Each year, thanks to the generosity of artist Marion Cilker, San Jose State University and the Santa Clara County Office of Education host two days of inspiration for both pre-service and in-service arts educators. KQED will be there to present a workshop about KQED Art School, and other presenters include SFMOMA, AXIS Dance, and TheaterWorks of Silicon Valley.
Tag: video editing
Dirpy Studio is a free web-based tool that allows you to save online streaming videos as offline files. Before diving into the use of this tool, it’s important to consider some of the ethical and legal issues surrounding this tools and others like it. It is not the intention of this post to encourage or condone any illegal or unethical activities.
Popcorn Maker is a free online tool for creating enhanced web-based video experiences. It is part of the ‘Webmaker’ set of tools from Mozilla that are designed to help everyone be able to make dynamic work on the web. Popcorn Maker allows you to do simple edits, remixes and mashups of online videos, and to enhance them with images, text, popups, links and info from Wikipedia and Google Maps. You can even incorporate 3D models, all in a layout that you determine and in sync with the video you choose.
The following videos are a 9 part series on how to use iMovie for iPad. iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which that is compatible with Mac computers, tablets, and mobile devices. The videos in this series explain how to use iMovie for iOS devices which include iPod Touches, recent versions of iPhone, and iPads.
KQED Arts Ed will be presenting once again at the Alameda County Office of Education’s annual Integrated Summer Institute. The three-day institute is packed with dynamic mini-courses, speakers and performers. Coming up on August 13-15, KQED is partnering with SFMOMA’s Education department to lead a digital storytelling workshop.
Most students entering the workforce will be expected to have media production skills. From Facebook to YouTube, most industries will require job applicants to have at least some basic skill set with online multimedia platforms. In social studies, English language arts, and journalism classrooms, simple media production activities are a dynamic way for students to become fluent in these technical 21st Century skills, while representing their work through creative, innovative projects.
The following videos are a 9 part series on how to use Windows Live Movie Maker. Live Movie Maker is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Windows operating system users to edit their own videos. This version of Movie Maker is compatible with Windows 7 or more recent operating systems. It is not compatible with earlier versions of Windows OS like Windows XP.
Remixing video has become a popular cultural movement. We see it all over the internet where people re-purpose video to convey an alternative message. The Mister Rogers remix entitled Garden of Your Mind, produced by PBS Digital Studios takes hundreds of clips from dozens of episodes to create an inspirational song about learning. The audio […]
KQED Arts Education and a group of local educators just completed our second annual “Digital Portraits” course for educators. Last year, we studied California artist Robert Arneson‘s approach portraiture and created short, autobiographical films (Check out last year’s assignment and two of the films in the Edspace archive). This summer, the artist we looked to […]
The following videos are a 9 part series on how to use Windows Movie Maker. Movie Maker is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Windows operating system users to edit their own videos. There are nine videos in this series although you can only see one player. The single player hosts all nine […]
The following videos are a 9 part series on how to use iMovie ’11. iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Mac, iPod Touch 4th generation, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and iPad 2 users to edit their own videos. There are nine videos in this series although you can only see one […]