Videos are a creative tool in our digital world. They can bring your organization’s message to life on social media, help make a statement in your presentations, supplement learning in an engaging way, and much more.
If you’re interested in creating videos but not sure where to start, LinkedIn Learning can help. The service, which is free to members of the Rutgers community, has courses that can teach you about the all-important video editing process, as well as some key tips for getting your footage:
Essential Training for video editing software
Understanding editing software is essential to creating any sort of video. LinkedIn Learning provides courses on many video editing applications that would be available to you, including Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and iMovie.
If you’re looking into Premiere Pro, note you can also obtain a discount to Adobe software through Rutgers.
This course can teach you the tools and techniques to get started creating videos. Learn more about the importance of storytelling through editing, as well as the planning process and other production elements that give you the full picture of what it takes to make a great video.
There are many ways to edit a video. This course can help you find the right elements for your project by giving you an overview on editing techniques like basic editing, continuity editing, complexity editing, and creative transitions.
Instructors have had to get creative when coming up with plans for creating lessons in our current remote learning environment. This course can help add another tool under their belt by exploring video production and element techniques related to teaching.
You don’t need state-of-the-art equipment and editing software to create quality videos. The iPhone in your pocket can do the trick. Learn more about preparing the iPhone for recording, using its different video features, and tools for editing once you have the footage.Tags: Adobe Creative Cloud, LinkedIn Learning