Please continue blogging around your journey from rough to final cut and any challenges or successes you can share with the group.
I really enjoyed the journey of creating my first video from scratch. Now, I feel like I can use WeVideo to create other videos and perhaps teach 2nd grade students how to use this program.
One of the main challenges of creating the 90 second video was to be precise with the script and images because the video had to fit a certain time frame. I enjoyed working within the time frame because it made me use a lot of editing tools. Since this was my first WeVideo I ever created, all the editing tools were new tools that I was learning to use.
The main success was the video itself. It's not perfect nor will it win any 90 second video awards. However, it is original in it's design and I'm proud to have learned a new tech tool that I could apply to the creation of something. I enjoyed working with audio, graphics, images, and video to create a digital story.
The tech expert at my school uses WeVideo and IMovie, and knowing that a lot of people in my cohort are also using IMovie makes me want to learn how to use it as well. When the graduate program is over and I have more free time I would love to explore WeVideo in greater depth and learn how to use IMovie.
I look forward to the coming year and beyond to start creating professional videos for school and personal hobby. I've already thought of ideas such as creating a video for Back to School Night to show to the parents that would be informative and engaging with images and screencasts of their children starting the school year.