Saturday, March 4, 2017

YouTube Editor: Getting the Most From Your YouTube Channel

YouTube Tutorials Playlist: https://goo.gl/WPi6rg

We all love YouTube videos to enhance learning in our classrooms. There are some educators that are getting the most out of YouTube, and others who would like to get more out of it. This series of tutorials shows how you can take your channel development to the next level, whether it is for your classroom, school, or private use. You will learn to use YouTube editor in the same way as you would iMovie. (but with fewer options, meaning fewer distractions) Videos can also be shared with your students as they develop their use and understanding of social media, and in particular how YouTube works technically. Look below for links to free, self-paced lessons on everything YouTube.

Learn to create and edit videos; highlight specific elements of your video with Annotations; access copyright-free audio; add pop-up Cards and Annotations to direct people to your other videos.

The tutorials cover:

Basic Features Overview
Uploading, Visibility, Tagging, Descriptions & Sharing
Edit Multiple Uploaded Videos to Make One Video
The YouTube Audio Library
Add Cards to Your Videos
Add Enhancements for Aesthetic Appeal & Blurring
Add End Screens to Your Videos
Add Annotations to Your Videos

Each video has a description to help you quickly understand what you will be learning.

Connect with me at:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+NathanGildart/

You can also take free, self-paced YouTube lessons online, complete with PDF files and video introductions with advice from top YouTubers. Take a stroll through YouTube Creator Academy and YouTube Creator Hub (for the more serious YouTubers).
https://creatoracademy.youtube.com/page/education
https://www.youtube.com/yt/creators/support.html?noapp=1

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