Upcoming Webinar December 12: Sowing Stories from Your Community - Video Pre-Production

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for storyboarding and sometimes scripts, to what kinds of equipment are. Before you push record on any video, there are some key steps you. should take to ensure your video will achieve the goals you set out for. Join us on Thursday, December 12 at 11 a.m. Pacific time (2 p.m. Eastern) to hear from our friends at Lights.Camera.Help as we walk through some of those. steps.

Tips for Taking a Tech-Fueled Approach to Nonprofit Training

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The course would walk learners through the ideal script for asking for donations over the phone and how to respond to various answers. One of her favorite things to do in the e-learning world is jump in with a client to write a storyboard that is creative and application-based.

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My Slides from the Screencasting Session and Please Vote.

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minute videos, map out the screencast before you actually film it, create a storyboard, write a script, use music. These are my powerpoint slides from the Screencasting Session at NTC. If you didn't write down the wiki, it's here and if you didn't get a hard copy of the Idealware article, it's here. My favorite quote about the session was from Jason Zannon at Democracy in Action: Beth Kanter delivers herself of a tour de force on screencasting.

Will this video editing software also do my laundry?

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No script. In terms of the home-movie approach to screencasting, as you can see I didn't spend a lot of time scripting, storyboarding, zooming, additing titles or arrows, etc. I'm in the process of preparing material for the Screencasting Session at NTC (BTW, I'm presenting with Ian Miller from C3 who is sponsoring the NTC Video Contest last call). After thinking about this for a while, I boiled it down to two metaphors.

Digital Storytelling: Expert Tips by J.D. Lasica

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Begin Writing Your Script (I like the permission to write a lousy first draft) 4. Create a Storyboard 6. I met J.D. Lasica at the 2006 Blogher Conference where I found out about his one his projects on ourmedia - the Personal Media Learning Center. - a "Democratic knowledge clearing house." " I subsequently joined the group of volunteers working on the project and am working on some how-tos myself, including a primer on screencasting.

Technorati Tag Bookmarklet: The Screencast

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Here's the script. Screencasting (and the software) has three functions: storyboarding, production, editing. will scan later) Also, I haven't fully mastered the editing features yet as I was just trying to get it from script to filming. Marshall has a great post about a technorati tag bookmarklet that can save you a lot of grunt work.

Build Your Storymaking Skills with Free Events and Webinars

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April 7, 2016: Preplanning Your Digital Story from Concept to Storyboard with filmmaker Liz Norton and digital media trainer Nife Adeyemi, who will talk about nailing down a solid video concept, give tips on scripting and storyboarding, and describe what you need to do before you pick up a camera. TechSoup's annual Storymakers campaign launches April 4.

Flickr As Presentation Tool: Screencast #2

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I created a storyboard with small scenes. I found that I don't like reading a script word for word, so what works for me is bullet points. View the Screencast here. As a follow up to last week's screencast on how to use flickr as a visual resource, here is a post about how to share your wonderfully visual powerpoints with others via your blog or flickr.

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

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If you're making a screencast, and you end up having a vertical monopoly on the process (you write the script, do the filming, operate the mouse, do the editing, and produce it), you need to become a super learner. I got enough information to put together an outline and rough storyboard So, I had the overall structure for the 15 minute screencast. Add Beth's Blog: Screencasts to your page. High bandwidth version on screencast.com Screencast Wiki.