How to create a professional multi-camera production for virtual presentations (Zoom/Teams Meeting)

Multi-camera production for virtual presentations
Cathy Balke

introduction: I am a Marketing Director at Datavideo USA. I have been with Datavideo for over 15 years and have extensive knowledge of our products.

Skills: I have over 15 years of experience in the Broadcast and AV Industry. I have worked on several large productions, as a switcher operator, camera operator, and I have extensive knowledge with character generators. I have also assisted in the coordination of large production events and promotional productions.

Experience: Over 15 years of working at Datavideo as a Marketing professional.

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About the course

This course will teach you how to create a professional multi-camera production for your virtual presentations without the need to hire a production crew. We will go over the video production equipment you should use for an easy-to-use one-man production. The simple, yet powerful workflow will enable even a novice user to produce a high-quality video presentation for a Zoom or Teams meeting.

By the end of this course, you should be able to create a professional multi-camera production for a virtual lecture for your students, a virtual presentation to share with your team, or any other production that you would like to share via Zoom or Microsoft Teams.

What you will learn

How to create professional multi-camera production without the need of a production crew.

Understanding which equipment to use for the production

How to send the program to Zoom or Teams for virtual presentation

Background knowledge, skills and tools needed for this course

Basic understanding of video production such as lighting and camera placement.

Who is suitable for this course

Anyone who wants to create professionally produced presentations for their virtual meeting for business or education.

Standard to pass this course

  • Course completion 100%
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