Finishing and sharing in wevideo
WeVideo has storyboards for students to work with that are distinguished based on their experience with video editing. Students may begin in Storyboard mode and progress to Timeline mode as they gain experience with more layers of video, narration, and audio.
Let’s say you took your students on a field trip to the Science Museum and asked them to make a WeVideo movie to share what they learned.
Ensure that someone on the field trip takes several photos of the students and all of their activities.
When you return to class, move all of your photos from your phone or camera to your desktop computer.
3. Share the Folder – Hover your mouse over the folder until you see a tiny drop down arrow to the right of the folder name.
Click on Share, then Share once more.
Distribute the folder to all of the students in the class.
I’d like to see some video self-reflection from students.
Students can go to WeVideo and select the media/video option to record directly from WebCam into their WeVideo project.
Authentic self-reflection or self-assessment, all caught on camera!
The Record/Upload Media button in the Rich Content Editor is the simplest and fastest way to record a video. Users may use this button to record audio/video using their camera or microphone. When the recording is complete, the video will automatically embed on the website. You’ll see the picture below at first, but after a few minutes, the video will appear for any student in the course. Teachers can use this tool to create fast, easy videos for their students. This is perfect for making short announcements, providing input, and describing procedures. Teachers may want more resources at their disposal for larger lectures.
Youtube can be a powerful tool in your classroom if your district has it enabled. The first step is to create a Youtube channel; to do so, click in the top right corner where your profile picture is, and if you have one, it will say “Your Channel.” You can build a channel from here if you don’t already have one. You can start uploading videos to Youtube once you’ve created a channel. To upload a video, press the camera button and then pick “Upload Video.” This will take you to a new page with an arrow pointing up. You can either drag a video to this spot or press “Select Files” to begin uploading your video. There are a few settings that you should be aware of as a teacher: Adobe provides a wide variety of video editing tools. Adobe Spark is their entry-level tool. Spark helps users to easily and stylishly build animations, images, and websites. A walkthrough on how to use Spark can be found above. If you’re a more experienced user, Adobe Premier Pro and After Effects are two choices. These options will take longer to master, but they will have the most accurate performance. A video walkthrough for Adobe Spark can be found above.
Wevideo: 7 – exporting your video for sharing
There is a free version and a version with an educational license. We suggest using the free version to explore the tool’s potential to see if it’s what you need. This license enables the teacher to create a virtual classroom in which students can interact and the teacher can provide help.
The ‘Educational license’ annual subscription includes: 1 hour of publishing time per user, 10GB of storage per user, 50 user licenses, and all advanced features. The annual cost of this ‘Educational license’ is $399.
WeVideo helps students and teachers to collaborate on the same video project, making adjustments, getting input, and explaining their visual thinking all while keeping the students’ details private.
The ‘story-board mode’ and the ‘timeline mode’ are two video editing modes available on the app. Both choices are thoroughly explained in video tutorials on the website to assist students in selecting the best choice. Students may make innovative decisions based on their comprehension and mastery of concepts. They can begin with the simple Storyboard editor and progress to the more advanced Timeline editor with the aid of video tutorials.
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Timeline: A full-featured, more conventional editing interface. You’ll feel right at home with the Timeline mode if you’ve used Windows Movie Maker or iMovie before. The Timeline mode is the only way to get some of the more advanced functionality, such as picture in picture and multiple audio tracks. Use the Timeline mode if you want to make a more complicated video (click thumbnail to enlarge).
WeVideo is a robust online video editor with all of the tools you’d need to create a visually stunning film. Voiceovers, transitions, picture-in-picture, names, and much more are all available! The links below will answer all of your how-to questions, from basic to advanced, from trimming a clip to chroma keying a greenscreen out.