School Video Production
With the low cost of equipment and low-cost (or free) software and hosting options, many schools are now getting into video production. Get started with these resources.
Here's an example created by Foothill High School in Pleasanton, Calif where they used a Vimeo channel to showcase their student's work. Your school can do something similar at low or no cost, creating your own web site or using a YouTube or Vimeo channel.
Video production on the cheap
In this entertaining video, Phillip Kerman illustrates the cheap and easy way to produce video content. A good starting point for any school video project.
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All the free downloadable mp3 music files on Royalty-Free-Music-Room.com is public domain music. Everyone is free to use these mp3 music files for personal, commercial and non-commercial use.
Ubuntu Studio is a version of Ubuntu Linux combined with a suite of the best open-source applications available for multimedia creation -- audio, video and graphics -- in a ready-to-go package. The entire package is completely free to use, modify and redistribute.
U.S. History helps students comprehend the wide range of video manipulation.
Check out the rest of this section for more ideas and tools. Then just "go do it"!
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