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short clips are great because:
– visually interesting
– rarely zooms and pans
– illusion of multiple cameras
– shorter lines
– script just off camera
“CollabraCam: Multicam Social Video Production” is great app for multiple-camera videos using iOS devices, but it wouldn’t work on the wifi network here at MiamiDevice
MY COMMENT: I USED COLLABRACAM BACK IN JANUARY 2012 AND LOVED THE IDEA BUT FOUND IT BUGGY AT THE TIME. HOPEFULLY IT WILL CONTINUE TO IMPROVE!
Splice app for iOS is so easy & free
– can bring together photos, videos, and transitions to combine
– less of a learning curve than iMovie
Technique: use black and white
– usually shows something old or bad
– we just saw this used in many campaign ads: “Can we trust so-and-so…”
Slow motion: makes it more dramatic
Documents 5 by Readdle will let us “open in another app”
– use it to open music (‘open in’) in iMovie
Phenomenon when people record videos: “fire hosing”
– instead of panning, stopping and doing another video: that is best
MY COMMENT: YEP, THIS IS IN WIKTIONARY:
Light tripod for mobile videography Tony likes and has:
transitions tell your audience the time and/or place of the video has changed, so use them sparingly
Action Movie FX app
– takes your video and does a green-screenish effects, Hollywood effects
MY COMMENT: I AM SO GETTING THIS FOR MY CLASSROOM iPAD CART FOR STUDENT VIDEOS!
Horizon – Horizontal HD Video Recorder (lock iOS device to avoid vertical videos)
Edited version of a YouTube video Tony partially shared during his session – I LOVE THIS!
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