LOD Support Webinars - Shared screen with speaker view
So is he wearing a lav? I don’t even see it!
learned that lesson the hard way
what windows do you recommend starting with?
Nice point though as a presenter and accessibility wise - think of adjusting mouse size, etc.
Can you unlink, adjust either the audio or video, then re-link? Like if you wanted the audio to continue without the video…
Maybe you’ll cover this later… but If you layer an image over top a video that is linked with audio, will you still hear the audio, or is that also ‘buried’ underneath the other video?
I noticed the photo you have inserted is a screenshot- does this mean screenshots off our computers are of appropriate resolution for video?
Can you remind us why there are two audio files? Or am I seeing that wrong?
Ahh, I see. Thank you.
Good question Wendy!
Thanks, Ashley :)
Can you speed up parts of the video ? And adding /moving around text in part of the video/picture? You may cover that later on.
Shannon - yes, you can slow down or speed up individual clips. You can also add text and title cards and move those around to where you need them.
There is a 4-H specific intro as well!
Find the templates there ^^
Can you show us how to do the split screen (like what Danae did with the ‘recipe card’ in the Rush video this morning)? Please :)
When you mark in and out does it crop that footage in the library as well
Great. And then you just select a different clip if you want to adjust the other screen?
Audionautix*Bensound*Incompetech**Requires author attribution
Not free (but really awesome resource that I’ve used): https://audiojungle.net
Other resources for music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music?nv=1
Is audio jungle a subscription service for music files or a pay per track
Can you change to export as .mov or mp file?
And one more sound library resource: www.facebook.com/sound/collection
If you are doing a bunch of videos and want to finish them and then walk away for the export - media encoder can be great
And for audio jungle, do you still have to attribute the author in an end credit slide?
Ok, thanks. But can these only be used for no-cost videos?
It depends on subscription, Wendy.
thank you very much!
For some, it’s okay to use elements commercially.
Thank you Danae and Rachel for the trainings this week!
have a great weekend
Super helpful! Thank you all!