Make your teacher cry this Teacher Appreciation Week, with a “Video Thank You Note”

Emily Tsay for Life, for Schools, Schools (K-12) Leave a Comment

It’s teacher appreciation week. Whether you’re a parent, principal, or student reading this, there’s a lot of great ideas out there that you can do to add to the festivities of this week: decorate your teachers’ doors, bring them flowers, put chocolate in all your teachers’ mailboxes. I’m happy crying from all the thoughtfulness of my students As a teacher, …

Student finds voice through digital storytelling

Authenticity powers remarkable student digital story

Rebecca Young for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12) Leave a Comment

First-year BFA Film student Sara Hernandez Vallejo created this moving video as part of her first film class at the University of Central Florida’s School of Visual Arts & Design. As a full-time associate instructor and Graduate Scholar in the film production program at the University of Central Florida’s School of Visual Arts & Design, Orlando, Lisa Peterson has the …

Reach your business goals with square video

Shape Matters: Create, publish and share square video with all WeVideo individual & business subscription plans

Rebecca Young for Life, for Work, Media, News & Features, Nonprofit, Real Estate Leave a Comment

Video dominates our social feeds these days. Facebook users alone watch 100 million hours of video per day. But while we love video, both for personal sharing and business engagement, not all video is created equal. Quality and content (and of course, cute cats) matter, but did you know that the shape of your videos matters, too? Facebook recommends square …

Share some love with video

Six ways to share the love with video this Valentine’s Day

Rebecca Young for Life, for Schools, for Work, News & Features Leave a Comment

Whether you’re looking to send Valentines to friends and family, create a memorable gift for that special someone, or up your business’ holiday marketing game, video is the way to go. Facebook users alone watch over 100 million hours of video every day.  In other words, the way to your sweetheart’s—and your customer’s—heart is through video. But even the most …

Season's Greetings

Winter Is Here and so Are New Holiday Season Motion Titles

Andrew Baum for Life, for Schools, for Work, News & Features Leave a Comment

The sights and sounds of winter provide the perfect backdrop for some of the year’s most fun, memorable, and meaningful videos. WeVideo wants to help you express everything the season has to offer, so we have created a special winter holiday seasonal motion titles theme pack full of professionally designed, ready-to-use graphics templates. You’ll find snowflakes, trees, candles, stars and …

Unforgettable

Audrey Xu for Life, for Schools, Schools (K-12) Leave a Comment

My name is Audrey Xu. I’m 16 years old and I go to Havergal College in Toronto, Canada. In March 2016, a last-minute trip to Tanzania came up after our partner boys’ school, Crescent School, needed a couple more students to join them. Now, I knew at the beginning of the year that I wanted to go on an excursion …

Massive iOS app update!

Lise Framstad for Life, for Schools, for Work, News & Features Leave a Comment

We just had a big iOS app update pushed out into the wild. It contains a significant number of new features: Automatically create awesome slideshows with pan-and-zoom animations Advanced Ken Burns effect editing Freely position your overlay text anywhere in your clip Design your caption text with many fonts and colors Make your videos come alive with our brand new royalty-free music library Fine tune your experience with the new Settings screen  …

Voice over video: part 2

Diana Madrigal for Life, for Schools, for Work Leave a Comment

This is the second installment in our voiceover series. Part 1 covers how to choose the proper gear and location. Now that you’ve found the right recording space, it’s time to set up your gear and get ready to record. Grab your computer, headphones, mic, script, and a glass of water (or two). Technical setup Plug in your mic and …

Voice over video: part 1

Diana Madrigal for Life, for Schools, for Work Leave a Comment

While you’re planning your next video project, nailing the message and visuals is important—but have you considered adding your voice? All videos are created to share a message. Your own narration can help that message stand out. Why should I add a voiceover to my video? It serves as a foundation for the visuals. It can help clarify what is …

trick treat halloween

3 Reasons To Make A Halloween Video With Your Kids

Lauren Colman for Life Leave a Comment

With Halloween rapidly approaching, your bookmarks and Pinterest boards are probably bursting at the seams with cute crafts, spooky snacks, and clever costumes to get your kids involved in the holiday. As much as you’d love some well-posed and beautifully lit photos to remember all of your hard DIYing by, it can be difficult to get kids to stay still …