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Mobile Gadget Lab: Creating Great Video


Recorded on July 31, 2014

Drake University professor Chris Snider spent three months testing and researching hardware and software tools to improve the quality of video you can produce with an iPhone or other smart phone.

This webinar will uncover his findings and teach you how to create and edit high-quality video with your smart phone. We’ll introduce you to tools for stabilizing your video, adding external lights, adding external lenses and getting crystal clear audio (and a few tools to add creativity to your videos). We’ll also discuss the best apps for shooting and editing on your phone.

Click here to register for this archive. Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

Meet the Presenter … 

Chris Snider joined Drake University full-time in 2010 as an instructor of practice in multimedia journalism. He moved to Des Moines in 2005 to work as editor of Juice magazine, a weekly publication for readers age 25-34. In 2007, he became assistant managing editor for digital at the Des Moines Register.

At the Register, Snider was a leader in how media companies use social media, live content and mobile. He was named the top digital editor in the Gannett company in 2008, and he was named to Presstime Magazine’s 20 under 40 list the same year.

Prior to moving to Des Moines, Snider worked as a designer and news design director at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for six years. He began his career as a designer at the Baltimore Sun.