Creating videos is one of my favorite classroom activities for students. A well-planned video project can be used to have students sharpen their research, writing, and revising skills while developing video production skills. Below you will find a collection of tips and resources for learning to become a better video editor. If you're looking for a mobile video creation tool, take a look at this comparison chart.
In the video below WeVideo offers three key tips for shooting better videos.
The Vimeo Video School offers more than five dozen videos about creating better videos. Two of their videos are embedded below.
Quick Focusing Tips from Vimeo Video School on Vimeo.
Zoom vs. Moving Camera from Vimeo Video School on Vimeo.
Stillmotion is a video production company based in Oregon. They offer a series of videos all about how to tell stories through video. The series takes you through the planning, shooting, and editing of a video. The series isn't a how-to on the technical side of production as it is a how-to plan and think about the process of producing a great video. The first video in the series is embedded below. Below the video I've linked to the other videos and text outlines in the series.
Storytelling The Stillmotion Way: Part 1 from stillmotion on Vimeo.