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First round(s) of editing Give a brief statement on the project. Questions to ask yourself: What is the topic of the project? Can it be explained in 1-3 sentences? Is there a time limit to the project? If so, time … finish reading The Editing Process
Note: There is a list of iMovie tutorials online at the bottom of this page that are extremely helpful. Be sure to check them out! iMovie is organized into 3 thematic areas, generally found at the top of the screen … finish reading Using iMovie
Notices have appeared in the various media labs around campus: Reed is discontinuing all VHS support, beginning this Fall. The news has come without fanfare, and those who did see the signs were, in all likelihood, even more surprised to … finish reading Discontinuation of VHS Support at Reed / YouTube to VHS ?
This is where you pull everything together. You will review any footage or media, fix any issues with the media, then bring them onto a timeline and do your first edit in the editing software of your choice. Then, refine … finish reading Post-Production (aka Editing)
Gather media. Hopefully you have gathered some multimedia resources from the pre-production phase, and have some high resolution images to work with. Recording video. Be sure to know the rule of thirds and other framing techniques, as well as know some … finish reading Production
Video editing software choices for pc-users Here’s a list of possible video editing software choices. Video editing software choices for Mac-users iMovie is an easy free tool installed on most Macs, and is the best video editing software for its … finish reading Edit the Project with Video Editing Software
This is a brief list of video editing terms; there is plenty more to know that have been compiled elsewhere, from sites such as vimeo.com and videomaker.com. Camera shot and editing terms Here’s a few basics terms to know: Long … finish reading Editing Terms to Know
Screenflow is great for screencasting, but this grab bag of tips can be applied to any screencasting scenario (there’s loads of free screencast software on the web as well). Quicktime can also do screencasting.
As an instructional technologist for performing arts my job is multifaceted. One of the aspect of my job is to look for emerging technologies that could be relevant to education within the performing arts; another aspect is to look for … finish reading Shoot a film with our new iPad filmmaking case!