This afternoon I shared a 60 minute breakout session on “iPad Green Screen Video Creation” at the 2015 Write Well, Sell Well Writers Conference in Oklahoma City. During the session, I demonstrated how to use the Green Screen app by Do Ink and created this silly “Shark Reseach” video. It’s about 90 seconds long, and uses images from the Morgue File as backgrounds. All the sample videos and resource links from the session are available on the Green Screen page of the Makers Studio section of my STEM curriculum site. That includes new YouTube playlists of example green screen videos and example “Interview Collage Quick Edit videos.”
I love creating whimsical “quick edit videos” like these! It’s a bit like digital improv. Fun and creative!
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