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You got your first POV camera... now what?

So you purchased your first POV (Point-of-View) camera. Awesome! But at this point, you’re probably realizing that there’s a lot more to making a sports video than you ever anticipated. Things like: What sort of software do I need? What’s the best resolution to use? How do I render my footage to get the best online quality?

Maybe you’re having trouble editing your footage or your computer is suffering from significant lag when playing your clips.
Perhaps your videos just seem kinda boring and lack a sharp, professional look.

You're in luck - I can help you!

Creating an action sport video is different from your standard storytelling or documentary type video. It requires an understanding of some very specific principles and techniques. However, they’re neither overly complex, nor tedious. In fact, they’re pretty straightforward. My Amateur’s Guide to Producing Action Sports Videos with GoPro can quickly get you up and running and help transform your videos from total snoozefests to high-octane blockbusters.

Here's what you'll learn!

This isn’t a basic “How to use a GoPro camera” guide. Instead, I'll be walking you through all the steps necessary to transform a dud film into a must-share video that your friends will rave about.

Specifically, you'll learn:
  • Which software will help you edit like a professional without breaking the bank.
  • How to properly render your footage for the highest quality possible.
  • How to best work with the MPEG-4 (.mp4) file format.
  • How to optimize your computer to handle the high demands of HD videos.
  • What creative techniques will add depth and make your video exciting and fun to watch.
  • And so much more...

Plus video tutorials!

Beside all the information packed into the guide, I’m including several video tutorials and resources that will quickly help you get up to speed.

  • Editing Principles (Video Tutorial) – I’ll walk you through my work flow and editing fundamentals.

  • Batch Converting MP4 to AVI (Video Tutorial) – I’ll share with you how to best convert your GoPro (.mp4) files to the non-compressed (.avi) file format for easier editing.
Okay, so you went out and shot some footage that looks horrible. It’s dark, grainy, or maybe washed out. Don’t worry! As a bonus, I'll include a video tutorial that easily explains how you can correct bad footage.

Corrected Bad Footage Samples
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