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Adjusting Tempo and Pitch in Garageband

By Ellie Parcells, Education Resource Center and Student Multimedia Design Center Recording your own music can prove to be a viable and creative option if you want to add unique intro tunes or…

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Tips & Tricks - How to Create and Utilize B-Roll

When watching a piece of media, you may notice background footage being played along with a voiceover, or a situational video clip that appears between scenes of a movie. This is called b-roll, and…

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Recording with Software Instruments in GarageBand

Text and video by Ellie Parcells, Education Resource Center and Student Multimedia Design Center Whether you’re an aspiring musician looking to create, a video editor in search of royalty-free…

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How to Set Up A Video Interview

Video interviews are becoming a popular way to showcase experts speaking about specific topics. Learn the main aspects of setting up a video interview to get the best result possible! This video…

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Adding Music to Podcasts in Audacity

Say you’ve started your own podcast using the program Audacity and would like to give it more pizzazz so it will stand out from the crowd. What can you do? Well, adding music is a great place…

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A Guide to Video Transitions Part 3- The Wipe

The connection or “transition” between the end of one video and the start of another is an aspect of video editing that is sometimes under-explored. There are three main types of video…

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A Guide to Video Transitions Part 2- The Dissolve

The connection or “transition” between the end of one video and the start of another is an aspect of video editing that is sometimes under-explored. There are three main types of video…

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A Guide to Video Transitions Part 1- The Hard Cut

The connection or “transition” between the end of one video and the start of another is an aspect of video editing that is sometimes under-explored. There are three main types of video…

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Creating an Overlay in Adobe Premiere

Are you looking to organize your videos into a clean and colorful presentation? An overlay can help you achieve those goals! In the last of this two-part series on video overlays, discover how to…

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Using A Video Camera As A Webcam

Do you feel that your webcam isn’t cutting it when it comes to quality for your online meetings over Zoom? Try using an HD video camera as a webcam! The video below explains how to connect an…

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Tips for Creating Standout Multimedia Projects

This video covers tips for working with audio and video to help you create a standout project! Topics covered include recording conditions, the basics of editing, using high resolution images,…

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Design Principles

This videos covers four principles of design: proximity, repetition, alignment and contrast. We show you how these principles work in action, so that you can apply them to your own graphic desing…

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Digital Storytelling

This video covers 5 stages of creating a digital story: Plan, Find, Record, Edit and Share. A digital story can be any multimedia project you are creating, including videos, podcasts, PSAs, websites…

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