Adobe Premiere Elements 15 vs. Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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Both Premiere Elements and Premiere Pro CC allow you to sequence clips, add audio (like narration and natural sound), include transitions, manipulate color, and add titles. Storyboard, Timeline. Storyboard, Timeline. Audio import format support.

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Adobe Premiere Elements 13 vs. Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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Both Premiere Elements and Premiere Pro CC allow you to sequence clips, add audio (like narration and natural sound), include transitions, manipulate color, and add titles. Storyboard, Timeline. Storyboard, Timeline. Audio import format support.

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Adobe Premiere Elements 14 vs. Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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Both Premiere Elements and Premiere Pro CC allow you to sequence clips, add audio (like narration and natural sound), include transitions, manipulate color, and add titles. Storyboard, Timeline. Storyboard, Timeline. Audio import format support.

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5 Tips to Effectively Tell your Story with Video

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Start with drawing up a simple storyboard. Your storyboard can help you come up with a list of scenes, camera shots, and props you will need. Video production tools have a lot to offer in terms of animations, transitions, audio settings and much more. Feel confident being able to effect change in your organization with video. These 5 tips from Atomic Training can help you get on your way to producing effective videos.

In Search of Bachelors and Philanthropy in Rural Alaska and Video Story Capture Tips

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If the latter, I have a storyboard in my head and edit as I go. Shoot close to your subject so the audio doesn’t suck especially when using a camera with built-in mic. The Story.

Technorati Tag Bookmarklet: The Screencast

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Screencasting (and the software) has three functions: storyboarding, production, editing. Unfortunately, the software was a little too much of a pig for my middle-aged computer, so there are some places where the over hiccups (if I'm not saying um) and it goes out of synch with the movie (more an editing problem on my part as you can edit the storyboard with the audio and there places where I deleted the audio and re-recorded it and it didn't synch right.)

NTEN and SalesForce Screencast: Learnings About the Interview/Documentary Approach

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So that left me with a few hours of video and audio to edit and that's too much to do in Camtasia. Because the screencast is conversational, the screen doesn't have to exactly synch the audio. I got enough information to put together an outline and rough storyboard So, I had the overall structure for the 15 minute screencast. I was careful to name the audio and screencapture files the same so I could easily match them up in Camtasia.

Flickr As Presentation Tool: Screencast #2

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I originaly produced this at 800x600 as a SWF with highest quality audio/video and the resulting file was a whooping 72,000 KB. I rendered ten different versions (6 in SWF with different audio sampling and video frame rates and sizes) and 2 in Quicktime and 2 in WMF.) In the end, I decided to produce as a SWF at 640x480 size with second to highest audio/video quality. I created a storyboard with small scenes. View the Screencast here.