Learn to make short, shareable news videos using iMovie
The Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Society for Professional Journalists is hosting a hands-on workshop for news professionals with zero experience in video editing. You’ll sit at a Mac and use iMovie to create a lively short snackable video like those on NowThis, ATTN: and other social media-driven news organizations.
Video clips, still photos, music and other assets will be provided. Some experience on a Mac would be helpful.
Video editing workshop that will teach you how to:
— Import video and still photos into iMovie
— Edit video clips and crop photos
— Place video and photos into a “timeline”
— Use transitions, including a dissolve, blur and spin-in
— Add the “Ken Burns Effect” panning and zooming into photos
— Make titles
— Put music in the background
— Store your video and get it onto Facebook or YouTube
By the end, you should be able to create your own video that looks something like this: https://bit.ly/2I3hZj6
The workshop will be led by Michael Fleeman, author and college journalism instructor.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
9 a.m. to noon
Cal State Northridge
18111 Nordhoff St.
Northridge, CA 91311
In a Mac computer lab on the west side of campus (exact location given when you RSVP)
Free for SPJ members; $10 for non-members. 4-hour parking pass available for purchase from a kiosk on campus for $6.
Michael Fleeman: email@example.com – Space is limited.
Purchase a four-hour parking pass ($4) from a kiosk on the ground floor of parking structure B3 or from a kiosk located between B1 and B2 near Etiwanda Ave. Park in B3, B2 or B1 and walk five minutes to the building.
Michael Fleeman, SPJ/LA
Navid Nonahal, SPJ/LA