I would much rather write a post about appies and where the best one’s are in the city(Birmingham’s) than about computer apps. However, since this is a class about technology computers apps will have to do.
I recently posted a video into my learning project category and if you have checked it out there is no audio in the video. I am not sure what happened after I tested everything to make sure audio and video were working but the audio doesn’t come through. I saw the YouTube video editor tool in the list and decided to try it. The main reason I decided to try it was to see if I could fix the audio from my learning project post, that has no audio in the video. I had no luck with being able to find out the audio issue or fix it but I did discover some neat things.
Since I spent most of my time trying to fix the audio to my video I didn’t have time to make a new video to showcase what the video editor can do. YouTube video editor is very simple to use which I like very much. You choose a video you want to edit and click on the icons to what you want to do. Each icon brings up a menu and you simply drag and drop. You can add transitions into your video, photos, music, you can even add prerecorded scenes that are in a menu. You can adjust the audio and even had word banners. I liked the word banner idea and want to play with it more the little bit of experimenting I did had the same words across the bottom for the entire video. I want to see if you can add other words to each frame.
This tool is simple enough that it would be a tool that most kids could easily work with and make more interesting presentations without, too much hassle or photo/video editing background. I think this tool could take oral presentations a step up. As a person who struggles with new programs, this one was struggle free.