Audio cuts are very subtle yet really helpful for your story. An audio cut is when we hear the sound before the scene begins OR after it begins.
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Sounds, as we talked about already, is SUPER important to a film. In fact, it is often more important than the video.
In this class you will likely need and want to download video clips for special effects as well as music and other audio.
YouTube is a rich resource for this, but do you know how to do it? Let’s learn!
A clever and creative use of fast, slow, freeze and reverse adds to the power of your video story. It is fairly easy to use these tools and a lot harder to do so in a creative, interesting way!
Green/Blue screens let you put anything you want behind you when you are doing the filming. You can put a picture of a waterfall or a movie of a plane flying. Totally up to you!
Sometimes the music you add to your videos is TOO LOUD! You struggle to hear the people speaking.
There is a way to fix this. It is called ducking.
As part of any good movie, you need to include opening and closing credits.
Create a 30 second commercial about a product that you make up. Making it funny is welcome.
Create a short, three minutes or less, scary movie using the formula below. You may submit this to the International Silent Film Festival!