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Using Video in the Classroom And for assignments
The whole process is backwards Start with answering the question “How will this video be seen by the final viewer?”
Ask who are the viewers or audience of your video? Instructors (this is a formal assignment) Other students (this is a class presentation) General Public (this is to represent you to the world)
Planning the Video Preparation The idea How do you want this to look Who is it really for? Your Instructor A grade Do they have a preference of viewing format? CD, DVD, Media file on Thumb Drive, Online, or part of a D2L course
Planning the Video Availability of talent Availability of equipment Editing time Conflicts in your life
Scripting Road map of where you are going Text Script Storyboard
Shooting the video Camera Choices Digital Video Camera (tape based) av Digital Video Camera (memory flash card) av Still Video Camera (most have a video component) Cel Phone
Editing the video Computer based Editors available in Learning Commons Windows Movie Maker Premiere Elements OnLine Editors available over network Windows Movie Maker Live http://explore.live.com/windows- live-movie-maker?os=other YouTube Editor http://www.youtube.com/editor
Editing the video Time – 1 minute takes 1 hour Create the Interview Bed Fill in with B-Roll (Covering Material)
Packaging their video when it is finished Record as a Media file for CD or Flash Card This is best when you are turning in a DVD or presenting once to a class. It is not good for sharing with other people. There is a cost involved.
Packaging their video when it is finished Record directly to DVD with Camera set-up from AudioVisual Services This is good for longer videos (over 30 minutes), Presentation Videos to be given to someone, Playback that is not exclusively on a computer. It is not so good because there is costs involved And extra rendering time to complete the video.
Packaging their video when it is finished Upload video to YouTube for viewing http://www.youtube.com/ http://www.youtube.com/ This is good because you can share it with either everyone or just a private group. It does not cost. It does take some time to upload.
Help Come to AudioVisual Services for Assistance and Advice