- • 24 Aerial and Film Tutorials
- • Over 4.5 hours of professional techniques and training
- • Unlimited video playbacks
Features not supported:
- • No access to future tutorials or updates
- • No private forums
- Note: If you’re wanting these pro features, you can find them with our Multi Rotor Tutorial Series Pro.
- 1. Introduction to Aerial Cinematography
- 2. Regulations and Safety Rules
- 3. Ship Assembly Overview
- 4. Ship Component Optimization
- 5. Radio Control Configurations
- 6. Soldering Cables and Battery Connections
- 7. How to Charge LiPo Batteries
- 8. WooKong Software – Configuring, GPS & Updates
- 9. iOSD Overview
- 10. Fail Safe Systems
- 11. Gimbal Control
- 12. Monitors VS. FPV Goggles
- 13. Transmitters and Interference Considerations
- 14. When To Upgrade to a Larger Ship
- 15. Travel Checklist
- 16. Equipment VidMuze Uses
- 17. Camera Settings Part #1, ISO, FPS, Shutter Speed & Data Rate
- 18. Camera Settings Part #2, ND filters, Polarizer and Lenses
- 19. Cinematic Camera Movement – The Art of Flying
- 20. Team Planning and Execution of Shots
- 21. Working with the Director and or DP
- 22. Stabilizing Footage in Post
- 23. Color correcting in Post
- 24. Matchmove Tracking in Post
The multi-rotor industry is literally taking off, pun intended. With so many multi-rotors being purchased for professional and hobby use, the learning curve is a rather long and tedious learning process that takes months to establish intermediate experience. It will take the average person a year or more to perfect their flying and cinematography abilities.
Over the last year we’ve been receiving lots of emails from folks asking what do we do with our multi-rotors that allows us to capture a professional and cinematic look. We thought it would be best to just show everyone what we do and that is why we have created the world’s first Multi-Rotor Tutorial Series for Filmmakers.
With over 58 combined years of filmmaking experience, our team has been producing and directing films for quite some time. With our 22 years of combined RC experience, we have been able to learn a lot over the years about flying, what’s the best equipment to use, safety rules and regulations and a lot more. The purpose of our tutorial series is to prepare aerial cinematographers for the real and professional world. This series shows and teaches what works for us in the aerial cinema industry. We have developed our own techniques which have been impressing our clients for years.
Safety rules and regulations is our #1 priority in the aerial cinema industry. Many folks who fly don’t really seem to understand the risks and liabilities they are fully responsible for. We show and explain what techniques to follow through our safety rules and explain how to minimize the risks of crashes and other disasters.
This tutorial series will show you a lot of the technicalities behind aerial cinema. The purpose of this series is not to teach you how to fly. We expect you to already know how to fly your ship without crashing it. Our series focuses on how to combine the aerial and cinema industries together.
The Multi-Rotor Tutorial Series also addresses the distinctions of the various ship types from the quadcopters to the hexacopters to the “heavy lifters,” the octocopters. Those of you starting out with a quadcopter will need to anticipate the next steps involved if and when you decide to upgrade to a hexacopter or even the octocopter. We teach you what you’ll need to expect should you decide to take your aerial cinematography to the next level.
We also cover the differences between the various ship types from quadcopters to hexacopters to the “heavy lifters” octocopters. Those of you starting out with a quadcopter will need to know what the next step is when upgrading to a hexacopter or even octocopter. We show you what you need to expect as well as new things to learn.