Blender has tools on the Preview Toolbar that make video editing simple. With them you can easily move, rotate, or scale objects on the canvas. This lets beginners create high-quality advertisements, public service announcements, or demonstrations. To start you need to open the Blender program. Next, from the File menu, select New. Then, click Video […]
Advice to integrate the Blender software into curriculum. Lessons plans for using Blender to produce a commercial. Video editing tips for kids.
Are you new to the Blender video editing window? Blender is an open-source software used to edit videos, animate objects, and create 3D models. It is free to download and install on Windows and macOS devices, making it ideal for schools interested in teaching video production. Video editing software is often taught to Film Studies
Attention middle and high school educators! TechnoKids’ most recent release is TechnoAd. This project teaches media literacy and video production skills with a fun, digital marketing challenge. Students critically examine commercials and the techniques used by advertisers. Then they apply this knowledge to plan, film, edit, and create their own video ads to promote a
Blender Tip #2: Picture In Picture I have been having fun as a beginner learning about Blender‘s video editor. But I’ve also come across some nifty techniques that will be sure to make your videos capture the viewers’ attention. Best of all, they are easy to do! In my first post about Blender, Video Editing
Blender Tip #1: View Thumbnails Here’s an easy way to simplify video editing in Blender. It will help you to see your video shots clearly and identify changes that you want to make. The trick is to turn those solid bars of video into actual thumbnails of the frames! In my previous post, I encouraged
Blender: An Online Alternative to Windows Movie Maker Teachers and students in all grades loved Windows Movie Maker as the ideal fun video editing program for middle school students. Pre-installed on Windows devices, it had fun special effects, was easy to learn, and importantly for schools, it was free. But Movie Maker was discontinued, and