4.05 (210 reviews)
☑ Use any GoPro camera
☑ Choose the right settings for their situation
☑ Shoot better video with a GoPro camera
☑ Use GoPro mounts and accessories
☑ Edit videos using GoPro Studio
☑ Export and share GoPro videos online
You have a GoPro, and now need to learn how to shoot with it, and then edit great videos, right?
It's so great to have you here. WE LOVE GOPROS!
This online GoPro course will teach you how to shoot and edit amazing videos with a GoPro camera.
This course is designed to teach you the ins and outs of using a GoPro camera, even if you have little to no experience with them. While there are plenty of video courses, it's hard to find a comprehensive course that takes you from shooting to editing GoPro videos.
Master the settings and options in your GoPro camera to create extraordinary images.
Improve Your Video Creation Techniques & Edit Great Videos
Regardless of the type of GoPro you are using (Hero to Hero 4), this course will teach you the basics of using the GoPro. Dive into the menu to learn all of the settings. Shoot better-looking videos with amazing tips on GoPro cinematography.
My Promise to You
I'll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message.
I want to make this the best course on how to shoot and edit GoPro video. So if there is any way I can improve this course, just tell me and I'll make it happen.
This course includes an entire course on how to edit videos in GoPro Studio:
If you want to learn how to make great videos with a GoPro camera, this is the only course you need.
Enroll today, and we'll see you in the course.
With our 30-day 100% money back guarantee, there is nothing holding you back from jumping in right now and trying the course out.
Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I'll see you in lesson 1!
Getting Started with GoPro
Sample GoPro Video - Travel Montage in the Philippines
Is This a 5-Star Course?
GoPro Camera Anatomy - What are all these buttons?
Turning on Your GoPro
How to Record with a GoPro Camera
GoPro Record Modes
How to Access and Navigate the GoPro Menu
GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Size and Resolution
GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Frame Rate
GoPro Video Settings: Choosing a Field of View - Wide vs. Medium
Photo Modes with your GoPro
GoPro Capture Settings
GoPro ProTune Setting
How to Delete Footage from your GoPro
How to Stop the Beeping
Connecting your GoPro to a Mobile Device for Live Viewing with the GoPro App
Shooting Better Video with your GoPro
5 Tips for Better GoPro Video
Our Favorite GoPro Accessories
Shooting with the Accessories
Exercise - Go Shoot Some Video!
Editing Video with GoPro Studio
Downloading GoPro Studio
Importing Video to GoPro Studio
Viewing & Trimming Footage - Picking Your Favorite Selects
Editing Your Video
Adding Titles in GoPro Studio
Adding Music in GoPro Studio
Speed up or Slow Down Video in GoPro Studio
Color Correction and Grading in GoPro Studio
Using Style Presets in GoPro Studio
Exporting Your Video from GoPro Studio
Exercise - Edit a Video with GoPro Studio!
Thank You for Taking This Course!
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I am getting a thorough explanation of how to operate the GoPro. Before I started the lesson I was totally confused and did not know where to begin to use the unit.
It was a great and useful course. Only one thing is not perfect - showing the settings of Go Pro 3/4. I have a Go Pro 7 and it is very different. That part should be updated.
Because, my camera is a GoPro Hero 8 Black. Totally different than mine.How about a newer updated GoPro 8!!
I expected a more detailed course with more information on different settings to shoot photos and record videos (resolution, FOV, etc...) + what they do and recommendations. Plus, it was very outdated since Hero 3 was released in 2012 and the course was updated in 2018 (Hero 7 release year).
My problem is this is designed for a different model of Go Pro. I have a HERO 7 Black. The functions are much different. On the course it said they would all be similar.
This course is quite old and uses and old version of the go pro. I think an updated version with a newer camera would benifet me better as the settings, buttons, quality would be more similar to the current models.
Should originally mentioned which GoPro model you would be using as I have a different one so it's a bit upsetting and confusing.
not useful because they are using go pro 3 whereas the generation today is for go pro 7. How practical is that atleast when you are teaching use latest equipments and also I fell there is an issue with your server the videos on youtube are working perfect but when i am using your website its buffering i tried and switched 3 connections and still facing the same issue
totally new to gopro. was expecting info that related to current gopro products. why are you ripping people off with sales of GOPRO 3 leaning materials in the 2019 and how to edits with GOPRO STUDIO that does not exist for new consumers of gopro products .
The instructors in this course are very good. They are engaging and motivate the student to actively participate in the course material. The course is both fun and full of useful information. The lessons can be easily applied to help someone improve quickly. Thanks!
The GoPro used in the video is old, technology of gopros has come a long way since then so buttons have changed. Even the cheapest most basic GoPro has a touch screen these days
Thank you. I have not used my GoPro Hero 4 for about three years. This helps to get me up to speed.
So far so good. The volume for the presentation is not the same as the video sample volume. so I have to keep turning my volume up and do
Phil is a great instructor however, the main reason I took this course was to learn GoPro Studio and it's no longer available for download. So while the information was great and can probably be generally applied to other editing software it leaves a beginner a bit adrift. That said, the course was certainly worth the fee and I thank Phil for all the work he's put into this presentation.
The first part is probably a bit too basic (a video on how to turn on the camera and how to delete the photos is quite useless... that info can be find on the user manual). The interesting part comes with the tutorial on how to edit and correct your videos with the GoPro application. One last problem is the camera used for the tutorial is quite outdated.