Videography (or video production)is the process, or art, or making videos. A videographer is someone who is responsible for recording live events and small scale video productions. Videographers often focus on smaller productions like documentaries, live events, short films, legal depositions, weddings, birthday parties, sports events, commercials, and training videos. Video production can be separated into three main phases:
We will go through each of these phases in more detail in the following pages.
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Want to add some extra audio or video elements to your video project to add character and make your project look more professional? Then Creative Commons assets are for you! Unlike most audio and video files you find online, Creative Commons files are free and can be used for educational purposes without any pesky copyright issues. This is because the creators of these assets specifically chose to make their files open and available for use. Just be sure that the files you use are actually listed as Creative Commons! Visit https://creativecommons.org/ to learn more about the different types of Creative Commons licenses or check out the links below to find creative commons files that can easily be added to your video.