Multi-Media Video Production w/ Ms. Hunter [FALL2021]

Quick Info

Course: Multi-Media Video Production
Teacher: Ms. Hunter

Schedule(s): 1. US | Grades 7+ | 9/6-10/31, Fridays, 6:00pm CDT

Number of Live Sessions: 8
Price(s): 1. US | 320 USD

Teacher Profile

Ms. Hunter has worked as a graphic designer for 15 years and has taught graphic design and video production at Hickory Hills Middle school in Springfield, Missouri, and is currently teaching Digital Media at Verona R 7 in Verona Missouri. Ms. Hunter has received an Associates’s degree in Graphic Design from Ozarks Technical Community College a Bachelor of Science degree in Writing with a minor in communication from Drury University, and a Master of Art in Teaching English and Education from Missouri State University.

Ms. Hunter is an alumni of the Ozarks Writing Project and has been involved in the Springfield Writers guild, Sleuths Ink and the Ozark Romance Authors. Ms. Hunter’s students have gone on to college majoring in Graphic design and communication arts.

Software Needed

iMovie (free on Apple computers),
Flexclip (free) ,
or wevideo (free)
Additional software or websites:

This course will include

What to use for software and hardware when making videos.

How to import files

Where to find royalty-free (free) music for background tracks

How to work with clips in the timeline panel

How to trim clips in the timeline panel

How to build text and objects.

How to record narration in the audio mixer

How to apply and adjust video effects

How to apply and adjust video transitions

How to create standard image, movie and audio files.

Using YouTube Studio to manage a youtube account

How to create a youtube banner

Class Experience

Topics Covered: Camera shot positions, movement techniques, video editing, timing, and transitions, using music for mood, using a storyboard, Ken Burns effects, storytelling techniques.

Students will be introduced to digital videography by video examples, instructions, and demonstrations.

I will be there to interact and coach students on how to improve their work.

Week 1:
Camera angles- Shot composition and movement techniques. Students will make a video demonstrating all the different video camera angles. What to use for software and hardware when making videos. How to import files.

Week 2:
Create 7 video portraits using rule of thirds and text layered in the video. Where to find royalty-free (free) music for background tracks. How to work with clips in the timeline panel

Week 3:
Jazz video creation. (timing transitions to music.) Transition types and timing practice. How to apply and adjust video transitions

Week 4:
Video Story (Create a music video…your choice of appropriate class music) This video will tell a story with shots that go with the words of the music chosen. More transition practice and combining the right shots with the mood of the music.

Week 5:
Book Trailer Create a storyboard, write a script and add music to create a trailer for a book. Using the Ken Burns effect.

Week 6:
6 word 6 shot video: combining words and images using six different video positions and shots. Editing practice. How to create standard image, movie, and audio files.

Week 7:
Outliers Video Project. Students will create a short documentary, Gathering info, and being introduced to video journalism.

Week 8:
Film festival: we will view our mini-documentaries and give constructive suggestions for improvement. Learn about Youtube studio and managing a youtube account. This class may run over the hour.
This class is for any student who desires to learn how to create videos and learn strategies to make them more interesting and professional.

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