Coding & Tech
Introduction to Video Production for Future YouTube Stars
In this 4-week course, students will learn how to plan, record, edit, and publish videos for YouTube.
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In this 3-week course, students will learn how to plan, record, edit, and publish videos for YouTube. This is a fun, in-depth course covering the five-step video creation process and tools for students who wish to become content creators for YouTube. During this course, students will have an opportunity to create at least two videos. THIS COURSE DOES NOT COVER SETTING UP A YOUTUBE CHANNEL, GAMING VIDEOS, OR GETTING SUBSCRIBERS. We have other courses that cover those topics in-depth, so if...
This class is taught in English.
Students will spend 1-3 hours each week working independently on their videos.
Students will need an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet to record and edit their videos. The device will need the following app installed: - KineMaster (app) - https://kinemaster.com/ - YouTube (app) - https://youtube.com Students will also need a YouTube account if they wish to upload and share their videos. We do not walk kids through creating an account (which we will explain during class). You can find instructions for creating an account here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1646861 We do not support using an Android or iOS emulator on a computer (i.e. Bluestacks) to use any software, and we don't recommend or support using a Chromebook or Kindle Fire for this class. PLEASE HAVE ALL SOFTWARE INSTALLED BEFORE THE START OF CLASS. All of the required software is free. You do not need to purchase anything. Just make sure it’s installed before class begins. The instructor won’t be able to wait for students to install software at the start of any class session.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
YouTube requires content creators to be at least 13 years of age to have an account, so a parent/guardian must create any accounts for their child to upload videos. You should monitor the videos that your child uploads to make sure they aren't sharing inappropriate/personal information. If you are not comfortable with your child uploading their videos, there's no need to create an account, but your student might not be able to follow along with some portions of the class. Please see this helpful guide for more information: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/learning-with-technology/is-it-ok-for-my-kid-to-start-her-own-youtube-channel
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