Video Editing on a Chromebook – Presented By Wes Warner
This session was more of a workshop in which we actually made a short video using the tools that Jim Sills had mentioned using YouTube editor. To find the editor click on Dashboard/creator/editor. Below is the video I created using CC in YouTube Editor. Click the image to view.
Wes started with a storyboard and how it is important from the start to:
- ask questions, such as, what emotions do you feel?
- be consistent with headings/transitions.
- distractions: use the simple fade in and fad out as complicated ones look amateurish
- think about the sort of images / music you want
How to make a video using Creative Commons
- Use CC to watch video to see if you like it. It might have an idea you want. Click and drag into editor
- Drag in image
- Scissors and cut (magnifying glass to right of screen) Click scissors (hand off mouse and move)
- Add Text . Click enable text box.
- Close and go back to videos (click on space beyond the video)
- All changes are saved automatically
- Click on video and go to audio. Turn volume down to remove YouTube audio.
- Go to chrome store.
- Wevideo (This is limited to so much you can do before you are charged.)
- Use Wevideo to use as photo story.
This was a great session as it was so practical and I created my own video using a new app. Being new to Google Apps I would have liked more of these types of workshops.
- Free technology for Teachers
- Edit and Create: Mistersill YT in the Classroom
- My video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9NJ7dvHm1o&edit=vd
- Contact information email: firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @i_teach_ict Google+ Wes Warner