The production phase of the digital video workflow is where you follow your production plan and shoot all the required video and collect all the assets. Use this activity to introduce students to effective uses of video shot techniques and video shooting tips, such as proper lighting and capturing audio. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Adobe XD
- Adobe Advertising Cloud
- Adobe Analytics Cloud
- Adobe AIR
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Captivate Prime
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Adobe Experience Cloud
- Flash Player
- Fuse (Beta)
- Illustrator Draw
- Lightroom Classic
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Express
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Scan
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
Thinking about and planning the core elements of your film ahead of time is always helpful. The pre-production phase of the digital video workflow often includes any and all research, writing, shot plans, proposals, treatments, and storyboards that are used to inform the production and post-production phases. In this activity students are introduced to the video pre-production phase and are asked to create shot lists, project proposals, and treatments. File Update: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Shooting and editing video is fun and easy. With today's technology, you can make compelling videos and films. Use this activity to introduce students to digital videos, the digital video production workflow, and the tools used to produce excellent video projects. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Post-production is where you will bring your masterpiece to life. Use this activity to teach your students about the post-production phase, which includes capturing video from a camera, viewing raw footage, and non-linear editing. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Digital Video: Foundations of Video Design and Production is a project-based curriculum that develops career and communication skills in digital video production, using Adobe tools. The Digital Video curriculum develops four key skill areas: project management and collaboration; design; research and communication; and professional video production, using Adobe tools.
These resources are a suggested workflow for using Adobe tools in the pre-production process.
Cinematic VR & 360˚ video production by Max Schleser (Adobe Education Leader, Victoria) Software - Adobe Premiere Pro Recording - https://my.adobeconnect.com/pfowze2942si/ Description When working with Cinematic VR & 360˚ video production we are exploring new filmmaking forms and production formats. We are working with new 360˚ cameras, new filmmaking techniques and new distribution environments. This presentation will share some thoughts on pre-production, production and post-production with Adobe Premiere Pro. I will showcase some of the approaches learned in the Experimental Screen Production class at Swinburne University. About the presenter Max Schleser is a filmmaker, who explores emerging media and smartphones for creative transformation and media production. His portfolio (www.schleser.nz) includes various moving-image, experimental film and collaborative documentary projects, which are screened at film festivals, galleries, museums, such as Videoscope, Pocket Film Festival, HeART beat Festival, Museu da Imagem e do Som do Estado, South London Gallery, East End Film Festival, Future Film and The Smalls, FLEFF Film Festival, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision - New Zealand Film Archive and Te Papa Tongarewa - Museum of New Zealand. His experimental cinematic VR work Neocoretx screened at SF3 in Sydney (2017) and the Melbourne VR Fringe (2017). Max Schleser is a Senior Lecturer in Film and TV at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He teaches 360º video production and cinematic VR in Film and TV as well as the new Screen Production course. He also developed workshop models for community engagement through 360º videos in research projects for Pacific communities in New Zealand as part of a research project funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand.
A Road Map for Teaching Video Production by Joel Aarons (Adobe Education Leader) Software - Adobe Premiere Pro, Premiere Clip & After Effects Recording: https://my.adobeconnect.com/pp44s58y4gz0/ Description In this session, Victorian AEL Joel Aarons will go through various lessons and projects that he has taught from K-6. From first picking up an iPad in the first year of school to collaborating on a short film in Grade 6, Joel will show how his students have developed and consolidated their skills in the art of shooting and editing video. Projects in this session can easily be adapted for secondary school as well. About the presenter Joel Aarons is a primary school teacher at Bentleigh West Primary School who has been teaching Media Arts from K-6 for the last two years. He has been an AEL for the past three years and loves not only teaching creativity through digital tools, but networking with teachers. He has spoken and presented at a number of conferences, blogs regularly at Confessions of a Media Arts Teacher, and also put a book out with a years’ worth of curriculum to teach Media Arts in the primary years.
Adobe APAC Live Event recording: When working with Cinematic VR & 360˚ video production we are exploring new filmmaking forms and production formats. We are working with new 360˚ cameras, new filmmaking techniques and new distribution environments. This presentation will share some thoughts on pre-production, production and post-production with Adobe Premiere Pro. I will showcase some of the approaches learned in the Experimental Screen Production class at Swinburne University.
Introduction to Samsung Gear 360 2017 | Editing 360 videos in Premiere Pro (2017) | Post-production using Mocha plugin in AFX | Using WondaVR to make 360 videos interactive |
The Learning objective is: At the end of the Professional Development Session, educators will be able to identify the basic tools of Adobe Premiere for importing, editing and exporting video. Participants will identify basic elements of the Adobe Premiere Pro interface GUI (Graphic User Interface) The sequence of skills is divided in 3 moments a) Importing material b) Working with material c) Exporting material What will they be working on exactly? Once they are grouped in pairs by level of comfort with technology and interest level. I will ask educators to create a high-school promotion video. This video must show, what our school offers, (arts, sports, music, science, plays), etc. They will find multimedia elements in a Project Folder. And they will be asked to explore and organize this content in Adobe Premiere. What assets are they importing? In the project folder, they will find some high school footage I recorded earlier, background video animations, background music and recorded voice audio. What project are they creating? In this guided practice, they will create a school promotion video. What type of task or project would motivate your participants here? I will ask them to reflect on how Adobe Premiere, would help to their course. In the following link you will find the assets I use for this session. http://goo.gl/M0gAeb
Hello All! Below is a link to two playlists i have gathered from across a variety of film tutorial videos on YouTube. The first one is production focused including videos on: camera operation, movement, framing, lighting, white balance and sound recording. The second one is more geared towards Post-production techniques using Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. These playlists serve as a great reference for my senior Multimedia students when they are undertaking the film unit at school. We use DSLR cameras for all our video work at school. Would love to get feedback on this list and suggestions for other film based tutorials that you find valuable to your teaching! Cinematography Fundamentals (Production) Cinematography Intermediate (Post) Regards, Andrew Lai
Hello I am trying to start a production program at my high school. I have given the superintendent and board information regarding increasing creative opportunities and boosting 21st century skills. They are also requesting some sort of hard data numbers to back up these claims. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Thanks
We are putting together a small video production lab at our High School. My question is Mac Pro or HP I'm looking for two computers one of which would primarily be the render machine. Thanks
Examples and FAQs regarding production library music in video production.
This workshop provides an overview of the three Adobe Digital Careers Curriculums: Digital Design, Video Production, and Visual Design.
Video editing is a major part of the video post-production process. Typically in post-production you capture video from a camera, view your raw footage, trim the clips for the best parts, sequence them on a timeline, and add transitions, titles, music, sound effects, and special effects. This activity introduces students to video editing and transitions. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Learn the skills you need to create compelling and engaging videos that will get students curious to learn more. Teach your students to make their own videos on topics they care about.
My 2012-2013 syllabus for teaching Video Production. Take it apart, change, add, improve, and make it your own!
Most video must now be served in multiple formats to be viewed from multiple different devices. To make video web-ready you also need to consider file size and bandwidth issues. Choosing the correct file format for a video project ensures your video can be viewed properly across platforms and devices. Use this activity to introduce students to the options for exporting video to different mediums and formats, file types, and the need for the various formats. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
In this sites you’ll learn essential pre-production techniques so you can accurately charge for video projects and ensure you have enough dollars allotted to cover your costs.
To produce quality videos, students need to understand how digital videos are shot and the overall workflow. Students develop video production skills through creating an introductory video project, evaluating effective uses of video shot techniques, and building a video sequence. Students apply the skills and understanding they gain in this project to creating digital videos and designing client products in succeeding projects. Students focus on learning about a variety of video shots and using Adobe Premiere Pro to edit a series of clips into a cuts-only, coherent short video. Student product: Short video sequence and shot techniques document File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
Keynote presentation that covers the basic steps for pre-production, including script breakdown, storyboarding, equipment considerations, and crew roles.
This is a detailed rubric that I use for several areas of production that give students exactly what they are being assessed on and allows them to understand the areas they are expected to practice and become fluid in over the year.