If you are interested in creating a multimedia project involving audio and video, there are a couple sites you may want to visit. Each of these sites has information on how to set-up, shoot and compose your photos, video and audio. Below you will find information about the two main video editing programs for Mac and PC (iMovie and Windows Live Movie Maker). You can click one of the links to the left to navigate to the application that you are interested in.
Vimeo Video School - http://vimeo.com/videoschool - This site is produced by Vimeo staffers and provides tutorials on how to shout and work with video. They have specific tutorials for working on a Mac or a PC.
Media College - http://www.mediacollege.com/ - This site features tutorials on photography, video, audio, lighting and more. Click on the links located in the upper right corner of the main page to find tutorials on various subjects.
CNN iReport - http://ireport.cnn.com/toolkit.jspa - This site provides tips for storytelling, taking photos, recording video and recording audio.
This is a professional level video editing tool available for both Macs and PCs. It is available in the Innovation Space and Learning Studio.
This is a professional level video editing tool available only for Macs. It is available in the Innovation Space and Learning Studio.
WeVideo is is an online video editing tool. It offers a fairly intuitive, yet powerful user interface. It seems to function best in the Firefox web browser.
Windows Live suite.
YouTube offers a free video editor that you may use with videos you have uploaded, or creative commons (CC) licensed videos. In order to use the editor you must have a YouTube account. To get to to the editor: