04-06-2019 04:31 PM - edited 04-06-2019 04:33 PM
I've never created a course or even a lecture that wasn't a screencast. Now with my Udemy Shirt on, I can get in front of the camera at least to introduce the lectures.
I wouldn't want to subject the Students to my 'radiant' forehead for too long
Thank you Udemy for all you do and for this awesome upgrade to the platform! Keep up the great work.
- Steve D.
04-06-2019 05:22 PM
Nice shirt. Now, tell the truth, did you make the top of your head intentionally bright for this picture? 🙂
I've recorded nothing but screencasts for almost 5 years now. But, I'm going you one better... green screen talking head with a virtual studio.
Check out (still a lot of work to do):
and consider what you want to do.
04-06-2019 05:39 PM
Nope! That is my natural glow
That background you have looks pretty good Brian. I'm embarrassed to say I've had the green-screen setup for many years and have never taken them out of the bag.
Maybe now is the time to un-bag and de-wrinkle them.
Best of success on your course.
- Steve D.
04-06-2019 05:48 PM
Go for it. Maybe we can learn what we're doing together.
One of the comments I received on my video is that I'm looking at a script, being held off-camera by my lovely wife (oops), in the lower left away from the camera. I have a mind like a sieve, so rather than memorize a 2:30 script I purchased a telepompter that that I can shoot through so that I'm looking straight at the camera.
I also need to reduce the contrast on me, move the camera back to incorporate myself into my studio, fix my lighting and reduce the green screen reflection. But I'm having fun :-).
All the best and keep in touch,
04-06-2019 08:17 PM
Have a nice courses with it.
I wish i have one !
04-06-2019 09:36 PM
Lucky you! Congratulations.
Mine still is in transit, it says. Stuck in SF.
Wrote to the Udemy store twice. Still, no luck
04-06-2019 09:38 PM
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