- CREATE a PowerPoint that explains how you made your movie with screen captures and links to your clips.
- PLAN: Develop an aesthetic title slide and introduction slide to your PowerPoint. For your introduction slide, be sure to include a thorough summary of all of your engagement objectives in your own words.
- ENGAGE: Open MovieStudio Platinum Plus from your quick access menu. Find the Stock Footage Videos folder by opening Media Library > Videos > Video Stock Footage. Preview several videos and drag them down into video track in the work space. Get a good idea of what types of videos are available.
- EXPLORE: Create 4 short videos (listed below) using the Stock Footage Videos to show case editing skills.
- Video 1 Use the Media Generators tab to add a title and a credit roll. Also, cross fade clips together by sliding them over each other. Render the Video into your Learners Folder. Choose File Type: Memory Stick SD NTSC 3128
- Video 2 Using the Explorer tab fins the Sound folder on the Media Library. Demonstrate the use of several different audio clips (sound effects, music, etc.). MAKE SURE TO SAVE AS, AND THEN CHECK THE BOX THAT SAYS SAVE ALL MEDIA WITH FILE. Render the Video into your Learners Folder.
- Video 3 show that you experimented with some of the Video FX as well as splitting and recombining sections of video. Render the Video into your Learners Folder.
- Video 4 Combine all of the skills that you learned in videos 1-3 to create a 4th video that showcases ALL of the skills. Render the Video into your Learners Folder.
- RESEARCH: Describe video editing and its history. What education is needed to become a video editor? What education pathways does our school district and university provide if students are interested in video editing?
- ELABORATE: How is video editing used in science, math, engineering and art?
- EXTEND YOURSELF: Video 5 create a 2 minute advertisement, public service announcement, or informational video that showcases the editing skills learned in this engagement. Make sure your final video is at least 2 minutes long and includes at least three camera angles, title and credits and demonstration of several other skills you developed in your experimental clips. Render the Video into your Learners Folder.
- FOUR C'S: In four bullet points explain your strengths and challenges within the 4 C's (21st Century Skills): Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking throughout the process of this engagement.
- CONCLUSION: What have you learned throughout the process of this engagement? What helpful advice would you give people who are doing this engagement?