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video editing for mobile devices

WeVideo

http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/07/this-is-how-to-create-videos-in-google.html

mobile app available here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wevideo-video-editor-and/okgjbfikepgflmlelgfgecmgjnmnmnnb

Google is now elbowing with YouTube Capture (free) , Splice (free), iMovie (paid), Adobe Premiere Clip (free) – Android, iOS and several others for the basic video editing turf on mobile devices. Its big pitch – being directly connected to Google Drive.

Additional mobile apps for video editing: VidTrim (free) Pro ($1.99) – Android only; SloPro – iOS only; Magisto (available for both iOS and Android); Vee for Video ($1.99) – iOS; Lumify, (free), VideoGrade (5.99) – iOS; KineMaster (free) – Android; PowerDirector (free) – Android; Pinnacle Studio Pro ($14.99) – iOS; Movie Edit Touch (free) –  Windows:
https://www.gazelle.com/thehorn/2013/11/25/best-video-editing-apps-for-ios-android/
http://www.stuff.tv/features/10-best-video-editing-apps-mobile
http://mashable.com/2012/07/25/video-editing-apps
http://mashable.com/2013/06/05/video-edit-apps/#4Y3PWgcp2ZqQ
http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/ios-android-video-editing-apps/

10 Best Video Editing Apps for Phones and Tablets: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/pictures-story/511-Video-Editor-Android-iOS-Video-Filters.html

More on the topic in this blog:

How to Use the Free YouTube Video Editor

5 Options for Creating Screen Capture Images and Videos – Including on Chromebooks

video editing

How to blur a face in the crowd.

I just got a request from a student from School of Education SOE). She has an issue, which pops up rather frequently with pre-service teachers from SOE. When she videotapes in the classroom, she is supposed to obtain permission for the video recording. In her case, one of the student wanted to be blurred out.

Here is a short YouTube video, which guides you through the iMovie process. The same is for Final Cut Pro:

also helpful hints here: https://sites.google.com/site/karstenschluter/imovie09tricks

Video Creation and Editing 101

Video Creation and Editing 101

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2014/08/video-creation-and-editing-101.htm



more resources from our IMS blog on video editing:

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/06/24/social-media-how-to-create-awesome-online-videos-tools-and-software-to-make-it-easy/

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/06/19/how-to-use-the-free-youtube-video-editor/

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/03/15/free-technology-for-teachers-5-video-projects-to-try-with-your-students/

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/2014/02/07/videonotes-free-web-tool-that-allows-students-to-take-notes-on-a-video-they-are-watching/

Per Tom Hergert:

The Vimeo Blog: Editing 101
https://vimeo.com/blog/post/5-tips-to-instantly-improve-your-compositions

https://vimeo.com/blog/post/master-your-iphone-settings-for-boastfully-beautif

https://vimeo.com/blog/post/teach-yourself-filmmaking-3-tips-from-self-taught

https://vimeo.com/blog/post/video-editing-101-free-tips-for-wrangling-imovie-p

https://vimeo.com/blog/post/ep1-welcome-to-mastering-mobile-video

 

post portion of video

How to Share a Portion of a YouTube Video

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2017/09/how-to-share-portion-of-youtube-video.html

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more on video editing in this IMS blog
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=video+editing

more on EdPuzzle in this IMS blog
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=edpuzzle

more on YouTube in this IMS blog
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youtube Captivate:

video for learning and teaching

Videos in the classroom: fast and easy.

Feb. 10, 10-10:45PM. MC 205. attendees cap is 5.

List of other instruction sessions available here: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/free-tech-instruction/

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tools video creation

8 Ways to Create Videos on Chromebooks

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2016/12/8-ways-to-create-videos-on-chromebooks.html

Adobe Spark is a suite of free tools for creating images, videos, and simple web pages. Key features of Adobe Spark’s web app include an integrated Creative Commons image search tool, the option to download images as JPEGs, and the option to download your videos as MP4 files

Sharalike is a good option to consider when you want to create an audio slideshow. To create an audio slideshow on Sharalike simply import some images from your computer, your Android device or from your iPad, drag them into the sequence in which you want them to appear, and then add some music. Sharalike offers a small collection of stock music that you can use or you can upload your own music.

PowToon is a popular tool for creating animated videos online. PowToon provides a drag-and-drop editor for creating animated videos. The videos that you create feature digital paper cut-outs on a colorful background. Think of PowToon as an online tool for creating videos in the style made popular by Common Craft. PowToon provides drawings of people and objects that you can arrange on blank canvas. After adding your narration to the arrangement you can publish your video.

Magisto is a video creation tool that allows you to quickly drag videos and images from your desktop and or Google Drive account to your Magisto account. After you’ve uploaded the media that you want mixed, select a theme and music for your video.From the video clips and images that you upload, Magisto will select the best portions to remix and blend together. Magisto creates your video after you’ve completed the steps of uploading media, selecting a theme, and choosing music. The final video is emailed to you. In addition to the web-based service Magisto offers a Chrome app, an Android app, and an iPad app.

Chrome app called CaptureCast. CaptureCast, produced by Cattura Video, allows you to record the screen on your Chromebook as well as input from your webcam. To record a video with the webcam on your Chromebook open CaptureCast in your browser then allow it to access your webcam and microphone. You can specify how high of a resolution you would like to use to capture your video. You can also choose your audio quality. If you have an external microphone connected to your Chromebook, make sure that you have it enabled before you start recording. When you have finished recording in CaptureCast you can save your video on your Chromebook or upload it to YouTube, to Vimeo, or to Google Drive.

imbus Screenshot is a tool for creating screencast videos on Chromebooks. It is easy to install, includes customizable countdown timer, and offers multiple ways to save and share your videos. Screencasts recorded with Nimbus Screenshot can be saved to your local drive or to an online Nimbus account. I chose to save to my local drive then upload to my YouTube channel. You could also save to your local drive then share to Google Drive or another online storage service.
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more on video editing in this IMS blog
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=video+editing

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Quality Videos Quickly

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http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/video-production-how-to-create-quality-videos-quickly-roberto-blake/

https://www.youtube.com/c/robertoblakepsd

Adobe Premiere Pro CC : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxkXrPzEGtI

Whether you’re using a smartphone or a DSLR camera, one thing Roberto recommends before recording is to check the environment. Look for and remove any distractions from the background. For example, if there’s noise from cars driving by you can change your location. If there’s a part of your office that needs to be cleaned, you can tidy up.

He also says you should think about the context of your background. For instance, when Roberto does personal vlogs as motivation for creatives and entrepreneurs who might be thinking about giving up, he uses his bookshelf as the backdrop. It’s appropriate because there is literally a collection of people behind him who put something out there and could have quit just as easily.

Roberto also notes you should consider audio, the lighting in the room, and take a photo of the shot, to check framing and composition, before you film. The photo gives you a way to make sure the video will be shot at the angle you want. Roberto shares that if he’s filming with his camera, he’ll use the remote or a timer to take a photo of him in the shot. With a smartphone, he says you can use a selfie stick, or tripod, or the timer feature.

Smartphone teleprompter apps include PromptSmart on iTunes and Teleprompter Pro on iTunes and Google Play.

Most of the smartphone apps are free or $5.

Adobe Premiere Clip, which is simple to use. All you need is a free Adobe account, which you can sign up for via email. It can upload video directly to YouTube and Facebook for you. It also has color grading filters, lets you loop background audio (they have a few tracks which are royalty free), mix down the audio, edit clips together, cut things out, and more.

Plus, if you have professional software, like Adobe Premiere Pro at home, you can do a rough cut of everything in Premiere Clip from your phone, and then save it to Creative Cloud, go back to your desktop, and then tweak and do all the advanced editing there.

If you have an iPhone, you have iMovie. There’s also FilmoraGo (iPhone and Android) and CyberLink Power Director, which is Android only.

Free video editing programs such as HitFilm 4, DaVinci Resolve, iMovie, and the Windows MovieMaker

Prisma, available on iOS and Android, takes your images, whether you take the photos in the app or import them, and applies artistic filters.

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more on video editing in this blog

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=video+editing

fun creativity and training videos

John Cleese, actor, comedian — and consultant on creativity in business? Yes!

Listen to the story: http://www.mprnews.org/listen?name=/minnesota/general/features/2016/02/12/cleese_20160212
http://www.mprnews.org/story/2016/02/12/john-cleese-business-creativity
He’s in the Twin Cities Friday to speak at a private event sponsored by the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas.
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How to Use the Free YouTube Video Editor

How to Use the Free YouTube Video Editor

http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Use-YouTube-Video-Editor

The YouTube Editor is not the most powerful editor you will ever use. However, it is free, and it includes all the basic editing tools you need to make a professional looking video. It is also an online tool, so you can use it anywhere you have an internet connection, and on any computer that you have access to.

My note: The author forgets to mention that the editor exists now also as an app for mobile devices, thus competing with other “free” mobile apps for video editing such as Splice, iMovie etc.
It can be a great addition to “spice up” videos posted on Instagram, Tweeter and other social media, besides YouTube.

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