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.
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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.
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.
Learn the fundamentals of video storytelling and how to teach amazing video storytelling projects.
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.
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.
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.
Learn how to create compelling animated narrated videos with amazing ease.
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.
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.
I was wondering if anyone is using video clips to provide feedback to students via any E-Learning systems like Blackboard. I was to start doing this in the Fall but wanted to know the pros and cons for doing it.
This semester long curriculum introduces students to Adobe Premier and the DSLR as a video tool through 6 teacher directed projects. A self-directed project is also included. Each lesson includes a checklist of objectives for students to meet as well as online resources, rubrics and reflections.
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
This series of lessons are part of my Video unit that I do with my Year 10 Multimedia class. Ill leave links to the 4 blogs below (which explain the process) and the video tutorials that I have created along with some finished work samples. If you view the blogs in the order set out below you will get an idea of the lesson sequences. Continuity Editing Lesson Blog Letterboxes Colour Grade Transitions Foley Sound Completed Project I dont have a video tutorial for everything that goes with the unit but I will add to/update this resource when I teach it again next year. Also, some of the video tutorials that I use are not embedded in the blogs so I will add them into this post. I hope that you might find something that may be of use in your own classroom. Feel free to leave feedback, comments or suggestions :)
This is a link to the Copyright Clearance Center video and podcast page. This site has downloadable videos and handouts on copyright policies and uses. http://www.copyright.com/learn/media-downloads/videos/
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
Cinematic VR & 360˚ video production by Max Schleser (Adobe Education Leader, Victoria) Software - Adobe Premiere Pro Connect Room: https://my.adobeconnect.com/tkitchen 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.
Use the EdgeHero js library to add a background video to an Edge Animate composition/
For this project students will explore how past experience(s) and background knowledge is used to deconstruct media messages. Each student will produce a narrative short that will illustrate a lesson learned or an experience that caused a change. Students will be able to demonstrate learned basic video techniques and production process complete with brainstorm, script, storyboard, production short, and reflection.
Teachers have very little time free outside of their allotted preparation time. Therefore planning and creating learning resources needs to be simple and speedy. Adobe Spark Video ( https://spark.adobe.com/sp/) is the perfect tool for making quick reusable videos that explain key concepts. Don't forget, make it once and you can use these resources again and again. How do I make a 30 second video? 1. Decide on the key concept you want the students to learn, keep it simple. 2. Make an outline of the key points to help your audience understand what the video is for. In my example I use Spark Post to do this) This also acts as a make do script. 3. Open Spark Video 4. Record the key points, one per slide. Keep these super short. 5. Go back and add images, icons, text or video to reinforce the key points. 6. Add a little background audio to enhance the experience and help the narrative flow a little. 7. Publish and share the video with your loving students! Can you show me how? Here's my video demonstrating how to make a 30 second video: https://vimeo.com/264988788 And what does the final video look like? It looks like this: https://vimeo.com/264866141
A simple challenge I created on how to use Adobe Spark Video.
Here's a video about typography and the basic fundamentals in design.
For this assignment, individual students will research and produce a popular science vlog (a short video) using Adobe Spark fitting the theme of “public health.” Students will synthesize current scientific findings on a specific public health issue and communicate the important points in an aesthetically pleasing and compelling way to viewers, which may include experts and non-experts alike. The video should include voiceover narration as well as images and video clips. Students will gain an increased understanding of how to read and process scientific discourse as well as how to make difficult information easier to understand, honing their summarizing and paraphrasing skills. Students will also improve their research, organization, and design skills.
I just wrote a blog post detailing how to use Spark Video, including my suggestions for best practices for use by college faculty. http://lccc-tmt.blogspot.com/2016/07/spark-video-turn-your-photos-into-videos.html