Video Production Training Courses Online

Video Production Training Courses Online

Below is a list of several sources online where you can learn more about online video production. Although clearly these are no substitute for professional training, these are great courses for those looking to learn more about online video production for purposes of video sharing online and/or amateur video production.

  • The Media College. They have a large variety of tutorials on different topics. This is a very high quality website on film and video production.
  • The BBC provides a free Training and Development Course on film production that anyone can view online. This is the one of the best resources for online training in video and film production. This course covers video production as well as techniques to improve your skills when on location shooting. This is an excellent overview of the basics of filmmaking.
  • Studio Daily is an online filmmaking publication that has a user friendly layout and provides a lot of interesting details on film production today along with some good tutorials for a variety of media production.
  • Apple provides a videography for educator's training resource which provides tutorials aimed at those in the education arena. However, anyone can benefit from this resource.
  • Videomaker has an excellent assortment of articles on the subject. While this is not as much an interactive training course, it is still an excellent resource for learning more.
  • Internet Campus has a pretty good and in-depth free, Interactive Course in Studio and Field Production

Finally, here are some additional sources that may be useful:

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  • jwong

    This is great! Everyone is finding its way on the internet, in one way or another, these days. For anyone who's ever wanted to edit their own home movies or amateur film -- these places can provide some start up tips to get anyone video skills up and running. Personally, I learned my current video production skills through college courses, but not everyone has the time or money to follow that path. So these online tutorials are a nice alternate route.

    You, as well as the hosts for those above sites, should consider making a channel on kyte.tv! It's a great site where anyone can create a channel and produce multiple shows on that same channel. With features like webcam, audio, text, links and photo slideshows at your access, each show can be just as exciting as the last one. I use kyte.tv to make video blogs and share pictures of me and my friends whenever I have a get-together. In addition to the show production, your audience can instantly chat about that show, on the channel [just like instant messenger]. I think this would be great for websites that contain tutorials -- if someone has an immediate question, the host of the show can answer it on the spot [or when they're available to do so] and/or other viewers can discuss and come to a conclusion.

    Overall, I recommend checking out kyte.tv and start producing tutorials for your audience to view, learn and discuss -- all at once! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1303560593 Jerry Bullard

    Interesting array of video production courses - many for free...I'm looking to take a course during the winter.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1303560593 Jerry Bullard

    Interesting array of video production courses - many for free...I'm looking to take a course during the winter.

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