Basics of Video and Audio Production webinar with Matthew Pierce
Now that you want video, how do you get it and edit it?
Video editing can be challenging and overwhelming if you haven't worked with it before. There are multiple pieces to consider, but once the basics are learned, it opens up opportunities to do more, and work with increasingly complex projects. In the world of talent development and instruction, we don't always know how to edit video, it's not necessarily a pre-requisite skill.
This session is an introductory survey of video editing for instructional purposes. Attendees will learn about basic editing techniques, terms, and concepts that will lay a foundation for greater effectiveness when they are asked to create a video project. Since there are lots of ways to edit video, and lots of different tools, we will focus on just editing on the desktop and use a video editor that is widely available. This will allow us to focus on the concepts of editing.
This 90-minute webinar will:
Expose you to several different types of video, audio, text, and other assets needed to create a video.
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 5:00 pm -6:30pm
Location: online via your computer - log in information will be sent after registration (usually 1 day before event begins)
Free to All Access Members
Free to NRC Members and Colorado ATD Chapter Members
About our Speaker:
Matthew Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador for TechSmith Corporation, is an advocate for using video for learning, marketing, and communicating. Throughout Matthew's career he has managed training, instructional design, support, public relations, social media, and video teams at TechSmith. He has also been an instructional designer. Matt regularly contributes to several online publications in the US and UK. He has an MS in instructional technology from Indiana University.
So, think of some great questions, bring a current issue with a project, and take this opportunity to learn new things or upskill.