Critical Review Video Easy Edit in YouTube Editor

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Step-by-step process for making needed edits to Critical Review assignment videos for Art Appreciation.

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Critical Review Video Easy Edit in YouTube Editor

  1. 1. Critical Review Video Easy Edit in YouTube Editor
  2. 2. First, log in to YouTube and click on your profile image on the top right. Note: This process is for after you’ve already uploaded your video footage from the museum to YouTube.
  3. 3. Click on Video Manager
  4. 4. This is the Video Manager screen
  5. 5. Click on Creation Tools on left navigation bar.
  6. 6. Click on Video Editor on left navigation bar so your screen looks similar to this.
  7. 7. Change title of your project. It’s best to name it to reflect the assignment and artwork.* *Project title must be different than existing video on YouTube or the system will not process it.
  8. 8. Create a title slide by clicking on the a in the list.
  9. 9. Drag/drop “Centered title” slide to video channel.
  10. 10. Type title text in text box. Change font size to “small.” Drag right side of title slide to 4 seconds.
  11. 11. Video title should be Critical Review of (artist’s last name [in possessive form] artwork title, year of artwork) as in the example below. Don’t worry on video about not using italics for the title. Font formatting is applied to all text. Just be sure to correctly format in the transcript.
  12. 12. Click on this close x to return to other tools.
  13. 13. Now to add your video from the museum. Click on the movie camera icon. Your uploaded video(s) will show here. You drag/drop the video(s) you want to the video editing channel.
  14. 14. Then add your video from the museum. Videos added in order needed. (The “close x” clicked as before to return to this screen after each time.)
  15. 15. Now, to add credits. This is quite different from Windows Movie Maker.
  16. 16. We have to create title slides by clicking on the a in the tool list.
  17. 17. Add 5 Centered titles to the end of your video.
  18. 18. Click to choose needed slide. Type needed info into text box as shown. Use
  19. 19. Click to choose needed slide. Type needed info into text box as shown. Use
  20. 20. Click to choose needed slide. Type needed info into text box as shown. Use
  21. 21. Special note about works cited slides: Be sure to format correctly according to MLA standards. However, you will have to put line breaks in where needed so that the entire citation shows. There is no “text wrap” function as in word processing programs. Also, font formatting is applied to all text, so do not concern yourself with italics on video.
  22. 22. Special note about works cited slides: Be sure to format correctly according to MLA standards. However, you will have to put line breaks in where needed so that the entire citation shows. There is no “text wrap” function as in word processing programs. Also, font formatting is applied to all text, so do not concern yourself with italics on video.
  23. 23. Do not add any music. Viewers need to hear you clearly, not listen to music.
  24. 24. Publish your video.
  25. 25. It will take some time to process. Once it is finished, you can add captions through the edit function for the video through your Video Manager.
  26. 26. The following slides have videos for these processes—YT video editor and captioning. Both videos are good but note that there are some minor differences in layout or procedure as those videos are older than this presentation.

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