Introduction to Digital Video and Online Editing

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Introduction to Digital Video and Online Editing How to prepare, shoot, and use an online video editor with your video Presenter: Jose Carrillo

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Introduction to Digital Video and Online Editing:

Introduction to Digital Video and Online Editing How to prepare, shoot, and use an online video editor with your video By Jose Carrillo

First Things First:

First Things First Pre Production: Script: What did you want to say? Storyboard: What did you have in mind? Location: Where do you want to shoot?

Script :

Script Write down what you want to say. An outline is fine: just figure out what information you want to tell. (especially important if you are creating video for someone else)

Storyboard and Location:

Storyboard and Location Used with the script, this helps you lay out what you want to be on screen. Free Storyboard Templates: http://www.dropbox.com/sh/1uz259wq7wgzwsd/3zv_Jg_hbP

Production:

Production Before you start: Battery/Power supply? Equipment? (tripod, mic, headphones, tape, etc.) Test Record: record some footage and play it back.

Production:

Production Location: Listen for any background noise (headphones) Watch for bright backgrounds Look for a well lit area Utilize all available light Audio: Use external microphone, if possible. Monitor your audio with headphones. Buzzing sound? Check to see if you have to set the jack to "headphones".

Production:

Production Setup to record: Set up tripod by extending legs as wide as they go. Mount camera Plug in headphones and microphone If there is a power plug nearby, plug in the camera

Production:

Production Zoom into the eyes of the person you will be recording Focus on the eyes Pull back to desired shot Press the record button, and wait 5 seconds Countdown to let talent know when to start talking: "five, four, three, two,......" Do not say one, just use a hand gesture, such as pointing to the talent, to let them know when to start. This will give you flexibility when editing.

Production:

Production Rule of Thirds A basic compositing tool. Divide the image into nine areas. The borders of these sections are where you should place important elements of the shot, like the person you are interviewing, or an area of action you want to draw the eye to.

Production:

Production Pay Attention to the background A busy background can detract from the message you originally wanted the image to convey.

Production:

Production Be sure you are recording. Again, be sure you are recording. Time counting up? Red light on? Does it say "REC"? One more time; Be Sure You Are Recording

Production:

Production MANDATORY INTERVIEW FIRST QUESTION: "Could you state your full name and spell it for me?" Open ended answers are good "Describe how you felt? "Why did you feel that was important?"

Production:

Production WRAP UP: Did you forget anything? Follow script; Did you shoot everything? Check your script/notes. If you haven't been checking off shots as you finished them, double check to make sure it was recorded. Did you leave anything behind?

Post Production:

Post Production Edit and Export video. This Workshop will discuss Online Video Editing: YouTube Editor WeVideo.com

Music?:

Music? http://sprng.me/lpeY5no-2Lz8rPx5rPy18iey5mbnZydycrOy5mayM-1bnJrJns-1ZzQ2

YouTube Video Editor:

YouTube Video Editor

Trim a YouTube Video:

Trim a YouTube Video Video Manager>Edit> Enhancements> Trim This will allow you to trim the ends.

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor http://youtube.com/editor This will allow you more editing capabilities

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Trim: You can trim a clips beginning or ending.

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Transitions: you can add another video from your account, then apply a transition

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Instead of overusing transitions: Use a blank black screen. Click on text tab. Drag the "Centered Tile" to the proper space in the timeline. When you place it, a popup box will appear. Delete the text from the text box and you'll have a black screen transition.

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Slideshow: you can add photos from your photo album or your desktop

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Music: "Please Note: After you change your video's soundtrack to one from the YouTube library, the video won't be eligible for revenue sharing. Additionally, advertisements may be displayed on videos that contain soundtracks from the library." —YouTube AKA: Ads will be added!

YouTube Editor:

YouTube Editor Export: This will create a totally new video. Your video will show up on the Youtube channel once it has been rendered. There is no easy way to download completed videos from your YouTube channel....

WeVideo Online Editor:

WeVideo Online Editor

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor WeVideo.com Log in using your Facebook, Google, or Yahoo account. Or, create a username.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Create a New Project, give it a name, and choose an editing mode.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Add media by going to the "Me" section. Upload videos, pictures, and audio.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Starting and Naming a New Video Once you create a project, you can choose videos you have exported, and even duplicate a video to re-edit.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Storyboard Editing

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Timeline Editing

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Simple Timeline Editing

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Advanced Timeline Editing

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Theme: each theme has a color effect and specific transitions and titles related to the theme.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Publish

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor Upload videos to YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, Google Drive, and the WeVideo Library.

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor

WeVideo Editor:

WeVideo Editor

PowerPoint Presentation:

Questions?

Ready for a test?:

Ready for a test? 5 Shot Rule: Hands (tight) Face (tight) Hands and Face (medium) Over the Shoulder (medium) "Something Else" (often NOT wide) 10 Second Rule: get at least 10 seconds of good video; the longer the better for editing.

Ready for a test?:

Ready for a test? Videos to use: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B1Z6fuE8tY0wbzVMZDYzeFM3Qlk&usp=sharing or http://bit.ly/14P7lUi

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