Digital stories are videos that combine audio, images, and videos clips to tell a story.
Digital stories can be used to:
Digital stories are typically three minutes long.
This tutorial has multiple modules to help work your way through the steps below, including
Scripting and storyboarding will help you plain out both the narrative and the visuals for your video, making the production phase more seamless.
It can be hard to hear people’s opinions about your work, but taking the time to get feedback can truly make a difference in the final product. As you are getting feedback, remember:
To help frame the feedback, and make it more helpful for your purpose, come up with specific questions:
You can also have more general questions:
Also feel free to give parameters to your reviewers:
Remember, getting feedback is to help you understand how someone else is experiencing your script and storyboard. It is opinion and you can take it or leave.
Depending on your script and storyboard, you may need to:
You may have done some of this work during your researching and storyboarding steps. In this step, you make decisions about what works best and if you need to find or create additional media.
Gather all your media together and bring it into whatever tool you use to edit video.
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