Ambassadors

Pros Helping Pros with Digital Storytelling Tips

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A few months ago we highlighted a number of new Professional Learning tools and opportunities designed to help educators enhance their digital storytelling capabilities when using WeVideo. This month, we turned to some of the WeVideo Ambassadors, among the most adept digital storytellers and facilitators we know, and asked them for their thoughts and tips on improving one’s skills and …

MotionTitle-Editor

Motion Titles–The Right Words for the Job

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It is easy to overlook just how many ingredients go into a great video. The most obvious, of course, are the elements we see–the video clips, photos and effects that are the foundation of video. Recently we devoted a blog post to improving the second element–the things you hear. Now we want to bring your attention to a third vital …

WeVideo-Champagne

Drinking the WeVideo Champagne

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Do you know who enjoys playing with new WeVideo features as much as you? We do! In fact, we set aside one late Friday afternoon, every month for a special event we call “Drinking our own champagne.” It is a highlight of the WeVideo calendar that is tremendous fun and a reflection of who we strive to be as a …

Smith First-Gen Out Loud Participants

Smith’s First Generation Students Find Voices Through Digital Storytelling

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Smith College in Northampton, MA is one of the leading higher education institutions for “first-gen” students — the first in their families to attend a four-year college. Nearly 18% of the student population identifies as “first-gen,” significantly more than many of Smith’s peer elite institutions, and the school is known as a place where these students thrive academically. Administrators are …

Motion Titles on iOS

Motion Titles Go Mobile on iOS

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WeVideo subscribers will find a powerful new feature in their pocket with the arrival of pro-quality motion titles and graphics for iOS. Now users can quickly add the eye-catching excitement of full-motion titles and graphics to their projects.  Motion Titles on iOS features 36 ready-to-use templates, each professionally designed by a leading Hollywood graphic arts agency, so getting started is …

Color Correction and Pre-Trim

New Feature Focus: Color Correction and Pre-Trim

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We’re always working to enhance WeVideo. Sometimes you see this reflected as new features. Other times we make changes to how you work with WeVideo in order to make things easier, faster, and more flexible. But why not do both? In this blog, we’ll take a look at two recent updates to the WeVideo app that we think you’ll put …

Halloween Motion Titles

Put Your Halloween in Motion!

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Halloween is almost here and that means it is time to get going on your scariest, spookiest, or just plain silliest videos of the year. Just in time, we’ve added a special bonus treat to your Motion Titles goody bag–Halloween themed motion titles! Available to premium subscribers from our Web apps and iOS devices, you’ll find all the flying bats, …

Halloween Promo

Tasty Halloween Treats from WeVideo

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Starting Friday, October 13th, WeVideo has the sweetest treats for your Halloween goody bag. Want to make a scary movie? How about a cool video invite for your party? Or maybe you want to share your Halloween spirit across social media? WeVideo’s new Halloween-themed motion titles and graphics are just the thing to take your terrifying fun to the next …

Professional-Development

Expanding Professional Learning Opportunities and Resources for Educators

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Digital storytelling with video presents educators with both opportunity and challenge. There is so much potential for projects and teaching methods that really grab students’ attention and get them excited for learning. But, of course, success relies on the ability of educators to confidently work with the technology. Most people aren’t video or even computer experts. That can make this …