Video Production

Video production

Our video editing and production course is designed for everyone who is interested in learning how to write scripts, direct, film and edit videos. Our teachers are professionals with a lot of experience in the field of filming, Editing and video production. They will take you through a journey of one year where you get a chance to exercise your entire God given creativity in the field of video production.

Video production Course Structure
Course Duration 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a week
Lesson Duration 1 hour 
Lesson Fees UGX 600,000
Registration UGX 20,000

ESOM School of music Video production course includes the techniques and the aesthetics of shooting, lighting, and editing. Emphasizes hands-on production experience, using digital video.

The ESOM School of music Video production course will teach students the basics of photography, camera functions, video editing, media analysis, and film making. Students write, shoot, and edit their own projects.

This video production course provides job-specific instruction for careers in the film and television industries.  The course integrates advanced video and audio techniques with the art of computer graphics and electronic instrumentation.

Video editing tips

Video Transitions

The most commonly used transitions are fade to black and/or cross dissolve. Most of the other transitions can be more distracting than useful. Stick with fades unless you have a really good reason to use the others.

Hold Shots

Make sure to hold shots long enough that they will look good once edited. For still shots, hold for 5-10 seconds. For moving (panning or tilting) shots hold for 5 seconds before and after the move. This is important for using transitions which cut into the length of your clips.

 

Using Cutaways & B-roll

B-roll is the term for video footage that establishes the scene, shows detail or just makes the video more interesting. One example of B-roll use is for an interview. You can show what your subject is talking about instead of just showing them talking on camera the whole time. These clips can also be used to cover any jump cuts.

Using Text

Make sure text is on screen long enough to be read by the viewer. Rule of thumb is that its on screen long enough for you to read it twice when played back in real time.

Sources and citation

http://mediacommons.psu.edu/students/video-production-tips/

Note: Short courses are also available!

Tel: 0700132588 or 0781227712

Email: info@esom-music.com

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 Video Editing Course Information