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This handout is from the Texas Center for Community Journalism's Video on the Go workshop led by faculty member Aaron Chimbel.

This handout is from the Texas Center for Community Journalism's Video on the Go workshop led by faculty member Aaron Chimbel.

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  • 1. Aaron’s flip video tips• Settings are, well, set.• Get close for interviews. There is no external mic.• Steady the camera.• Move around.• But don’t zoom. Video will get very shaky!• Great for quick interviews.• Great for raw video.• Good for basic feature stories.• Good for reporter debriefs.• Good when you need to get something done fast.• Great for adding a diversity of content to your website.• Great for experimenting. Aaron’s basic video editing tips• You are telling a story visually. Have a beginning, middle and end.• Put clips in logical flow/sequences. You can’t magically get from one place to another.• Match the video to what you/your subjects are saying.• Shots shouldn’t be too short or too long. About 4 seconds is good.• Fine tune audio.• You can do your narration right into the editing program (if it’s quiet).
  • 2. • Use transitions sparingly and avoid black frames and jump cuts.