Video Production Beginner's Guide


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Video Production Beginner's Guide

  1. 1. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning VIDEO PRODUCTION BEGINNER’S GUIDE Vanessa Skiadelli
  2. 2. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Workshop Summary This workshop will introduce you to the basic concepts of video production and teach you how to produce your own videos. It will focus on the use of the YouTube video Platform.
  3. 3. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Learning objectives • Get to know and use some of the more advanced features of YouTube. • Create your own video content. • Gain an understanding of the basic concepts of video production • Evaluate how useful it will be when applied to your own e- learning or other needs.
  4. 4. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning The use of video in HE • Use existing video • Provide students with supplementary material that can be presented in class or let students watch it on their own time • Video footage from conferences, events, etc • Interviews with subject experts • Use as a professional development tool • Create your own video • Capture lectures • Screencasts and narrated powerpoints • Create an introductory video for your course • Create a summary video of what will be / has been taught in class. • Create video to promote events
  5. 5. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Advantages of using video in HE • Give students access to supplementary teaching material and resources. • Video is portable and remotely accessible thus allowing for asynchronous viewing at the student’s convenience. • The use of video as pre-class material gives teachers the flexibility to use classroom time for collaboration and interactive activities. • Lecture captures: • Provide substitute lectures to students who were absent in class. • Students can review class information as many times as they want which helps they better understand teaching material. • Benefit disabled students, non-native speakers and students with learning difficulties.
  6. 6. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Examples • King’s College London YouTube Channel • Institute of Psychiatry Promotional video • Inaugural Lecture: Christopher Corrigan, Professor of Asthma &index=6 • Supplementary material: History of Philosophy series: • Introductory Video for course: King’s Awards • Other Universities’ YouTube Channels • MIT • Imperial College London • Oxford University
  7. 7. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Video services at KCL • ULCC video server which is not accessible by KCL end-users. • Must contact AV team to upload your videos • Echo360 system used only for lecture capture. • Contact AV team for more details. • Some schools have implemented their own services and solutions. • Ask school e-learning technologists. • King’s College London YouTube channel. • Contact Communications team if you want to upload your video there. • No college wide license for a video editing tool.
  8. 8. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Why YouTube? • Free • Friendly interface • Most popular video platform • Video recording and editing tools • Download your video locally
  9. 9. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning YouTube Features • Upload your videos • Establish your own channel of uploaded videos • Record and publish video online using a webcam and a mic • Edit and mix uploaded, recorded or Creative Commons videos • Create a photo slideshow • Broadcast live video
  10. 10. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Copyright Issues • Standard Youtube License For clarity, you retain all of your ownership rights in your Content. However, by submitting Content to YouTube, you hereby grant YouTube a worldwide, nonexclusive, royalty-free, sublicenseable and transferable license to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform the Content in connection with the Service and YouTube's (and its successors' and affiliates') business, including without limitation for promoting and redistributing part or all of the Service (and derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels. You also hereby grant each user of the Service a non-exclusive license to access your Content through the Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, display and perform such Content as permitted through the functionality of the Service and under these Terms of Service. The above licenses granted by you in video Content you submit to the Service terminate within a commercially reasonable time after you remove or delete your videos from the Service. You understand and agree, however, that YouTube may retain, but not display, distribute, or perform, server copies of your videos that have been removed or deleted. The above licenses granted by you in user comments you submit are perpetual and irrevocable. • Creative Commons License Attribution (CC BY) This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. This is the most accommodating of licenses offered. Recommended for maximum dissemination and use of licensed materials.
  11. 11. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Privacy Settings • Public videos Anyone can search and view the video. • Private videos • Can only be seen by you and the users you select. • The video won’t appear on your channel or search results. • You cannot embed the video into external web pages. • Unlisted videos • Only people who have the link to the video can view it. • The people you share the video with do not need to have a Google account. • Anyone who has access to the link, even if you didn’t share it with them, can see the video.
  12. 12. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Limitations • Limited privacy settings • Limited video editing features • Limited video length • By default, maximum length is 15 minutes. • Need to verify account with mobile to be able to upload longer videos.
  13. 13. Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning Workshop Activities • Record video online using a webcam and a mic. • Edit and mix recorded and creative commons videos. • Add images, titles, transitions and music. • Publish your videos online.