Many people get their information today through an array of social media. Video is one of the best methods of showing what’s happening in the field and particularly in your county. Using your own smartphone, you can produce a good quality instructional video.
This short training series helps KSRE agents learn the basics in producing your own educational videos.
The first two sessions will be held online followed by a hands-on workshop.
April 1: Online webinar (9am)
– overview of making an instructional video, creating a storyboard and writing a script, and what equipment to use for recording video and audio.
*Link to the April 1 webinar.*
April 15: Online webinar (9am) – simple tips in shooting better videos, overview of video editing, how to upload to YouTube.
April 17: Hands-on workshop (9am to 4pm) – Hodgeman County (Jetmore, KS) morning - shooting video, recording audio, shooting b-roll. Afternoon - editing your program and uploading to YouTube.
April 24: Hands-on workshop (9am to 4pm) – KSU (Manhattan, KS) morning - shooting video, recording audio, shooting b-roll. Afternoon - editing your program and uploading to YouTube.
The online classes are open to anyone. They are offered live and recorded in case you miss them.
For the hands-on workshop, please register with Gerry Snyder