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This is the second edition of the DJI Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 Quadcopter collection of tutorial videos from PhotoshopCAFE, all of which are recorded on DVD-ROM in 720p HD. Hosted by Colin Smith, the tutorials start out by walking you through the basics of unboxing and setting up a DJI Phantom 3 or Inspire 1 quadcopter. Next, you turn to the new features of both aircraft, in particular the Zenmuse X5 gimbal camera for the Inspire 1. Then, you are taken out to the field with points on how to capture great videos and photos, including HDR photos and smooth video of waterfalls. In an intermission, you explore the DJI Go app in depth, with special attention to operating the gimbal and camera with it. Finally, you learn what to do with all that footage once you've gotten it. Photo manipulation in Adobe's Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop applications is covered in detail. Next, video editing is covered, both basic editing using Photoshop and advanced editing and polishing in Adobe's dedicated video post tool, Premiere Pro.
Note: This is a DVD-ROM, but it will not play back on conventional set-top boxes. A DVD-ROM-equipped computer is required.
DJI Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 Hardware
Introduction and Overview: What to expect from this training
What's new in the Phantom 3 and Inspire 1: High-level overview of the quadcopters
Safety: Learn how to fly safely and legally
Phantom 3 Overview: Get to know the DJI Phantom 3
Phantom Propellers: How to attach the propellers to the Phantom 3
Phantom Camera Setup: Setup the camera for the Phantom 3
Phantom Preflight: Getting your Phantom 3 set up and ready to fly
Meet Inspire 1: Inspire 1 overview, history, capabilities, and more
Setup Inspire 1: Getting your Inspire 1 ready for flight
X5 Upgrade and Inspire 1 Pro: What's an Inspire 1 Pro? Attaching the Zenmuse X5 camera to your Inspire 1
Batteries: Care and feeding of batteries
Update the Firmware: How to update the firmware on your copter, controller, and batteries
RC Controllers: Learn about the RC controllers for the Phantom 3 and the Inspire 1
Flight Control: How to actually fly your quadcopter
Accessories, Bags, Cases and More
DJI Go App
Go App Screen Walkthrough: Understand telemetry and screen layout of the Go App
MC Controls: Learn the features of the MC controls. This is where a lot of the critical settings are
RC Settings: Features and settings to configure your controller
Dual Controllers: Set up dual controllers for the Inspire 1; hand over camera control to a second operator
Image Transmission: Is your signal for Lightbridge coming through clearly?
Battery Info: Your "fuel gauge" in flight
Gimbal Settings: Settings to control gimbal movement from the app
Camera Controls: All the different things you can do with the camera, settings, and features
Inspire Camera: Additional settings and features in the Inspire 1 and Inspire 1 Pro camera
Studio Wrap Up: Wrapping up this section and heading outdoors
Flying on Location
Calibration: Learn to calibrate your compass
Shooting Aerial Panoramas: How to compose a panorama in the air over the ocean in Hawaii and the process of capturing the photos and video
Shooting Aerial HDR: How to Shoot HDR photos in a jungle in Hawaii
Smooth Video, Waterfall: How to fly up a waterfall and capture smooth video
Different Video Shots: Reveals, pans, pull-ins, orbits, and more – different camera shots and examples of each
Advanced Flight Modes: Your Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 can fly all by itself; here is how
WayPoint Flying: How to set waypoints and different ways of automatically flying between them
Follow Me: Your quadcopter can follow you around like a puppy; this is how to do it
Post Production: Lightroom, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro
Lightroom, Camera RAW Basic Adjustments: How to get the most from your aerial photos in Lightroom or Camera RAW
Lightroom Advanced: Using Lightroom and Camera RAW for fine-tuned adjustments to your photos
Lightroom Panorama: How to put together a multi-image panorama in Lightroom
Panorama in Photoshop: Stitch an aerial panorama in Adobe Photoshop
Panorama from Video: How to make a panorama photograph from a video in Lightroom
Tiny Planet: Have some fun with your panoramas using the tiny planet effect in Photoshop
HDR in Photoshop: How to merge HDR (High Dynamic Range) images in Photoshop,
Adjustment Stacking Workflow in Photoshop: An entire workflow used to create winning photographs in Photoshop, start to finish
Exposure Stacking in Photoshop: Expanding on the previous tutorial, a more advanced Photoshop workflow
Video in Photoshop
Say Hello to Premiere Pro: Crash course to get you up and running with Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro, Ramp Speed: How to change the speed of video to create a high-impact ramp effect
Stabilize Videos: How to smooth out shaky and jerky videos in Premiere Pro
Color Grading your Videos: How to apply cinematic color grading to your videos in Premiere Pro
Add Sound and Music: How to add sound effects and music tracks to your videos in Premiere Pro
Titles and Exporting: Title screens and how to encode your videos for playback online, mobile, and anywhere else
Table of Contents
Approximately 9 hours
Computer with DVD-ROM drive and HD video playback capability