Video Editing 2
Students will learn how to enhance their videos with better effects and titles.
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year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 5 weeks
40 minutes per class
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***Students will need to have a background in video editing. If your child is new to video editing, please check out my Beginning Video Editing class. Students will also need to have basic computer skills such as typing, using a mouse, switching between Zoom and the editing program and screen sharing*** Now that your child knows the basics of creating their own videos, they are ready to make them even better. In this class, they will learn how to put that little something extra into their...
By the end of the course, students will be able to create their own titles and add effects to enhance their videos.
Ever since I took a short video editing class in college, video editing has been one of my favorite hobbies. For years I have been creating home videos in my free time. When I became a teacher, I began creating video yearbooks for my kindergarten classes and even decided to start a YouTube channel to share my love of Disney and travel videos with others. I am constantly learning new editing skills and very excited to teach these skills to others.
Students will need to film content for their videos in between classes. Students should also work on editing their projects outside of class time.
Students will need a device for filming and taking pictures (cell phones work great) Paper and pencil to take notes If you are new to Filmora9, the program is free! It will ask you to purchase a license, but that isn't necessary. You will need to set up an online account to be able to complete and share videos. The online account also gives you access to more resources such as music, effects, and titles.
At the end of the course, they will be encouraged to share their completed video with the class. Their final project should showcase the skills they learned in class.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Creating things and working with technology can get frustrating for young learners. Sometimes the ideas we have in our head do not always work out the way we want them too, we may encounter glitches with the technology and some of the skills we practice may be difficult at first. Please remind students not to give up when they become frustrated, to be patient, try their best, and ask for help.
Angelica RoybalShaping Minds
84 total reviews
112 completed classes
Hi! I am Mrs. Angelica and I teach Kindergarten. My two favorite subjects to teach are Reading and Math. It is a joy for me to work with young students and help them learn the foundations that they will need to succeed throughout school and life....