Welcome to our latest short video ‘Pauatahanui Inlet’. It is an experiment as it has been created in our new Screenflow software. If you can’t see the video click here.
This estuary is a short drive from where we live and the walk is a popular one that has been strengthened and rebuilt over the past few years.
If you can’t say Pauatahanui Inlet try this Paua – taha – nui.
Give it a try.
How are we getting on with our video studies?
The reason we stress practising video editing but do not go into detail is because every software had differences. The approach and the execution within each package has enough differences to make detailed tuition a challenge.
Here’s an example of video editing differences
When you edit in iMovie you insert transitions such as a cross dissolve between clips. You can extend the timing of a transition without touching the clips directly. In Screenflow clips are overlapped. To select a transition you right click to select one of the many choices. If you move a clip you change the length of the transition, and it has a knock on effect on the rest of your movie.
There are a series of effects I am learning that you will see over the coming months as I work on our ‘Smartphone Movies for the Terrified’ course. I will be able to Zoom, add dynamic Lower Thirds and flip and switch between vide clips! WooHoo Wait until you see the next video.
- Right now I am working through a course from Udemy which is giving me a lot of insights and if I get stuck I just rewind. Don’t you just love a video course.
Our lesson to share here?
We are all lifelong learners. No matter how expert we are in some areas we still have much we can do to build our blog readership, or show off a special event.
We hope you enjoyed our New Zealand video. Now what are you going to make your next video about for your blog or rescue?
The Dash Kitten Crew