Video set up for Canon T5i and Rode mic

1. Attach mic

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2. Insert SD card

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3. Turn Rode mic ON to middle position. Use top position setting only if you are in a location with a lot of background noise.

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4. Turn Camera on to Video camera icon.

5. Set wheel to M for Manual.

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5. Open and flip screen on back of camera

6. Make sure your battery is charged.

7. Set video file size
-Press Menu Button
-Select 5th red menu option along top of screen (the last red one)
-Select Movie rec. size

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-Select 1280 X 720 60fps (or the file size you want)

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8. Check sound levels
-Press Menu Button
-Select 5th red menu option along top of screen (the last red one)

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-Select Sound recording

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-Ask you subject a question. You want sound meter to register around 12 mark.
-You can set it manually to make it louder or you can move closer.

8. Focus on your subject
-On screen, place white box on subject’s face.
-Press to lock it.

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-If you wish to use auto focus, turn wheel to Auto (Green A). Push camera shutter half way until it focuses on your subject.

9. Record video
-Press the Movie Record button to START (to right of view finder)
-The time counter will begin
-Press the Movie Record button again to STOP

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10. Playback video
Press Playback button (box with blue triangle at bottom right of camera back)

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Additional Resources:
Canon Rebel T5i Tutorial video (Fresno State MCJ)

Canon EOS Rebel T5i for Dummies Cheat Sheet

The official Canon T5i manual (pdf)

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