The 360/VR video industry continues to grow with more channels for consuming immersive content than ever before. Combine this with new, affordable and evolved spherical cameras that simplify how you capture footage, and you have an industry on the verge of exploding. 360/VR is here to stay, and this field workshop is about getting you up and running in 360, providing you a thorough understanding of the workflow from production to post.
In this 2-day comprehensive workshop, Nick Harauz will empower attendees with the appropriate tools, knowledge and hands-on experience required to create their next immersive masterpiece and easily distinguish between their zenith and nadir.
The workshop is designed to provide:
The most thorough overview of 360/VR content creation. We’ll take a look at its history, where it is to and future considerations – all while using 360 technology hands-on.
Maximize creativity and efficiency creating appealing 360 content and provide practical tips, practices and workflow advice attendees may apply to their very next 360 project.
On Day 1 (Tuesday, October 15) You will learn:
What is 360/VR video and how do you make it immersive
A brief history of 360
Production and Post considerations before heading out to the field
An overview of 360 and 180 cameras available on the market
Ambisonic Sound recording
Lighting techniques and considerations
Hands- on time with current 360/VR cameras
Hands on experience on location filming with 360/VR gear
Location: Group meets directly at FMC Headquarters NY: 299 Broadway, Suite 1510. Then, we will head offsite for the field portion.
On Day 2 (Wednesday, October 16) You will learn:
An overview of stitching
Stitching footage with Mistika VR
Importing 360/VR Footage in Premiere Pro
Viewing 360 content
Editing and Reorienting 360 footage
Adding 360 transitions and effects
Applying Text and Graphics
Working and Monitoring Ambisonic sound
Performing a Basic Camera Rig Removal in After Effects
Exporting our 360/VR projects to youtube and Vimeo
Location: Group meets directly atFMC Headquarters NY: 299 Broadway, Suite 1510 for this In-Class portion.
*Note: This 2-day field workshop requires separate registration ($795). If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact NY Post|Production Conference Manager at Liatk@fmctraining.com.