Podcast Reflection

My class has done a lot of podcasts. Podcasting is like another way to tell a story or information, podcasting is really fun but challenging my partner is Jason. We’ve done 2 podcasts together and are working on our 3rd. There are some different steps to making podcasts, I will give a brief run through of all the steps.

  1. Come up with a topic
  2. Come up with a script
  3. Start practicing
  4. Start recording
  5. Get editing
  6. Upload the episode to where all the class episodes are
  7. Repeat

Now you know about our podcasts

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Adobe Spark

Using Adobe Spark is fun because like wevideo it does similar things but it gives you template options. For example you can choose to do a poster or a video it has posters the size instagram has you post and the same with twitter and facebook. It’s also fun to use because I can choose  depending on the template I can choose a picture or video to put in my poster or video from my downloads or the free photos and videos on adobe spark. And it saves automatically! So I don’t have to take a minute to save it I know a minute is not a lot of time but a second is less time than a minute. You should try Adobe Spark some time soon to make your next video. (or click on this link)

https://spark.adobe.com  

Rube Goldberg Making The Video

Making the video was harder than it looked.  There were a lot of steps.  First, I had to get the photos and video clips off my phone and on to a computer.  It was tricky because they were large files – it took a long time.  Then I had to select the ones I was going to use in the final video and put them in the right order. I also wanted there to be a title slide and music to go with my video – that took more time too.  I ended using music that is available on iMovie.

One of the hardest parts was croping videos to make sure it looked and sounded good.  Adding the music was also hard.  Beacuse the timing had to be “on the dot”.  It took a bunch of tries to get it until I was happy with it.  In my video I used a combination of still photo, time lapse video and normal speed video to help make it interesting.

The video is 2 minutes and 36 seconds long. It shows me building the machine, couple of the my fails (NOT ALL) and then a successful run. In the end, I am happy with the final product because it met my expectations.