Canon DSLR video filming tips for YouTube videos
This video will demonstrates the Canon software that can be used to not only use your computer/laptop screen as the camera’s viewfinder, but also to control the camera itself.
Using the same software, you can adjust the ISO, white-balance, focus and so on.
This video will also demonstrate some practical usage of the DSLR’s autofocus feature.
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Thanks to Jonathan for the intro!
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when I connect my USB to my computer it says "cannot be used with this version of operating system" or "no camera found" does anyone know how to fix this?
That program you used with the computer is so cool!!! I wish my nikon had something similar. I think I'll save up for a Canon next time.
what about if you have a Macbook Pro and there is no disk slot 🙁
Your shutter speed hurts my eyes.
For the Nikon users out there (and I think it works with some Canon models too), DSLRDashboard is a great android (maybe iphone too?) app that allows you to have FULL control of your camera from your tablet/phone. It even has really amazing features like FOCUS PEAKING (why didn't you put that on the camera to begin with, Nikon? Cheapskates). Of course it requires you to have the little wifi dongle, or a way to connect your camera to your tablet/phone (usb dongle), but it works a treat. Best part? It's freeeeee! Like free beer.
Everyone loves free beer…
unless you're an alcoholic…
or maybe ESPECIALLY if you're an alcoholic.
I guess if you don't like beer, it's free like ice cream…
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So glad I found this!! Getting a new DSLR tomorrow for my photography business but as well for my YouTube since it will be my first one with the ability to film. I was a little worried about how I could get it to focus. Can you start and stop recording with the software as well?
It does 🙂 if you don't have your disc anymore, or you dont have an optical drive, go to canon's site, go to the drivers section and find the EOS utility, you can download it straight from the site with your camera's serial number, it's on the bottom of the camera 🙂
Thats the only option for people that are filming themselves, unless you have a helper.
NO why u use auto focus
Oh my God my BRAIN! Thanks for the amazing tip. I hope this works on a mac.
Oh god…. he didn't know about auto-focusing…. 🙁
can you do ths on an iPod touch is thee an app for it or something
i dont kno about u guys, but i only cam ehere for his wet hair :I
Hi there, do you know "photo SFX art" (search on Google for it)? There you will find a useful free video explaining the best way to take fantastic photos. It made it easier for Matt to take photos that have a jaw-dropping-effect while you look at them. Perhaps it will help you out also.
what is the name of the background music? :/
you should turn image stabilization off when you use a tripod though… it wastes the battery
Hey there, are you familiar with "Photo SFXart Tricks" (just search on Google for it …)? On their website you can watch a great free video showing how you can create fantastic photos. It helped Joe to make photos that leave you with that jaw-dropping-effect whenever you take a look at them. Hopefully it will help you too…
I'm not apart of techwaffle but could possible answer this question if no has already. It's all about the quality you export or save the movie file in, and what program you are using to edit and export with. The newer versions of iMovie for Mac should be able to save your movie file in High Def format, same with Windows Movie Maker for PC. If you're using a program older than 4 years, most likely will not have an HD option.
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yes!! this was a huge help to me. THANK YOU THANK YOU!
MY HAIR STILL WET !
These aren't really tips? More like common sense when filming
@techwaffle question please (one that i constantly ask), but no one ever replies. how do i get my t2i to upload in this quality… each of my t2i uploads on youtube are mad-pixelated. i've read about export settings, but i don't fully understand. i'm working on iMovie because that's all i can afford right now. what to do?
also here's another tip rather than lug your laptop around or spend 300 on a decent monitor with lack of control. Pick up a tablet. I recommend the $199 nexus. Its 7 inches so its big enough to work with. You can find an app for $7.00 on the market place called the DSLR controller. Now you have a portable 8 hour lasting monitor that can also be used as a tablet to share photos and videos and or make appointments with clients. The app lets you do everything the disc canon gives you. Def worth it