04/12/2018, 6-9 pm
It’s been said that “audio is 80% of video.” If someone is speaking, the viewer ought to clearly hear what the person on-screen says without noisy distractions. How many times have you watched an online video containing room echo, camera noise, motor noise (like a refrigerator or air conditioner), or environmental sounds? Nothing screams “amateur video” like poor audio. Relying on your camera’s built-in microphone will undoubtedly lead to poor, amateurish audio. This course will teach you the “tricks of the trade” in equipment and skills to make your productions sound more professional.
Boulder Digital Arts