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Multimedia Resources: Videos

Sources for video, images, and audio; tips and tools for creating and editing media; and information on citing media sources.

Video Production Documents

Treatment Plan for Student Video Projects
A treatment plan will help you formulate your ideas and define your project. 

Estimate Script Length for Audio Voiceover
Here’s how to estimate how long the voiceover will be, based on the number of words in your script.

Video sources on the web

Archive.org
Access to the Internet Archive's Collections provided at no cost for scholarship and research purposes only.

Moving Image Archive
This library contaiin ephemeral films, documentaries, educational films, industrial films, home movies, new reels, advertisements and more. Here you will also find the Prelinger Archives

Coverr
A great collection of FREE stock footage. TIP: After performing a search be sure to scroll down the page past the 'Shutterstock' suggestions and click on "Load More" button for more FREE footage from Coverr. 

Videvo
This is an extensive and evergrowing library of stock media content which includes over 15,000 free stock footage and motion graphics clips.

YouTube
The largest video sharing website, where users can upload and share videos.

Vimeo
Another video sharing website but more on the artistic side and usually better quality.

Daily Motion
Debuted in Paris during the same time YouTube hit the online world, Dailymotion has become one of France's 10 most popular websites. DailyMotion is yet another website dedicated to sharing videos.

Metacafe
One of the world's largest video sites, specializing in short-form original content - from new, emerging talents and established Hollywood heavyweights alike.

Acquiring Online Video

ClipGrab for MAC  Or  ClipGrab for WINDOWS 
ClipGrab is a free video editor that functions independently from your browser giving you the ability to download media files.

YouTube Downloader Tool for most browsers
Once installed, a small drop down box will appear under the YouTube video you would like to save. Click on it to download the video file in a variety of formats, such as MP4, FLV, 3GP, MP4, 1080HD and more.

Using iSkySoft to Download Clips

Use iSkySoft to download videos from popular sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and various new sources. Some restriction apply. 

Ira Glass on the Creative Process

Shooting Video - Tips, Tricks and Techniques!

How to Shoot Great Video with Your Smartphone

There are lots of little things you can do to shoot great video with your smartphone. Here is a starter guide to help make sure you're capturing the best footage.

 

 

 


 

Shot Composition - Part I

 

Shot Composition - Part II

 

Vertical Video Syndrome

 

Conduct and Shoot an Interview (website)

Jones Media Center Resources

LinkedIn Learning
Thousands of video tutorials on a wide range of software programs. Remote access is available for all Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff.

Quick Reference Tutorials
Instructions for scanning and editing photos and images

Borrow Photo Equipment
Digital cameras, tripods, and accessories

Scan Slides and Documents
Scanners are available at our editing stations

iMovie 2013 Video Tutorial


 iMovie 2013 video tutoirals

Apple Support iMovie 2013 

https://www.apple.com/support/mac-apps/imovie/

 

 

Media Learning Technologist

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Susan Simon
Contact:
6025 Jones Media Center

Baker-Berry Library

Phone: 603-646-0629