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.
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How to create a short Business Avert video clip. In this tutorial you will be using various media such as Videos images, sound and sequence animation to create a short business advert using Photoshop. You will Learn how: To manipulate the duration and speed of a video.To Add images and videos To create text in a video clipTo import a sequence animationTo set transitions and use timeline properties Click here to download resources
Create your own music video, or online commercial, using Photoshop. Included: Color correctionTransitions AudioPan/Zoom for photosPicture-in-Picture Direct link: https://youtu.be/YxMUI8GR0oU
This tutorial shows basic video editing techniques using Photoshop. Following this tutorial, you will create a video gallery including transitions, effects, and sound. After Completing this tutorial you will learn how to: Apply TransitionsImport still images, video clips, and sound on the timeline.Apply filters and blend modes on video clipsRender a video from Photoshop Enjoy! Link to Video
Advanced Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro by Dr Tim Kitchen (Senior Education Specialist, Adobe - APAC) Software - Adobe Premiere Pro Connect Room: https://my.adobeconnect.com/p9iy7asm0pix/ Description This Live Event is specifically for teachers who already know the basics of how to use Premiere pro and are looking to go to the next level with chroma-keying, colour correction and looks at the new title features within Premiere Pro 2018. It assumes knowledge of the basics such as file management, simple editing, transitions, adding & adjusting audio, titles, adding still images, picture in picture and how to export for web and large screen. About the presenter With over twenty years of teaching and education leadership experience in Melbourne, Dr Tim Kitchen is currently Adobe’s Senior Education Specialist for Asia Pacific. Tim regularly liaises with government officials, schools, universities, Adobe partner companies and organisations with a focus on enhancing creativity in education. He also manages the Adobe Education leadership and active use programs throughout Australasia and supports the professional learning activities within the Adobe Education Exchange ( https://edex.adobe.com). A passionate advocate for creativity in education, and a well-recognised education thought leader in Australia, Tim is a regular writer and presenter for a wide range of national and international journals and conferences.
With the latest release of Premiere Pro (CC 2015.3) comes a slick workflow for editing Virtual Reality footage. In this technical tutorial I will explain how to stitch your VR material coming from the Ricoh Theta S camera, edit it in Premiere Pro and upload it to YouTube.
Video editing with Premiere Pro for beginners by Dr Tim Kitchen (Senior Education Specialist, Adobe - APAC) Software - Adobe Premiere Pro Recording: https://my.adobeconnect.com/p6v29hq7y4vf/ Description This Live Event is specifically for teachers who are interested in video production but are yet to discover how with Adobe Premiere Pro. It covers the basics such as file management, simple editing, transitions, adding & adjusting audio, titles, adding still images, picture in picture and how to export for web and large screen. All the basics required to make a quality video story. About the presenter With over twenty years of teaching and education leadership experience in Melbourne, Dr Tim Kitchen is currently Adobe’s Senior Education Specialist for Asia Pacific. Tim regularly liaises with government officials, schools, universities, Adobe partner companies and organisations with a focus on enhancing creativity in education. He also manages the Adobe Education leadership and active use programs throughout Australasia and supports the professional learning activities within the Adobe Education Exchange (https://edex.adobe.com). A passionate advocate for creativity in education, and a well-recognised education thought leader in Australia, Tim is a regular writer and presenter for a wide range of national and international journals and conferences.
ADVANCED MOVIE-MAKING COURSE UNIT 2 - DIRECTING, CINEMATOGRAPHY & AUDIO-VIDEO EDITING COURSE BRIEF: Quiet on the set....Action! Do you want to become the next big movie director? In Advanced Movie-Making students will be given the opportunity to explore the world of movie-making by creating movieprojects that combine cinematography, video-editing, animation, live audio, recorded audio, motion graphics, special effects, chroma-keying, time-lapse video, and portfolio development. This stand-alone ICT course is made up of the following 2 half credit ICT framework courses: Broadcast Media (BMHR35S) and Interactive Media (IMHR35S). UNITS & ASSESSMENT: UNIT 1 - SPECIAL EFFECTS & MOTION GRAPHICS - 35% In the opening sequence of the unit, students will explore basic training in the field of special effects and motion graphics. Students will apply their knowledge in a series of tasks that explore each of the key areas of study. 45 hours Portfolio Development 10% Activities 15% Hands-on test(s) 10% UNIT 2 - DIRECTING, CINEMATOGRAPHY & AUDIO-VIDEO EDITING - 35% This unit explores the strategies and techniques used when directing movies (pre-production, production and post-production) and how to be an aware and critical of the right cinematography (composition, shot, angle and camera movement). Students will apply their critical skills in deconstructing movies and will design their own video campaign around a student identified genre video project. 45 hours Portfolio Development 10%Activities 15%Hands-on test(s) 10% SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 30% For the final assessment students will create an animated short film that applies the theories and concepts explored throughout the course. The final project (with the exam) is worth 30% of the student's final grade. 20 hours Summative 20% Exam 10%
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
Create and edit videos for teaching and learning. Make videos tailored to your classroom and introduce video editing to your students with confidence.
Even teachers with little or no video editing experience can easily engage their students in the creative process of video presentations. At the end of the professional development session, the participants will be able to use Premiere Clip to create an engaging edited video and feel comfortable teaching students to quickly edit video clips for presentation s of varied topics. For students, this can be used as an engaging, multidisciplinary tool to analyze and apply knowledge through editing video and photographs. It can aid in gaining a deeper understanding of a subject through active creativity. Move students from being digital media consumers to being digital media creators. ProductSkillstoIntroduce: use Premier Clip Interface import content add music automatically edit video make manual editorial adjustments output video
Adobe Audition is a stand-alone audio editing and sound-mixing program that allows you to edit and apply audio effects to the audio from video footage. Use this activity to introduce your students to Adobe Audition to learn how to edit audio and mix sound to enable them to be more creative with their audio. File Updates: Files updated on September 25, 2017 to Adobe Audition CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
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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.
Adobe Photoshop has many advanced image manipulation features, including the ability to manipulate color, use filters, change or create an image's perspective, warping images, and creating 3D images that enable user to create powerful images. Use this activity to introduce your students to some advanced imaged editing techniques to help them design creative, unusual, and stunning images. File Updates: Files updated on December 5, 2016 to Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 (November 2016) release.Files updated on January 29, 2018 to Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 (version 22.0 - October 2017) release.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Introduction to Video Editing is an activity-based syllabus that teaches technical skills for video editing using Adobe tools. Each activity contains a small task within so students are learning and refining their skills as they complete each task. Each activity also contains student guides to use in order to learn the technical skills required to complete each task.
This tutorial Demonstrates how to create simple video editing with ADOBE Premiere CS5 (you can use later versions) using transition effects using Photos, Videos and Sound. You will also learn how to render your video editing for the Web and the general broadcast applying the appropriate codecs settings. This is what you will learn:Identify appropriate video and sound editing tools. Identify transition effects Audio /Video.Apply transition effects for videos and sounds. Render with appropriate codecs and format for various purposes.
When used correctly, video effects help create polished and professional-looking video projects. Use this activity to introduce your students to effects, including how to apply text effects, motion effects, and image effects. File Updates: Files updated on July 17, 2017 to Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.1 (April 2017) release.
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.