Video for teaching and learning: editing

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This is a Designing for learning with technology workshop presented by Learning Environments open to University of Melbourne staff only.

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Video editing is an art, and editors spend a lifetime in pursuit of a perfect edit. But you can apply some of the tricks of the trade to your own video productions. In this short session, we will show you how to perform the most common editing functions using a range of accessible software options. We will cover basic ‘top and tail’ trim functions in the cloud using Kaltura and Echo, how to clean up an audio recording using Openshot, how to assemble and export a narrated slideshow using Openshot, and how to edit a multi-track video using Adobe Rush.

Topics in this session include:

  • The video production workflow
  • Pros and cons of all-in-one software
  • Topping and tailing videos
  • Chunking and chaptering
  • Editing out mistakes
  • Exporting and uploading

If this workshop is full, you can submit a waitlist request here.

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Please note: This session is open to University of Melbourne staff only

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