Workshop – Vlog like a pro
Date: September 27, 2017
Location: Principle Hotel, York
What does MeDe Innovation mean to you?
Show us on video what MeDe Innovation means to you and you could win a GoPro! Your video will also be showcased and judged at the final MeDe Innovation Annual Conference on 18th January, attracting more than 200 delegates from the medical devices innovation community.
This one day workshop will include:
- introduction to audio production, editing and video production for YouTube
- hands-on experience with your smartphone, ipad, GoPro or other handheld recording device
- delivered by science journalist Richard Hollingham, a radio and TV reporter/producer with extensive BBC experience
You will then have until Thursday 14th December to create and submit your video (read the full submission guidelines (opens PDF).
There are 2 places available per institution for this training course, and there is a waiting list availble. If there is high demand we will look to run another session.
Please note that if you register for this workshop but fail to attend, a £200 charge will apply.
Download a PDF version of the joining instructions
Our ‘Vlog like a pro’ training course takes place on Wednesday 27th September (10am) at the Principle Hotel York.
There is no charge for this course, but if you fail to attend after booking a place, a £200 fee will be applied to your institution.
Here is some useful information about the venue and arrangements for the day:
The session will take place from 10am at the Principal Hotel York
The hotel is next door to York Rail Station. Full directions to the venue can be found on their website.
Parking is available at the hotel but spaces are limited, and there is a charge for this facility.
10.00 Introductions and aims of the day
Examples and basics of filming
Setting up the shot (using DV camera, tripod and lights)
Tilts, pans, tracks and framing (hands-on)
Lighting and sound
11.00 Interview technique and appearance
Filming on smartphone and GoPro
Interview filming and playback
Building a sequence for editing and planning a shoot
13.30 Editing basics
Filming in groups
15.30 Playback, questions and conclusions
The course will be mostly hands-on and we’ll be using a camera, tripod, lighting kit, smartphone and iPad/GoPro. You might, however, like to bring along your own equipment/phone/GoPro etc.
If you use an iPhone, the app we use is Filmic Pro: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/filmic-pro/id436577167?mt=8 . Don’t, however, feel you need to buy it right now. It’s not essential for the course.
We will also be covering the basics of editing, using Hit Film Express: https://hitfilm.com/express
This is free. Again, it’s not essential you have it for the course but you might find it useful – particularly when we go through editing examples.
If you don’t have any of the above, don’t worry!
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