Make the most from the project videos on our YouTube channel.Learn about the controls, settings and how to make the experience more enjoyable.
The rationale behind this project.What are the pros and cons of developing your own media for learning.
A quick introduction to screencasting.Few tips to help you create better videos.
Would you consider writing a script for your video?Watch this video to help you understand the reasons behind writing a script.
Understand the differences between the various microphoneand choose the one that will suite your media needs.
How to avoid looking awkward when presenting in front of the cameraand what do we need to be aware to make our appearance more pleasant to the viewer.
Just a quick introduction to these ubiquitous devices, pointing outtheir capabilities when recording voice and video.
How to utilised your iOS device camera. Learn how to adjust the exposure, select the focus and lock them with needed.
Learn how to use the built in device microphone and how to record with a lavalier (clip-on) Rode microphone.
We used two iPads, one was closer to the board and the other recording the presenter. We use continues lighting since it was a dark day. Voice was recorded with a Rode lavalier on an iPhone.
How to start a new project and how to upload video clips into it.The first steps before starting your editing.
Learn about the various tools in iMovie,their location on the screen, appearance and functionalities.
Shorten, split and cut your clips and learn about the transitions between the cuts.
Learn how to add still images and animated text to your movie.
Learn how to add music and sound effects to your creation, you can even add your own voice.
You can even have your presenter appear in a small frame on top of your video or maybe on the side, if you prefer. This video will teach you how to do that.
The last step in the process. Once you have finished your work you can upload the video to social media sites or share it with computers and other devices.
A quick introduction to these quality machines, their suitability in creating media and what to expect when using them.
How to utilise QuickTime to record your screen and some tips for simple editing with this software.
Why iMovie is our preferred tool for editing videos on a Mac.
Follow the first steps to start the programme with a new movie and upload your first clip into your project.
Begin editing with how to bring your clips or part of a clip into your timeline.
The Crop tool is an important tool in editing, you can trim, crop and enable Ken Burns, a panning and zooming effect .
Learn how to add titles and animated text to your video and how to use backgrounds to enhance your text.
Sound and video effects can add some fun to your video and can enhance the viewer experience.
You can add jingles and sounds to your creation. Preview them from the iMovie library and bring them straight to your timeline.
This video will show you how to add transitions between your clips and how to adjust them.
One you have happy with your video, you can upload it to social media sites or share it with others.
An overview of the Keynote workspace, the menus and the options youhave that will enable you to create text animations and slideshows.
Learn how to edit and animate your text, bring it into your presentation, enhance it and animate it out of your slide.
The animations in the video made with Keynote. The voiceover recorded with iPod touch and added to the video using iMovie.
This video was recorded with a guide voice track only (notice the noises in the background) later it will be replaced with the final voice track that will be recorded with a proper microphone in a quiet room.
Just a quick introduction to Windows PCs and what to expect when using them to develop media.
Follow this link to download Office Mix from Microsoft website.
Add Office Mix features to your PowerPoint presentations. Add the presenter video to your slide recording.
With Office Mix you can capture and record your screen for your screencast.
Once you are done, you can export your MiX to a video file.
Learn how to animate text inside your PowerPoint slides. Bring the text in, enhance it and take it out with fabulous animations andfinally, export your slideshow to a video file.