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Get creative with your assignments by producing video content while learning new platforms and tools to diversify your skills! As a Library Technician, there are many opportunities to create instructional materials for your clientele or colleagues. Try out these resources for your video projects.
There are many different types of video footage - live action, screencasting, animation, images with narration, etc. Creating a video doesn't have to be difficult. You will need some basic equipment and free software to create your video:
Tripod, video camera
Lights, lapel mic (optional)
Screencasting software (optional) such as Loom (free for Seneca students) are great for instructional videos
Looking to make a great video? Whether you're working with animated videos or screencasts, this module will provide you with tips and free tools to create your next video with the Sandbox.
Create animated videos
There are many free animation tools you can use to create a short animated video. More and more tools are popping up. The important thing to do before creating an animated video is to create a script or storyboard so you are as organized and concise as possible.
The Seneca Sandbox is a digital media lab with locations at Newnham, King and Seneca @ York locations. It provides students, faculty and staff with instruction, equipment and assistance in creating a wide variety of digital media, both virtually and in person.