoPro 910. And all you need to do is to download the GoPro webcam software from the website. You need to use the provided cables. So in my case, I'm using USB-C to the GoPro, to USB-A to the dongle. And then the dongle connects to my MacBook Pro. If you're using Windows laptop, maybe you don't even need a dongle. Why this is useful is that your GoPro camera be better or it may offer a better focal length than the default or the factory webcam. And I really liked the wide angle look that the GoPro nine provides scope. Proton offers the same. This is really good for capturing the entire room. If it's a pretty small room, it just gives it the feeling that it's more spacious than it really is. Now, the built-in mic on the GoPro 910, It's not bad. But what I've been experimenting with is using it in a live stream setup. So I like to use stream yard for my live streaming. And I'll use a third party might like a Yeti Nano, which is a USB mic. So I'll use that for the audio. And then I'll use the GoPro for my video. And that allows me to capture a very custom look live stream. It's not going to look as generic as some of these Zoom or Microsoft Team meeting calls where people are just using their built-in laptop webcam or maybe one of those Logitech webcams. The GoPro camera does offer more than your standard laptop webcam. So hopefully this gives you some ideas of how else you can use your GoPro and how versatile it actually is. So just to summarize what you will need for the setup, you'll need the GoPro webcam software. You'll need the cable. And if you want to use it with live stream software, I use stream Yard and I use the Yeti Nano microphone. So I do actually have a YouTube channel and I've started to live stream with this setup. If you want to hear the sample video and audio from this type of setup. 9. Using the Gopro Voice Activation: One of the most useful features of the GoPro, other than the webcam feature, other than the GoPro Cloud Storage, it's the voice activation feature. And having used this in real situations, I can tell you it's good because it's hands-free. So I've used this whether I'm driving and I have the GoPro setup and I just want to have it start recording or change modes. So let me show you how it actually use it. So if I was driving and I didn't want to fumble around with the buttons, I would tell. Okay, Go Pro time-lapse mode. And when I hear that beep, I know that it's in. Now after I switch and time-lapse mode, I want to start a time-lapse, so I would say, okay, GoPro started time-lapse. Ok. Gopro stop time-lapse. Okay. Go Pro photo mode. Okay. Gopro. Take a photo. Okay, GoPro take a photo. So you can see that it's pretty useful for any type of situation where you wanted to activate or switch modes or start recording or start to take a photo, even though it's, you're not using your hands or it's a little bit further away, as long as the GoPro can pick up your voice, you can activate it. So I would go to the website just to review some of the voice commands and just get used to practicing some of the voice commands that you can actually use. Because I guarantee you if you're in the ocean or you've got your hands tied up and you're traveling or yours in some adventure situation, the voice activation is a very useful feature. Gopro, turn off. 10. Gopro 10 Filming in the field: Alright, welcome to the beach. So I've finished shooting the time or with the GoPro. I shot some HER photos. So there's a lot going on here. I think we have an opportunity to do some super slow-mo of the seagulls. And then I'm going to plant this camera and set it up for a forte time-lapse. So I'm just gonna go over to the video section. And I'm going to select ultra slow-mo, 120 frames per second. Let's see what we can get here. I'd like to, personally, I like to film the GoPro on the stick. Gives me a little bit more range. We've got a wide shot of the seagulls here. So it's pretty straightforward to actually form with a GoPro or you just want to make sure that the lens is clean and that you have good lighting. So it's actually, it's about just pass five PM, so the lighting is pretty good right now. Okay. And now I'm going to adjust the settings. I want to try closer, so I'm going to edit the the presets. And then I'm going to change the lens setting to linear and horizon leveling. Okay? So I think I got some good stuff. So we can even go to the preset and we can change it to a higher frame rate. I'm going to try that. So we'll do 2.7 K at 240 frames per second. Excuse the noise or the southern here in the field. But we want to make sure that we have a good amount of light. If we're gonna be filming with the higher frame rate. It's good to review the footage. I can swipe up. And actually on the GoPro, there's an icon there to turn slow-mo on. So I can actually review my footage. In slow-mo. It's always best to look at it on the computer. I think I have a good angle here. I've got the GoPro planted on the tripod, so I'm going to try do some different photos, some HDR while on the tripod, just facing towards the side with the actual sunset. While I'm taking the photos, I want to try different focal lengths. So I've got an HDR photo there. Let's try this, get a super photo. And then we'll change the lens, will change it, to change it to linear. Let's try that. There we go. Let's do the same thing pointing over there. So we're gonna do in narrow point of view now. We can even turn on the voice activation and tell GoPro take a photo. Okay, Go Pro take a photo. I can even do it. I can do a selfie. See I can set up the GoPro like this. Okay. Go Pro take a selfie. Okay, pro, pro take a photo. Okay, GoPro take a photo. Alright, now we got our photos and I think Let's get some video footage and then I'm going to set it up for a time-lapse. For the video. I'm looking around the scene and I want to do five K. I really want to get the best quality. And if we do why it might be too much of a fisheye back. So I'm going to try the linear 19 to 39. And I'll Linear plus horizon leveling. Okay, and then just hit record just like this. I'm actually tilting it. Alright, I'm trying different things. So I'm going to try GoPro on the tripod doing the video. But I'm going to try to get the most cropped in angle. So that's the narrow view. So I hit record filming that way. Alright, now I'm going to set it up for a time lots facing this way and then that way. So let's get around to doing that. So I'm going to switch to time-lapse mode. I'm going to change the preset to a time-lapse. Let me just take a look at the presets here. I'm going to do a wide time-lapse, 0.5 seconds and duration. We'll just do it for five-minutes, which should give us 20 seconds of usable footage. Just want to frame this. Okay. Press Record. Now the timer is underway. I'm going to let it let it run for a five-minutes while enjoy some beer. Okay. So I've hope you've enjoyed coming out to the field with me to see how I use the GoPro to actually pull off some shots. We've done some timelapse, time-lapse of those. We've got some photos and some videos, time warp. So a lot of the features that we've learned in the course. 11. Gopro 10 Post Production Gear Intro: Hey guys, So where are about to begin the post-production in Adobe Premiere? So I'm going to just give you some of the tools and gear on my setup for video editing to help give you an idea of how you can set up your video editing workspace. So for software, I use Adobe Premiere, so that's a paid subscription service. So I'll just put the price on the screen if you decide to choose that and that software you can use for Windows or Mac. So I use a Windows laptop with 16 gigabytes of RAM. And for footage, store them on external hard drives. Ideally you want an SSD hard drive or you want to install it on your internal hard drive for best performance. If you need to store your footage for long-term storage, you can use cheaper storage like external USB three. In 2021, the prices of external USB three storage have come down. So other accessories that help with video editing include the monitor. I like to use a mouse. If I'm editing on a Mac, I like to use a wireless magic mouse, but this is my wired Windows mouse. That's ambidextrous, so I can edit on my left hand, on my right hand. I like to use a mouse pad, especially if you have a glass table that really helps. And before I start editing, I like to make sure I've got all the music that I'm gonna be using, any type of bureau or stock footage, which we spoke about in the other lesson. Then you got to have all your footage in one location. And then we'll jump into Adobe Premiere and I'll show you how we can import that footage into the program. 12. Gopro 10 where to find footageb: Okay, so we're going to talk about where can you find video, audio, we're talking music, sound effects. Maybe it's additional footage like drone footage, or maybe it's a particular shot of a travel destination that you didn't have a chance to get. Or maybe it's a different type of shot that the GoPro can't shoot. Where can you find stock footage? That's what we call a stock footage or B-roll, additional footage that you can incorporate into your video projects to help you complete that story. Or maybe it's a commercial project and you need that drone shot to complement the GoPro footage. Maybe you've got some underwater footage or GoPro, but you need a drone shot or irregular shot on a bigger camera. Maybe it's in for K slow motion That's just has a different look than the GoPro camera. So I would recommend story blocks. That's a site that I use. Now they charge around 30 us a month. They give you access to a pretty deep library of photos, videos, as well as music, and that's why I like them. They are really good value. So she gets soundtracks and you can use for your YouTube channel. You've got music that you could use for commercial projects. And you can also search for those things like I mentioned, establishing shots for drones and photos, etc. And in my opinion, if you're trying to give a really complete story, let's just say a travel video are the destination. And let's just say you only have a GoPro. You can really compliment your video with other types of shots. And one of the benefits of having the subscription is they've got such a huge deep libraries so can save you time from getting those shots yourself, even if you do have that camera. Let's just say you're in San Francisco and you're creating a video of the United States and you need a shot from New York. So you can get a shot of New York of the Statue of Liberty from story blocks, a sidelight story blocks that will just save you some time. Now, story blocks is not the only place you can get stock footage. There are sites like artless that Elijah just get music or Epidemic Sound. Now personally, I don't use them. I use story blocks. So I hope this gives you some ideas of where you can get your stock footage for a really good value. There are other companies like pawn five and Shutterstock, that you can get a single clip, but those can be a little bit pricey. But on the flip side, you're going to learn how you can license footage, selling your footage on syslog pawn five, and Shutterstock if you want to learn how to monetize your GoPro footage. So stay tuned for the next lesson. 13. Gopro Premiere Edit for Skillshareb: Greg Hong here and we're going to learn how to create a very basic video in Adobe Premiere with our GoPro footage. So the first thing you would need to do is to create a new project. So you can select, Create New, and then just select the name of the project and go with the default locations. I've already created one called GoPro course. So we're going to open it up here. And you're gonna be faced with all these windows. So I'm not going to explain every single detail, we're just going to dive straight into it. So the window you want to focus on is this area where you can import your media. So I'm going to double-click here. I'm going to find my GoPro footage. I'm just going to focus on the videos here. We can select command. If you're on a Mac. Now I'll tell you what, let's just select everything. Command a important. But I'm not going to use everything. Then. What I suggest is finding some music. I get mine from story blocks. So they're a paid service or you can get free music from YouTube. But the music's can be better if you use a paid service. Now what you could do is organize the music better or create a separate folder. Okay, so I've just dragged and dropped my music in there so we can create a bend music. I'm just going to drag it in here. Alright, so next decision we need to make is create a sequence. So click File, New Sequence. We're just going to select a full HD project under the digital SLR. I'm going to select ten ADP, Twenty-four frames per second. I'll just call this HD and then we'll hit Okay, project here. I'm going to start off with some drone footage. And you're probably thinking, Greg, This isn't GoPro footage. But one of the tips I'll give you when you're creating a travel video for YouTube is to use different cameras if you have access to them, use different footage from them, especially drone footage and adds production value, different types of angles that a GoPro just can take. So I'm going to use AI to select the starting point O. So I double-click on the footage and then it automatically previews in the source window to drag just the video we're going to mouse over here and then just drag it in. And I'm going to keep the existing settings. Namely notice it's a bit cropped in because it's four K video and an HD project. I don't wanna get too much into this, but by using four k videos in HD project, you have this ability to zoom out and zoom in. So there's a little tip. Okay, and then I'm just going to select this portion of the clip because this is actually this drone clip is actually related to the GoPro footage rooftop party in Mexico. K. So I'm just going to select scale to frame size. So it crops out. If we go to the Effects panel, we can use some basic transitions. Cross dissolve is the most popular. Then I'm going to use a zoom one. After I select the next clip. Important to save once in a while. So you don't lose all your work. Okay. I and o to select the parts that you want. So I'm going to drag that in there. Then because it's four K video in HD project, I'm going to select Scale to Frame Size. And I'm going to use a cross zoom transition. To go from drone to the ground. There we go. This is a bit more advanced, but we can go to Shift F5 to our effect controls. And then we're going to zoom in using a technique I use coal keyframing. So we can click the clock there. And then as we progress on this clip, I'm going to click that frame there. We're going to zoom in 175 per cent. So watch how that works. So this is another advanced technique to get more out of your four k time lapses on your GoPro. Okay, One thing I wanted to start laying down is the music. I liked the song fits the vibe. Okay, so we're gonna go with this clip. I'm going to the a trucks are for audio, the V trucks or for video. Okay? And timing is also important. As a B changes there, I want to select another key clips so we can actually switch from lists to Icon view. That's a nice moment there. I'm probably laid down after. Let's get another time-lapse. There we go. I know we're going to select that clip. Okay. So I laid this top over. It functions as a transition and also B-roll. B-roll is good for, It's good for hiding certain scenes and also smoothens and transition. Okay. I wanted to see if I can get another dancing club. Okay. 0732. So if I'm looking for related clips, especially if you've got a lot of these, you can just filter filter the clips that just helps you find it easier. Yeah. One of the best parts. So I'm going to I'm going to trim the clip just so we get the parts you want. Okay, great. Let's get different scenes now. Let's un-filter. We want to make this maybe just one or two minute video. So I'm just going through the clips here so we can find another another scene to the world. Okay. We got another scene there, 71711. See I do that. Yes. I know my friend doesn't like being shown. Okay. And then we'll just end it with one more scene. This wasn't another day. This one was 10755. Actually, the music's pretty relevant. Okay. That's a nice scene there. Okay. Out of Wipe transition. Okay. My friend in there. So you're gonna miss the tonic boss though. Yeah, I also like that message. Can you maybe just one or two more scenes? Yeah. Okay. So ended off like this. Remember, right-click scale to frame size. I'll use that technique again. Shift F5, we'll hit scale. Then we're going to advance the playhead. Add a frame, and then we're going to zoom in. Maybe 65 per cent. Vasco? Yeah. Like that's my scene. Okay, so we're going to add this clip. So we cut using C. We can actually select it using v. What I'm gonna do now is I'm going to select one of the essential some presets. So it's going to duck. Duck means it's going to make the music softer so we can hear the audio. So let's check it out. Okay, and I'm sure you see two effects. We can use these to smooth in or fade out. So I use Exponential Fade. And then we'll just end it on that last clip there. Okay, and then we'll fade out the audio clip. Then to fade out a video clip, you do dip to black. So I just know these effects because of use Premiere, put in so many hours. Usually you want the audio track to be a bit longer. And save, and then we'll add a title. And then that's our short video projects. That's how we can put together a video using GoPro footage. In. I think we didn't take too long. Goodbye for now. There we go. I'll select to get a YouTube thumbnail. So I like that scale to frame size. Now that was already zoomed out. There we go. We got thumbnail. Now we can press Tilda to zoom out on the entire project. So I like to do this just to see the entire project. Then we can press Tilda again, just to the left or the one key. I'm going to save. And then we're just going to play, play this back. See if I need to make any changes. Make it a bit softer. Okay. If you just to minor changes. I want to add that dark against everything to hear the audio better. Then I want to add a transition. In this scene. I'd like to zoom in a bit more. 140. There we go. Minute-and-a-half and we're going to save, we're going to exports. So depending on what your goal for the video is, you may want to upload it to Cloud Drive the shared with someone because these video files can end up being pretty big. So mine is gonna be a 139 megabytes. I like to use the YouTube presets because mine are for YouTube. Youtube ten ADP, full HD. And a name. Okay, Save from here, you can export it straight. But I prefer to maximum quality cenotes to 20, little bit larger. And I like to queue it up to the Adobe encoder so I can still use my computer even while this file is rendering. So I'm just going to bring the encoder here to show you a different program and we just need to press play to start rendering it. I hope you found that helpful. And hopefully it wasn't too overwhelming and did cover some pretty advanced techniques in here, even though it was a short video. But I'd like to encourage you just to start lay down some clips, add a title, maybe add some transitions. Find some music to add to your video, and then focus on the timing of your clips to the music. Try to tell a story, or at least have the clips in some type of sequential order, not just random. And play it back. It's okay if you don't get the final version ready right away. And remember to fade out the music. Fade to black When you're ending it. And then remember to Export and select the right resolution. So we selected a full HD project, but we used for K footage in this project. So that is our behind the scenes of creating a short simple video in Adobe Premiere, if you want to create something simpler, let's just say 30 seconds or less than a minute just for social media, then you can use the Quick app. The disadvantage of using the Quick app is that it doesn't have different layers. So you can, you can select B-roll. You don't have the ability was much flexibility to use B-Roll. And I believe we can use transitions and it's just easier to add in a larger project here. When you're using the Quick App, you're limited to your phone and you'll probably over time run out of storage. So those are some of the benefits of editing your GoPro project in Premier. And you can also use footage from other cameras like a drone to give it a more diverse field and higher production value. 14. Gopro 10 Stock footage business model b: Okay, we're gonna be talking about how you can monetize on your GoPro footage using a stock footage business model. Now in a previous lesson in the post-production section, I spoke about how a content creator can use a stock footage subscription to use other people's footage for their projects. But in the past, I've actually license video footage shot from different cameras, like a drone and a GoPro. Of course, because the GoPro has its strengths and weaknesses. And what are the strengths of the GoPro has been able to shoot underwater. But as the GoPro has advanced over the different generations, it also has expanded its capabilities. For example, the time warp, the hyper laps, the time-lapse features are getting better, the stabilization is getting better. And these types of shots are in demand by content creators, whether it's YouTubers. I may be media companies that need your footage to complete their video projects, whether it's an ad, maybe it's a commercial for a certain product, or maybe it's a tourism company that needs your amazing travel footage to complete their travel commercial. That's who the clients are that are searching for that type of footage. And so we'll talk about where are some of the places that you can start to sell or license your footage. Now just an introduction to licensing your footage. When you do license your footage, one of the great benefits is you can choose to be exclusive on one platform, or you can be non-exclusive, which is the route that I've chosen, where you can put your GoPro footage or your clip on many different agencies. So let's just say you take an amazing underwater shot of your GoPro in for K resolution, you can put that same clip on numerous different platforms and you can monetize on it as many times as customers downloaded on as many platforms as you want. In fact, you can also license your footage directly, which is what I've done in the past. So let's talk about where are some of the agencies that you can license your footage? The first one I would talk about is pawn five. They've been good to me in the past. They have gotten me sales. They are an easy platform to work with, and I think they're fair to the artists. Another platform you can look at is Adobe Stock. Adobe is fairly new to the licensing footage game. But there's such a huge ecosystem and part of the Creative Suite that they have that I don't think any one looking to seriously licensor footage can ignore. So Adobe Stock as our second one. Now there is a another large agency called Shutterstock, which I personally use a use a lot. They still do get me some sales, but over the years, especially in the past few years, were late 2021 now, Shutter stock has started to treat the artist's a bit more unfairly taking away some of their percentages and just making it a little bit harder for a new artists to make some good income with that platform. I go into more into that in my stock footage course. But one more platform I will talk about is black-box. So blackbox is more like a one-stop shop. You can upload your footage there and they will take a small percentage of your clip sales if they do sell. And in exchange, they are going to automatically distributed or syndicate your footage to agencies like pawn five, Adobe Stock, and Shutterstock. But you only have one location where you need to provide the metadata, things like the title, the description, and the keywords. And you'll also need to upload the footage. Of course, if you go individually, you'll have to do these things for each agency, which can be pretty time-consuming. I just know from experience. But if you have an amazing footage and you want to start making a passive income, the stock footage business model is worth looking into. I've had clips from the GoPro shot from the hood of the car I use use the suction cup mounts. I've given created my own piping mount back in the days in 2013, where I took a GoPro into the Great Barrier Reef underwater. I've sold some clips from there. All different types of creative shots that you can shoot from the GoPro is probably a good chance there's someone that's looking for that particular clip. Now to set expectations, the soft finish landscape has become a lot more competitive in 2021. But there is a very long shelf life for your video footage. I'm still selling video clip shot in HD with older generations of GoPro. Let's just say from 2013, which is about more than seven years old, now, 78 years old. So it does take some time to get your footage uploaded to get them keyword and get all the metadata. And you also had kept to get your clips approved. But there is a long shelf life as a mentioned, where you have the opportunity to earn from your video clips for many years to come. So you may be wondering how much can you earn from selling your stock footage while on a site like pawn five, if you sell a clip in particular clip can sell for up to 100 US per clip. And as an artist on pawn five, you get 50% revenue of that sale. And that's in US dollars. So that is nice. But there's no guarantee if you just upload a single clip that will sell, you increase your chances. I recommend uploading a portfolio of at least a thousand clips to get started that increases your chance of getting a passive income with your portfolio. Back in the days in 2015, I was making anywhere between 400 us to a thousand US on a particular given month. And that varied depending on the time of year, the type of month. But I will say in 2021, my average revenue for stock footage has definitely gone down. And that's because I've been teaching how to do this for many years now and I think it's gotten more competitive, but there still is some opportunity there. So I hope this is a good introduction to stock footage and how you can monetize on your GoPro footage. Using the stock footage business model. 15. Gopro 10 Intro to NFT's Goprob: As a bonus lesson, you're going to learn how you can meant a photo or a video shot from your GoPro ten into a non-fungible token or an NFT. But first, what is an NFT? It's a digital asset that is emitted to the blockchain. And a blockchain is a network of computers that can validate transactions. So lefties sit on the blockchain and are related to cryptocurrencies. So this is a very exciting time at the end of 2021. And we're just going to give you a brief introduction to how you can Myntra n of t, what NOTs, ARB, so non-fungible tokens, digital assets. And why it's exciting is because it's basically authentic proof that you are the official owner of a digital asset. And in that assets is a contract. And that contract you can modify so that if you sell your GoPro photo or video to someone else, you can actually configure that smart contracts so you can continue to earn royalties on the secondary market if someone decides to buy your photo or your video and they sell it to their own customers through their own channels, you will continue to receive your royalties. That hasn't been available before bank cryptocurrency technology and N of t is make that possible. So I know that can be a lot to digest. So we're just going to start off with what do you need to get started to mentor and f t. So you need your digital assets. So it can be a GoPro photo or it could be GoPro video needs to be under 100 megabytes, needs to be a JPEG or a PNG. And you do need a, what we call a hot wallet, which is a digital wallet you can install from your web browser or your phone. So we're going to learn how to install the MetaMask hot wallets. And we are going to connect to the largest n of t platform called open C. And I'm going to teach you how you can connect that hot wallet to the open sea platform. And go ahead and create your very first item and meant it to the blockchain. And just a little bit of background on blockchains. There are numerous blockchains. Ethereum is the most popular blockchain. It is the number two cryptocurrency, but you do have to pay expensive gas fees. Now, I'm also going to teach you how you can meant gas lists and FTEs on another blockchain called polygon medic. And I know this can be a little bit overwhelming, especially if you're new to cryptocurrency. But this is an exciting time where art, cryptocurrency or intersecting. So again, if you do want to learn more about it, I do have dedicated courses on this, but we're gonna go through a step-by-step tutorial on minting and NFT using our GoPro footage, NFT technology is very exciting because it's not just limited to art. You can create an FFTs for ticket access. You can use NOTs for things like degrees, even real estate contracts, any type of agreements or assets can be mentored when we say meant it, permanently created on the blockchain for everyone to see. So the very early hype of entities came from earlier in 2021 where artists brought in hundreds of millions of dollars for selling an art piece. But I just wanted to tell you that the worlds were added. Lfts are larger than that. You come in blockchain and of T's virtual real estate, we're going to learn how to mince are GoPro footage as a starting point. 16. Gopro 10 creating the gopro bacalar nft using Final Cut Pro: What's up? I'm going to show you how I create an NFT using GoPro. Ten footage shot in buckle or Mexico. So here's here's the clip. And it needs some work to become an NFT. I'm going to show you the creative side, as well as the actual steps we take to mint this for New Year's Eve. That's the plan anyways. So I'm going to use Final Cut Pro. This is the video editing professional program for Mac. And I'm going to create a new event. I'm going to call it an f t. This should be enough to get you started. So I'm going to take my video clip. I'm going to import it into Final Cut Pro. And then we need to create a new project called NFT. It's going to be full HD. And Perez four to two. So we do have some space constraints. Okay, first thing we need to do is find the right collection. So I'm gonna put it under the travel collection and add item. Our constraint is 100 megabytes. Alright. Let's go back to Final cuts. So I want to, I want to capture the actual jump. So I'm going to trim just to that portion, Kerry and take out the sound. Okay, so see this icon here. This means that you can slow it down. So I want to slow it down just as we're jumping. So I'm going to highlight this. I'm going to choose speed ramp to 0. So this is where we want to really slow it down. Even more. See if we can slow it down to 200%. See how that works. Slow it down. Maybe 50% is the most that we can do. Actually, maybe we've got another club. Let's see here. 402. Okay, this is the actual clip because you need enough frame rates to slow it down. Okay, so we're gonna do it with this clip here. We're starting again new project. And if T2. Alright, slow. Okay, See, that's where we really slowed down. Okay, and then this will be normal. Let's see if we can slow it down even more. Okay. Take that part out. No, I want that slower. There we go. Let's see how big this fall is. Command E 87.9. Okay, so we have a 100 megabyte constraints. So I'm going to add an adjustment layer here. If you want to learn more about adjustment layers. I've got instructions on this, but this is going to allow us to applied accustomed. Look here. Let's try this one. I like the color. So we can dial down the mix. So I'm gonna get a screen grab because I think we need that. Then you also need to make the video. Okay, so let's play this back. Let's see how large this is going to be. That's fine. So video and audio. Save it under movies. Okay, so now let's go to Open see. Here's the file. Okay, So we're an open sea now we're going to find the file. And if t Buchla preview image, so we're going to use the image, right? So I'm going to provide the link. Alright. So we're going to mince it on Ethereum. And we shouldn't have to pay gas fees because we've already we've already paid for gas for this collection. Let's see here. The meantime, I can start thinking about the price. Okay, so I've got to convert this to an mp4. Okay, so what I need to do is open Adobe Media Encoder. So what we're gonna do is find our video file. We're going to drag that into the Media Encoder. Then. One, a high-quality HD. And it's going to create an MP4. So let's just play that back. Then. Hopefully that stays under 100 megabytes and it's done. And it is under a 100 megabytes. So let's go back to open C. Okay, here we go. One, ie, we can do a time oxygen. Let's just do a fixed price for okay. Let's just leave it at six months complete listing. That's it. We have put our buck color NFT for sale. We use our GoPro footage and we put it for sale. So hopefully you found that interesting and be sure to share it out with the world so they know about it. 17. Gopro 10 summary: I want to thank you for taking the GoPro 2022 course. I believe this camera is such a versatile little camera that I end up using it probably the most out of all my cameras. I mean, I can just take it off for vlogging. I can take it out when I golf to get those shots. And I can even use it as the webcam and the footage from it has improved a lot. The audio has improved a lot. So I always try to keep it in my camera bag. Now, as far as the role that it plays in my overall online business, this GoPro isn't a replacement for a primary camera or in a cam. So my primary counter right now is a Panasonic GH five with a customized lens, a sigma 1835 lens that I use to film this course. So I wouldn't be following professional videos or online courses with the GoPro, but it can provide really amazing B-Roll. It can provide amazing logs. It can also provide footage that you can monetize in time-lapse. So I think there's different cameras that are gray for different scenarios. You can have your drone for aerial footage. Gopro because it's small, discrete. You can take it with you to blog, you can take it underwater. And the mirrorless cameras, they're good for these types of videos, online courses. So I hope you've learned a lot in this course. Not only how to unlock the full potential, but you've learned a workflow to share content to social media. You've learned to workflow for a professional video on Final Cut Pro. And I've hoped I've introduced you with scratched the surface on cryptocurrency with NFT is which I think has a very exciting future ahead beyond 2022. Thanks again for taking the course and look forward to seeing you next time somewhere online. 18. BONUS: Intro to Gopro 11: Hi everyone, Welcome to bonus content. And I've got the GoPro 11 block here. We're going to talk about what are some of the additional features included with the GoPro 11 block. It actually was available not too long after we published the GoPro ten course. So I think it's still very timely that we're able to get some content. I actually had a month in Europe and Asia shooting with this pretty much every day. This was my everyday camp. But first, let's just go over some of the key features. First we have the larger sensor, it's 1 " and one-ninth. I believe I'm pronouncing that correctly. Anyways, the larger sensor is going to help if their video allows more light into the sensor, which means a better picture, more colors, etc. So yeah, GoPro 11 has a larger sensor, which also allows a new aspect ratio, eight by seven. So why is this important? So the eight by seven I've been shooting with a little bit. It's taking some time to adjust to it. It looks like a square, but actually when you work with this aspect ratio in post-production, it gives you a lot of picture in the frame, and it helps with creating vertical videos for Instagram and TikTok. This is a trend right now. It's not that typical. 16 by nine that, that typical film look. Now it's going towards vertical and Go Pro recognizes that. So with this new aspect ratio, you can film in it. And then in post-production, the ideas that you've got more real estate to work with. And I'm going to show you some footage samples in this new aspect ratio that takes advantage of the new sensor. Next is we have ten bit color. So this gives you essentially up to 1 billion colors that you can work with. So to your viewers, this is going to give you more realism when they're watching your video, true or colors. And yeah, just gives you more color depth in your videos. So that's a good thing, right? Next thing is the processor. We have the, what they call the GPT-2 processor, which was available since GoPro ten. And it's the same processor and GoPro 11, it responds faster and allows you to just do things quicker, allows you to accomplish more, allows you to do more calculations, better stabilization, hyper smooth, 5.0, all that stuff. So new processor for the GoPro 11. Now this is a big one. It's the field of view, it's called hyper view. So hyper view is wider than superview. And it's awesome for those really tight spaces where you want to capture everything. Think about a elevator on the Eiffel Tower and you want to capture that field of view or maybe you want to get that selfie video of the Eiffel Tower and you don't want to be walking a kilometer way to make sure that you get the entire tower will now put it on hybrid view. And you can pretty much capture everything from arm's length. So I found that really practical. It's new. It's a new perspective. I thought superview was already why. But hyper views even wider. So actually while you put it on different fields of view, we have superview, we've got the normal wide view, and we have high purview. And I'll put the actual focal lengths for you. But for each focal length, you actually have the ability to select these stabilization, as well as the horizontal locks. So the 360 horizontal lock allows you basically to, you could turn the angle of the GoPro before you would actually need to film it perfectly horizontal. Otherwise, you would need to correct and post-production. But this 360 horizontal lock, the idea is that you could be running, it, could be tilting it, and you can still get a video that's going to be in the frame and correctly aligned. So that is the idea with the 360-degree horizontal lock. Next thing I'm going to talk about is the enduro batteries. So this is supposed to give you something like over 30% is I'll put the exact percentage increase battery life with this new battery. You get to with the GoPro 11 bundle. And I've found by charging two of these for an entire day, shoot is pretty much going to last you. Your entire day if you're actively filming, your constraint, is going to be probably your memory card if you're shooting at five K. So the battery is a nice improvement with the GoPro 11 and the app which was available for GoPro. Gopro, GoPro 11. There's really good integration with the Cloud. It will automatically upload if you set it to auto uploads. And what I find really cool is the videos that you upload to the Cloud. The quick app allows you to create these really quick edits for social media, short-form videos. And it's not perfect. But I can see where it's headed. You're headed towards these automatic, automated video edits, which will save you a lot of time if you just want to get some short videos out there from your contents. And it's just super useful if you're just shooting a ton of content with this thing. And so I liked IT entire ecosystem with GoPro and line and above, where you're able to film, you're able to automate automatically upload to the Cloud, and have the app automatically create an automated short-form edits that you still have the ability to customize. And you can create long-form videos later on. So yeah, those in a nutshell are some of the key features of the GoPro 11 physically and design wise. Let's take a look at that in the next video. 19. BONUS: Gopro Comparison Feature 11-9 Comparison: Hello, hello. We're going to cover an in-depth comparison between GoPro 1,110.9 block from the GoPro websites. I've spoken about the features briefly, but we're going to take a look at the actual tech specs from the GoPro 11 website. Let's get started. Okay. So let's take a look at the price here. Gopro 11's coming in at 399 US. And I'm logged into the GoPro Cloud subscription. So yeah, I get a bit of a discount. So if I go to US, actually believe these prices are in US. Yeah, I'm on the US side. So 399 for GoPro, 11349 for GoPro ten block, not huge differences. And then GoPro nine block at 299, which I think is a great deal. Given that you're getting a lot of newer features. But it's still pretty decent price, but they've made things very compelling. Let's take a look at deeper look here. So on the photos you're getting more megapixels on the GoPro 1,127.13 in comparison to 20 mb on GoPro, 9.23 on the ten. So they all come with high HDR, high definition resolution. On the video. Again, 5.3 k 60 on the GoPro, 11.10, five K3 on the nine. And I encourage you to check out the other section on the new aspect ratio, eight by seven, which is only available on the GoPro 11. Which essentially gives you the largest field of view. It's, it's capturing a lot of information that's going to help you. For taller videos, ultra tall videos, which are popular on smartphones because they are designed this way. So vertical videos are trending right now as we approach 2023 and take a look at this diagram here, like nine by 16. So if you were to put your traditional video on here, you're gonna get a lot of unused space, black borders on the top and bottom. But with this new eight by seven aspect ratio available on the GoPro 11, because of the increase sensor size, you're able to make the most of the real estates. And probably your viewers and your followers are going to be happy of that. It's just wanted to point that out. So on GoPro 11, you're getting 120 mb bit rates at 5.3 k n for k. On the 10.9, you're getting 100 mb. At these resolutions. You're getting hyper smooth five on the 11. Hybrid smooth for on GoPro ten, we have horizon leveling if you're if you're not able to keep it perfectly horizontal, you have ability to fix that in post production. Now the field of view, you're getting a hybrid view on the 11 that you're not getting on the others. So that's something new and I've been filming on it. You get very wide, ultra, ultra-wide, which is good for tight spaces or elevators, which I use. You're getting your enduro battery, which is supposed to give you increased battery life on the 11, that's the white battery. Okay. Waterproof depth is 10 m. For all three models, you've got the media modes that you can use on all three. Time warp. That's similar. Slow motion. You can do eight times at 2.7 k on the 11.10 K. All these other features are similar between all three models. Not gonna go through that. The processor. For 11.10. It's a brand new processor that's faster, especially if you're navigating between the menus, you'll notice that it's a lot faster and larger sensor. Okay, the, the audio, I think it's better than previous generations, the GoPro eight and below. But 1110-9, it's all pretty similar. You can improve it with a medium odd and a 3.5 millimeter mic. Use the same app for all three models, and it's pretty good. You can do automated edits and you can use the GoPro Cloud to automatically upload you can you can set that up. So when you're charging the GoPro, it's automatically uploading and it's unlimited storage with the GoPro Cloud subscription. So there's your comparisons, so it's minor differences. I would say if you have a GoPro nine, as it's worth it to upgrade to the GoPro block. And for an extra hundred dollars US and you can solve the GoPro nine stole actually saw mine. If you have a ten, probably not worth it to upgrade to the 11. There you go. I hope you enjoyed this comparison video between GoPro 1,110.9. 20. BONUS: Gopro 11 design & Review After 1 Month of Daily Use Traveling: So I'm going to talk about the GoPro 11 design. I'm going to talk about my experience. I'm pretty much fresh off shooting with this camera every day for the past 30 days, this has been my everyday cam. So you're looking at the design is very similar to GoPro. Gopro nine. In fact, between the GoPro 10.11, I think the only difference is the fact that it has 11 on the side. Otherwise, it looks pretty similar. So yeah, I mean, your GoPro design, even from the nine which I've used recently, it's pretty similar. And the naked body can go underwater up to 10 m. And that's great. That pretty much fits the bill for me. If I'm doing traveling, I'm doing some snorkeling, which I did. In fact, in Spain. I went to try and do some snorkeling, goes, go underwater swimming. We took this I pretty much this was my setup. I put this GoPro 11 on a tripod. Um, yeah, for 80% of my scenarios which is travelling, vlogging, talking head videos, time warps, which are pretty much walking, hyper lapses, time lapses. This is my favorite setup. So this tripod here is third party. But you can purchase these types of tripods on Amazon. You can get the Manfrotto ones. This one I actually bought from Thailand. The key attachment here is you want to get this attachment that allows you to connect to the GoPro, but also has the standard tripod thread mount. And this one is made by smart tree. And I purchased it from Amazon and it was less than $30. And it basically allows you to connect to any types of tripod. And it's just so versatile and fits most of my needs. I also tried the GoPro head mount and I'll show some sample footage for that. I think that gives you an added sense of realism, attaching it to your head, especially while going on the bike or walking. At some point. It's going to feel uncomfortable walking with those GoPro attached here had even a small It is it is pretty you do feel it attached your head if you're using it for at least 30 min or longer. But with the stabilization in the GoPro lab and it does make a difference. Now, I'm having used the GoPro 9.10 quite a bit. I did notice that the high preview mode does have its place because of how wide it is. So that was one of the key features that useful with the GoPro 11. I would say if you have a GoPro ten, you probably don't need to upgrade to 11 just for some of the key features which are hybrid view. But if you have a nine or a low, upgrading to 11 is a huge improvements and you definitely want to consider that. I actually had a GoPro nine and I had the GoPro Cloud subscription and it was actually a very fair price to upgrade. I think it was 400 US. If I bought and shipped it, I purchased it in US dollars and I had it to a US address. So a quick tip and the hack I will share is if you get paid in US dollars or even if you got paid in Canadian or some other currency. You can convert that using the wildcard, which is a multi-currency Visa card, and an app which allows you to make purchases in pretty much any currency at fair market rates. So actually purchase the GoPro, I think using that card, using US dollars. So I didn't lose anything on the conversion because I'm Canadian and how to ship to us, address and add a friend, bring it up. So that's how I did it. Otherwise, I'm definitely going to pay a premium in Canada and other countries you may pay a premium. So there's some tips for acquiring the GoPro 11. 21. BONUS: Intro to 8:7 Aspect Ration Editing in Premiere Pro : Hey, welcome everyone. Greg, here we're going to introduce you to the new GoPro 118 by seven aspect ratio. So this is new with the GoPro 11 basically allows you to capture taller videos. And this helps with vertical video, which is trending for platforms, social media platforms like Instagram. And you can slowly use this aspect ratio for your traditional 16 by nine type of videos. So let me just share the screen from HootSuite and you'll get a little bit more familiarity with this. And at the end, I'm also going to show you a video edits in Premiere Pro just to make this even more clear. Alright, so we're on HootSuite. This is a social media platform. And they're just explaining the different resolutions and frame sizes that are best for different types of posts on Instagram. So here's an example. Instagram stories they want 1080 by 1920s. And I'll show you how I set this up in Premier Pro, the video editing program. For profile posts. This is a square resolution and that's what it looks like out of the box. So anyhow, this goes in great detail for different social media platforms. So you can also take a look at the website yourself, and it covers LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram. So that's what we're going to cover for this lesson. We are on Go Pro's official site and they're just covering the new larger sensor, which I did talk about. What this larger sensor allows you to do is phone with this eight by seven aspect ratio because of the new larger sensor. And they go into detail here and they show you here what the differences. So an eight by eight by seven aspect ratio, you're getting a lot more, a lot more picture on the top and the bottom parts. And you can see here the difference. So 16 by nine, that's our traditional type of video. Nine by 16. So that's that Instagram story posts we're talking about here is four by three. So eight by seven gives you a lot more and they go into the percentages here. And they're saying if you're doing video, you're getting something like 13% more taller field of view. Which is great, right? You're getting to show more. And yeah, when it comes to photos, that's a similar idea. And they recommend recording video in 5.3 K 30 frames at eight by seven aspect ratio and turning on high bitrate. If you want a higher frame rate, you can reduce the resolution, the four K at 60 frames with the eight by seven aspect ratio. So you'll increase your frame rate, which will allow you to slow your video down in the GoPro quick app. Alright, so let's actually go to Premier Pro. So this makes a little bit more sense. I've filmed some video today in this aspect ratio, 5.3 K and eight pi seven aspect ratio. So I've already brought these video in to Premier Pro. So if we actually right-click Innes and we select properties, that'll give us the actual resolution. So you can see her 53, 12 times 46, 48. So this is higher than four K resolution, very high resolution video over here. If we just simply right-click and we create a new sequence, which is a new project. This is what you're getting here. I'm just going to mute the audio so it doesn't hurt your ears, lips. But you're getting a squarish box here, right? If we're doing it for Instagram. So I've already set up a new project. And the way we do that as we go to File New Sequence. And we actually have to go, go to settings and then I would go to that website I had up from HootSuite. So I would put in for a story 1080 by 1920. So I go frame size 1080 by. 1920, 1920. So we can see here, we're getting a nine by 16. And so we could create that. And you can see here this is the frame here. But I've already done that. And slapped brought some video in. So when you do that, when you bring the video in out-of-the-box. Let's just let me show an example here. Might look too cropped in something like this. But this is by defaults, this is 100% scale. So if I zoom out, you can see how much real estate I still have. I'm at 60% right now. And I'll show you the point where you start to get the block borders. So you're not getting that Blackboard is because I have a video clip underneath, but you can see around 40, 40% scale. So you're getting quiet a lot of room to work with. So we started off at 100% scale right over there. And you can see we can go to about 40 to 40, maybe even. Yeah, 42. 43. Just to be safe. So you're getting a lot of room there that you can you can play around with this and you can show what you want to show. Plus, if you hit position, you could move the video up or down. So you're really getting a lot to play with their lot of video information. But this is just an example of a video I created in Premiere purely for, I'm just going to meet the track against those and hurt your ears. Purely for Instagram. I'm going to meet both audio tracks. And when I brought in the other video clips, I had to do similar thing. If we click on this club, you can see I'm at 43% scale over here in the effect controls. And yeah, pretty much the same thing. So one of the cool things in Premiere Pro specifically is if you've created a project in this aspect ratio nine by 16. And you right-click on the sequence. You can actually use the feature auto re-frame sequence. And you can change the aspect ratio too. More traditional one, horizontal 16 by nine, or a square aspect ratio. So let's just do that. So we can see it in action. So it's actually using some AI to calculate any movements in the target aspect ratio and making the adjustments. So if there's people in there, it's still going to stay in frame. So let's show you the 16 by nine, what that looks like. Basically already converted it. And I'm able to use this on YouTube. You see this is a lot wider than the 69. Look at just the video area here. It's a lot wider. Now if we go to the nine by 16, you can see it's taller, but it's not as wide. So this is preferable for Instagram because people are viewing this on their phones, right? So if we look at our phone, just the design of it, right? People are looking at it in this view. Not really viewing it like this. I would say the vertical is more popular. So that's why we're creating these vertical videos. Okay, so let's let me show you the The one-by-one. I think it's done calculating that. So it's done a pretty good job. So this would be good for an Instagram post e.g. okay, and so I'm just going to finish off by showing you some of the finished videos, what those look like, looks like. So this is the finished vertical video. So this is under a minute. So this is something I could share on YouTube. Youtube shorts or Instagram Stories. And you can see here, you're getting a lot of real estate on the top and bottom. Now let me show you the the traditional 16 by nine style. I'm just going to mute the video there. So this is the traditional ones, so it's wider. And I added some additional footage. So this is an example of how you could, you could create two forms of contents, starting off with the original. So I started off creating a video on eight by seven for Instagram stories. And then I use the use the Premier Pro feature to adapt it. And if you right-click on the sequence, you can see it's called auto reframe. So I created a traditional aspect ratio for YouTube and I added additional footage with not much more effort. So there you go. There's your introduction to the eight by seven aspect ratio on GoPro 11 and how you can use it. I hope you found this video helpful and you can make use of it. Like I've started to.