YouTube - 300 hours of movie uploaded every minute.
App for uploading straight to YouTube.
Instant - start and stop, trimming from front and back then upload to YouTube. DONE.
Can upload a seried of 'straight cut' video.
E-mail video to YouTube:
Account settings. Cog in the YouTube settings. Given an e-mail address - sent straight to your account. You can change this e-mail address at the click of a button. Must be less than 25 MEG.
Change your defaults. Make sure all the things on your account don't get shared with the people that follow you. Creator Studio. Channel, unlisted - only able to see if you have the link. Disable comments on uploaded videos.
This is where all the tools are.
Lots of 'Free to use' music. Download these and drop them into the Google Drive - for all the ids to share.
A movie needs a narrative.
Where is it set?
Who are the characters?
What is the story?
There are four shots in a movie:
- where and when
- iconic CHCH shot, Burside School
- character and location
- waist to top of head
- talking place
- making out - move out of my face!
- intimace with the subject
- the knife that is going to stab you
You can see all the videos you ever made. You can drag and drop a series of clips in a montage. Add some music. Make a title and change colours. Add the transitions with the kissing triangles.
This is just like teaching kids to write a story. Teach them to use the same tolls in developing a narrative movie.
Get an establishing shot from Creative Commons.
Click on clip and remove audio. Trim up to find a good wide clip.
Long shot - Kiwi kid standing in front of a tree and a rock. No need for the Green Screen as your mind does it.
Insert a different shot between the character looking and changing their expression. A shot of mother and baby as opposed to girl in a bikini. The audience does all the work.
Scissors - split the clip. Add the different clip. Add back in the response.
Add the appropriate free music.
Fade between clips indicates a chnge between time or location.