Hands-On Video Editing (Zoom Workshop)
Have you ever shot an amazing video with your phone and don’t know what to do with it? Interested in how you might use video editing in your teaching, research, or other creative activities? How might videos help you better prepare for our new remote experience?
Join Digital Scholarship Librarian Joshua Tuthill via Zoom (Link) for a practical introduction to the tools and workflows that will help you get started. In this session, we will go through the basic workflow of working with video, adding transitions, still images, and exporting for streaming on the web. Everyone is welcome! No experience required—everyone is welcome!
Registration is required.
This Zoom session will be recorded and may be made public at a later date. You can communicate your questions via chat if you do not wish to be part of the recording, and there will be a brief Q&A period at the end that will not be recorded.
You will be asked to do a short registration when you log in to the call. This information helps us better tailor future events. All but the name field is not required.
This workshop will be utilizing the OpenShot Video editor. It is an open-source editing package and can be downloaded here: www.openshot.org/. If you are working with macOS or have trouble installing OpenShot feel free to use iMovie—there are minor differences between the programs but are similar enough to follow along.
For more digital scholarship programming from the University Library, please visit the DSC events page.
Friday, May 15 at 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Online via Zoom