- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
Want to produce Oscar-winning videos?
Well, we can't quite promise that, but we can help you develop your own videos and video skills - producing something you can be proud of and something that can help the people of California.
So where are we in the series?
Part 3 is a self-learning step about Editing Video and Audio. Access and complete the editing tutorial here. This step builds on how you have planned your project with a storyboard or script (Part 1) and captured the video and audio (Part 2). Now, your next step is editing the project. This clinic gives you hands-on experience in both video and audio editing.
But what if I missed Parts 1 and 2?
No problem! The recording of the Part 2 webinar “How-to of How to videos” is available here.
And don't forget Part 1 – a self-learning opportunity where you prepare a rough draft video production storyboard.
- Start by reading this factsheet about creating a storyboard and script for a video production by Petr Kosina from UC IPM
- Then capture and organize your ideas for a video project you have in mind
Training resources for continued learning and to support your video projects
- Visit our website: ucanr.edu/sites/howtovideo
For more on the SIs and their activities, contact
Jim Farrar: Pests EIPD
David Lile: Natural Ecosystems SNE
David Lewis: Water
Deanne Meyer: Food Systems SFS
Lynn Schmitt McQuitty: Families and Communities HFC
Mark Bell: Vice Provost SIs & SWPs